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MASTER in management Business management two-YEAR PROGRAMME 2014


LONDON LILLE

5 campuses PARIS

NICE

SINGAPORE


91

134

permanent teaching FacuLtY

NATIONALITIES ON CAMPUS

1/3

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

(49% international)

5

CAMPuSES

Lille • Nice • Paris • London • Singapore

20%

OF ANNUAL BUDGET DEVOTED TO ACADEMIC RESEARCH

6 000

StudentS

1/3

24 700 ALuMNI IN 120 COuNTRIES

OF STuDENTS START ThEIR CAREERS ABROAD


Why EDhEC? At EDHEC Business School, you receive not only a top education in business management but also real-world business and forward-thinking skills that set you apart from other graduates. You will learn from renowned management specialists and you will have the opportunity to put this new knowledge to work in some of the most prestigious and exciting companies in the world.

A GLOBAL BuSINESS EDuCATION

AN ELITE TEAChING AND RESEARCh FACuLTY

uNPARALLELED BuSINESS RELEvANCE

EDHEC Business School is recognised as one of the top institutions in the world for its international programmes, its partnerships with leading universities and business schools, and the diversity of its faculty and student bodies.

EDHEC’s teaching staff is made up of leading experts from around the world and includes some of the brightest researchers in the fields of finance, economics, financial analysis and accounting, and business law.

EDHEC’s close ties to business translate to exciting education, internship and career opportunities for students, in France and abroad. Top executive partners are involved in programmes and research projects to ensure real-world relevance.

#1

#4

in France for Education and Research in Finance

Le Point Magazine, 2010 and 2011

#12

Master in Finance in the world

The Financial Times, 2013

Master in Management in the world

The Financial Times, 2012

EDHEC holds the “Triple Crown” of international accreditations (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS) for its outstanding academic programmes, its strong links with the corporate community, its impressive global reach and its commitment to ongoing quality improvement.

CONTENTS Message from the Dean of Graduate

Law & Tax Management

20

EDhEC Career Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 01

Entrepreneurship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Campus & Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Business Management Overview . . . . . . . . 02

Global Business

24

Lille Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Year 1 - Foundation Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 05

European Apprenticeship Track . . . 26

Student Associations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Gap Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 09

Governance/Research/Faculty. . . . . . . 29

EDHEC Alumni Association . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Year 2 - Specialisation Year . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Governance

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30

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Research Impact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Strategy & Organisation Consultancy . . . 18

A world-Class Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Marketing Management

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Practical Information

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Admissions Requirements & Fees . . . . . . . 45


MESSAGE FROM THE DEAn of GrADuAtE StuDiES EDHEC Business School, founded in 1906, is among the leading business schools in Europe. It is widely recognised for its academic excellence, for the international impact of its research and for its unique synergies with the global business world. All of the school’s academic programmes draw heavily on these three strengths. The EDHEC Master in Management (MIM), the school’s flagship programme, is a two-year, full-time programme awarding a double degree—the Master in Management and the Master of Science. The programme, taught entirely in English, is specifically designed to prepare students for international careers in management. One programme option, the MIM European Apprenticeship Track, provides an opportunity to study while gaining valuable professional experience. Internationalisation is as much an EHDEC hallmark as is academic excellence. EDHEC has thus entered into 117 partnerships, seventeen of which are double-degree agreements, with leading universities and business schools in 31 countries. These partnerships enable our students to gain additional international experience by going on exchange or attending double-degree programmes at such renowned institutions as the London School of Economics, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business, IE Business School, Jiao Tong University and many others. As part of its efforts to be relevant to business—the school’s strategic outlook is encapsulated by the motto “EDHEC for Business”—EDHEC has also forged close ties with leading companies in France and abroad. Unilever, for instance, is Corporate Programme Sponsor for the MSc in Marketing Management, and Capgemini Consulting for the MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy. Such sponsors play active roles in classroom instruction, and their commitment ensures that the curriculum is always relevant to business. In a business world undergoing constant change, posing different challenges by the day, such assurances can only improve the professional preparation afforded students. In other words, EDHEC Business School offers its students an unrivalled opportunity to acquire the knowledge and experience to become leaders in their fields. In addition to being a touchstone for academic excellence, then, EDHEC aims to connect students and alumni with recruiters by creating synergies through a wide range of services provided by the EDHEC Career Centre; these synergies make the school a genuine recruitment partner. René Garcia Dean of graduate studies

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BuSinESS ManagEMEnT ovErviEw

The EDHEC Master in Management (grande Êcole) awards students a double degree—the Master in Management and the Master of Science. Taught entirely in English, this two-year, full-time programme is specifically designed to provide students with the academic background and skills required for an international career. Students acquire both managerial and technical skills and are prepared for the demands of the international job market. Business Management benefits from its close ties with leading companies and from the support of our Corporate Programme Sponsors: Capgemini Consulting and Unilever.

Year 1 is a foundation year that equips students with the technical competencies required for their gap-year internship and for year 2. In the gap year, students acquire practical experience through internships or take part in an academic exchange with a partner university. On completion of year 2, students are awarded a Master of Science with a possible specialisation in marketing, strategy, law and taxation, or global business and entrepreneurship. Depending on their professional goals, students may specialise in a specific field in one of EDHEC’s MSc programmes or go abroad, as part of a double-degree agreement, to study at a partner university.

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ExAMPlE: AnCA MIHAlACHE edhec 2013 (romania) Double Degree, Pepperdine University, Graziado Business School (USA)

MAStEr In MAnAGEMEnt yEAr

EUrOPEAn APPrEnTICESHIP

1

3 weeks in company, 1 week on campus Lille Campus semester 1

Lille Campus

paris Campus semester 2 yEAr1 lille Campus

GAP yEAr Internship and/or exchange1

paris Campus EDHEC Masters of Science

2

Business Management financial Management CHOICE 3

EDHEC CaREER CEnTRE

paris Campus

yEAr

CHOICE 2

GAP yEAr One-year internship

yEAr 2 MBA Pepperdine University

ExAMPlE: ArTHUr lUPKEr edhec 2010 (netherlands) Store manager, louis Vuitton, The netherlands

CHOICE 1

Exchange at partner University3

Double Degree at partner University2

yEAr 1 lille Campus

Lille Campus EDHEC Masters of Science Marketing Management Strategy & Organisation Consultancy Law & Tax Management Entrepreneurship Global Business

GAP yEAr One-year internship at louis Vuitton Benelux

1 Examples of gap-year exchanges: • Hong Kong University of Sciences & Technology • Singapore Management University •ITSEM (Mexico). More information page 10 2 Examples of double degrees: • London School of Economics (LSE) • Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok • Maastricht University, School of Business & Economics. More information page 14 3 Examples of exchanges in the final year of study (Year 2): • IE Business School • Texas A&M University • Universidade Católica Portuguesa, SASIn Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. More information page 14

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yEAr 2 MSc in Marketing Management


ClASS ProfilE By nAtionAlity

Africa Middle East Europe

5%

Americas

2%

77%

4% 12%

Asia Oceania

France

FrAnCE 77%

ABrOAD 23%

Of all the programmes offered at EDHEC, I chose the MIM BM, because it provides a solid foundation in management practices in Europe that I then apply during my gap-year internship. The internship is also a good chance for me to open doors to top organisations. luis felipe Garcia da Silva (Brazil)—2011 MiM BM Student InTErn, rESEArCH AnAlYST, MICHEl DYEnS & CO—FrAnCE

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yEAr 1 05

rESEArCH / fACulty

yEAr 2

GAP yEAr

The foundation year of the Master in Management, representing 60 ECTS, equips students with the technical competencies required for their gap year. The structure of the programme is based on three components: remedial courses (if necessary), core courses and electives. Upon completion, students will have acquired global competencies in all areas of business management.

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

In the first year, students will learn the fundamentals of business management through academic coursework and frequent interaction with business executives.

