Skema Business School

Introduction
EFMD Equis Accredited
AACSB Accredited

SKEMA is a global business school which, through its research and teaching programmes, trains and educates the talented individuals businesses require in the current competitive environment.

Mission

SKEMA aims to be the global business school, located on the five continents with a unique international strategy, training management leaders in the knowledge economy.

Who

Global knowledge economy talents. Students and participants prepared for multicultural working, able to manage diversity in all contexts (cultural, social and societal) committed to sustainable performance, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Where

In all parts of the world where knowledge is created – technology parks with academic knowledge and management practice crossfertilisation, places of innovation, fast-growing regions (South America, Asia, eastern Europe, Africa).

How

  • A multi-site school with campuses located within research parks
  • A unique model designed to manage students’ movements based on balance and diversity, differenciating SKEMA from the international strategy of other schools
  • Multi-site educational programmes offering mobility and professional expertise (in technology and in management)
  • Scientific territorial synergies: synthetic indicator of innovation, digitalising of economies and markets, globalisation of economies, financing of growth
  • Contribution to the community (economic, academic and social) and to the regions where the school is located.
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MSc Global Luxury Management

Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 France Lille Nice + 1 more

The MSc Global Luxury Management programme’s objective is to enable students to achieve their career ambitions by: giving students regular access to experienced fashion and luxury specialists who have both strong academic skills and practical in-company experience; improving and expanding participating students’ career prospects by providing them with training in fashion and luxury management as well as understanding the issues in international trends and working across cultures; for those who may be working or studying outside the field of art, or fashion and luxury, this program will provide the opportunity for a change in career direction. [+]

