Global Management - 263 - (Magistère in Management Sciences Year 3)

Program Year


  • Geopolitics & Business
  • Espagnol
  • Supply Chain
  • Project Management
  • International Business Development
  • Compliance
  • Innovation - Start-up & Business modèle / Entrepreneuriat
  • Morale fondamentale
  • Corporate finance
  • Formation à la recherche


  • Espagnol
  • International Marketing
  • Marketing digital
  • Risque, contrôle et audit
  • Corporative Social responsability
  • Negociation
  • Management & Leadership
  • Définition de projet professionnel
  • Data & information system
  • Anglais /TOEIC
  • Formation à la recherche
  • Livret d'alternance

Academic Training Year 2022 - 2023 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program consists of around 400 hours of instruction, spread out between September and July. 75% of classes are taught in English.

The year is structured on a rotational model, according to the following pattern:

  • September to March: Monday and Tuesday on campus, Wednesday and Thursday at the workplace;
  • April to late August: full-time at the workplace.

The aim of the program is to ensure students learn excellent foreign language skills in order to deal with the international side of the business world and to help them take a holistic view of corporations and how they work. Two languages, English and Spanish, are studied by students in the program.

Internships and Supervised Projects

The program is only available as an apprenticeship program. The student's apprenticeship is closely followed by an advisor (usually a member of the university's teaching faculty).
Students must produce a professional-grade Master's thesis pertaining to their apprenticeship.

Over the course of the program, they also have the opportunity to undertake several mentored projects that will help them develop their project management and negotiation skills while gaining experience designing and launching a start-up.

They also attend an entrepreneurship seminar led by seven or eight program alumni, all of whom have started or acquired a company, which will give them occasion to reflect on the conditions required to facilitate the emergence of economic activity and business in a variety of industries.