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

yEAr 1 FOunDaTIOn yEAr


yEAr 1 FOunDaTIOn yEAr

REMEDIAL COURSES (if necessary) Prerequisite - financial Analysis fundamentals (e-learning) Prerequisite - Accounting fundamentals (e-learning) Prerequisite - Excel (e-learning)

CorE MoDulES

Business Development & Innovation Business game: Capstone global Business Simulation Corporate governance & Corporate Social Responsibility Cost accounting & Management Control Finance Information Systems & Operations Management International Testing Techniques Foreign Languages Human Resources Management Legal Environment & Business Decision-Making Marketing Project Management Strategic Management: Principles & Practice

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yEAr 1

When taking the critical decision about which graduate school to go to, the most important criteria for me were the quality of the school, the faculty, the student community and the chances to find a professional and personal path that fit my goals. The recognition of EDHEC as a top business school by the international press, the innovative curriculum and the culture of the school did the rest.

GAP yEAr

Karine Allouche Salanon (france)—EDHEC 2000 DIrECTOr, WOrlDWIDE PArTnEr STrATEGY & COMPETE GrOUP, MICrOSOFT—US

ElECtivES Advanced Project Management

law & the Internet

Advanced Topics in Strategy: Capability Development & Growth Strategies

legal Aspects of Corporate Social responsibility

Advertising World

Management and Sustainable Development

Applied Corporate Finance

Management des Entreprises Culturelles et Solidaires

Art & Aesthetics: Marketing Application

Management of the Aeronautics Sector

Auditing

yEAr 2

luxury Markets

Managing Social networks

Banking Management

Managing the Sales Force

Big Data Analysis

Marketing Consultancy

Brand Management

Media & Democracy

Chinese Business Management

negotiation

Cloud Computing

Option Project

Competition law

Outsourcing

Criminal law

Política y medios de comunicación en América latina

Cross-cultural Management

Public Speaking & Debating

Decision Sciences

rESEArCH / fACulty

Marketing law

Category Management

Purchasing Management & Performance

Decoding and Understanding BrICS news

relationship Intelligence

E-Business: Getting the Most from the Intermediation Strategy

retailing Management

Entrepreneurship: International and Topic Aspects

Sales Techniques

European Tax law

Self-reliance

Financing and Promoting Sports

Solidarity & nonprofit Organisations

Hospitality Management

Strategies for Automotive Industry

How to Build a Dream Team

Technological Disruption

Human rights in Business

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

real Estate Investing

Doing Business in the Middle East & Africa

The Internal Market and European law

Integrating the Extended Enterprise

The Sole Proprietorship

International Commercial law

VBA for Excel - level 1

International relations for Business Students

VBA for Excel - level 2

la creatividad en España

07

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

The Economics of Art and Culture

Inheritance law


DurinG tHE MAnDAtory GAP yEAr, StuDEntS will ACquirE tHEir firSt intErnAtionAl worK ExPEriEnCE StuDEntS MAy AlSo CHooSE to tAKE PArt in An ExCHAnGE ProGrAMME At A PArtnEr univErSity

I didn’t realise the importance of the gap year until I had these two internship experiences. I spent the first six months in Montreal as a marketing assistant in a start-up. I am currently completing the second one at Christian Dior in Taiwan. These two experiences in different industries enabled me to choose the career I wanted to embark on. They are the reasons I have chosen to specialise in marketing in the final year of my studies. Shinpei wang (taiwan)—2011 MiM BM student InTErn, CrM ASSISTAnT, CHrISTIAn DIOr—TAIWAn

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GAP yEAr yEAr 2 rESEArCH / fACulty CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

The gap year offers students an outstanding opportunity to acquire their first professional work experience and to leverage their international profile through internships and exchange programmes abroad.

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

GAP yEAr

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GAP yEAr

ExCHangE ProGrAMMES Exchange programmes offer EDHEC students the chance to discover a new culture and language while taking courses at one of our renowned partner institutions around the world. These exchanges allow students to fulfil the requirement for a six-month experience abroad. A six-month internship will then round out the gap-year requirement.

EDHEC has signed 117 partnership agreements with leading business schools and universities in 31 countries

summer internAtionAL honors ProgrAm

StAnforD univErSity I’ve always viewed Asia as the ideal point of departure for my career, so I opted for an exchange at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), which also gave me the opportunity to find an internship there. rong rong (China)—2011 MiM BM student InTErn, JOHn HArDY JEWEllErY— HOnG KOnG

further eXchAnge oPPortunities: eXchAnges And doubLe degrees in yeAr 2 In their final year of study, students may also opt for an exchange or double degree at a partner university. Please refer to page 16

EDHEC has signed an agreement with Stanford Summer International Honors Program that gives students the opportunity to spend eight weeks on Stanford’s campus, where they will take courses in such topics as economics, innovation, statistics, communication, computer science and others.

EDHEC gives its students the chance to study at Stanford, one of the most prestigious universities in the world. In addition to new teaching and learning methods, I had an eight-week international experience rewarding in many other ways. This program enabled me to outdo myself, so to speak, by rubbing elbows with ambitious students demanding of themselves and eager to discuss their ideas and experiences. julien roustan (france) On ExCHAnGE AT THE COPEnHAGEn BUSInESS SCHOOl—DEnMArK SUMMEr InTErnATIOnAl HOnOrS PrOGrAM, STAnFOrD UnIVErSITY—US (SUMMEr 2013)

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oussama laroussi (Morocco)—2011 MiM BM student InTErn, COMMODITY DErIVATIVES AnAlYST & SAlES ASSISTAnT, SOCIéTé GénérAlE PArIS (SGCIB)—FrAnCE

These internships are also an opportunity for students to reflect on their choice of specialisation—marketing management, strategy and organisation consultancy, law and tax management, entrepreneurship or global business—for their final year of study. The work experience is a crucial step towards employment, as many students have found their current positions as a result of their gap-year internships.

toP rECruitErS—gaP-yEaR InTERnSHIPS Air Liquide Airbus ALcAteL-Lucent AmAdeus Atos bArcLAys bmW bnP PAribAs cArtier christiAn dior christie’s

cocA-coLA crédit AgricoLe dAiLymotion dAnone henkeL hermès ibm kmPg krAft foods L’oréAL Louis vuitton

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Lvmh microsoft nestLé Procter & gAmbLe Pwc société générALe sony totAL ubisoft uniLever

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

I realised that the gap year is invaluable and companies will most likely favour young applicants with a good deal of experience. As a result of my internships, I have acquired greater knowledge of finance and strategy and I will come back in September 2013 to do the MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy—my goal is to learn the techniques necessary to make an impact on companies and their strategic direction.

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

Gap-year internships afford professional experience and enable students to sharpen their focus on their career objectives.

rESEArCH / fACulty

yEAr 2

GAP yEAr

intErnSHiPS


for tHEir finAl yEAr of StuDiES, StuDEntS will CHooSE froM onE of tHE fivE MAStErS of SCiEnCE offErED By EDHEC StuDEntS MAy AlSo tAKE PArt in An ExCHAnGE ProGrAMME or PurSuE A DouBlE DEGrEE froM onE of EDHEC’S outStAnDinG PArtnEr univErSitiES

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yEAr 2 CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

On completion of the gap year, students return for their final year of studies ready to specialise or to gain additional international experience.

rESEArCH / fACulty

yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

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yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

StuDy ABroAD ExCHangES OR DouBlE DEGrEES Over the years, EDHEC has built sound academic partnerships with leading business schools and universities. We believe that the content of our academic programmes taught on state-of-the-art campuses in Europe and in Asia, combined with the involvement of the business community and the reputation of the school, is a key asset. EDHEC truly becomes a natural choice for talented graduate students who have excellent academic track records. richard Perrin ExECUTIVE DIrECTOr, InTErnATIOnAl rElATIOnS & MArKETInG— EDHEC BUSInESS SCHOOl

ExCHAnGE ProGrAMMES I chose to complete a one-semester exchange at the Indian Institute of Management of Bangalore in India and discovered a new way of studying, living and new cultures! I learnt a lot in this short period of time and took the best of it also by travelling throughout the country. I came back older and with great experiences and discoveries in my backpack. I would advise anybody to go abroad as much as possible, you learn much faster from all perspectives.

