Management Science: Magistère Year 1

Program Objectives

The objective of the Magistère in Management from Dauphine is to train highly adaptable students who are prepared to lead change in three years (L3-M1-M2). The program first launched in 1985 and offers a broad-based, career-oriented, international education.

Program objectives:

  • Instill cross-cutting and comprehensive knowledge of current business issues in future managers.
  • Give students the opportunity to contribute to a range of projects in various sectors during two non-consecutive internship years.
  • Devote a whole year to the international experience, offering students the choice of either a year at a partner university or a semester at a university and a foreign-language internship abroad.
  • Teach two modern languages in the curriculum: English (70% of courses are taught in English in the final year) and Spanish (suitable for beginners).
  • Encourage students to engage with the surrounding environment and the world by offering a wide range of associations, study trips, and classes focused on art, morality, business simulations, supervised projects, etc.
Types of education
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
60 credits
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Bachelor's degree
Academic Year