Grenoble INP was born in the Alpine environment. It was officially founded in 1900 with the creation of the Electrical Engineering Institute. Industrial pioneers of a century ago found that after mastering hydraulic power and creating the initial industrial applications, they had also created a need for well-trained engineers. The first of its type in France, Grenoble INP became polytechnical and grew continuously in scale, becoming the National Polytechnical Institute (INPG) in 1971 with Louis Neel, Nobel Laureate in Physics as its first President. Most of Grenoble INP is located in Grenoble.
Tour- de- peilz, Switzerland
The story of the American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland began in 1963, with the creation of the American College of Switzerland. AGSB moved from its initial location at the Hotel Excelsior in Montreux in 1991 to La Tour-de-Peilz and finally to its present-day larger campus. In 2019, the school changed its name from the American Graduate School of Business to the American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland.
Excelia is a French private university-level institution of higher education. Created in 1988 as Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle, it is a non-profit organization and has been a permanent member of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles since 2005. In September 2016, Excelia acquired a majority share of the ESCEM Business School in Tours and Orléans which was then fully integrated into Excelia. In 2022, the Financial Times ranked its Masters in Management program 36th in the world.
Founded in 1909 by the Dean of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of the West, In 1993, the school opened its Paris and Budapest campuses. ESSCA became an association in 1967. The global expansion of the school started in the 1980s was consolidated by the opening of its Shanghai campus in 2006. At its 100th anniversary in 2009, ESSCA had campuses in Angers, Paris, Budapest, and Shanghai. and gained EESPIG certification (as a non-profit institution that works in partnership with the government to contribute to higher education and research) in 2016.
ESC Clermont Business School is a business school located in France, in the city of Clermont-Ferrand. Founded in 1919, ESC Clermont was established in the city of Clermont-Ferrand. Since then, the business school has graduated 13,000 students. The business school merged with three other French graduate management schools: ESC Amiens, ESCEM, and ESC Brest to form France Business School in 2013. ESC Clermont broke from the merger and regained its independence in 2015.
Brest Business School, also called ESC Bretagne Brest, France, is a French business School in the city of Brest in western France. Founded in 1962, Brest BS provides business and management courses to 900 students. Currently, the school offers seven different programs both in French and in English. The school is supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Brest. In January 2013, the school merged with three others to found France Business School. After the end of France Business School, as of January 2015, ESC Bretagne Brest regained its independence, thus also changing its name to Brest Business School.
The Waterford Institute of Technology was an institute of technology, located in Waterford, Ireland. The institute opened in 1970 as a Regional Technical College and adopted its name on 7 May 1997. The institute formally applied in 2006 for university status by the Universities Act, of 1997, and the process of examining the case for redesignation has commenced. In January 2007 Dr. Jim Port was engaged by the government to carry out a 'preliminary assessment' of the institute's case. The institute is also ranked 10th place by Unirank and the leading Irish institute of technology.
University College Cork – National University of Ireland, Cork (UCC) is a constituent university of the National University of Ireland and is located in Cork. The university was founded in 1845 as one of three Queen's Colleges located in Belfast, Cork, and Galway. It became University College, Cork, under the Irish Universities Act of 1908. The Universities Act of 1997 renamed the university as National University of Ireland, Cork, and a Ministerial Order of 1998 renamed the university as University College Cork
EDC Paris Business School, also called Ecole des Dirigeants et des Créateurs d'entreprise, is a French business School in the city of Paris located in the business district La Défense. Its MBA Luxury Brand Marketing and International Management is ranked 9th worldwide by Eduniversal. In partnership with the jewellery house Cartier, EDC created Sup de Luxe, a school offering programmes in luxury management.Established in 1950, EDC Paris Business School provides business and management courses to 1300 students, both in French and in English.The school is ranked among the best 20 Business Schools in France by Le figaro.
Originally known as the Catholic University of Ireland and subsequently as the Royal University. it was founded in 1851 by the Irish Hierarchy with John Henry Newman who was installed in 1854 as its first rector, the university became UCD in 1908 and a constituent college of the National University of Ireland (NUI). In 1934, Belfield House and grounds were purchased to provide a sports center and playing fields, and in the period since 1949, the College has acquired several other adjoining properties. Under the Universities Act of 1997, University College, Dublin was reconstituted as the National University of Ireland, Dublin. In November 1998, this name was changed by Ministerial Order to University College Dublin.
The Collège was established by King Francis I of France, modeled after the Collegium Trilingue in Louvain, at the urging of Guillaume Budé. Of humanist inspiration, the school was established as an alternative to the Sorbonne to promote such disciplines as Hebrew, Ancient Greek, and Mathematics. Initially called Collège royal, and later Collège des trois langues, Collège national, and Collège impérial, it was named Collège de France in 1870. In 2010, it became a founding associate of PSL Research University.
Trinity College officially known as The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin. Queen Elizabeth I founded the college in 1592 as "the mother of a university" that was modeled after the collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Trinity College Dublin became the first and only Irish university to enter the Top 50 rankings of both the QS World University Rankings and the Times Higher Education in 2009 when it was ranked 43rd in the world. It is positioned 98th in the world as of 2022, and in 2021, it was also ranked the European Union's most international university, with nearly 30% of its student population from outside Ireland.
Founded at the end of the 19th century as École Supérieure de Commerce de Dijon (ESC Dijon) by an entrepreneur, Léon Gadeau, with the support of industrialists and Burgundy wine merchants, BSB is one of the oldest business schools in the world. In 2016, ESC Dijon becomes the Burgundy School of Business.
Technological University Dublin is Ireland's first technological university, established on 1 January 2019, and with a history stretching back to 1887 through the amalgamated Dublin Institute of Technology which progressed from the first technical education institution in Ireland, the City of Dublin Technical Schools. The university was formed by the amalgamation of three existing institutes of technology in the Dublin area – Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, and Institute of Technology, Tallaght, taking over all functions and operations of these institutions.
The University was founded in 1845 as Queens College Galway. In 1849 teaching commenced and a year later they were united under the Queen's University of Ireland. The Catholic University of Ireland was created as an independent university on 3 November 1854 for the education of Catholics; In 1880 the Royal University of Ireland took over the degree awarding functions of the two former universities and offered recognized degrees to the graduates of the new University College Dublin and St Patrick's College, Maynooth. The Irish Universities Act (1908) established the National University of Ireland, with University College Dublin as a Constituent College to which a Charter was granted on 2 December 1908. The Catholic University Medical School became part of University College Dublin.
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