Students may complete a short-term or full-year exchange in their final year of study. These exchanges, which are not degree granting, allow students to explore new subjects and disciplines at such partner institutions as:

justin Servant (france)—EDHEC 2013 PrO JECT MAnAGEr , SPOrTS EVEnTS , rED BUll —MExICO

DouBlE DEGrEES Having the opportunity to pursue a double degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in London was great. Such double degrees are rewarding when looking for career opportunities and they make gaining international recognition easier.

EDHEC offers students the opportunity to obtain another degree from one of our 17 prestigious partners. A double degree responds to the needs for students to specialise in a specific field:

nathanaël tamaillon (france)—EDHEC 2013 DOUBlE DEGrEE, lOnDOn SCHOOl OF ECOnOMICS—UK AnAlYST, EUrOPEAn lOAn SYnDICATE DEPArTMEnT, SOCIéTé GénérAlE—FrAnCE

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EDHEC MAStEr’S ProGrAMMES In year 2, students may choose a specialised Master of Science in Marketing Management, Strategy & Organisation Consultancy, Entrepreneurship, Global Business or a llM in law & Tax Management. All programmes are taught entirely in English.

The MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy has been carefully designed to build competencies that top consulting firms

The programme seeks to offer students a global perspective on the relationships between companies and their legal environment, together with an in-depth understanding of the practice of business law. Drawing on the research done at the legalEdhec research Centre, it offers a practice-oriented and original curriculum designed for students who aim to work as business lawyers, in-house counsels or compliance officers.

ProGrAMME StruCturE Courses & Seminars

360 hours

46 ECTS

TICD programme

40 hours

4 ECTS

Master’s project

100 hours

10 ECTS

Internship* total

yEAr 2

The programme trains participants to become effective in both entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship. Students are encouraged to focus on business as a whole and to acquire the habit of looking at business from a broad perspective.

MSc in Global Business

The programme provides a strong foundation in management and thus prepares students to succeed in a changing, global and diverse environment. The programme is offered on the lille campus, but students complete their final month of study in lille, london or Singapore.

15 ECTS 500 hours

75 ECtS

*Mandatory 3-6 month internship. A full-time position replaces the internship requirement

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CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

MSc in Strategy & organisation Consultancy

llM in law & tax Management

MSc in Entrepreneurship

rESEArCH / fACulty

The rich cultural mix of the programme is a strength that offers students a global perspective. The programme provides an intensive introduction to marketing theory and concepts. Unilever, a world leader in consumer goods, has chosen to partner with the EDHEC MSc in Marketing Management.

market to their clients. Capgemini Consulting, the Corporate Programme Sponsor, helps students build a set of management skills while preparing them for the relevant realities, perspectives and challenges.

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

MSc in Marketing Management


yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

MSc In MaRkETIng MAnAGEMEnt

In PArTnErSHIP WITH

The MSc in Marketing Management is intended to prepare students for professional practice in the field of B2B/B2C marketing, digital marketing, the entertainment industry or luxury management. Unilever has chosen to sponsor the programme to guide students to top management positions by supervising real-time projects and providing access to managers for professional insights. It equips students with a wide variety of advanced knowledge and promotes understanding of contemporary strategic challenges faced by marketers.

LEaRnIng OuTCOMES

• Developing capabilities for research, analysis and synthesis; fostering strategic marketing thinking • Ability to manage marketing functions in digital business, luxury goods and services or branding • Ability to measure value and implement key performance indicators for marketing projects

CORE MODuLES

BiG DAtA StrAtEGiC AnAlytiCS

Overview of database management tools to capture, visualise and analyse the conversations about a brand on social networks.

BrAnD Portfolio MAnAGEMEnt

Understanding the brand equity concept and its management in a portfolio of brands.

CoMMuniCAtion StrAtEGy

review of communications in today’s environment: integrated marketing communication plan; creativity and media management.

ConSuMEr CulturE in MArKEt SyStEMS

Historical and contemporary development of consumer culture; consumer marketing, symbolic and ideological aspects.

CuStoMEr rElAtionSHiP MAnAGEMEnt (CrM)

Use of Salesforce.com to manage the relationships between a brand and its customers.

DiGitAl MArKEtinG

Introduction to state-of-the-art digital marketing campaigns that use social media and viral marketing.

innovAtion & ConSuMEr inSiGHtS

How to analyse consumer panels and implement market-driven and market-driving strategies.

KEy ACCount MAnAGEMEnt

Overview of practices to manage relationships with key accounts in a B2B environment.

MArKEtinG MEtriCS & SAlES PErforMAnCE

Concepts and methods of decision modelling to address product design, development, planning, and optimisation of strategic decisions.

MArKEtinG rESEArCH & MEtHoDoloGiES

Knowledge and skills for collection, analysis and application of quantitative and qualitative data in marketing and consumer research.

MArKEtinG StrAtEGy

Theories and practices of strategic marketing decisions affecting a firm’s long-term market positioning.

StrAtEGiES for EMErGinG MArKEtS

Introduction to key issues in multinational marketing management such as services across national boundaries and its adaptation to emerging markets.

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StrAtEGiC rEtAil MAnAGEMEnt

Focus on channel and retail management. Topics include: distribution strategy, multi-channel management, traffic management, retail image and communication, and e-retailing.

ELECTIvES

luxury BrAnD MAnAGEMEnt

An intense back-to-back module that provides a solid theoretical grounding for management of the complexities of contemporary luxury branding.

MEDiA & EntErtAinMEnt

learn the specificities of media and entertainment industries such as sports, music, cinema or culture.

SEMInaRS

BuSinESS EtHiCS

The seminar focuses on ethical issues faced by marketers.

StrAtEGiC lEADErSHiP

The course, an intellectual journey through top management, brings together the dimensions of management (leadership), strategy and governance.


EDHEC had the ideal combination of a compelling curriculum, an international environment and practical experience packed in a one-year programme. The programme offered a good balance between theory and practice. The challenging projects in cooperation with such companies as Orange, Intel or Unilever were especially inspiring and rewarding.

Passionate about marketing and eager to broaden my marketing knowledge and experience, I started my EDHEC adventure in 2010. From day one, my life was transformed in an inspiring mix of business cases, campus life, presentations and more business cases. Exactly what I was looking for! Anne-Sophie Kint (Belgium)—EDHEC 2011 CUSTOMEr COMMUnICATIOn & rElATIOnS OFFICEr, MErCEDES-BEnz BElUx—BElGIUM

Anja Semellechner (Austria)—EDHEC 2011 JUnIOr BrAnD MAnAGEr, HEInEKEn—THE nETHErlAnDS

2012 PlACEMEnt REPORT 66% found their first jobs through the EDHEC Career Centre

FrAnCE 59%

yEAr 2

loCAtion ABrOAD 41%

10% 71%

asia

Europe

(uk 24%)

53% Marketing/ Communication

23% Commercial/ Business Development

MAin inDuStriES

12%

19%

14%

14%

13% Telecommunications & IT

Luxury goods

Consulting

Food Industry

Consulting

10%

PR/advertising

toP rECruitErS cAPgemini consuLting chAneL PArfums beAuté coty de beers ernst & young euro disneyLAnd fAcebook heineken henkeL hermès

heWLett PAckArd inteL corPorAtion kPmg krAft foods kurt sALmon LongchAmP L’oréAL Lvmh mArc JAcobs mAZArs

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microsoft nieLsen Pernod ricArd Procter & gAmbLe Pwc sALesforce.com tAg heuer totAL uniLever uniqLo

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

MAin ArEAS

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

africa Middle East

rESEArCH / fACulty

19%

59%

France


yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

MSc In STRaTEgy & ORganISaTIOn ConSultAnCy In PArTnErSHIP WITH

The MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy has been carefully designed to take into consideration the competencies needed by top-tier consulting firms. Capgemini Consulting, the Corporate Programme Sponsor, helps students to build their capabilities in the field of management while preparing them for the realities, perspectives and challenges of the domain. The programme leads to a wide range of positions in large consulting firms, corporate strategy departments and to other careers that require critical thinking, multidisciplinary analysis of global management and an understanding of strategy-related issues about global management and leadership.

