Entrepreneurship and Innovative Projects - 264 - Master's Year 2

Program Year


  • Entrepreneuriat & innovation sociale
  • Incubation et accélération d'une jeune entreprise
  • Fiscalité d’entreprise et statuts juridiques
  • Management de l’innovation & Méthodes de conception innovante
  • Boite à outils de la création
  • Conduite de projet et soutenabilité financière
  • Atelier entrepeneurial
  • Négociation et relation client


  • Droit et propriété intellectuelle
  • Pilotage financier
  • Stratégie à l’usage de l’entrepreneur
  • Marketing & présence digitale
  • Atelier Business Plan
  • Langue - Anglais des affaires
  • Méthodologie et initiation à la recherche
  • Méthodologie projet du voyage d'études
  • Mémoire

Academic Training Year 2023 - 2024 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

The program consists of 276 hours of courses spread out between September and March, 70 hours of entrepreneurship workshop, and 120 hours of Business Plan Challenge.

The main courses are: Business Models and Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation, Digital Marketing and Customer Relations, Innovation Management and Innovative Design Methods, and Financial, Fiscal, and Legal Management.

Students will have the opportunity to start their entrepreneurship project during this year of the Master's program. Students are advised to take advantage of the support provided by PSL-PEPITE and getting National Student Entrepreneur Status (SNEE). Students can also attend workshops and events put on by D-Start, the Paris Dauphine incubator.

Internships and Supervised Projects

There is a required five-month professionalization period (to begin in April).

Students holding National Student Entrepreneur Status (SNEE) can, with prior permission granted on the basis of a dossier showing the maturity of their idea, spend the professionalization period working on their entrepreneurship project.

During the first semester (September to November), students participate in a “Learning by doing” entrepreneurship workshop. Students either work on their own design project (if they noted that they would like to do so when they registered for the Master's program) or collaborate with an entrepreneur or member of the entrepreneurial ecosystem on a solution to a challenge (designing a prototype, building a minimum viable product, carrying out an economic sustainability study, creating KPIs and assessment tools, doing a market analysis, designing a business model, structuring the supply chain, etc.)