IDRAC Business School

About IDRAC Business School

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“On the strength of its humanist convictions, IDRAC Business School implements a pedagogy of encouragement;


Our pedagogy nourishes the strengths and personal qualities of each student. It encourages personal and professional growth through agile learning methods. She seeks to develop the critical spirit of each. It is based on a tailor-made offer of modules, blocks of skills, titles, certifications and diplomas.

We value everyone's progress and successes. We encourage surpassing oneself by respecting the right to make mistakes and by offering everyone the opportunity to find their way.
Thus each student reveals himself as an operational, humanist and creative professional; a professional sensitive to innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, culture, respect for differences and the challenges of our planet.

Our strong regional roots ensure the diversity of a business network and the quality of professional opportunities for our graduates. A territorial network which also allows a cross between a high-level academic dimension and adaptation to the needs of companies.
IDRAC Business School is a community made up of more than 30,000 graduates in France and abroad, entrepreneurs and professionals in marketing, commerce and management.


Created to offer an alternative to traditional elitist models, IDRAC Business School is a business school founded on a deep humanist conviction and always seeks to enhance the strengths and personal qualities of its students and learners.

Established in the heart of the territories in France and internationally, IDRAC Business School involves local economic players in its teaching and research which feed a range of training courses ranging from Post-Bac to Bac + 5 and continuing education.

IDRAC Business School thus meets the needs of companies in terms of professional and managerial skills and contributes to economic development by anticipating trends and developments in commerce and its players.

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France, in Western Europe, encompasses medieval cities, alpine villages and Mediterranean beaches. Paris, its capital, is famed for its fashion houses, classical art museums including the Louvre and monuments like the Eiffel Tower. The country is also renowned for its wines and sophisticated cuisine. Lascaux’s ancient cave drawings, Lyon’s Roman theater and the vast Palace of Versailles attest to its rich history.

France, officially French Republic, French France or République Française, country of northwestern Europe. Historically and culturally among the most important nations in the Western world, France has also played a highly significant role in international affairs, with former colonies in every corner of the globe. Bounded by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, the Alps and the Pyrenees, France has long provided a geographic, economic, and linguistic bridge joining northern and southern Europe. It is Europe’s most important agricultural producer and one of the world’s leading industrial powers.

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France is among the globe’s oldest nations, the product of an alliance of duchies and principalities under a single ruler in the Middle Ages. Today, as in that era, central authority is vested in the state, even though a measure of autonomy has been granted to the country’s régions in recent decades. The French people look to the state as the primary guardian of liberty, and the state in turn provides a generous program of amenities for its citizens, from free education to health care and pension plans. Even so, this centralist tendency is often at odds with another long-standing theme of the French nation: the insistence on the supremacy of the individual. On this matter historian Jules Michelet remarked, “England is an empire, Germany is a nation, a race, France is a person.” Statesman Charles de Gaulle, too, famously complained, “Only peril can bring the French together. One can’t impose unity out of the blue on a country that has 265 kinds of cheese.”

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This tendency toward individualism joins with a pluralist outlook and a great interest in the larger world. Even though its imperialist stage was driven by the impulse to civilize that world according to French standards (la mission civilisatrice), the French still note approvingly the words of writer Gustave Flaubert:

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