LEaRnIng OuTCOMES

• Developing the skills needed to manage demanding projects • Acquiring proficiency with the techniques to value companies • Using the right tools to strategically analyse critical business issues

CORE MODuLES

ADvAnCED CorPorAtE finAnCE

Acquisition of the knowledge and tools to value and assess companies and make sound financial decisions.

MArKEtinG & SAlES StrAtEGy

StrAtEGy & BuSinESS MoDEllinG

Making sense of critical concepts such as marketing accountability and customer lifetime value and engaging in segmenting, targeting and positioning of a product or brand.

Develop sustainable business models. Acquire the tools to make sense of the robustness of business models.

MErGErS, ACquiSitionS & StrAtEGiC AlliAnCES: PErforMAnCE MAnAGEMEnt

Making sense of the extent to which IT provides business value and helps companies reconsider their business processes.

Assess the advisability of mergers and acquisitions. Making sense of best practices in management of alliances.

it StrAtEGy

SEMInaRS

BuSinESS EtHiCS

Introduction to the methods used to enable change management at the organisational level.

orGAniSAtionAl PErforMAnCE: ASSESSMEnt & iMProvEMEnt

Tools to make sense of and enhance the human performance of companies.

The seminar tackles the ethical attitude of consultants and treats key ethical issues in consulting.

CoMPliAnCE & lEGAl PErforMAnCE

oPErAtionS MAnAGEMEnt & PErforMAnCE

The seminar seeks to equip students with the leadership ability necessary to deal with business issues in consulting.

CHAnGE MAnAGEMEnt

Unravelling the ways to exploit the legal environment and compliance obligations for performance.

Understand the dynamics of operations strategy, plan and control processes for successful supply chain management.

CrACKinG BuSinESS CASES: tECHniquES & CAPABilitiES

toolS for CASE StuDiES & ConSultinG ProjECtS

Tips, tricks and proven methods to crack business cases used during job interviews at consulting firms.

DuE DiliGEnCE

Students learn the strategy and tools to complete strategic due diligence vital to M&A operations.

finAnCiAl ACCountinG & rEPortinG

Evaluate a firm’s financial position to make appropriate decisions and make sense of financial statements.

Equip students with the tools for thinking and writing high-quality case studies and delivering consulting projects in line with the high standards of the top consulting firms in strategy and management.

riSK MAnAGEMEnt

Students gain proficiency with the tools for managing risks.

StrAtEGiC AnAlySiS & CritiCAl tHinKinG

Develop successful strategies for effective approaches to solving consulting problems.

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StrAtEGiC lEADErSHiP

BuSinESS trAnSforMAtion SEMinAr By CAPGEMini ConSultinG

real-life case studies familiarise students with project management, problem-solving frameworks and crisis management. Capgemini consultants provide feedback on student work.

BluE oCEAn StrAtEGy SiMulAtion

Students are engaged in the fascinating environment of the Blue Ocean Strategy concept. Using cutting-edge, innovative tools, techniques and methods, students develop their arsenal in strategy and innovation.


Through classes and workshops, I developed analytical, technical and interpersonal skills: key elements to tackle strategy and management challenges. The involvement of prestigious consulting firms such as Capgemini Consulting was a great added value to leverage my theoretical learning through best practices and business experiences sharing.

I chose EDHEC mainly because I liked the curriculum of the MSc. I felt it was the right programme to expand my existing skill set and learn more about economics, finance, marketing, operations, management and accounting. Manu Bishnoi (india)—EDHEC 2013 InTErn, TECHnIqUE SOlAIrE—FrAnCE

jean Héraud (france)—EDHEC 2012 COnSUlTAnT, CAPGEMInI COnSUlTInG—FrAnCE

2012 PlACEMEnt REPORT yEAr 2

81% found their first jobs through the EDHEC Career Centre loCAtion ABrOAD 30%

6%

24%

58% 70%

12% asia

americas (uSa 18%)

africa Middle East

Europe (Switzerland 18%)

France

Consulting

18% Commercial/ Business Development

11% audit/ Financial advisory

9%

37%

accounting/ Management Control/Finance

9%

13%

Consulting

Financial Institutions/ Banking/Insurance

audit

9% Distribution/ Retail/E-business

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sAXo bAnque sequoiA consuLting siA PArtners sociALbAkers société générALe soLucom soPrA grouP

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

42%

MAin inDuStriES

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

MAin ArEAS

rESEArCH / fACulty

FrAnCE 70%


yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

llM in lAw & Tax MAnAGEMEnt The llM in law & Tax Management seeks to offer students global knowledge of the relationships between companies and their legal environment, together with an in-depth understanding of the practice of business law in international law firms and corporate legal departments. The programme draws on the collective expertise of legalEdhec, a research centre led by distinguished professors of law who produce critical insight into the field of law and management. The programme also offers a practice-oriented curriculum designed for students who want to become business lawyers, in-house counsels or compliance officers.

LEaRnIng OuTCOMES

• Technical skills in dealing with business law and practice • Strategy skills in profiting from the corporate legal environment • Personal skills in sharing legal matters with business partners

CORE MODuLES

CAPitAl MArKEtS lAw

Concepts of capital markets law, French and European securities regulation, financial securities, admission to regulated markets, regulated information and public offering process and liability.

CoMPliAnCE & riSK MAnAGEMEnt

Compliance approach and methods, regulatory compliance, legal risks, risk management.

DrAftinG AnD EnforCinG intErnAtionAl ContrACtS

General and specific clauses common to all international agreements, law of international agreements and joint venture agreements.

EConoMiC AnAlySiS of lAw

Economic roles of contracts, decision-making under uncertainty; unilateral contracts; contract modification; liquidated damages and penalties; game theory; expectation damages; contract remedies; tort, contract and property; disclosure of information and transaction costs.

fAMily BuSinESS lAw

legal, financial and organisational issues related to family business.

intEllECtuAl ProPErty lAw in GloBAliSED & DiGitAl EConoMiES

Management of intellectual property rights in a globalised economy; trademark patents; copyright and domain names; IP rights legal disputes and innovation strategies.

intErnAtionAl tAx lAw

Principles of international taxation, tax treaties, international tax planning, transfer pricing and European tax law.

DuE DiliGEnCE

Management practices to assess risks and potential upsides for the buyer during a merger or an acquisition.

rEAl EStAtE oPErAtionS lAw

Basic knowledge and practical skills in the domain of real estate operations (construction, acquisitions, leasing and so on).

ELECTIvES TaugHT In FREnCH

inGéniEriE ContrACtuEllE

lAw, StrAtEGy AnD loBByinG

négociation et conclusion du contrat : offre et acceptation. rédaction du contrat : construction et assemblage. Gestion des incidents.

lEGAl PrACtiCE & rESEArCH

Maîtrise des techniques fiscales liées à l’impôt sur les sociétés et à la TVA. Transmission de patrimoine. Intégration fiscale : règles et techniques. Contrôle fiscal : procédures et conséquences.

legal environment as a competitive advantage, law as ressources, legal strategy, legal risk, legal function, creating changes in legal environment. Case studies take place in partnership with law firms and with legal departments of companies to critically asset—with research methods—the practice of law.

PrACtiCE of MErGErS & ACquiSitionS

Concepts, regulations and techniques of M&A including mergers, spinoffs and contributions; EU cross-border mergers; restructuring and cross-border restructuring and lBOs.

