Equity, Diversity, Inclusion/Handicap
As part of the EDI/H Policy of the Ecoles des Métiers du Luxe of the Greater Paris Chamber of Commerce, ISIPCA is committed to welcome, train, support and develop the employability of all students and trainees regardless of their:
- social origin, culture, religion, country and ethnicity
- gender and sexual orientation
- family situation
- disability and health problems
able to meet the admission criteria and training requirements.
ISIPCA aims to enable its staff, representatives and faculty members to work and cooperate in a safe and comfortable environment.
All visitors to ISIPCA, as partners, alumni and other guests are treated with equity, respect, dignity and understanding in a friendly and professional environment.
Inclusion and Handicap
Inclusion of people with disabilities
French Law No. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005 on equal rights, opportunities, participation and citizenship to individuals with disabilities defines disability as: "limitations to social participation and citizenship because of a substantial, permanent condition affecting a person's physical, sensory or mental functioning, including cognitive or psychological disorders or chronic disabling diseases."
French official websites
- Secrétariat d’Etat chargé des personnes handicapées /
State Secretariat for Disabled People
- Ministère des Solidarités et de la Santé /
Ministry of Solidarity and Health
Disability Laws and Acts by Country/Area
Study and work with a disability at ISIPCA
At ISIPCA, only your motivation matters!
In full compliance with the Greater Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and within its policy on Disability and Accessibility, ISIPCA is committed to providing all visitors, staff, students and trainees, and professors with access to its programs, services and facilities.
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Ecoles des Métiers du Luxe, the Disability Liaison Officer is responsible for welcoming all students, trainees and visiting professors, and coordinating all essential academic support.
For more information...
Contact : Disability Liaison Officer - email@example.com
Accessibility for disabled people
The access to ISIPCA - Campus in Paris - for people with reduced mobility is located:
8 avenue de la Porte de Champerret - 75017 Paris.
The reception staff are at your disposal to guide you and assist you to go to the access ramp.
The access to ISIPCA - Campus in Versailles - for people with reduced mobility is located:
34 rue du Parc de Clagny - 78000 Versailles.
As part of its Equity and Inclusion policy, and in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005 for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of people with disabilities, ISIPCA undertakes to respect the standards of physical and digital accessibility for people with disabilities.