Programme Outline The MSc Global Luxury Management programme’s objective is to enable students to achieve their career ambitions by: giving students regular access to experienced fashion and luxury specialists who have both strong academic skills and practical in-company experience; improving and expanding participating students’ career prospects by providing them with training in fashion and luxury management as well as understanding the issues in international trends and working across cultures; for those who may be working or studying outside the field of art, or fashion and luxury, this program will provide the opportunity for a change in career direction. Campus Channel live streaming catch​ up In January, there was a live streaming Q&A on Campus Channel for prospective students and candidates to ask questions and get answers from Ivan Coste-Manière, former co-director of the MSc Global Luxury Management and director of the MSc Luxury & Fashion Management. Locat​ions In Raleigh - North Carolina Global Luxury Management (GLM) is a unique academic program offer​ed as an option in the Master of Global Innovation Management program at NC State University’s Poole College of Management in collaboration with the university’s College of Textiles. Poole College’s business programs are accredited by AACSB International, the accrediting body for collegiate schools of business, and the College of Textiles is highly regarded in the industry. Raleigh, North Carolina’s capital city, is regularly named one of the best places to live in the U.S., with active arts and entertainment districts. It is part of the state’s Research Triangle Park, home to some of the world’s leading technology companies. In Paris - France Paris, the City of Lights, is the world's capital for luxury and fashion. This history stretches back centuries. At the heart of French business, intellectual and cultural life, Paris hosts millions of visitors year-round who come to marvel at the wealth of history, art and entertainment the city has to offer. Competitive industries, business innovations, high-level education, and tourism have turned Paris into the favourite city of business professionals and young graduates. For career-oriented young people, Paris is the place to be.​ Programme courses Courses on NC State campus, Raleigh, autumn semester Supply Management Entrepreneurship Business Relationship Management Industry Study Tour Global Luxury Management seminar Trendspotting Research Methods Analytic Applications to Global Luxury Industry Luxury projects Social Media in Luxury Industry​ Courses at the Paris campus, spring semester Trendspotting​ Advanced Strategy Strategic Foresight in the Luxury Field Career & Employability Creating Customer Value, Satisfaction & Loyalty in Luxury Operational Marketing for Luxury ​Finance and Accounting in Luxury & Fashion Luxury History and Codes: Learning tour in Paris​ (see below for more info) Research Methods​ Dissertation​ Total teaching time not including project work: 415 h Luxury History: learning tour in Paris​​ Learning tour in Paris will be done with the director of the programme and combines visits and a guided tour with a manager of the company in the Parisian luxury temples. The Luxury History: learning tour of Paris will give students an insider's look into Paris's exclusive and exciting ​world of luxury. The plan is to include many of the following companies: Introduction: How to interpret luxury codes (in class) Palais Galliera (personal luxury)​ (in Paris) Louis Vuitton Foundation (personal luxury)​ (in Paris) Louis Vuitton(personal luxury)​ (in class) Charabot: perfumes and B2B (personal luxury)​ (in class) Fragonard: perfumes and B2C (personal luxury)​ (in Paris) Intercontinental Paris Le Grand (experiential luxury) (in Paris)​ Baccarat museum (experiential luxury) (in Paris)​ Hotel Metropole Montecarlo (experiential luxury) (in class) Armani (personal luxury) (in class) How to interpret luxury codes: debrief (in class)​ These details are for information only and may be changed by the school without prior notice. Career oppor​​tunities The MSc Global Luxury Management takes a highly applied approach to teaching guaranteeing its relevance and ensuring that students