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A programme placing the human element and experiences at the heart of its pedagogy

A programme heading to the top of the rankings!

  • Qualifications
    • Master (5 years of higher education)
      Diplôme visé - Grade de Master
  • Location
    La Rochelle, Tours
  • Accreditation
    • Certified by the French Government
    • CEFDG Grade de Master qualification
    • EQUIS
    • AACSB
    • AMBA
    • EFMD Master
  • Languages
    • English
    • French
  • Start date
    September
  • Format
    • Work-study
    • Full-time
  • Caroline Hermet
    Head of the Master in Management Caroline Hermet
    As the DNA of Excelia Business School, this study programme is structured around the values of commitment and responsibility, as well as the qualities of open-mindedness and curiosity.

    The aim of the Master in Management (MiM), Excelia Business School's landmark programme, is to encourage the development of knowledge and skills, training students to become responsible * managers, capable of operating in complex and constantly changing environments. The variety of our study tracks and the diversity of the experiences on offer, together with our intimate teaching approach, will offer you the opportunity to explore the world of tomorrow... whilst at the same time encouraging the development of your talents.

    *Responsible managers: combining economic rationale, social responsibility and environmental responsibility in an ethical manner.

     

    Why choose the Master in Management?

    • Lessons in Human and Social Sciences to provide you with an understanding of the World, the major issues, and the different relationships between individuals and groups of individuals
    • 2 civic and humanitarian projects to help raise your awareness of social issues
    • Humacité©: a project enabling you to develop the correct values to ensure you become a socially committed and responsible manager
    • Climacité©: a project focussing on the challenges of sustainable development and energy transition
    • Experiential and Personal Development (EPD): giving you the opportunity to build a unique study path
    • A strong international dimension including projects such as Cap Anglophone, Humacité©, Climacité©, internships, academic expatriation, 100% English Track
    • One to two years of professional experience by the end of the programme, via internships or work-study, providing valuable professional experience even before you graduate
    • A wide choice of specialisations in MiM Year 2: Classic Track, Work-study Track, French, English, double qualification, etc. 
    • A programme recognised by all stakeholders in higher education
    • Rankings: up 18 places in the Financial Times ranking, up 7 places in the L'Etudiant ranking, up 1 place in the Figaro ranking, the highest increase in the Challenges magazine ranking
    • Triple-accredited: a Master programme offered by Excelia Business School which is in the top 1% of Business Schools worldwide holding this ‘triple crown’
    • Our qualification has been endorsed by the Ministry of Higher
    • 15 double qualifications with our partner universities

    A specialisation for each and every professional project

    Right from the start of Year 1, you will have choices to make: in which country should you carry out your Cap Anglophone project, doing what? With which association or NGO will you carry out your Humacité© project? Will it be in France or abroad? Which country will you go to for your academic expatriation? Which specialisation should you choose? …

    Every year, you will have many different possibilities, with choices to be made.

    To help you make the right choices, throughout your studies you will receive support and guidance from a personal tutor. They will be on hand to guide you in the development and management of your personal and professional project. In addition, you will benefit from personal development tools (self-awareness, etc.) and professional development tools (CV preparation, mock interviews, etc.).

     

    BACHELOR LEVEL (UNDERGRADUATE): THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT & OPENNESS TO THE WORLD AND TO OTHER

     

    YEARS 1 AND 2

    Learning the fundamentals – all lessons are compulsory and adapted to a student’s profile and project via experiential projects:

    • Cap Anglophone project

    • Humacité© and Climacité© projects

    • Company internship

     

    YEAR 3 

    Depending on which year you joined the programme, there are 2 tracks available: International Track and Classic Track.

    International Track:

    If you joined the programme in either Year 1 or Year 2, you will spend both semesters of Year 3 on academic expatriation in the United States, in China, or at one of our 85 partner universities.

    Those who are feeling particularly determined can choose to study for a double qualification. So that you get the most from this expatriation on a cultural, linguistic and personal level, we limit the number of students assigned to the same destination. Of Excelia’s 170 partner universities, 85 are specific to the Master in Management programme.

