Eduservices is a French leader in private higher education. The project was born in 2010 at the initiative of Philippe Grassaud, its president. It brings together various schools offering post-baccalaureate courses of 2 to 5 years mainly in management, commerce, digital, hospitality (tourism, hotels, leisure), beauty, well-being and sport.

A national influence

Eduservices has 8 national brands: Ecole Internationale Tunon, Ipac Bachelor Factory, ISCOM, MyDigitalSchool, MBway, Pigier Performance, Win, Studio M and 11 regional leaders: AFTEC, Cap Vers, ESICAD, ESPL, IPAC, Isifa Plus Values, Ipac Design, IHECF, ACFA MULTIMEDIA, ESIMODE, CIME ART; which allow for optimal national coverage with a network of 30 schools. More informations 



Education Entrepreneur

Eduservices was born out of the desire to offer a development platform to business leaders from vocational education who, like us, have the desire to develop education and train young people as closely as possible to the requirements of the world of work. Because these young people or mature entrepreneurs are often isolated, Eduservices offers them a reception structure that protects them and supports them in their project, while allowing each of them to continue to practice their profession. More informations

Accreditation and certification

All of our courses are certified by the French National Education system (BTS, DCG, DSCG, MBA) or by the Professional Certification Commission within France Compétences, which lists all the professional certifications and diplomas issued. To register a professional certification, France Compétences is mainly interested in the skills acquired by the certified persons and their professional integration… More informations





Focus on employment

Eduservices' aim is to put its 34,000 students to work in the professional world, with a focus on proximity and access to employment. Eduservices has set itself the goal of becoming the leading group of multidisciplinary institutional schools on the French market and, to this end, is following an investment policy of organic and external growth. More informations