Theseus International Management Institute

Theseus International Management Institute


Theseus International Management Institute

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Theseus International Management Institute was founded in 1989 as a graduate business school focussed on the high technology sector. In 2004 it merged into EDHEC.

The beginning

Institute Theseus was founded in 1989 with the support of France Télécom, BNP Paribas, Société Générale, MIT Sloan School of Management, Politecnico di Milano and several other major European corporations to create the future managers of the information technology age. It offered a mid-career MBA in the English language in Sophia Antipolis, South France, in what was billed as “International City of Wisdom, Science and Technology” .


Thierry Zilberberg was its founding director while former MIT Sloan School of Management program director Mel Horwitch was professor and founding dean of management. Claudio Ciborra, Louis Pouzin and Charles Wiseman were also in the founding faculty along with some 100 distinguished members of the information technology academe. They came from Hitotsubashi in Japan to Harvard in the US, from Cambridge in the UK to Dartmouth, Duke, Stern in the US via the Technion in Israel, from Apple to Bull to HP, IBM and Xerox and from Booz Allen to McKinsey Consulting.Ahmed Aykac took over as director general from 1996 until the school's merger with EDHEC in 2004

The Charter Batch

Its charter batch had 18 mid career executives aged 25 years to 45 years, from entrepreneurs to CIOs of EDF/GDF, from editor/ writer to and underwriter and from telecom engineers to...
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