Sorbonne Graduate Business School

The Institut d'Administration des Entreprises de Paris (also known as IAE de Paris or Sorbonne Graduate Business School) is a public business school, part of University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne in France. It is also a component of the IAE's network, bringing together 33 similar business schools around France.

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