Join a 2-Year Master’s degree in Management in an international Business School.
Open up to the world and live an ever richer learning experience during your studies! Benefit from the EM Normandie experience wherever you are, develop your languages skills and become familiar with a multicultural environment.
Join the Le Havre campus during the 1st year, the ideal international campus which welcomes +1 000 international students each year. In the final year, access to the School’s 5 campuses in France and internationally - Caen, Le Havre, Paris, Dublin & Oxford - or join one of the +200 partner universities all over the world!
During the two years, specialise and professionalise yourself by opting for one of the 3 Tracks offered:
By following your work-study programme, you can immediately apply what you have learnt in class, become an employee of a company and get a job before the end of your studies. Benefit from a partial or total exemption from the tuition fees and get paid by your host company. Your salary is calculated according to your age and your level of training. Work-study programmes are available for international students under specific conditions.
By joining the multi-specialised work-study programme established over 3 or 4 semesters, accessible on the Caen, Le Havre and Paris campuses, you spend 75% of the year in a company and develop your expertise through the practical assignments you are given.
During the second semester of the final year, continue your multi-specialisation or strengthen your profile in your preferred field by choosing one of the 3 majors offered: Achats/Supply Chain, Marketing Digital or Finance.
New in 2021: on the Paris campus, follow your work-study Track 100% in English for 2 years.
Build your own career path by choosing the specialisation that will make you a true expert in your field.
During the first year, take a first semester of pre-specialisation in Caen or Le Havre in Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship/Innovation or Finance. Then embark on an international semester on the Dublin or Oxford campus, or one of the School's 200 partner universities.
Professionalise yourself by carrying out a consulting project entrusted by one of the School's partner companies or by doing a 2-to-3 month internship in France or abroad.
During the first year, develop your versatility, take advantage of a 100% English course in Le Havre, Oxford, Dublin or a partner university and open yourself up to an international career by mastering its complexity and challenges.
Professionalise yourself by working on an in-company Junior Consulting Project or by doing a 2-to-3 month internship in France or abroad.
The Year-5 specialisations and the Consulting Project of the Expertise Track and Global Track:
In your final year, become an expert in your field by choosing one of the 21 specialisations in the fields of business, auditing, entrepreneurship, information systems, human resources, marketing, communication, digital transformation, logistics, finance, etc.
12 of these specialisations are taught in English, 3 of which are offered as part of a work-study course.
With the optional Consulting Project, you can carry out high value-added assignments: market research, setting up an organisational diagnosis, supporting a business creation project, etc. Put on your junior consultant's suit and play a strategic role in the implementation of innovative working methods.
Recruitment events throughout the year
To help you integrate into the professional world, EM Normandie organises numerous recruitment events each year in partnership with its network of 5,000 partner companies: job workshops, jobdating, jobmeetup, short internship forum, etc.
You can also take advantage of over 70,000 internship and work-study offers, including 1,500 offered exclusively to the EM Normandie community members.
During my first three months at EM Normandie, I felt like I had chosen the perfect experience for me. I was impressed by the quality and variety of the courses taught by international experts. Thanks to the support of the International Department of the School and the many social events organised throughout the year, I was able to feel comfortable while discovering France and its culture.
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