Mainly, our Master in Management is:
EMLV is the only school in France to include a true transversal approach throughout its programme.
Transversality is a pedagogical method that is possible with the support of two other schools located on the same campus: ESILV (Graduate School of Engineering) and IIM (Institute of Internet and Multimedia). There are transversal weeks that are organized during the Master’s cycle.
During these weeks, students of all three schools work together on case studies confronting real issues for companies (Artificial Intelligence and citizenship, smart cities, industry 4.0…).
These are real strategic projects presented by companies that focus on challenges involving innovation or digital issue.
Being a world class manager not only means being up to date with modern business development practices, but also having the skills to manage an international team.
This dimension is another focus in the MiM programme: self-discovery and skills improvement help students reach their goals.
Sharing business simulations with students from all over the world as well as going through the MBTI (Myers–Briggs Type Indicator) will give them a Global Manager profile.
France, and in particular the city of Paris is one of the most attractive locations in the world to develop business and innovation.
The French market and its geographical location, the efficacy and quality of the workforce,the ecosystem favourable to innovation and R&D activity, the entrepreneurial drive and the quality of infrastructure are today’s indisputable assets, making France the ultimate export hub.
Paris is France’s leading economic region with the highest Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the EU28 (30.3% of French GDP and 4.5% of the European Union’s GDP) and one of Europe’s foremost business hubs.
It is also one of the most visited cities in the world, and commonly regarded as one of the most beautiful. According to the international ranking QS Best Student Cities, Paris is the seventh-best city for students in the world in 2019.