are professionally operational by the end of the year. The MSc Global Luxury Management opens opportunities to pursue careers in a wide range of fashion and luxury fields. Whilst having a strong discip​linary base in international luxury brand management, its range is such that graduates will be able to work with specialists in other areas, getting involved in creative, marketing or finance positions. Graduates can go on to work in top level management, designing, sourcing, merchandising, budgeting, advertising, global luxury or fashion brand management as well as strategy. Graduates of this MSc have the education and training to work in a variety of organisations including: commercial and marketing firms, consultancy and research, corporate luxury or fashion institutions. Graduates take on roles that are essentially strategic, analytical, marketing and planning. 2015 MSc ​employment survey Our latest employment survey​​​​​ found that graduates of the MSc Global Luxury Management have a 89% net employment rate (at six months). 59% work outside of France; most of the others work in the Paris region.​ Luxury industry liaison In this short video Ellen Rohde, luxury industry liaison for the MSc Global Luxury Management, NC State University / SKEMA double degree programme discusses ​her professional experience and her key role as strategic industry advisor on this MSc. She also explains what it means to be personal mentor to student​s on this MSc programme. Ellen builds on her network to the benefit of the students. Application​​s dea​​dli​​ne​s The next application deadline is 15 November. Limited places are available - Apply now to guarantee your place on the programme. Require​ments - MSc: A four-year degree or equivalent (or, in some cases: a three-year degree plus substantial professional experience; or for UK applicants only: a three-year bachelor's degree with honours). A good score in one of the following English language tests: TOEFL (580 institutional testing programme / 237 computer-based test and 92 internet-based test), TOEIC (830), ELS (112), IELTS (6.5) or equivalent. MSc Global Luxury Management's calendar info, visa info and language test requirements here. Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. A GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage. Requirements - Two-Year​ MSc: Have a three-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent A score report attesting a sufficient level of English (TOEFL 560, TOEIC 800, IELTS 6, ELS 110 or equivalent)* Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage * Students will be required to reach the necessary level for the MSc before moving to year two. The Two-Year MSc is not available for students going on to do the MSc Global Luxury Management Selection The selection is in two parts: Eligibility: online application A selection committee examines the application submission taking into account the candidate's qualifications and professional experience. Admission: If the application submission is judged satisfactory, candidates undergo a face-to-face/via Skype, or telephone interview. The interview lasts about 30 minutes is based on a typical job interview. Find out more about the MSc admissions interview, with guidance and tips here Successful candidates will be admitted on the basis of the application form and the interview. Calendar Recruitment is carried out on a rolling admissions basis. However, given the limited number of places, cand​​idates are advised to apply as early as possible. Requirements for the mastères spécialisés: Five years' higher education Four years' higher education plus three years' professional experience. Some candidiates with only four years' higher education may be admitted every year (to a maximum of 30 % of the class). [-]

MSc International Business

Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 France Nice Lille + 1 more

Our one-year multi-campus programme is designed for future global business leaders, providing students with the necessary general management and multicultural skills and knowledge. Each semester, students can study at a different SKEMA campus in Asia, Europe or America; students gain real exposure and experience in different markets. [+]

