Masters in Business programmes
EDHEC's Master in Management & Masters of Science in Business are constantly ranked amongst the best in the world (FT, The Economist & QS). Join our business degrees and become a future change maker in business management.
Which Master in Business is right for you?
EDHEC’s graduate business degrees combine theoretical teaching and practical learning to give you the knowledge and skills you need to pursue a stellar career in France or abroad. You can choose from our Master in Management double-degree programme (two years of academic study and one year of professional immersion) or one of our nine Masters of Science degrees.
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Which Master’s degree is right for you?
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EDHEC’s MSc programmes in Business take 18 months – one year of academic studies and a 4-6-month internship or work placement. You can also study for an MSc in a business discipline as part of our Master in Management – Business programme. That is a three-year course – two years of academic study and one year of professional immersion and/or international academic exchange.
With an MSc or MiM in Business, you can pursue a career in a host of different areas, for example, as a corporate and social responsibility manager, marketing manager, digital marketing manager, business development manager, sales manager, business analyst, research analyst, HR manager or operations manager, to name but a few.
EDHEC’s Masters in Business programmes equip you with the specialised knowledge, skills and attributes required for success in the business world. You will not only hone your business and managerial skills, but learn to analyse complex, multifaceted business environments and to develop competitive advantages along the value chain. You will learn how to assume international management responsibilities, master the essential skills you need in global management, learn how to supervise business development processes and discover how to drive profitable and sustainable business growth, among other things.
EDHEC’s Master’s degrees in Business prepare you to work anywhere in the world. EDHEC’s multicultural student body and faculty, its internships abroad and exchange programmes with renowned academic partner universities around the world not only help you to develop personally and professionally, but enable you to develop valuable business relationships that will take your career goals to an international level.
The EDHEC Master in Management is a top-ranked, two-year academic programme designed for students seeking to increase their general management skills. Also known as the Grande École programme, it awards you a double degree: a Master in Management and Master of Science. After the first year of your master’s degree, you can gain a full year’s professional experience or undertake an internship and a six-month exchange at a partner university, before completing the second year of your master’s programme.
Our Master of Science degrees are specialised programmes targeted at students who wish to acquire in depth knowledge in a specific field or further strengthen their existing expertise. If you are a student on the Master in Management programme, you can also earn a Master of Science degree in the second year of your programme, when you choose your specialisation.
“MiM or MSc? Which Master’s Programme is right for you?”
“MiM or MSc”?
Speaker: Lina Antelmann, MiM student.
Hi, my name is Lina Antelmann. I'm 24 years old and I am from Germany.
Speaker: Shraman Biswas, MSc student.
Bonjour, I'm Shraman Biwas and I'm from India
Chapter : My career aspirations
So prior to EDHEC, I did my Bachelor of Business Administration in Germany as part of a dual study programme. Which means I worked at a large corporation at the same time as I studied, and I decided to do the MiM (Master in Management) because for me, it was the best combination for both theoretical and practical experiences, and it allows you to first build this foundation, the general foundation, the first year. And the third year, I really have the ability to set the focus and really specialise on a topic. I have an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Delhi Technological University, India.
Before joining the Master of Science programme at EDHEC, I was part of the start-up ecosystem in India, working as a Marketing Analyst. After working for two and half years, I was ready to join a Business School to sharpen my skills and to propel my career to the next level.
As an early career professional, it made perfect sense to join the MSc programme at EDHEC as it was a specialised programme with the duration of just one (academic) year.
What is most important to me personally, is to find a job where I can drive change actively, and where I can have an impact.There are so many challenges out there right now, in sustainability, poverty, equality, digital transformation...
Our generation probably has so many opportunities to actively have an impact and solve that. This is really something I want to focus on in my career
For example, by becoming a Business Consultant after my time at EDHEC.
Since I love numbers and have a creative approach to solving problems. I would love to work as a Digital Marketing Manager or a Product Manager at one of the biggest Tech firms or start-ups in Europe.
Chapter: My advice to candidates.
Thinking of myself in your position about one and a half year ago. The biggest advice,
that I would give you, is to take the time to figure out what it is you want to do. Second, I would say be open. Because it is good to have a plan, and I also really like to have a plan, but I also learned that sometimes things happen that are not according to your plan and sometimes it is great.
And in line with this, as my last advice, I would say, embrace being uncomfortable.
Firstly, decide on a specialisation. Figure out what you are passionate about. Is it Marketing? Finance? Or Entrepreneurship?
Having the right kind of motivation will surely help you make the most of the programme.
Secondly, do a total research on all the programmes. Look at the kind of courses EDHEC offers, connect with the professors, students and Alumni on Linkedin, and speak to them to know more about the EDHEC Master's experience and opportunities after that. Lastly, think how the MSc Programme ties in with your career objectives?
How does the knowledge you acquire throughout the programme helps you in getting your dream job or the dream company you want to work in?
I wish you a lot of luck. Fingers crossed, I'm sure you are going to find the right programme for you, and I'm very much looking forward to seeing you at EDHEC Business School.
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