Masters in Management programmes
EDHEC’s globally ranked double degree Masters in Management (MiM) programmes give you the opportunity to acquire cutting-edge expertise and to pursue multiple career paths.
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Our Master in Management (MiM) degrees
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EDHEC Business School has acquired a worldwide reputation for the quality of its financial education. The Master's in Management (MiM) ‒ Finance is designed to provide students with the knowledge and expertise necessary to pursue a successful international career.
The Master in Management (MiM) – Business Management is a two-year programme designed to provide you with the academic knowledge and practical skills you need to pursue a career in business management. You will have the opportunity to gain a Master’s degree in your second academic year, after a year of work experience and/or academic exchange with a global partner university. You can also choose to study while you work with our unique apprenticeship track.
EDHEC’s Master in Management - Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) prepares you to lead innovation in a changing world. Study at three of the world’s best universities in Paris, Seoul, and Berkeley.
FAQ of the MiM programmes
The Master in Management, Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) is a programme comprising two years of academic studies and one year of professional immersion or work experience. Studying in three prestigious institutions in Paris, Seoul and Berkeley, California, you will acquire the managerial talents sought by companies wanting to meet the needs of sustainable development and the challenges of disruptive change caused by advances in information and technology.
There are multiple career paths you can follow with a Master in Management, Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT). You could start your own company, or become a sales strategist, operations analyst, digital strategy and data analyst, consultant, tech M&A analyst, private equity analyst, product manager, sustainability architect, investment banking analyst or venture capital analyst, for example.
No. EDHEC’s Master in Management is already a double degree programme, awarding graduates a Master’s in Management and a Master of Science degree. You will have the option to complete your last year of MSc at EDHEC with a qualification at one of our partner universities. If you are keen to study for an MBA, you might want to consider our MSc & Global MBA double degree programme.
With a Master in Management – Business Management degree, you can pursue a range of diverse careers in international business. It serves as the perfect springboard for careers including corporate and social responsibility manager, marketing manager, digital marketing manager, business development manager. sales manager, corporate financier, business analyst, research analyst, operations manager and many more.
The Master in Management – Finance is a double degree programme that gives graduates the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in a host of careers in the financial industry. Graduates are awarded a Master in Management and a Master of Science degree. The course comprises a two-year academic programme, plus a year of professional immersion and/or academic exchanges with partner universities. The Financial Times ranks the Master in Management – Finance in the top five Masters in Finance Worldwide (2021) and ninth in the top Masters in Management Worldwide (2021).
The Master in Management – Finance double degree gives you the in-depth knowledge and cutting-edge skills sought after by firms in the financial industry. You can pursue a vast array of careers in business and finance, for example, portfolio manager, wealth manager, equity analyst, fixed-income strategist, or financial director. Ranked in the top five Masters in Finance Worldwide by the Financial Times (2022), this dual degree sets you apart from the competition in the highly competitive financial industry jobs market.