Two leading teaching principles: multidisciplinary, intellectually challenging courses
Thanks to a clear architecture over 3 years (or 4 years with a gap year) the MGE delivers a solid core programme, based on the fundamentals of management and organisation. This block of general management skills is equally based on:
Increasingly demanding courses designed to consolidate knowledge throughout the curriculum The de-compartmentalisation of courses in order to master each discipline transversally, thanks to innovative teaching methods: multidisciplinary case studies, student centred courses putting content into context, rather than lectures, a teaching approach which optimises the assimilation of knowledge...
A rich choice of specialisations, springboard to your first job
More than 20 attractive specialisations, in connection with basic management disciplines or regional areas of expertise, are proposed at the end of the curriculum. Offered on both campuses, they are a springboard to a successful entry onto the job market. They conclude with research work, identical to that required by the greatest universities in the world, thus placing the student at the highest level of international academic excellence.
A double degree can replace the specialisation at the end of the curriculum: 12 double degrees are available in France and 18 double degrees abroad, giving students a wide range of opportunities. Personal development at the heart of the programme
Dedicated classes, individual guidance and opportunities to meet with experts…, the personal development of each student underlies the whole of the curriculum. This is made possible due to the approach inspired by the expectations and best practice of companies and implemented thanks to the expertise of our faculty. The objective? To help the student establish a clear vision of his or her career path, develop strong leadership skills and learn to make the most of their professional experiences. Live abroad, on and off campus
The MGE enables students to live an international experience on a daily basis, and not only during the time they spend abroad. Every year, our school hosts international students of different nationalities. On campus multicultural exchanges are omnipresent: classes, conferences, student clubs and societies… This immersion guarantees a true international experience and gives you the keys to develop your career anywhere in the world. A responsible and committed programme
The Master Grande Ecole seeks to train and guide students by giving them a sense of their individual responsibility: to be confident in the future, to take initiative, to have a sense of commitment, to listen and be part of a team. Thus, the curriculum includes, either as part of the core programme or as an option, through non-profit organisations for example, social projects with a view to developing one’s humanitarian or social character.
Being responsible also means having local involvement. Therefore, a master Grande Ecole student will also play an active role in society and the local community. Two main areas have been identified: helping secondary school pupils strive for their ambitions, and assisting entrepreneurs.