Studialis is announcing the opening of the first Campus Cluster in Paris

March 04, 2014

In September 2014, the worlds of education, management, entrepreneurship and digital economy will join forces at a single location. This original concept, true to the Studialis spirit of innovation, will shake up the world of higher education.
First Campus Cluster in Paris

A new site for a new approach


In the Parisian hub for innovation, in the 13th district right at the metro station Olympiades, the Campus Cluster Olympiades, will integrate various Studialis schools from the flagship business school, ESG Management School, member of the Conférence of Grandes Ecole, to the most recent addition to the group, the Web School Factory, an innovative school dedicated to the digital economy.

It will also welcome Paris School of Business, the Institut international de communication de Paris (IICP) as well as Innovation Factory, a school merging the varied and fascinating aspects of digital innovation and companies of every size, from emerging start-ups to joint-stock companies (CAC 40) – all with one objective: develop and build innovative projects together.


Beginning of the next academic year, 3,500 students, 350 professors and staff, as well as 20 companies, start-ups and business incubators will bring the 9000 m2 premises to life. “Making the choice to enter a new environment in the heart of an area of Paris so strongly turned toward innovation, to associate these complementary schools and to allow them to open up their curricula, is a total transformation and an exhilaratingly bold step that we are excited to make and which we know that it answers the needs of both students and employers,” explains Michel Augendre, General Director of the Studialis Management Pôle.

Opening up academic tracks to promote synergy and co-construction


This unprecedented pedagogical approach acknowledges the economy’s evolutions and profound transformations and provides an educational offer tailored to the demands engendered by company digitalization. Students will now be able to learn from each other as from start-ups and partner companies. Just what’s needed to create connections between different disciplines and encourage synergies with the corporate world, from startups to CAC 40 companies.