Global and multi-campus with immersion in local business environments in France, China, USA and Brazil Programme taught in English at the Raleigh, Paris​, Suzhou and Brazil campuses. January 2017 will have an intake on the Sophia Antipo​lis campus. September and Janu​ary intakes on the French and Chinese campuses. August and January intakes on the ​US campus. September intake on the Brazil campus. This MSc is a full-time course taught over a twelve-month period. There are eight months of taught courses, followed by four t​o six months for the dissertation and internship. ​​​​​ MSc International Business has three specialisation tracks: Doing Business in Europe, Doing Business in Asia, Doing Business in America ​ Programme outline Our one-year multi-campus programme is designed for future global business leaders, providing students with the necessary general management and multicultural skills and knowledge. Each semester, students can study at a different SKEMA campus in Asia, Europe or America; students gain real exposure and experience in different markets. The same disciplines are taught in each campus, with strong localisation relevant to the location. The autumn/fall semester focuses on globalisation and the way that the region —the Americas, Asia, or Europe— deals with globalisation. In the spring semester, course content on each campus is totally specific to the region. Our professors come from all around the globe. They are entrepreneurs, innovators, research directors, CEOs, VPs of marketing, directors of finance; and they have worldwide reputations in their fields. Classes are small enough to allow for close personal contact with teachers and classmates. In recent years, MSc IB classes have been made up of students of some 25, or so, countries. This highly international class composition transforms projects and team work into valuable cross-cultural working and learning experiences. The teaching approach is applied and participatory: real projects with businesses are carried out so students are operational, employable managers by the time they graduate. Students on this MSc will understand the challenges and issues associated with sharing knowledge and innovation across borders and continents. The programme strikes the balance between practical business applications and cutting-edge research and ideas. Core courses provide the knowledge to survive in the global knowledge economy: how industries change and firms compete how markets should be managed and financial decisions made how to cope with diversity and legal issues. Video: watch a five-minute section of a class In this excerpt from an Internationalisation of the Firm class, Professor Peter Spier discusses three projects that students are working on with three local companies. Watch the MSc Int​ernational Business live streaming replay In September, there was a live streaming Q&A on Campus Channel for prospective students and candidates to ask questions and get answers from Philippe Chereau, the director of the MSc at that time, as well as Nora Fuentes, admissions manager for the MSc. They answered questions about the programme, studying in France/at SKEMA etc. Programme ​​​Courses by campus and sem​ester First semester (and campus)​​ Globalisation (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh) Globalisation: Risks, Challenges & Opportunities for Latin America (Belo Horizonte) Environment, Sustainability and Development in Latin America (Belo Horizonte) Doing Business in Europe / Multicultural Management (Sophia) Doing Business in Europe / Legal Issues in Europe (Sophia) Doing Business in Asia / Marketing to Chinese Customers (Suzhou) Doing Business in Asia / Cultural Aspects of Business (Suzhou) Research methods (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh) International Project Management (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) International Finance (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) Internationalisation of the Firm (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) Country Risks (Sophia, Suzhou) Professional and Personal Development (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) Chinese, and Advanced Chinese (Suzhou) Portuguese (Belo Horizonte) Special topics (Raleigh) Cross-Cultural Competencies (with GTI-NCSU) I, II, III or IV X Arts & Design of Negotiation Two elective courses to be chosen among (Sophia and Suzhou): Strategic Consulting New Business Models: Insights from the Collaborative & Functionality Economy Disruptive Innovation and the Power of Lead Users Sustainable Development and Innovation Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice Finance for New Venture Management Open Innovation E-commerce Total semester one: 30 credits Second semester - Mandatory courses (and campus) Advanced Strategy (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) Skemasim - business game (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) International Business Law (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh) International Business Operations (Raleigh, Belo Horizonte) International Sourcing Purchasing & Trade (Sophia, Suzhou) Marcom in Europe / Asia (Sophia, Suzhou) International Human Resources Management (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh) Management and Innovation (Belo Horizonte) Organisational Behaviour (Belo Horizonte) Sustainable Finance (Sophia, Suzhou) Doing Business in Europe / China / Business Development issues (Sophia, Suzhou) Chinese, and Advanced Chinese (Suzhou) Portuguese (Belo) Professional and Personal Development (Sophia, Suzhou, Raleigh) Special topics (Raleigh) Cross-Cultural Competencies (with GTI-NCSU) I, II, III or IV X To be determined Two elective courses to be chosen among (Sophia Antipolis and Suzhou campuses): Advanced Research Methods CAPM Doing Business in High Tech Launching an Innovative Venture in France/China/Brazil Strategic Management of Innovation Negotiation Practice Developing a Practical Marketing Plan Dissertation, 30 credits Both semesters: Students on the Sophia Antipolis campus will have access to courses from other MSc programmes TOTAL semester two: 30 credits Approximate course time not including individual and project work: 400 hours These details are for information only and may be changed by the school without prior notice. Doing Business in Europe option Largest trading bloc in the world​ The formation of the Single European Market and its recent enlargement meant that Europe became the largest trading bloc in the world with a population of more than 540 million people, making it a powerful competitive force in the glo​bal market. Most analysts agree that the Single European Market has greatly enhanced market opportunities for European companies and for every international firm in the world because regional integration precedes and maintains the globalisation of economies and firms. Our programme is a unique opportunity for European and non-European students to become specialists in this economic area and to customise a global international learning programme with a focus on how to do business and trade with Europe. In this, the understanding of its moves towards a unified market is