     

    3 options for studying abroad:

    • Academic exchange: 2 semesters in one of our 85 partner universities, offering 15 double qualifications
    • Disney International Program – one semester at Walt Disney Resort (Orlando, USA): 1 month studying at Delaware State University and 2 online Harvard courses (30 ECTS credits), followed by a 6-month internship in an ancillary service at Walt Disney Resort in Orlando
    • Global Talent Track at our off-site study locations:
      Semester 1 at IONA College (New Rochelle, USA) followed by Semester 2 at Beihang University (Beijing, China) – a total of 2 study semesters, in complete immersion, including visits to local companies

     

    Classic Track

    If you join the programme in Year 3, you can choose to study either on the Tours campus or the La Rochelle campus, with a programme focussing on the fundamentals of Management and Humanities. You will carry out 2 civic and humanitarian projects – Humacité© and Climacité©.

     

    MASTER LEVEL (POSTGRADUATE): ENHANCING MANAGERIAL SKILLS & SPECIALISATION 

    From Year 4 of the programme (equivalent to year one of a Master qualification), you can choose one of 5 different tracks, ensuring your studies remain in line with your future project

     

    YEAR 4 – CLASSIC TRACK

    SEMESTER 1: BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

    Available in French and English, lessons focus on project management and development strategies.

    In line with the lessons of the core curriculum, you will carry out group work on an activity of your choice from the following:

    • Business Development Consultancy Project
    • Management of an association (real case)
    • Business Creation*
    • Applied Research on Organisations and Managerial Practices **

    * Possibility of obtaining a University Degree in Entrepreneurship

    ** Possibility of obtaining a University Degree in Research

     

    SEMESTER 2: ELECTIVES

    In Semester 2, you will design your own programme by choosing 5 electives (offered in French or in English) centred around the themes of Big Data, Innovation, Global Perspectives, Humanities and Research. 

     

    YEAR 4 – INTERNATIONAL TRACK

    Some of you may wish to boost your international experience by spending another year abroad, studying for a double qualification.

    Those students joining the programme in Year 4 can choose to spend one semester abroad at one of our partner universities or on one of our off-site study locations (IONA College in New Rochelle, USA or Beihang University in Beijing, China).

     

    YEAR 4 – WORK-STUDY TRACK  

    You can choose the Work-study Track as of Year 4, committing to a 24-month work-study period (Years 4 and 5). You will have to negotiate either a contrat de professionnalisation (professional training contract) or a contrat d’apprentissage (apprenticeship contract) with a company. This will give you the opportunity of adding a professional dimension to your studies by acquiring significant, real-life experience, whilst having your studies financed by the host company.

    Format: 1 week School-based/3 weeks company-based

    Note: There is also the possibility of carrying out work-study in your final year only (Year 5), for a period of 12 months.

     

    YEAR 4 – DSCG TRACK (LA ROCHELLE CAMPUS)

    The Master in Management provides you with equivalences in DCG (Diplôme de Comptabilité et de Gestion – a management and accountancy qualification) and Teaching Units 3, 6 and 7 of the DSCG (Diplôme Supérieur de Comptabilité et de Gestion – a leading management and accountancy qualification).


    By choosing the DSCG Track in Year 4, you will study 4 additional DSCG modules:

    • DSCG Gestion juridique, fiscale de l’entreprise 1 (Corporate Legal and Tax Administration 1)
    • DSCG Droit pénal des groupes (Company Law)
    • DSCG Droit social (Employment Law)
    • DSCG Gestion juridique, fiscale de l’entreprise 2 (Corporate Legal and Tax Administration 2)

    Depending on your choices in Year 4, in your final year you will select a specialisation in line with your professional project. This Master in Management specialisation will be carried out on either our La Rochelle or our Tours campus.

     

    YEAR 5 – WORK-STUDY TRACK  

    A second year of work-study for those that chose this track in Year 4. However, all other students have the possibility of opting for a work-study track in their final year only, for a period of 12 months.

    Format: 1 week School-based/3 weeks company-based

     

    YEAR 5 – CLASSIC TRACK  

    You will have 6 months of lessons focussing on a specialisation followed by a 6-month end-of-studies internship.

