Program Year

Mandatory Courses

  • International Project Management
  • Change Management
  • International Business Law
  • International Corporate Finance
  • Project Management : principles and methods
  • Go to Market Strategies and innovation
  • Management Information Systems and digital strategies
  • International & Digital Marketing
  • Key transversal topics in International Business & Projects

Mandatory Courses

  • Global Strategy
  • Project Management Accounting
  • Organizational Behavior & Ethics
  • Master thesis
  • Business Research Methods
  • Cross-cultural management
  • Global Suply Chain Management
  • Business Analytics and Data Mining
  • Management Tools and Methods
  • Study trip
  • Expériences en entreprise

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program is offered in “apprenticeship” or “formation initiale”. It will run over a period of 15 months, from September to the end of November of the year N + 1. The program is delivered entirely in English.

Two tracks are offered:

Apprenticeship Track:
The apprenticeship track combines lessons and a practical experience through the apprenticeship. The schedule is as follows:

  • September: full time at university,
  • October to the end of March: Monday-Wednesday in a company, Thursday-Friday at university,
  • April to the end of November: full time in the company,
  • May: Study trip abroad (7 to 12 days)

Non-EU citizens can apply to this program ONLY if they are currently enrolled in a French university/school or holding a carte de séjour. Please check:

“Formation Initiale” Track:
The “formation initiale” track offers a program of courses followed by an internship. The restrictions of the apprenticeship track do not apply. Students who have completed an M1 at Dauphine may participate in academic exchanges abroad within this track.

  • 1st semester: full time at university,
  • 2nd semester: full time at the universityOr academic exchange abroad at one of Dauphine-PSL’s partner universities (eligible students – academic records and langage requirements).
  • Followed by a 6-month internship in an international context.

Students from all track are eligible to the optional summer-program in London before the start of the program (fees apply).

Internships and Supervised Projects