crucial: Many regions and trade agreements in the world strive for a free and unbridled large internal market in the increasingly interdependent and global economy. This specialisation track with a large number of electives develops skills that will be vital in a career in international management, in Europe, with Europe and/or in similar regions of economic integration. This learning experience encompasses a wide range of strategic and technical knowledge in trade with and in Europe. (import-export project, international market research study…) Theoretical concepts, in this integrative learning programme, are always backed up with real-life experience and applications. Doing Business in Asia option Real immersion​​ in the culture One of this programme’s principal strong points lies in its real immersion in China in one of the country’s most important science parks. Students thus benefit from an exceptional academic environment, studying alongside Chinese and Asian students and learning from professors from all over the world who are also professionals in their respective specialist areas.​ The campus location also offers unbeatable opportunities for internships and future employment. There are also many SKEMA alumni in the region who can provide contacts leading to internships or employment. Students’ understanding and analysis of Chinese, Asian and foreign companies in China is enhanced through the Strategy course where students conduct an audit of a company’s sustainable development. The course in Research Methods and Critical Thinking culminates in a dissertation. The mandatory internship gives students the advantage of learning by doing, and may even kick start their career in marketing, supply chain management, purchasing, management accounting, auditing, consulting… Doing Business in America option This programme offers total immersion in the US at Raleigh, one of the country’s most important science parks and academic centres. Students are based in Raleigh’s world-class academic environment; they study with American students and learn from professors who come from all over the world. The professors are also practising professionals in their areas of expertise. This learning experience encompasses a wide range of strategic and technical knowledge in trade with and from the Americas (import-export project, international market research study…). Theoretical concepts, in this integrative learning programme, are always backed up with real-life experience and applications. The campus location, close to some of the most prestigious US based global companies also off ers unbeatable opportunities for hands-on projects, internships and future employment. Doing Business in Latin America option Real immersion​​ in the culture This programme offers the opportunity to study in Brazil, the giant of South America and a far-reaching country with many diverse landscapes and subcultures. It is the fifth largest country in the world, both in size and population and it is becoming an increasingly important player in the global economy. With a population of more than 200 million people, Brazil is one of the chief consumer mark​ets in the world. Knowing it well and learning its language can only help students in their future professional endeavours. The SKEMA campus is located in Belo Horizonte, Brazil’s third most important city for business, in a region with a booming economy. It has been opened in partnership with Fundação Dom Cabral, Latin America’s best business school according to the Financial Times Executive Education ranking 2014. This partnership provides great opportunities to students for action learning on international business-related areas with local companies. Careers Career Opportunities Graduates are easily employable in a broad range of firms and organisations from born-global start-ups, exporting SMEs and m​ultinational companies, b2b and b2c, to international government agencies and NGOs. The hiring companies are from diverse sectors: consulting, manufacturing, banking and insurance, logistics... An MSc International Business graduate may work as an international product manager, business operations manager, international business development manager, export-area sales manager, global account manager, international sourcing manager, international purchaser, strategic consultant, international project manager etc. Find out more - Interview with the director: Jobs, locations, salaries ​ 2015 MSc emplo​​yment survey Our latest employment survey found that graduates of the MSc International Business have a 97% net employment rate (at six months). 43% work outside of France; 29% work in Paris and the sur​rounding region.​ Partner comp​anies IBM, Orange, Amadeus, Groupe Accord, Decathlon, Auchan, Arjo Wiggins Non profit: European Union, Ubifrance, Chambers of Commerce, EURADA Brussels (ARD lobbying group at the EU), The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation in Vienna Application​​s dea​​dli​​ne​s The next application deadline is 15 November. Limited places are available - Apply now to guarantee your place on the programme. Require​ments - MSc: A four-year degree or equivalent (or, in some cases: a three-year degree plus substantial professional experience; or for UK applicants only: a three-year bachelor's degree with honours). A good score in one of the following English language tests: TOEFL (580 institutional testing programme / 237 computer-based test and 92 internet-based test), TOEIC (830), ELS (112), IELTS (6.5) or equivalent. MSc Global Luxury Management's calendar info, visa info and language test requirements here. Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. A GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage. Requirements - Two-Year​ MSc: Have a three-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent A score report attesting a sufficient level of English (TOEFL 560, TOEIC 800, IELTS 6, ELS 110 or equivalent)* Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage * Students will be required to reach the necessary level for the MSc before moving to year two. The Two-Year MSc is not available for students going on to do the MSc Global Luxury Management Selection The selection is in two parts: Eligibility: online application A selection committee examines the application submission taking into account the candidate's qualifications and professional experience. Admission: If the application submission is judged satisfactory, candidates undergo a face-to-face/via Skype, or telephone interview. The interview lasts about 30 minutes is based on a typical job interview. Find out more about the MSc admissions interview, with guidance and tips here Successful candidates will be admitted on the basis of the application form and the interview. Calendar Recruitment is carried out on a rolling admissions basis. However, given the limited number of places, cand​​idates are advised to apply as early as possible. Requirements for the mastères spécialisés: Five years' higher education Four years' higher education plus three years' professional experience. Some candidiates with only four years' higher education may be admitted every year (to a maximum of 30 % of the class). [-]

