Our Master of Science in International Management and in Information and Communications Technology Business Management are DNM (Diplôme National de Master – National Master’s Degree) status as a “Masters in Management and Innovation.” It has also been recognized by the French Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation. Both are Level 1 qualifications within the French National Qualifications Framework (RNCP).
Taught in English over two years, the two Master of Science courses are designed primarily for overseas students with a B.A or Bachelor’s degree. They are also open to candidates already in employment. The MSc courses combine a wide range of theoretical and practical teaching with an introduction to research, including (among other options) the opportunity to write a research paper or an investigative study. On completion, students will be qualified to study at PhD level.
A Master of Science is a high-level formation and a specialization recognized in Industry and research. This formation is specially made for our international environment. Taught totally in English, a Master of Science is made up of three semesters and is completed by an internship that will be finalized with a professional thesis defense in research and development.
The MSc programs at Institut Mines-Telecom Business School equip managers, analysts and research scientists with the specialist skills required to integrate information technology into their ecosystem and propose innovative solutions in their area of work.
Studying on an MSc will give you a high level of skills and expertise specifically designed for international business that is recognised by industry and the research sector.
Totally in English, the course lasts 3 semesters followed by a business placement that will lead to you presenting a professional dissertation in research and development.
Executive Education Director
Institut Mines-Telecom Business School proposes four MSc programs, each lasting 24 months:
Within the scope of a MSc Double Degree program, module courses at both universities will be coordinated and course credits will be mutually recognized.
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