StrAtEGiES in litiGAtion, ArBitrAtion & ADr

Introduction to dispute resolution from a company’s perspective; negotiation methods and tools; mediation techniques; arbitration: legal framework and procedure.

ELECTIvES TaugHT In EngLISH

ADvAnCED CoMPEtition lAw: ProCEDurES AnD StrAtEGiES

Introduction to EU competition law and economics. Anti-competitive coordination, anticompetitive state subsidies, the abuse of dominance and merger control.

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inGéniEriE fiSCAlE

inGéniEriE StruCturEllE

Paramètres de choix d’une forme sociale et traits marquants. Focus sur S.A. et SAS. Structures de gouvernance. notion de contrôle. Maintien du contrôle : pactes entre associés. Instruments de prise de contrôle : cession et OPA. résultante du contrôle : création et fonctionnement.

SEMInaRS

BuSinESS EtHiCS

The seminar focuses on ethics for lawyers.

StrAtEGiC lEADErSHiP

The course, an intellectual journey through top management, brings together the dimensions of management (leadership), strategy and governance.


The programme has provided me not only with valuable theoretical knowledge through varying teaching methods but also with an understanding of how to apply the knowledge. The professors are passionate about their fields of expertise and unbelievably gifted in increasing your hunger for knowledge by flavouring the theory with interesting real-life cases, stories and details. The programme exceeded my expectations.

The programme emphasised both theoretical and practiceoriented learning and allowed me to gain academic insight from various practitioners’ points of view. I am grateful to EDHEC for providing me with such an excellent foundation for my career. naruttama Asavamanee (Thailand)—EDHEC 2011 AnAlYST, BAnK OF THAIlAnD—THAIlAnD

Maria Kangasniemi (finland)—EDHEC 2013

Legal & Tax

73%

54%

Legal & Tax advisory

9%

20%

ABrOAD 20%

9%

audit

Commercial/Business Development

firms involved in the programme

accounting/ Management Control/ Finance

9%

9%

to company representatives. Specialised lawyers and law firms such as Ernst & Young, Freshfields, linklaters, White & Case, Deloitte luxembourg and CMS Bureau Francis lefebvre have partnered with the programme to train future legal practitioners, as have such companies as AG2r-la Mondiale, Studiocanal and Tarkett.

Case studies based on the “One Firm/One File“ concept take a dynamic and pragmatic learning approach. law firms or company representatives, usually EDHEC alumni, introduce complex legal or judicial cases to students, who select cases and work on them before making presentations

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audit

ernst & young fidAL freshfieLds gide Loyrette noueL hogAn LoveLLs kPmg

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LAndWeLL & Associes LinkLAters Pwc tA J WiLLkie fArr & gALLAgher White & cAse LLP

RESEARCH / FACULTY

80%

FrAnCE 80%

MAin inDuStriES

EDHEC CAREER CENTRE

MAin ArEAS

CAMPUS & ADMISSIONS

loCAtion

Year 2

2012 PlACEMEnt REPORT


YEAR 2 specialisation YEAR

MSc In EntrEPrEnEurSHiP Through classroom instruction and activities with partner companies, students enrolled in the MSc in Entrepreneurship will learn how to undertake business ventures, complete buyouts or develop businesses. The programme offers an immersion trip to Silicon Valley, where students will gain insight into this unique ecosystem. Through active instruction, students are prepared for careers as entrepreneurs, top managers or intrapreneurs in organisations. This programme is directly linked to the EDHEC incubator, which offers unique conditions for business creation in the school.

LEaRnIng OuTCOMES

• Acquiring the ability to create ventures, develop existing business or manage buyouts • Developing an entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial mindset • Acquiring the ability to draft an appropriate business plan

CORE MODuLES

BuSinESS MoDEllinG

How to assess strategic relevance and craft a way of doing business while maximising value creation.

BuyoutS

Issues and challenges when acquiring businesses, partially or wholly, from their existing shareholders.

Methodology for effective business plan presentations.

intErnAtionAl BuSinESS DEvEloPMEnt

StrAtEGiC PArtnErSHiP & BuSinESS CooPErAtion

intrAPrEnEurSHiP: ACCElErAtinG GrowtH in lArGE CorPorAtionS

All questions related to entrepreneurial projects. It looks into the stakes of starting a business and examines the human dimension of entrepreneurship.

Understanding of international business, analytical and oral presentation skills, and ability to collect information.

Why is intrapreneurship one of the key factors of growth in major corporations? How to foster an intrapreneurial spirit?

lEGAl & tAx iSSuES for EntrEPrEnEurS

ConSultinG ProjECt in intErnAtionAl BuSinESS DEvEloPMEnt

Students discover the major legal constraints faced by entrepreneurs when starting or developing their business.

CrEAtivity & innovAtion toolS worKSHoP

A rigorous and in-depth understanding of entrepreneurship marketing concepts and techniques.

Students discover where and how to structure an international business development.

Innovation processes, creative thinking techniques, and presentation and engagement skills.

MArKEtinG for EntrEPrEnEurS

nEw vEnturE CrEAtion & EntrEPrEnEurSHiP

Aspects reducing the risk of failure at a later stage of a company’s development.

Introduction to the concept of entrepreneurship with insight into the new venture creation process.

EntrEPrEnEurS’ tEStiMoniAlS & ExPEriEnCE

PErforMAnCE MEASurEMEnt & MAnAGEMEnt

CyClE of EntrEPrEnEurSHiP

Students will have the opportunity to meet and talk with real entrepreneurs of various backgrounds.

EntrEPrEnEuriAl StrAtEGy

Motives to engage in strategic partnerships (advantages and disadvantages of alternatives).

finAnCiAl PlAnninG

links between operations and financial results.

SPEAKinG for BuSinESS

Topics include: constructing P&ls, balance sheets, cash-flow statements, business evaluation and financing dynamics.

Method and advanced uses of accounting information, behavioural issues of budgeting; and performance measurement and management control system.

PErSonAl ProjECt in tHE EntrEPrEnEuriAl worlD

Students select a competition or any event linked to entrepreneurship they want to participate in.

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learn how to design contractual agreements such as joint ventures or partnerships.

StArt-uP worKSHoP

SuCCESSful EntrEPrEnEurS’ SKillS

Students will acquire familiarity with the skills needed to become successful entrepreneurs. Introduction to the entrepreneurial mindset required to transform ideas into reality.

SEMInaRS

BuSinESS EtHiCS for EntrEPrEnEurS

How entrepreneurs should frame ethical issues related to business and the economy.

StrAtEGiC lEADErSHiP

How to manage and lead employees working in a new venture.

ELECTIvES

CroSS-CulturAl ElECtivE

Social business, social media, social responsibility, among other social topics related to entrepreneurs.

SiliCon vAllEy iMMErSion triP

Students will gain valuable insight into Silicon Valley, home to such leading companies as Google and Dailymotion. Organised in partnership with the University of San Francisco, the programme provides students with an in-depth understanding of the unique and vital ecosystem of Silicon Valley.


With some experience in start-up firms, and a growing passion for business creation over the years, I chose the MSc in Entrepreneurship. Coming to EDHEC, one of the best business schools in France, was the best thing I could do. From general management to specific entrepreneurial problem solving, the programme has been a stepping stone for my career.

