MiM Global Economic Transformation & Technology

MiM Global Economic Transformation & Technology

At a Glance

Business managers with global experience and technological insight are changing the world. Rapid innovation, entrepreneurial endeavours, advances in marketing technology and the environmental demand for sustainable development practices creates an urgent need for new skills and management practices.

The new Master in Management, Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT), a two-year academic programme, will expose you to the managerial talents desired by companies serving the needs of sustainable development and meeting the challenge of disruptive change caused by advances in information and technology.

GETT will offer you direct access to the cities, communities and concepts transforming the world of business. You can look forward to careers in consulting, business development and innovation management.

Through this programme you will gain international experience, opening your mind to the global business transformations driven by the current advances in technology. You will engage with the resident student body on each campus, Paris, Seoul, and Berkeley, to cultivate global thinking and fine-tune your critical, conceptual and innovative problem-solving skills.


Programme Length: 2 year academic programme
Language: English 
Location: Paris, France | Seoul, Korea | Berkeley, USA

Start Date: Early Sept-19 
Deadline to apply: 30-Jun-19 


  • Manage innovation projects
  • Direct the product development process
  • Develop a cultural and industry understanding of consumer needs
  • Master problem solving skills to bring original thinking to solve unexplored challenges
  • Integration into the learning culture and student experience of Republic of Korea and the United States of America


Completion of the programme will award you the following:

♦ EDHEC Business School:  Master in Management degree (Diplôme Grande École)
♦ SKK Graduate School of Business at Sungkyunkwan University: Master in Management Studies
♦ Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley: Diploma in Global Economic Transformation & Technology

Year 1: Sept. 2018 − May 2019


Strategic Management:

♦ Principles and Practice,
♦ Corporate Finance
♦ Cost Accounting & Management Control,
♦ Marketing Management,
♦ Human Resource Management.

► Plus 1 elective, including foreign languages and specialised seminars



♦ Contemporary Korean Society and Culture
♦ Business Ethics
♦ Negotiations
♦ Operations Management
♦ Law for Global Business
♦ Integrated Simulation Projects

► Plus a choice of any 4 courses, selected from the SKK Full-Time MBA Electives

Year 2: June 2019 - Aug 2020

S3-S4: Your Professional Immersion 

QUALIFICATION AND SPECIALISATION INTERNSHIPS: An outstanding opportunity to acquire your first professional work experience through two internships of 6 months each and to leverage your international profile through work experience.

Year 3: Aug 2020 - Jun 2021


♦ High Technology Marketing Management,
♦ Managing the New Product Development Process,
♦ The Lean Start Up,
♦ New Venture Finance,
♦ Opportunity Recognition: Technology & Entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley, Haas @ work

►Plus 1 elective, per semester, chosen from all departments at UC Berkeley





Average Age
Languages Spoken
Age Range


Previous Academic Background

4-Year BA
3-Year BA

Note that 4-Year BA or higher is accepted according to admissions criteria


Previous Academic Discipline

Business Management




“I am excited by the Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) and its ability to make the experience of learning exciting, cutting edge and meaningful to the economic and social challenges confronting the world today. As a Strategic Management scholar trained in Business History, I can see the importance to understand long term implications of technology transformation in our societies for future business leaders. On top of those wanting to join corporations to create the future of technology and business, many students of the present generation thrive to participate into venture creation or join mission-driven organizations. I wish to help them achieve their goals and look forward to meet them in a few years to witness their personal development and professional success. The development of this programme fulfils my purpose to create a platform to educate the brightest minds interested in the concepts transforming the world of business and society. The Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) track at EDHEC Business School was created in the spirit and the values of this Grande École: to train students to participate in the new economy by giving them a strong foundation in business management skills and exposure to the progressive trends impacting the world. I am impatient to accompany our students in a discovery journey through three continents and incredible cities and to collaborate with first class partner universities along the programme.”