     

    Year 5 specialisations in La Rochelle – Work-study Track
    • HR Management

    • Brand Marketing and Brand Management

    • Sales & Marketing

    • Supply Chain Management and Control

    • Project Management

    • Audit and Consultancy (MiM/MSc double qualification)

    • Banking and Real Estate Management (MiM/MSc double qualification)

    • Sustainable Development and CSR (MiM/MSc double qualification)

    • Engineering Business Management (MiM/MSc double qualification): in partnership with EIGSI - La Rochelle Engineering School

    • Digital Marketing (MiM/MSc double qualification)

    • International Event Marketing and Management (MiM/MSc double qualification)

    • International Hospitality Management

    Year 5 specialisations in La Rochelle – Classic Track (lessons + 6-month internship)
    • International Corporate Finance
    • Brand Management
    • Sales & Marketing
    • Supply Chain Management and Control
    • International Business Management
    • Global Luxury Management & Innovation (MiM/MSc double qualification)
    • Destination Management (MiM/MSc double qualification)
    • Data Management
    • Audit and Consultancy (MiM/MSc double qualification)
    • Engineering Business Management (MiM/MSc double qualification): in partnership with EIGSI - La Rochelle Engineering School
    • Entrepreneurship (MiM/MSc double qualification)
    Year 5 specialisations in Tours – Work-study Track
    • Sales & Marketing
    • Management Control and Internal Auditing
    • Digital Transformation of Organisations

     

    YEAR 5 – INTERNATIONAL TRACK

    Le MBA Pittsburg State University (USA): In the final year of the programme, this unique academic exchange offers students the opportunity to obtain a MiM/MBA double qualification and to benefit from a one-year work permit for the United States.

     

    YEAR 5 – RESEARCH TRACK

    The Diplôme Universitaire Recherche (University research qualification) is carried out in partnership with the University of Poitiers. Year 5 students have the possibility of studying for this in parallel with the MiM programme, thereby obtain a recognised research qualification (the dissertation submitted for the Diplôme Universitaire Recherche is also valid for the MiM).

     

    A choice of campus: La Rochelle or Tours

    It is possible to transfer between campuses throughout the programme, depending on your choice of final-year specialisation and the location of your host company (for those on a work-study track).

    For both campuses, the programme is taught by teachers from Excelia, under the overall management of Caroline Hermet, Head of the Master in Management programme.

    FIND OUT MORE ABOUT TOURS CAMPUS

    FIND OUT MORE ABOUT LA ROCHELLE CAMPUS

     

    A unique academic exchange: Beijing and New Rochelle

    The Global Talent Track offers you the opportunity to live an exceptional experience by carrying out your academic expatriation at our two off-site study locations. Semester 1 is spent at IONA College in New Rochelle (USA) and Semester 2 at Beihang University in Beijing (China). During this year of study, you will benefit from on-campus accommodation in both universities.

     

    All you need to know about languages, assessment, lessons and your teachers

     

    Languages:

    • Years 1 and 2: French
    • Year 3: Language relative to chosen academic expatriation for students who joined in either Year 1 or Year 2
    • Year 3: French or English for students joining in Year 3
    • Year 4: Language relative to chosen academic expatriation (during Semester 1 / Semester 2 / entire year)
    • Year 4: French or English for students not on academic expatriation
    • Year 5: French or English depending on chosen specialisation
    • Work-study Track (24 or 12 months): French

     

    Assessment:

    Exams:

    • Continuous assessment (40%), End-of-semester exams (60%)
    • End-of-studies thesis, one of the main focusses of your final year
    • GEODE certification (Grandir, Être, Oser, DEvenir - Develop, Be, Dare, Become): this is an opportunity to demonstrate the coherence of your project, present your achievements and your job market analysis, whilst proving your communication skills

     

    Your teachers:

    The teaching Faculty of the Master in Management is made up of French and international research-active Faculty members.

    The research-active Faculty work with our laboratory, Excelia Lab, offering students innovative pedagogy. In addition, the industry professionals who teach on the programme focus on real-life business issues: they are recognised for their strong expertise in the fields of management.

