ICN Business School moves to a building at the foot of the Grande Arche
Based in Paris La Défense since June 2018, the Nancy-based ICN Business School will move to open its new campus to students in September 2022 in a building in the business district: the Collines de l'Arche. Located at the foot of the Grande Arche and on the main thoroughfare, ICN is thus expanding its Paris campus, multiplying its total surface area by four!
An innovative and hyperconnected campus
With this 8,000 m² building, its 20 classrooms and 9 levels, the campus will be able to accommodate up to 2,000 students, from Bachelor to PhD, including the Grande Ecole program and specialized masters.
These new spaces, entirely renovated, are perfectly in line with the "ATM" (Art, Technology, Management) dynamic. Favoring creativity and innovation, they will be perfectly adapted to the "indisciplinary" pedagogy specific to ICN. The school will have a large media library, the K'Hub (Knowledge Hub) and many other collaborative spaces where students and teachers will be able to work on their ATM projects in conjunction with companies in Paris La Défense.
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The renovation of Les Collines de l'Arche
The building was built in the 1990s by the architect Jean-Pierre Buffy. As part of the Collines de l'Arche complex, it is one of the landmark buildings of that era in the heart of La Défense Nord, opposite the CNIT.
In 2020, its in-depth renovation was entrusted to the CALQ architectural firm to accommodate an increased workforce, as well as to offer open spaces compatible with new standards of use.
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