— Ludovic Cailluet

Our teaching methods are aimed to give you the core competencies necessary to compete in a complex and competitive business environment. You will learn to deepen your analytical thinking, develop practical skills, and design creative strategies for business success.

Our methodology includes:

♦  Core curriculum 

  • Embraces the latest technology
  • Responds to trends in the market
  • Co-developed with leading business partners

♦  Blended learning

  • Tutorials
  • Lectures
  • Workshops
  • Seminars

♦  Applied learning 

  • Business Games
  • Case Studies
  • Entrepreneurship Projects

♦  Personal performance coaching

  • Interviewing Strategies
  • Teamwork Development
  • Intercultural Communication Skills


Professor - Strategic Management & Business History


Associate Professor
Management Control, Banking

PALOMINO Frédéric, PhD

Affiliate Professor

ANTIOCO Michael, PhD

Professor - Head of Faculty (Marketing)

UHLANER Lorraine, PhD

Entrepreneurship, Family Business

COISNE Christine, DBA

Associate Professor - MSc SOC Director



The course gives you what big data is and how its successful exploitation can deliver significant performance gains, a competitive advantage and a driver for innovation. You will learn to build and assess different types of decision models aimed at evaluating options, quantifying opportunities, optimizing decisions and maximizing performance.

The course addresses the following questions: what is the importance and what are the barriers to innovation? What are the key steps of an innovation process and what are the tools and techniques to master it? How to manage innovation in the long run? You will develop your innovative senses and capabilities by participating in the EDHEC Open Innovation challenge, during which you will work in teams to solve real business cases provided by operational managers from 20+ companies like Decathlon, Carrefour, Ubisoft, L’Oreal, Christian Dior, and PWC

CAPSTONE is a three-day business simulation aimed to incorporate the challenges of business development into cross-functional decisions; assess the relative importance of finance, marketing, R&D and management capabilities; and to monitor team dynamics and reflect on one’s learning process and contribution. Completion of this course will allow you to identify drivers of managerial success; optimise financial, marketing, R&D and management tools; and implement a total quality management program.

The objective of this course is to provide a solid grounding in the principles of corporate finance (capital bugeting, cost of financing projects, capital structure). You will learn to compute the cash flows of a project, compute the return of a project, understand the relation between risk and return of financial assets, estimate the cost of equity and the weighted average cost of capital of a firm, and understand the cost and benefits of debt financing relative to equity financing.

The course examines how the principles and techniques of cost and management accounting can help managers to monitor an efficient running of a business strategy. You will learn how management accounting information can be collected, analysed, disseminated and interpreted in order to make decisions, and make plans based on those decisions.

This course focuses on financial statement analysis. It is designed to equip students with a conceptual framework that helps them understand how businesses generate value and how this value is captured in financial statements. The use of financial statements is predominant for investors and creditors, and is also highly relevant to the decisions of managers, consultants, auditors, analysts and regulators. After completing the course, you should be able to measure wealth creation, the level of investment in working capital and capital expenditure, company financing, leverage and profitability. The course demonstrates how financial statement analysis can reduce uncertainty and increase confidence in business decisions.

Our foreign language courses are designed to help you understand how German, Spanish, Hebrew, Italian or Japanese is used in everyday life and in business situations. Completion of this course will allow you to read and understand written materials with specific contents concerning everyday topics, use appropriate expressions and behaviours in business situations, and grasp summary information and the relationships among the people involved.

Businesses engage with many different kinds of value that are important for various consitituents of society. For example, they can pay dividends, provide work and income, make products and services, consider the environment, avoid child labor, and so on. Multiple value creation has (re)gained the explicit attention of practitioners and scholars under the label of corporate social responsibility (CSR). In this course you will learn some of the strategic challenges this poses to managers, and the opportunities it promises for developing new business models.

This is an introductory course to the management of Information Systems (IS). You will learn the methods and techniques that are needed to understand, manage and use IS to achieve business performance.

