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Our mission is to train students in an international environment to be effective and globally aware business managers.
The programme proposes the following added value elements:
- Intensive French language courses
- A tailor-made personal and professional development plan throughout your studies
- Field trips (e.g. European Parliament, the French wine route, etc.)
- Several professional networking meetings
- Possibility to take a professional gap year
- Seven months of compulsory internship with personnal coaching
- Possibility to start own business within our business incubator La Ruche.
The programme focuses on the practical application of the principles of international management. Management disciplines such as marketing, finance or human resources are covered as well as essential values in international business such as ethics, sustainability, and diversity.
In the second year of the masters' programme, students have a choice between the following specilisations taught in English or in French:
- Strategic and operational marketing (in English)
- Finance (in English)
- Comptabilité-contrôle-finance (in French)
- International Purchasing (in French)
- Supply Chain Management (in French)
- Entrepreneuriat (in French)
- International and European Business (in English)
- International Wine management and tourism (in English)
To be eligible for admission to our masters' programme, international students must have completed a minimum of three years of study in management or related discipline in a higher education institution outside of France.
SELECTION AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES
The standard application procedure for international students is organised via the Pass-world Consortium, an international admissions process for postgraduate students holding non-French Bachelor or Master's degrees and wishing to enroll into a French business school. Applications are made exclusively online on the Pass-world application platform.
The deadline for applications is normally at the end of May for a September start.