Double master’s degree programme in management & engineering

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Institut Mines Telecom Business School offers a distinctive educational environment, standing out not only for its renowned expertise in digital and managerial transformations, but also in the way managers and engineers have successfully blended together, working and studying on the same campus since its creation. The unique potential offered by the mixed nature of our learning community led to the development of the double Masters in management & engineering. This 4-year course allows you to obtain qualifications from 2 Groupe IMT institutions: a Masters in engineering from Telecom SudParis, Telecom Nancy, Mines Alès or Mines Nantes and the Grande Ecole Programme Masters in management from Institut Mines-Telecom Business School. Uniquely, our innovative double degree programme is available to both the engineering students at our foreign partner institutions and the management students at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School.  Made possible by strong links between our group’s schools, the programme is distinctive and rare in France.

Course structure


Compared to the 3 years usually required to complete the Grande Ecole Masters Programme, students taking the double master’s degree spend 4 years in total studying at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School and at one of the Group’s Engineering Schools (Telecom SudParis, Telecom Nancy, Mines Alès or Mines Nanterre).

During your 4 years of study (8 semesters), you will spend:

       3 semesters in each institution,

       1 semester studying abroad,

1 semester in-company

In France

M2 Production & Operations Management

M2 Marketing Research & Strategy Consulting

M2 Audit and Financial Advisory (Consulting)

  • IMT-BS may accept other M2 double degree options with Paris Dauphine University, but candidates are required to apply for these on an individual basis.

M2 Management Control Systems, specialism in Financial Planning & Business Analytics

M2 Management Control Systems, specialism in Management Control & Strategic Planning

  • Other M2 double degree options are possible at Evry-Val-d’Essonne University.

Under certain conditions, IMT-BS students can apply for a place on a double degree programme in management & engineering at one of the other Groupe IMT schools.

Abroad

  • Masters in Management Engineering. Escuela de Ingenieria de Antioquia (Columbia)
  • Masters of Science, KAIST (South Korea)
  • MBA, Virginia Tech, Pamplin College of Business (USA)
  • Master in International Management, TEC de Monterrey Campus Guadalajara (Mexico)
  • Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (MSc)
  • MBA or Master of Science, Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)
  • Université de Laval (certificate)
  • University of California, Irvine, Extension (certificate)
  • University of California, Riverside, Extension (certificate)

University of California, San Diego, Extension (certificate

Entry requirements - double degree programmes


Double degree programmes are open to students from Institut Mines-Telecom Business School with a Science stream (S) Baccalaureat (Mines-Alès and Telecom Nancy) and having followed the Science stream at Preparatory School (Telecom SudParis).  Candidates must not have previously failed the entrance exam to these schools.  Presentations are organised throughout the year to inform candidates of the application procedures.  

TESTIMONY OF OUR

Director of studies

“Our school understands what engineers do, in particular computer and network engineers.  We are part of the Institut Mines-Telecom Group, working closely with its engineering schools.  Since our beginnings in 1979, we have been on the same campus as Telecom SudParis engineering school, sharing our professors, students, the Students’ Union and a part of our administrative staff.  This historical agreement means that today we are able to develop managers who understand engineers and therefore work effectively with them”

Michel Berne, Director of studies at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School

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