     

    Types of lessons:

    Your core course modules are taught as amphitheatre lessons, with your entire year group. In addition, you will also have tutorials in smaller groups, depending on your chosen specialisation, language ability, etc.

    In the final year, if you decide to study for a double qualification with one of our Masters of Science (MSc), you will join the MSc classes (20 - 40 students per class).

  • Programme structure

    YEAR 1 (one year of post-High School education)   Français

    YEAR 2 (two years of post-High School education)   Français

    YEAR 3 (three years of post-High School education)

    YEAR 4 (four years of post-High School education)

    YEAR 5 (five years of post-High School education)

    September -December: Lessons
    January - February: Cap Anglophone project - 2 months
    Mars - Mai :  Lessons
    June - August: Humacité© project 
    September -November: Lessons
    November - December: Climacité© project
    January - May: Lessons
    June - August:  Operational internship

    INTERNATIONAL TRACK    Anglais

    FOR STUDENTS WHO JOINED IN YEARS 1 OR 2 

    September - June: Academic Expatriation - 2 semesters in a partner university

    CLASSIC TRACK   Français

    FOR STUDENTS JOINING IN YEAR 3 

    September - November: Lessons
    November - December: Climacité© project
    January - May:  Lessons
    June - August: Humacité© project - 3 months

     

     

     

    POSSIBILITY FOR A GAP YEAR

    CLASSIC TRACK   Français Anglais

    September - December: Lessons
    February - April: Lessons
    April - August: 5-month vocational internship / or 3-month internship + 2-month civic project for students joining in this year

     

     

     

    WORK-STUDY TRACK   Français 

    September - June: 1 week School-based/3 weeks company-based

     

     

    INTERNATIONAL TRACK    Anglais

    September - December: Academic Expatriation
    January - June: Academic Expatriation

     

     

    POSSIBILITY FOR A GAP YEAR

    CLASSIC TRACK   Français Anglais

    September - December: Lessons
    January - June: Management-level internship - 6 months

     

     

     

    WORK-STUDY TRACK   Français 

    September - June: 1 week School-based/3 weeks company-based

     

     

     

    INTERNATIONAL TRACK   Anglais

    September - December: Academic Expatriation
    January - June: Academic Expatriation

     

     

     

    Classes

    Year 1   Français
    • Methodology
    • Business Game
    • Human and Social Sciences
    • Principles of Economics
    • Marketing in a changing world
    • Company and Work Organisation
    • Communication in Business
    • Financial Accounting
    • Applied Mathematics
    • Introduction to Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
    • English
    • 2nd Modern Language
    • Preparation workshops for programme experiences
    YEAR 2 Français
    • Purchasing & Supply Chain
    • Strategy and CSR
    • Complex Negotiations and Sales
    • Business Computing with Microsoft Excel (Level 1)
    • Digital Marketing
    • Human and Social Sciences
    • Geopolitics
    • Professional Project
    • Statistics applied to Management
    • Corporate Finance
    • Cost Analysis
    • English
    • 2nd Modern Language
    YEAR 3 Français or Anglais

    Core Course Modules

    • Marketing
    • Finance
    • Sustainable Development
    • Law
    • Geopolitics
    • HR Management
    • Economics & Statistics
    • Strategy & CSR
    • Communications
    • Modern Languages
    • Individual Coaching
    • Business Game
    YEAR 4 Français or Anglais

    CLASSIC TRACK

    • Supply Chain Management
    • Project Management
    • Financial Management
    • IS Management and Web Development
    • Management and Leadership
    • Marketing Studies
    • Strategic Management
    • Modern Languages (English and optional 2nd Mod. Lang.)
    • Cost and Budget Management
    • Strategic Marketing
    • Business Ethics & CSR
    • Introduction to Research
    Electives (to be chosen from the following)
    • Machine Learning
    • E-commerce Business Analytics
    • The Fundamentals of FinTech
    • Artificial Intelligence and Decision-making
    • Business in the Digital Age
    • Data-driven Planning and Management
    • Sustainability and Digitalisation
    • Sociology of Consumerism
    • Neurosciences and Communications
    • Philosophy of Money
    • HR Management 
    • Sociology of Organisations
    • Social Entrepreneurship
    • Experiential Marketing
    • Auditing Techniques
    • Agile Management
    • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
    • Design-To-Cost (DTC)
    • Doing Business in Asia
    • Market Finance
    • Cross Cultural Management
    • Global Geopolitical Perspectives
    • International Economics
    • Business Eco-systems in France and abroad
    • Working with Latin America
    • Financial Analysis and Group Management

