Highly demanding programmes for functional and professional specialisation, benefiting from EDHEC’s research centres and prestigious sponsors.
9 months courses + 3 to 6 months internship – Lille, London, Singapore
Supported by Capgemini Consulting, this programme develops critical thinking, intellectual flexibility and the multidisciplinary approach required for working in consulting and strategy divisions at large groups.
This programme is designed for students who aspire to leadership positions in marketing. An in-depth study that involves working closely with our partner companies, including Carrefour, the SEB Group & Unilever.
Tailor-made for entrepreneurs and “intra-preneurs”, this programme provides students with the skills required to set up a company, and to launch innovative offers on the global markets.
A curriculum that responds to the increasing importance of creative industries in the economy. The course is provided as a partnership, including with Cirque du Soleil & HEC MONTRÉAL, and prepares students for social innovation jobs in sectors that generate emotive and social links, such as the arts, culture and entertainment.
This programme opens the doors to a career in business law, and prepares students for the roles of internal counsel or compliance expert in legal divisions at large groups. The course receives support from the EDHEC Legal Research Centre.
A comprehensive management course for senior managers working in a fast-paced, multicultural environment. Supported by Lactalis, the course covers the technical, operational, conceptual and management aspects relating to multiple functions at international companies
A comprehensive course in international management to prepare students for leadership roles in large companies & become reflexive managers. This programme may supplement an academic path in another discipline, such as engineering, agro-sciences or chemistry
New programme starting in September 17, it has been specifically designed to bridge the gap between data specialists and decision makers. Students get a unique opportunity acquiring a "common language" understandable by both data scientists and business management.