The immersion study tour of Silicon Valley opened my mind to new ideas and taught me to accept the inevitable failures that come with the life of an entrepreneur. Mónica David Guirola (Guatemala)—EDHEC 2013 InTErn, KAnVIC BAnGAlOrE—InDIA

61%

France

23%

MAin inDuStriES

Consulting

20%

Consulting/ audit

FrAnCE 61%

Europe

50%

(uk 17%)

33% 17%

Commercial/ Business Development

33% americas (uSa 25%)

africa Middle East

23%

10% 17%

Marketing/ Communication

Distribution/ Retail/ E-business

Chemical/ Pharmaceutical/ Cosmetics

ABrOAD 39%

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rESEArCH / fACulty

MAin ArEAS

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

loCAtion

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

2012 PlACEMEnt REPORT 59% found their first jobs through the EDHEC Career Centre

yEAr 2

Ava Chen (China)—EDHEC 2012 ASSISTAnT PrODUCT MAnAGEr, l’OréAl lUxE—FrAnCE


yEAr 2 SPECIaLISaTIOn yEAr

MSc In GloBAl BuSinESS The MSc in Global Business aims to prepare talented students for the challenges of a steadily evolving, multicultural business world. The core modules are taught on the lille campus. Students then complete their final month of study in lille, london or Singapore. The training provides enhanced technical, operational, conceptual and managerial skills and leads to positions at international firms and in a wide range of capacities, including business development, product development, sales management, purchasing, customer services, logistics and operations, consulting, market analysis, digital business and emerging markets.

LEaRnIng OuTCOMES

• Doing business in a transnational and intercultural environment • Ability to assume international management responsibilities • Acquiring soft skills of use in global management

CORE MODuLES

InTErnATIOnAl COnTExT

intErnAtionAl orGAniSAtionAl BEHAviour

Introduction to cross-cultural issues in management and diverse organisational norms in doing business across national borders. TECHnIqUES OF GlOBAl BUSInESS

CorPorAtE StrAtEGy for intErnAtionAl BuSinESS

GloBAl finAnCE

Key topics of market finance and corporate finance in an effort to acquaint students with core concepts, terminology, analytical tools and techniques in understanding opportunity and risk.

Forecasting, planning, contingency and the constraints of multinational corporations are explored through case studies.

Country riSK AnAlySiS

Hands-on experience in country risk analysis through a structured approach to the analysis of sovereign and country risk in both mature and developing markets.

EMErGinG MArKEtS

Consumer and industrial markets emerging over the next twenty years are explored to identify opportunities, innovation and strategy for international and transnational corporations.

intErnAtionAl lAw & tHE intErnEt

the internet challenges the practice of law in the new economy.

A practical and professional perspective on how

GloBAl MArKEtinG StrAtEGy

A critical appreciation of the external forces affecting market entry and penetration strategies.

intErnAtionAl BuSinESS lAw

How law shapes the practices of contracts, employment, sourcing, and a host of other possible sources of litigation.

intErnAtionAl oPErAtionS

Coordination of resources, information, people and budgets is a central skill for people working anywhere along the supply chain. Key subjects are: logistics, outsourcing and resolving transnational flows.

MAnAGEMEnt of innovAtion

Via innovation theory and case studies, students will examine processes and outcomes of innovative techniques.

PErforMAnCE & intErnAtionAl ACCountinG

International accounting concepts and practices: Equity, transfers of funds, performance evaluation, efficiency, debt, pricing and policies.

quAntitAtivE rESEArCH & MEtHoDoloGiES

The course familiarises students with statistics, data acquisition and the use of tools for forecasting, analysis and decision-making.

SEMInaRS

BuSinESS EtHiCS

A reflective journey to consider how a code of moral and responsible conduct in any given field of study can become best practice in the field.

StrAtEGiC lEADErSHiP

A personalised approach to leadership to provide inspiration and examples and allow students to compare leadership styles and their advantages and disadvantages.

finAl oriEntAtion – OFFSHORE COMPOnEnT LILLE – MARkETING

LONDON – fINANCE

SINGApORE – BUSINESS DEvELOpMENT

Digital business

Portfolio management

Business development in Asia

Social media

Financial markets & funding

Innovation & product development

luxury management

International treasury management

Procurement & purchasing

Brand management

Corporate risk management

Country risk analysis

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yEAr 2 wenjuan Soleil li (China)—EDHEC 2013 PrODUCTIOn lEADEr, OxYlAnE—CHInA

Maria-Aikaterini Skoulikari (Greece)—EDHEC 2013 Hr InTErn, GUArDIAn InDUSTrIES—lUxEMBOUrG

ClASS ProfilE By nAtionAlity ABrOAD 47%

4%

12% 53%

2%

29% africa Middle East

Europe

asia

France

25

americas

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

FrAnCE 53%

rESEArCH / fACulty

The more general curriculum with a later specialisation appealed to me because it gave me time to touch on many topics, such as operations management, I wasn’t initially familiar with.

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

I chose the EDHEC MSc in Global Business for the reputation of the school. The programme helped me deepen my knowledge of global business and marketing.


EuroPEAn aPPREnTICESHIP trACK

EuroPEAn aPPREnTICESHIP trACK As part of the Master in Management, students may opt for the European Apprenticeship Track centred on the Paris campus. This 24-month track, which has placed more than 600 apprentices with 250 partner companies, offers a programme of study that meets the demands of both students and companies.

Students who have chosen this part-time programme (French is recommended) alternate one week of classroom attendance and three weeks in-company. Students receive a monthly salary and the remaining tuition fees are paid by the company. The programme, which accommodates constant rotations between EDHEC and companies, enables students to capitalise on the experience they gain.

The programme offers cross-disciplinary contents integrating such highly practical skills as knowing how to manage information flows in corporate finance, market finance, taxation and law management, marketing, Hr, consulting and project management.

For their final year of study, students may choose one of the following Masters of Science: MSc in Business Management (major in Marketing & Business Development or Organisation & Consulting) or MSc in financial Management (major in Corporate Finance or Financial Markets).

I chose the European Apprenticeship track simply because it combines one of the most competitive finance programmes in Europe and the opportunity to experience professional life for a period of two years before you actually graduate. Gabriel Puche lópez (Spain)—EDHEC 2013 FInAnCIAl AUDITOr, DElOITTE—FrAnCE

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2012 PlACEMEnt REPORT 67% found their first jobs through the EDHEC Career Centre loCAtion FrAnCE 85%

ABrOAD 15%

85%

33%

44%

22%

Europe

France

americas

(uk 17%)

19%

Consulting

Consulting Marketing/ Communication

audit/Financial advisory

12% Commercial/ Business Development

13%

19%

audit

10%

Financial Institutions/ Banking/Insurance

10%

accounting/ Management Control/ Finance

Distribution/ Retail / E-business

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deXiA ernst & young euro rscg ibm kPmg Lvmh mAZArs microsoft frAnce

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EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

18%

20%

rESEArCH / fACulty

MAin inDuStriES

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

MAin ArEAS

24%

yEAr 2

asia


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CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

The work of EDHEC’s governing boards, its research centres and its distinguished faculty reflects the school’s commitment to business.

rESEArCH / fACulty

GovErnAnCE/ RESEaRCH/ fACulty

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GovErnAnCE/ RESEaRCH/ fACulty

EDHEC GovErnAnCE As business relevance is at the core of our strategy, EDHEC has established numerous partnerships with leading companies. Business input is achieved through corporate programme sponsorships, research chairs and company presentations and involvement in the training of our students. Furthermore, three boards have been created to guide EDHEC’s international strategy and to ensure that activities dovetail with the needs of the global business community.