    WORK-STUDY TRACK

    • Management, Work and Starting a Job
    • Project Management
    • Financial Management
    • Supply Chain Management
    • Business Ethics & CSR
    • Marketing Studies
    • Strategic Management
    • Master Class & General Knowledge
    • Management Control
    • Global Geopolitical Perspectives
    • Strategic Marketing
    • Driving Change & Challenges
    • IS & Web Development
    • Management & Leadership
    • Introduction to Research
    • Modern Languages (Lang. 1 and Lang. 2)
    Year 5

    CLASSIC TRACK

    Core course modules

    • Research Methodology
    • Geopolitics
    • Business Game
    • Advanced Excel

    Specialisations

    Brand Management
    • Brand Management
    • Communications and Advertising
    • Digital Marketing Global Sales
    • Retail and e-Commerce
    • Innovation
    • Marketing
    • Cross-Cultural Customer Relationships
    • Dashboards and Reporting
    Sales & Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Dashboards and Reporting
    • Major Accounts
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • Commercial Law
    • Sales Force Management
    • Services Marketing
    • Complex Negotiations & Centralised Purchasing Management
    • B2B Marketing & Sales
    International Corporate Finance
    • Quantitative Methods with Excel
    • Portfolio Management
    • Debt and Equity Financing
    • Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Corporate Governance and Ethics
    • Global Economic Systems and Regulations
    • Financial Analysis and Reporting
    International Business Management 
    • International Transports, Logistics and Duties 
    • Internationalization Strategies 
    • Data Mining 
    • International negotiation and compliance 
    • Strategic sales management & customer experience 
    • International Accounting and Financing 
    • Entrepreneurship & Business development
    Supply Chain Management and Control
    • Advanced Supply Chain Management
    • Purchasing: Tools and Techniques
    • Transport and Logistics
    • Inventory and Procurement
    • Negotiation & Calls for Tender
    • Purchasing and Supply Chain Risk Management
    Data Management 
    • Big Data: Principles and Governance 
    • Big Data: Technology and Tools 
    • Databases and SQL for Data Science
    • Data Visualisation and Reporting
    • Legal and Ethical Framework for Data 
    • Data Mining and Machine Learning
    • Data Security: Standards and Practices
    • IBM Data Architect Certification

    MiM/MSc double qualifications *

    • Audit and Consultancy
    • Global Luxury Management and Innovation
    • Destination Management
    • Entrepreneurship

    * Note: Students studying for a double qualification follow the MSc courses for the entire year; they do not have any common course modules

    Double qualification with EIGSI - La Rochelle Engineering School:

    • Engineering Business Management

    WORK-STUDY TRACK

    Common course modules

    • Research Methodology
    • Data Analysis
    • Political and Social Dialogue
    • Organisation & Change Management
    • Business Game
    • English

    La Rochelle Specialisations

    (8 modules including CSR)

    Brand Marketing and Brand Management
    • Brand Management
    • Communications and Advertising
    • Digital Marketing
    • Global Sales, Retail and e-commerce
    • Innovation Marketing
    • Cross-Cultural Customer Relationships
    • Dashboards and Reporting
    Sales & Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Dashboards and Reporting
    • Major Accounts
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • Commercial Law
    • Sales Force Management
    • Services Marketing
    Project Management
    • Fundamentals of Project Management
    • Project Scope Management
    • Time Management
    • Resource Management
    • Stakeholder Management and Communications
    • Cost Management
    • Quality Management
    • Risk Management
    HR Management
    • Legal Framework and HR (Labour Law)
    • Social Management and HR Performance
    • Diversity Management
    • HRM and Occupational Health and Safety
    • Negotiation and Social Relations
    • Recruitment and Induction
    • International HRM
    Supply Chain Management and Control
    • Advanced Supply Chain Management
    • Purchasing: Tools and Techniques
    • Transport and Logistics
    • Inventory and Procurement
    • Negotiation & Calls for Tender
    • Purchasing and Supply Chain Risk Management

