This master prepares you for management positions in private and public organisations. It develops your abilities to:
- integrate the theories and concepts of management for their effective and controlled application in a professional universe;
- situate organisations in their socio-economic and institutional context, in order to understand the interdependencies between organisation and environment and translate them into management decisions;
- integrate the realities of international competition into "socially responsible" management practices.
- have a bachelor degree in economics and/or management and you wish to strengthen your managerial skills;
- you wish to be enterprising and transform initiatives into economic or social realities;
- you seek decision-making and managerial positions;
- you strive for excellence in national and international management.
Your future job
Entrepreneurial ability, the capacity to transform initiatives into economic realities, to organise these activities and ensure their continuity, to find the necessary resources and adequately combine them: these are the skills that one expects from those wishing to assume responsibilities in the management of companies.
Our graduates can be found in the highest corporate management positions, as well as in consultancy, auditing, banking, industry (production and operations management) and environmental management.
During the course of this master, you will develop the skills necessary for mastering the complex and varied realities that companies encounter in the knowledge economy.
- will learn to model and formalise management problems and situations;
- will integrate the technological processes and master their application in the industrial world;
- will strengthen your language skills by taking a part of the courses in English.
The master 120 will be composed of:
- professional focus courses OR research focus courses in the main fields of management as well as seminars;
- a major, composed of 6 courses, to be chosen among the management fields;
- an exchange semester (highly recommended but not compulsory) or a semester of 6 courses including at least a language course and an option of 3 courses;
- an internship;
- a master's thesis.