EDHEDHEC BuSinESS MAnAGEMEnt ADviSory BoArD

Julien Anfruns / General director, icom Delphine Bresson / general manager, international business development Lancôme, L’oréal Jean-Marie Culpin / Group marketing director, orange André-Benoit de Jaegere / vice-president, head of innovation & development, capgemini consulting

EDHEC intErnAtionAl ADviSory BoArD

franck Moison / chairman, edhec board and COO, Emerging Markets & South Pacific, colgate-Palmolive Bruno Bich / chairman, bic group, USA Christian fadier / vice-chairman and managing director, hollister incorporated, UK Stephen forcione / CEO, red fuse communications, global managing partner, WPP

René Garcia / dean of graduate studies, edhec business school

William k. fung / chairman, Li & fung Limited, Hong Kong

Andreas Hermann / VP, head of freighters, customer affairs, Airbus sAs

Candace Johnson / vice-chairman, neustar inc., co-initiator, Astra satellite system and ses global

Xavier Hochet / executive director, capgemini consulting Hugo kunetz / president north America, L’oréal Nicolas Liabeuf / vice-president, marketing, brand building, unilever Albert Mathieu / president, mars food europe Xavière phisel / associate director, sirca executive search Christian polge / general manager franchise operations, northwest Europe & nordics, coca-cola europe David Schwarz / e-commerce and multi-channel director, carrefour group Stéphane Thirion / general director, France, retail director and country chair Apple, Apple

kevin keller / E.B. Osborn professor of marketing, tuck school of business, dartmouth college Tony Magro / senior managing director, corporate advisory, evercore Abdullah M. Mazrui / chairman, mAZrui holding company L.L.c., United Arab Emirates Indu Shahani / principal, h.r. college of commerce & economics, Sheriff of Mumbai and board member, colgate india Richard Simonin / chairman, edhec board of governors and CEO, Limoni group, Italy José R. de la Torre / professor of management, school of business florida international university, USA

Lynda Tyler / senior vice-president, human resources Europe, fast retailing Anne Zuccarelli / associate dean for corporate relations & careers, edhec business school

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EDHEC EtHiCS BoArD

Marc Odendall / chairman, international ethics board and president, odendall foundation, Switzerland Claude Bébéar / honorary chairman, AXA Eric Bourdais de Charbonnière / chairman, michelin Jean de Nassau / prince of luxembourg, chairman, WssA vincent Montagne / CEO, media Participations vianney Mulliez / CEO, Auchan Bruno de pampelonne / IM CEO, tikehau and chairman, edhec Alumni Association philippe vasseur / former minister and chairman, crédit mutuel nord europe Olivier Oger / dean, edhec business school Benoit Arnaud / associate dean and director EDHEC Management Institute, edhec business school Stéphane Gregoir / professor of economics, associate dean for faculty and research, edhec business school Geert Demuijnck / professor of business ethics, edhec business school


RESEaRCH iMPACt Our motto, “EDHEC for Business“, reflects a commitment to businesses integral to the development of our programmes. The school’s ambitious research policy, itself a reflection of this commitment, has led to the creation of research centres whose expertise our programmes draw on to offer students an uncommon training ground on which to strive for excellence. Indeed, in addition to the research centres’ broader contributions to the curricula, the work of these centres provides students inspiration for their master’s projects.

MAStEr in MAnAGEMEnt

MSc in Entrepreneurship

MSc in Global Business

rESEArCH / fACulty

llM in law & Tax Management

lEGAlEDHEC rESEArCH CEntrE EDHEC rEtAil MAnAGEMEnt CEntrE EDHEC fAMily BuSinESS CEntrE

legalEdhec research Centre The content of the llM in law & Tax Management is enriched by the research activities conducted by legalEdhec, a pioneering contributor to the study of the role of law and lawyers in management and corporate strategy, particularly in company performance. Its work deals with legal performance in such fields as competition law, intellectual property law, corporate governance, and corporate structure. legalEdhec’s research is cited in numerous publications in journals both scholarly and professional. The aim of legalEdhec is to produce scholarly work, but it is no less important for it to be supported by companies and professional organisations. In this respect, the centre enjoys partnerships with the As sociation Française des Juristes d’Entreprise (AFJE), the Association des Avocats Conseils d’Entreprise (ACE), the Ordre des Avocats,

and the Business and legal Forum. legalEdhec also enters into contracts for research with such companies as Protiviti or Carrefour.

EDHEC retail Management Centre The centre takes an innovative approach, of use to both students and the industry, based on retailers’ economic and commercial models. Continuous development of information technology has substantial implications for economic and commercial models, as well as for market organisation. B2B and B2C relationships, supply chain choices or the nature of legal risks are modified. new integrated marketing strategies must be designed in this changing environment to create and maintain a competitive advantage. The centre’s objectives are to analyse these challenges and to develop tools and models to address these issues.

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EDHEC family Business Centre The centre serves as a platform for generating academic insight into analysis of the structure of family firms, their management and the governance practices that would promote innovation and high professional standards. Family firms are the most prominent feature of the business landscape in many countries; their inherent long-term stability contributes significantly to the economy. The centre’s primary goal is to reconcile academic research and the reality of family firms, making available pragmatic analyses of use to their owners, directors and management.

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy

CAMPuS & ADMiSSionS

MSc in Marketing Management


GovErnAnCE/ RESEaRCH/ fACulty

a wORLD-CLaSS fACulty The EDHEC faculty is an exceptional body of international experts who boast both scholarly and industry achievements. The members of the faculty, who have earned doctorates from the world’s leading universities and are considered experts in their fields, are devoted to expanding the frontiers of knowledge, as their outstanding track record of publication in leading academic and practitioner journals shows. They likewise author or contribute to innumerable professional books. visiting professors, adjunct faculty and professionals round out the faculty ranks. among them are:

Michael Antioco Professor of Marketing PhD in Marketing & Innovation Studies

Olivier Beddeleem lecturer in law PhD in law (expected in 2014)

Eindhoven University of Technology

University of Lille II

Mohamed Hédi Charki Professor of Strategy MSc in Strategy & Organisation Consultancy Programme Director PhD in Management

Christine Coisne Professor of Business Communication Skills & Cross-cultural Management D.E.A. in Business Administration

University of paris Dauphine

University of paris Dauphine

Christophe Collard Professor of Business law llM in law & Tax Management Programme Director Member of the legalEdhec research Centre D.E.A. (research Master) in Private law

Denis Dauchy Professor of Strategy PhD in Management University of Lille II

University of Lille II

Emmanuelle Deglaire Professor of law MSc in Entrepreneurship Programme Director PhD in law University of paris

Geert Demuijnck Professor of Ethics PhD in Philosophy

valérie Duplat Professor of Strategy PhD in Strategy

Catholic University of Louvain

Louvain School of Management

Björn fasterling Professor of law Member of the legalEdhec research Centre PhD in law University of Osnabrück

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Claire Grevet lecturer in Accounting MBA University of San francisco

Guergana Guintcheva Professor of Marketing MSc in Marketing Management Programme Director PhD in Marketing University of Montpellier


McGill University

florencio López de Silanes Professor of Finance Member EDHEC-risk Institute PhD in Economics Harvard University

European University Institute

valérie petit Professor of Organisational Behaviour & leadership PhD in Strategic Management Conservatoire National des Arts & Métiers paris

Joëlle vanhamme Professor of Marketing PhD in Management Science

vincent van peteghem Professor of Operations Management PhD in Applied Economics

Catholic University of Louvain

University of Ghent

Christophe Roquilly Professor of Business law llM in law & Tax Management Programme Director Director of the legalEdhec research Centre PhD in Private law

Cédric Manara Professor of law Member of the legalEdhec research Centre PhD in Private law

virginia polytechnic Institute and State University

University of versailles

Isabelle Sequeira Head of Culture & Society

Lorraine Uhlaner Professor of Management PhD in Organisation Psychology

Monique valcour Professor of Management PhD in Organisational Behaviour

University of Michigan

Cornell University

École du Louvre, paris

University of Lille II

Bertrand Monnet D.E.A. (research Master) in International Business Management University of Lyon III

EDHEC CArEEr CEntrE

frédéric palomino Professor of Finance PhD in Economics

Charles Lumbers Professor of Strategy ABD in Public Administration Public Affairs

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University of Montpellier II

pamela Lirio Assistant Professor of Management PhD in Management Science

Arnt verriest Professor of Accounting PhD in Business Economics

Anne E. Witte Professor of Culture & Communication MSc in Global Business Programme Director PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

Catholic University of Louvain

Graduate School of the City University of New York

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Sylvie Jean Professor of Marketing PhD in Marketing


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Americas Europe (UK 25% Switzerland 7%)

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The career centre arranges mock interviews and assessments and posts job and internship offers. Without the centre’s help it would have been a lot harder for me to get the two internships I got, first as a junior e-business consultant at Altima Interactive Ideas and then as a direct liaison to the head of web marketing and new technologies at BNP Paribas Corporate Investment Banking. joshua Karam (lebanon)—2011 MiM BM student InTErn, BnP PArIBAS—FrAnCE

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The EDHEC career centre is the one-stop shop for career development. The centre publishes job and internship offers, helps students prepare for interviews and organises numerous recruitment events on campus and off. Through the TICD programme, the centre also provides career assessment and counselling.