    Tours Specialisations

    (8 modules including CSR)

    Management Control and Internal Auditing
    • Extra-financial Reporting
    • Advanced Management Control
    • Strategic Performance Management
    • Consolidation
    • ERP: Presentation and Practices
    • Management Control using Excel and Visual Basic
    • Internet Audit and Risk Management
    • BI and Reporting Tools
    Driving the Digital Transformation of Organisations

    New specialisation: content in the process of being finalised – more details to follow shortly

    Sales & Marketing
    • Digital Marketing
    • Dashboards and Reporting
    • Major Accounts
    • Customer Relationship Management
    • Commercial Law
    • Sales Force Management
    • Services Marketing

    MiM/MSc double qualifications (La Rochelle) *

    • Audit and Consultancy
    • Banking and Real Estate Management
    • Sustainable Development and CSR
    • Engineering Business Management
    • Digital Marketing (study location: Niort)
    • International Event Marketing and Management
    • Entrepreneurship

    * Note: Students studying for a double qualification follow the MSc specialisation courses for the entire year; they do not have any common course modules

    The different courses and projects are provided for indicative purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next. The specialisations offered will only be available if the required minimum number of students is reached.

  • YOUR EXPERIENCES

     

    Experiences at the heart of pedagogy

     

    • EPD at the heart of the programme

    The objective of Experiential and Personal Development (EPD) is to assist you in defining and developing your personal and professional project. Combining educational content, the sharing of experiences and practical workshops, EPD will help you develop a global outlook and progressively prepare you to approach your first job with confidence.

     

    • Humacité© project: 3 months

    During your studies (Year 1 or Year 4), you will undertake a social, humanitarian or civic voluntary project in an NGO or an association, either in France or abroad. This is one of the unique features of Excelia, which is committed to educating students to become future managers who are both responsible and conscious of the importance of their role in society.

    Find out more

     

    • Climacité© project: 2 month

    Through Climacité©, our students will have the opportunity to make a personal contribution to the planet. The aim of the project is to raise awareness and educate students on the issues of environmental protection and how to effectively address climate change.

     

    • Student Clubs and Associations

    With a focus on both collective and individual accomplishment, student involvement in the various associations is in keeping with the fundamental values of Excelia Business School.
    Involvement in an association is compulsory and your contribution and commitment will be assessed at the end of the year. Students are supervised and accompanied throughout the year by the clubs and associations department.

    There is a range of projects to choose from, focussing on various themes, and they include many local or even national events. In addition, it is a great way to settle into school life and experience something unique.

     

    • Association Management

    This track is offered to some 50 students who would like to take up a position of responsibility by getting involved in the management of the School’s clubs and associations. If you choose this track, your timetable will be planned accordingly and you will receive managerial training in project and team management as well as personalised support to successfully carry out your projects.

     

    • Cap Anglophone

    This project provides you with 6 to 8 weeks of total immersion in an English-speaking country to strengthen your professional English language skills. It takes place at the start of the programme.

     

    • Gap year

    A gap year is optional and subject to certain conditions. The aim is to use this year to enhance your personal and professional project by carrying out internships or securing jobs that enable you to learn about, or further your knowledge of, the careers or industry sectors that interest you.

     

    • Internships: 12-15 months of experience

    Students on the Classic Track benefit from 3 internships, which can be carried out in France or abroad: 

    • a 3-month operational internship, at the end of Year 2
    • a vocational internship of 3-5 months, at the end of Year 4
    • a 6-month end-of-studies management level internship

    More than 60% of our students secure a job offer following their end-of-studies internship.

     

    • Work-study: 24 or 12 months of real business experience

    A real springboard for rapid vocational integration, carrying out your programme on a work-study track will enable you to spend an average of two thirds of your academic year working in a company.

    For more information about work-study

  • What is ‘Work-study’?