You will learn how the legal environment impacts managerial decision-making. This course is not based on a technical approach of legal issues, but favors both institutional and organizational visions of how law matters for business strategy and operations.

A company’s human resources represent the most powerful form of capital for organizational success. Thus, the question is: how can one implement people management practices that facilitate individual and organizational effectiveness? This course will provide you with solid, evidence-based knowledge on Human Resource Management that is also actionable. You will learn about theoretical concepts and frameworks to help you in diagnosing the strengths and weaknesses of HR policies and identify ways in which the knowledge gained in the course can be applied in organizations to make them more productive. Completion of the course will give you a betetr better understanding of some of the essential aspects of working in groups; including team effectiveness, managing team diversity, handling conflict, and negotiation skills applied to both national and multicultural teams.

The purpose of this course is to give you fundamental knowledge in marketing. You will learn the role of marketing in the (global) organization and how to be responsible and well- informed decision-makers. In a context where marketing is often criticized for lacking (numerical) inputs, and sometimes even valid and reliable market data, our aim in this class is also to insist on creating financially-viable solutions for the corporate partner, Procter & Gamble, which will sponsor this fundamental marketing management course. Completion of this course will prepare you to successfully secure and hold any marketing management position within a company.

Pitch Academy helps you to discover, develop and hone your pitching skills. You will gain the ability to promote yourself in a concise, but yet impressing and specific way.  Completion of the course will improve your proficiency in public speaking and help you to stand out from the crowd.

The course focuses on understanding Operations as the function managing the resources of the firm and explores the development of new products, services, and processes predominantly carried out in project groups. You will gain insights into the role of project management and process management in different organizational contexts. Special attention is given to project planning, resource allocation, and tools useful in operations management, linking strategy, processes, and systems. This will help you to develop an understanding of the strategic role of operations as well as an appreciation for operations activities and how to improve them.

This course's primary objective is to help you answer several important strategic questions for companies or organizations such as What business shall we be in? How to compete for resources and create value? How to organize for and assess performance. We will achieve this using analytical tools and concepts. The course is organized mostly in tutorials with some lectures, both formats are meant to be interactive and value student contribution. We will work on relatively small groups of half-cohorts where students will work on case. Each analytical tool and concept will be introduced by referring to real-world business situations.



This  course  is  designed  as  an  introductory  overview  of  Korean  history,  culture  and  society  from  ancient  times to  the  present.  It  will  also  help  students,  who  do  not  have  prior  knowledge,  to understand the cultural norms, values and attitudes of contemporary Korean society. The course is divided  into  three  themes: History  &  Politics,  Culture  &  Society  and  Contemporary  Issues.  The  class  lectures  will  be  supplemented with  films,  video  clips,  slides  and  other  visual materials.

Business ethics is the study of business situations, activities and decisions where moral issues of right and wrong are addressed. The course will discuss the theories that underpin normative and descriptive business ethics, the relevance of ethics for managerial decisionmaking, cross-cultural ethical differences between different countries as well as the tools and techniques of business ethics management. 

This course covers theories and processes of negotiation, negotiation strategies, contextual factors in negotiation and other issues in negotiation.
Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

The international negotiation course gives you an opportunity to improve upon your ability to negotiate and influence others. The best way to learn negotiation skills is to actually negotiate in a safe environment that provides insights, feedback, opportunities for reflection, and where careful analysis is required. Therefore, this course is experiential; students receive hands-on experience in preparing for and negotiating in a number of different scenarios.

This course covers the nature and functions of law, including areas such as torts, contracts and intellectual property, as they pertain to the business environment. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to understand and apply rules of business law. Students will be asked to think critically by: identifying legal issues in given assignments; identifying the law applicable to those issues; analyzing the facts of the given situations in light of the applicable law; expressing the most likely outcomes of those situations; and explaining lessons the student learned from the assignments.

Integrated Capstone Project where you, working in teams, will be challenged to make sound business decisions that combines everything you learned during the semester.