MSc International Hospitality Management

Campus Full time 1 - 2 years September 2017 France Lille Nice + 1 more

In addition to the joint MSc degree, students will have the opportunity to obtain the professional Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) ​ This MSc is a CGE accredited, full-time cours​e taught over a twelve-month period: eight months of taught courses, then four to six months for the dissertation and internship. [+]

Introduction Joint degree with Ecole Ferrières Taught in English in Paris at SKEMA Business Scho​ol & Ecole Ferrières - September intake In addition to the joint MSc degree, students will have the opportunity to obtain the professional Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) ​ This MSc is a CGE accredited, full-time cours​e taught over a twelve-month period: eight months of taught courses, then four to six months for the dissertation and internship. New partnership: SKEMA and Ferrières, the School of French Excellence, are combining their expertise in the fields of luxury, gastronomy and tourism by offering unique joint programmes. As of the '16-'17 school year, students of SKEMA's MSc International Hospitality Management will take two intensive seminars jointly developed by the two institutions and taught on the beautiful campus of Ferrières. 2015: SMBG ranked the MSc International Hospitality Management 7th in France in its category. See the ranking Programme objectives To prepare current or future hospitality professionals for management positions. More specifically, the objectives for students are to understand the tourism sector and the role of hospitality in this system apply managerial, financial, and marketing knowledge to hospitality projects focus on data analytics, electronic distribution and yield management strategies understand visitor behaviour and its impact on hospitality management strategies learn sustainable and quality management techniques and certification procedures understand the focus on service attitude, service delivery, quality, and innovation anticipate the upcoming challenges that the hospitality sector faces *In addition to the academic degree, students can earn the professional Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA) This is the leading hotel-related certification for university students graduating from Hospitality and Tourism programs throughout the world. This recognition provides evidence of a thorough knowledge of the foundational metrics and definitions that are used by the hotel industry. Active international learning The programme’s pedagogy is based on three main aspects lectures case studies and professional projects in cooperation with hospitality businesses. In addition, students will conduct an original research study and deliver a final-year thesis. The language of instruction is English, and both academic and professional faculty has international experience and /or background. * The January intake is for people with a few years of professional experience.​ Programme Courses by semester and credits Semester 1 - 30 credits Fundamentals of the Events & Tourism Industry, 4 credits Globalisation, 3 credits Hospitality Operations, 4 credits Hospitality Technology, 2 credits Preparing for a Career in Events, Tourism and Hospitality, 2 credits Professional & Personal Development, 1 credits Research Methods and Critical Thinking, 2 credits Visitor Behaviour, 4 credits Visitor Economics, 4 credits Semester 2 - 30 credits Distribution and Revenue Management, 5 credits Hospitality Management, 5 credits Hospitality Marketing Strategy, 5 credits Hospitality Metrics – Data Analytics, 2.5 credits Quality Management and Sustainable Performance, 5 credits Sales in Hospitality, 2.5 credits Service Design – Focus on the Customer, 5 credits Dissertation, 30 credits​ TOTAL credits (courses: 60 + thesis: 30): 90 Approximate course time not including individual and project work: 400 hours These details are for information only and may be changed by the school without prior notice. Career opportunities Hospitality management is a growing sector: graduates have a wealth of opportunities. Depending on their previous experience and focus during their studies, graduates can seek various managerial positions in the hospitality sector such as guest service manager, front desk manager, communication manager; sales and marketing manager, quality manag​er, reservations manager, revenue manager, hotel manager, hospitality consultant and analyst, etc.​ Opportunities also exist in distribution companies such as OTAs, and technology companies. Companies and brands that recruit an​d provide internships Accor, Booking.com, Carlson Wagonlit Travel Club Méditérranée, Choice Hotels, Deloitte, Expedia, Fairmont, Hyatt, HRS, IHG, Marriott, Pierre et Vacances, PriceMatch, Relais et Châteaux, Société des Bains de Mer de Monaco, Voyageprive.com … Application​​s dea​​dli​​ne​s The next application deadline is 15 November. Limited places are available - Apply now to guarantee your place on the programme. Require​ments - MSc: A four-year degree or equivalent (or, in some cases: a three-year degree plus substantial professional experience; or for UK applicants only: a three-year bachelor's degree with honours). A good score in one of the following English language tests: TOEFL (580 institutional testing programme / 237 computer-based test and 92 internet-based test), TOEIC (830), ELS (112), IELTS (6.5) or equivalent. MSc Global Luxury Management's calendar info, visa info and language test requirements here. Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. A GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage. Requirements - Two-Year​ MSc: Have a three-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent A score report attesting a sufficient level of English (TOEFL 560, TOEIC 800, IELTS 6, ELS 110 or equivalent)* Note: no English language test score is required for students who have a degree from an English-speaking university. GMAT or GRE score will be to the candidate’s advantage * Students will be required to reach the necessary level for the MSc before moving to year two. The Two-Year MSc is not available for students going on to do the MSc Global Luxury Management Selection The selection is in two parts: Eligibility: online application A selection committee examines the application submission taking into account the candidate's qualifications and professional experience. Admission: If the application submission is judged satisfactory, candidates undergo a face-to-face/via Skype, or telephone interview. The interview lasts about 30 minutes is based on a typical job interview. Find out more about the MSc admissions interview, with guidance and tips here Successful candidates will be admitted on the basis of the application form and the interview. Calendar Recruitment is carried out on a rolling admissions basis. However, given the limited number of places, cand​​idates are advised to apply as early as possible. Requirements for the mastères spécialisés: Five years' higher education Four years' higher education plus three years' professional experience. Some candidiates with only four years' higher education may be admitted every year (to a maximum of 30 % of the class). [-]

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