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EDHEC Career Fair with more than 120 participating companies Finance Career Days On-campus recruitment sessions On-campus company presentations Roundtable events—guidance on specific career paths. Panels made up of alumni and professionals Career chats and podcasts Business games

talent identification & Career Development Thanks to the career centre, I found an internship opportunity in France which fully corresponds to my interests and qualifications. The TICD training throughout the year equipped me with all the necessary tools to make it through the selection process.

The tiCD programme, the only one of its kind in European business schools, was developed by EDHEC to offer students valuable insight and tailored career guidance. Inspired by corporate best practices, the programme is designed to accompany students and prepare them for the international recruitment methods of major companies. The tiCD programme is recognised as one of EDHEC’s best practices by AACSB and EquiS. Concretely, it is organised around three fields of expertise: a pool of international career advisors, an online career platform and numerous opportunities to meet professionals and recruiters. It is a genuine career booster that enables young graduates to move quickly up the ladder. To ensure that students benefit from expertise and advice in their area of interest, the Career Centre collaborates with a group of thirty international consultants specialised in specific fields.

Alina Zubareva (russia)—EDHEC 2013 ASSISTAnT PrODUCT MAnAGEr, HACHETTE—FrAnCE

The TICD was an interesting experience. It identified my personality and potential qualities and enabled me to prepare well for job interviews; thanks to the career centre, I found two internships. xiang Zhang (China)—EDHEC 2013 InTErn, TrAInInG ASSISTAnT MAnAGEr, SAInT-GOBAIn—FrAnCE

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EDHEC BUSINESS CLUB

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EDHEC has established more than 110 corporate partnerships with multinationals as members of the EDHEC Business Club. Among them are:

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Student Associations EDHEC Alumni Association Practical Information Fees

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STuDEnT ASSoCiAtionS At EDHEC, with more than fifty associations, ranging from those for sports or charities to those for fashion and the media, there is an activity for everyone. In addition to providing opportunities for fun and excitement, EDHEC’s student associations are hands-on preparation for future professional responsibilities. Organising an event, leading a team and managing a budget are all essential skills for tomorrow’s managers.

Some of these associations, such as the raid EDHEC and the EDHEC Sailing Cup, have become internationally renowned. The Sailing Cup for instance, draws more than 3 000 students from the world over, including crews from uClA, Cambridge, oxford, HEC Montréal, queensland university of technology, ESADE and the university of Chicago.

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EDHEC AluMni ASSoCiAtion EDHEC for life!

Think locally, Act Globally

With more than 24 700 alumni in 120 countries, the EDHEC Alumni Association is a strong platform where exchanges of all sorts take place. Solidarity and sharing define the values of EDHEC alumni. As such, the association is dedicated to networking with alumni and companies. Also acting as a career booster, the association has introduced new entrepreneur-oriented services, including an Entrepreneur Club and the EDHEC Business Angels, which serve the increasing number of alumni create their own companies.

International clubs, coordinated by 360 EDHEC Ambassadors, assist newcomers in settling into the country, boosting the EDHEC network locally and enhancing its relationship with the global business community.

EDHEC Alumni makes every effort to build ties between the different generations of EDHEC graduates and to encourage discussion of professional and personal goals. Bruno de Pampelonne (EDHEC 1981) CHAIrMAn, EDHEC AlUMnI ASSOCIATIOn

Brigitte Cantaloube Managing director Yahoo! france

Jacques Guers President Xerox Europe

karine Allouche Salanon Director worldwide partner strategy & compete group Microsoft

Thibault Cuny President & CEO pernod Ricard Brazil

Marc Hämel Managing director Rexam Healthcare

Wissam farah Managing director Citigroup

Satish Jha Chairmain OLpC India foundation

philippe fortunato President & CEO Louis vuitton China Ltd

Hugo kunetz President north America L’Oréal

Laurent freixe Executive vice-president Europe Nestlé

Stéphane Lagut Partner Ernst & Young Japan

Emmanuel Guéroult Managing director EMEA Morgan Stanley

Éric Legros Executive director in charge of group merchandise Carrefour

Christophe Bonduelle CEO Bonduelle Thierry Boulfroy Managing director Total Singapore Delphine Bresson General manager for international development Lancôme - L’Oréal Luxe Michaël Burke CEO Louis vuitton

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Albert Mathieu President food Western Europe Mars Xavier Mufraggi CEO Club Med North America philippe Leopold-Metzger CEO piaget franck Moison COO emerging markets & South Pacific Colgate Gilles Normand SVP chairman Asia-Pacific Renault Nissan

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PRaCTICaL inforMAtion

intErnAtionAl rElAtionS offiCE

The EDHEC International relations Office provides foreign students with a number of services to help facilitate their move to France. The office assists students with all administrative procedures before their arrival, including visas, and also helps new students adapt. The office staff is ready to help students with questions pertaining to the French medical system, medical insurance and housing options.

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nationals of Eu member states

EU students may live and study in France with a national ID card. no passport or visa required.

non-nationals of Eu member states

Students coming from outside the European Union must have a valid passport and must obtain a student visa from the French embassy or consulate in their country of origin or permanent residence before arriving in France.

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The International relations Office assists students in finding suitable accommodations either on- or off-campus. The EDHEC student residence halls offer studio apartments. EDHEC has an extensive list of off-campus student apartments and private apartments for rent.

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Every year the International relations Office organises an orientation event and multicultural seminar to welcome foreign students to the EDHEC campus.

frEnCH ClASSES

To facilitate acculturation of international students, French courses are offered free of charge.

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aDMISSIOnS REQuIREMEnTS & fEES fEES tuition fees APPLicAtion fees

euroPeAn union students €28 500 €100

non–euroPeAn union students €30 600 €100

EDHEC Alumni lifelong membership included in tuition fees.

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3-YEAr BACHElOr’S DEGrEE Or HIGHEr* ACADEMIC ExCEllEnCE GMAT Or GrE SCOrE Or (for Indian students only) CAT SCOrE EnGlISH PrOFICIEnCY TEST (TOEFl, TOEIC Or IElTS) Waivers for native English speakers. How to APPly

Online at www.edhec.edu

international.admissions@edhec.edu APPliCAtion CHECKliSt

Completed application form Cover letter/essay CV A recent photograph Copy of passport

GMAT or GrE report English Proficiency Test report Certified copies of official transcripts and diplomas 2 signed and stamped recommendation letters

SCHolArSHiPS & finAnCiAl AiD

EDHEC offers various scholarships based on merit and financial need. The Excellence Scholarship, which covers 40% of tuition fees, is available to students with outstanding academic records applying before 31 March 2014. The Distinction and foundation Scholarships, which cover 30% and 20% of tuition costs respectively, are available to promising students applying before 30 June 2014. The EDHEC Alumni Merit Scholarship is also available to students with outstanding academic records from the United Kingdom or the United States of America.

Outstanding students admitted to EDHEC before 1 December 2013 may be nominated for the EIFFEl Scholarship. The scholarship provides a stipend of approximately €1 200 a month for the duration of the programme.

APPliCAtion DEADlinE: 30 JUnE FOr THE 2014 SEPTEMBEr InTAKE.

*Applicants with a 4-year bachelor’s degree may also apply for the EDHEC Masters of Science

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SINGAPORE

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