• Program Contents
Our innovative learning approach enables you to successfully manage the discomfort zones imposed by the program.
The learning experience is enriched by case study analysis, group dynamics, role-playing, company visits, live case studies, conferences by visiting foreign professors and guest lecturers with professorial experience.
In addition, an online platform provides access to 300 courses in English and French to deepen students' knowledge on course topics.
At level three, participants face their highest level of stress and need to prove to academics and professionals that they nonetheless understand the concept (level 1), but are also able to explain (level 2) and to apply it successfully (level 3).
|I. Adopting New Perspectives|
The first block fosters new ways of looking at typical managerial challenges through teamwork, appropriate theoritical considerations and practical examples.
|II. Gaining an Overview of Business Fundamentals|
The common theme of this second block is strategic change management in a complex and uncertain business environment.
|III. Developing International Business Sense|
The third block includes modules which are particularly critical to business success in a global context.
|IV. Carrying out Managerial Decisions|
Strategic cooperation with corporate and community partners provides an opportunity for interactive, real-time, on and off-site internationanl learning experiences. All thoughout the program, participants will implement individual and group decisions by way of meaningful actions.
|- Romania: Finance Seminar
A choice location for a seminar is fast growing Romania. A multinational corporate partner provides a live case study allowing participants a hands-on experience in problem analysis and solution finding. Students will be faced with a foreign GAAP and IFRS analysis they have to solve in one week and defend in front of financial experts.
- United-States: Strategy Seminar
- China: Multicultural Seminar
|V. Convince Academics and Professionals of Your Problem Solving Skills|
|Students must define a business research project in consultation with a Faculty member, which could be a dissertation or a research case study. A research methodology appropriate to chosen project needs to be designed subsequently. The student must demonstrate an ability to raise relevant questions and conduct theoritical and empirical research. The "grand oraux" are the occasion for participants to show their ability to solve problem solving projects in areas where graduates are not professionally experienced. One is especially dedicated to finance and another one focuses on marketing and corporate social responsability.
- Business Research Methodology
- Live Case Study with Problem Solving in front of a Jury of Professionals
- Finance Grand Oral
- Marketing and Corporate Social Responsability Grand Oral
- Defense of Dissertation
- Final Grand Oral