CREATIVE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR ENGINEERS
Develop a dual competency in management to increase your effectiveness and employability as an engineer. As the first French school of business to open our doors to engineering students, Audencia Business School is well established in the field. Your training will be of the highest quality.
During the MSc in Management-Engineering programme, you’ll study entirely in English. Your programme is where engineering meets international management, which accelerates your creativity. Graduates are qualified for roles requiring engineering expertise and business strategy within a global environment.
- Degree earned: MSc (Master of Science) in Management-Engineering
As a graduate, you’ll be uniquely qualified for top positions in engineering and management. Audencia developed this original programme in partnership with five national and international corporations looking to hire engineers with managerial skills: ERDF, PwC, Société Générale, Thales and Valeo.
Take advanced management courses with top faculty and experts in the field. Select a specialisation in management, finance or marketing. Gain experience with a four- to six-month internship that boosts your networks and career possibilities.
Audencia is among the elite 1% of business schools to hold triple accreditation from EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA – the international triple crown of quality. You’ll benefit from our network of international corporate partners, faculty members with extensive industry and international experience, and researchers who specialise in the field.
CAREER AND ALUMNI
Graduates of this programme have found employment in the following sectors:
- Agribusiness: 4%
- Automobile: 5%
- Audit: 12%
- Banking: 11%
- Computing: 15%
- Consulting: 15%
- Distribution: 9%
- Electricity and energy: 6%
- Engineering: 15%
- Industry: 10%
Programme graduates have found employment in the following job roles:
- Auditor: 10%
- Bank financial analyst: 8%
- Company manager: 10%
- Consultant: 18%
- Engineer: 22%
- Founder or entrepreneur: 6%
- Purchaser or logistician: 5%
- Sales and marketing: 21%
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Last updated October 23, 2017