    Drawing on a network of local companies, the Master in Management programme offers a number of specialisations that can be carried out on a work-study track, over either 24 months or 12 months. Although the study format is different, the teaching content is exactly the same as that of the Classic Track.

    Choosing work-study is the key to acquiring significant professional experience. It is often a differentiating element on your CV, highlighting your first significant professional experience. During your work-study period, you will benefit from support and guidance from a School tutor along with a manager from the host company who will help you settle in. In addition, the role of this manager is to oversee your work and to ensure that the projects and tasks assigned to you are in line with your capabilities and knowledge. 

     

    Work-study in detail

    • Contract type: contrat de professionnalisation (professional training contract) or contrat d’apprentissage (apprenticeship contract) or convention de stage alterné (work-study internship agreement)
    • Format: 1 week School-based followed by 3 weeks company-based
    • Main objective: To combine theoretical knowledge with professional experience
    • Securing a contract with a company: The School provides you with the necessary search tools to assist you in your professional project. Once you have successfully completed the Admissions tests, you will have access to the numerous work-study offers available to our students.

    For more information about work-study

  • Graduate Testimonials

    Don’t take our word for it... listen to our graduates talking about their jobs!

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    Careers

     

    Length of time required to secure a job

    • 99% of our graduates find a job within 6 months of graduating
    • 60% secure a job contract before graduating
    • 23% take less than 2 months to find a job
    • 13% take 2-4 months to find a job
    • 4% take 4+ months to find a job

     

    Salaries

    • 38 K€ average annual starting salary
    • 49 K€ average annual salary after 3 years

     

    International

    • 85% find a job with an international dimension

    Our graduates work in all business sectors across the 5 continents.

    Principal countries are: Germany, United Kingdom, Mexico, Spain, Canada, Poland, United States of America, Luxembourg, Belgium, Panama, Chile, China, Ireland, Indonesia, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, India, Israel, Sweden.

     

    Our graduates work across a number of industry sectors

    • 29% Sales, including Engineering Business Management
    • 22% Communications, Marketing, Events
    • 16% Administration, Management, Finance, Audit
    • 12% Purchasing, Procurement, Logistics
    • 11% Human Resources
    • 4% Audit, Consultancy
    • 2% Information Systems
    • 1% Research, Development
    • 1% Senior Management
    • 2% Other

     

  • Tuition Fees 2020-2021

     

    STUDENTS FROM WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION*

    • €10,900 per year

    Additional fees for the MiM/MSc double qualification: €2,500

     

    *28 European Union members: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France and French Overseas Territories, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The United Kingdom.

     

    STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION

    • €12,700 per year
      Additional fees for the MiM/MSc double qualification: €2,500

    WORK-STUDY TRACK

    • Year 4 and Year 5: For the contrat de professionnalisation (professional training contract) and contrat d’apprentissage (apprenticeship contract), tuition fees are paid by the host company.

     

    The above fees are provided for information purposes only and are subject to change from one year to the next.

     

    Multiservice charge

    • Fee: €250

    This one-off Multiservice fee gives access to the following services: Multimedia and Internet network, Cyberlibris (online library), Student Identity Card, Reprographics credit, Intranet, e-learning modules, Wi-Fi, Career Centre activities and services, International Insurance-Assistance (for any periods spent abroad during the period covered by this contract), University library, University Medical Service etc.

     

    Financing your studies

    Click here for further details on the cost of studying

     

     

  • Admission for international students or French students living outside France:

     

    Apply for the Year 1

    Year 1 is open to students with a High School qualification (or international equivalent)

    Personal motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

    Application fee: €50

    Apply

    Apply for the Year 3

    Open to students with a minimum of 3 year post-High School education or international equivalent (120 ECTS).

    Personal motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

    Application fee: €50

    Apply

    Apply for the Year 4

    Open to students with a minimum of 4 years post-High School education or international equivalent (180 ECTS).

    Personal motivation interview is carried out by internet via our dedicated platform (day and time of your choice).

    Application fee: €50

    Apply

     

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    • Organise your arrival at Excelia
    • Enjoy a virtual visit of our campuses, the surrounding areas and the major tourist attractions

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