*Please note that the list is subject to change; courses can be added or removed from the list without prior notice.



High Technology refers to that class of products and services which is subject to technological change at a pace significantly faster than for most goods in the economy. Under such circumstances, the marketing task faced by the high technology firm differs in some ways from the usual. The purpose of this course is to explore these differences.

An operationally focused course that aims to develop the interdisciplinary skills required for successful product development. Through readings, case studies, guest speakers, applied projects, and student research, students discover the basic tools, methods, and organizational structures used in new product development management. Course covers process phases: idea generation, product definition, product development, testing and refinement, manufacturing ramp-up and product launch.

Based on Haas Professor Steve Blank’s pioneering work, this course provides real world, hands- on learning on what it’s like to actually start a high tech company. This class is not about how to write a business plan. It’s not an exercise on how smart you are in a classroom, or how well you use the research library to size markets. And the end result is not a PowerPoint slide deck for a VC presentation. And it is most definitely not an incubator where you come to build the “hot- idea” that you have in mind. This is a practical class: Our goal, within the constraints of a classroom and a limited amount of time, is to create an entrepreneurial experience for you with all of the pressures and demands of the real world in an early stage start up.

This is a course about financing new entrepreneurial ventures, emphasizing those that have the possibility of creating a national or international impact or both. It will take two perspectives - the entrepreneur's and the investor's - and it will place a special focus on the venture capital process, including how they are formed and managed, accessing the public markets, mergers, and strategic alliances.

This course is intended to provide the core skills needed for the identification of opportunities that can lead to successful, entrepreneurial high technology ventures, regardless of the individual's "home" skill set, whether technical or managerial. We examine in depth the approaches most likely to succeed for entrepreneurial companies as a function of markets and technologies. Emphasis is placed on the special requirements for creating and executing strategy in a setting of rapid technological change and limited resources. This course is particularly suited for those who anticipate founding or operating technology companies.

The primary objective of this course and the associated innovation consulting projects is for students to learn and apply the approaches, skills, and behaviors required to successfully initiate and drive innovation in a complex organization. Students taking the course will use concepts and tools from several other foundational business courses, including Economic Analysis for Business Decisions, Strategic Leadership, Leading People, Finance, and Problem Finding Problem Solving. As important, the student teams are expected to deliver the highest quality work and deliverables, genuine insights, innovative solutions, and real value on mission-critical client projects.

*Please note that the list is subject to change; courses can be added or removed from the list without prior notice.


Socio-Cultural France takes a panoramic view of the socio-cultural complexity of the environments in which French business takes place. It uses an historical perspective to evaluate French industrial, retail, service and high tech businesses and draws links between educational and political ideals, the orientation of the French consumer, and strategic behaviours. After having taken this course you will be able to recognise and speak knowledgeably about contemporary France - its famous politicians, its social structure and its business dynamics.



This course covers topics related to cost analysis and management control. Topics include budgeting, the theory and practice of cost allocation, absorption and variable costing systems, standard costs and variance analysis, performance evaluation and incentive contracts. If time permits, we may cover in depth the design of management incentive contracts to influence management decisions and reduce potential conflicts of interest arising from moral hazard and asymmetric information problems.

Prerequisite: Managerial Economics, Managerial Accounting, Decision Modeling

This course introduces fundamental concepts and tools for investment and portfolio management. The course will have a practical flavor and will be of particular interest to those interested in the asset management industry, and/or those interested in investing on their own. The course will begin with special sessions on investment under uncertainty. Learning objectives include fundamentals of bond and stock valuation, market efficiency, investor irrationality, quantifying the relation between risk and return, asset allocation, and strategic portfolio management.

Marketing is customer-driven. At the core of superior marketing practice is a sincere concern for the customer - trying to properly understand and satisfy customer needs by tailoring offerings to consumer needs. The objective of this course is to examine the key theoretical frameworks and the basic psychological concepts underlying consumer behavior, with the goal of understanding how they can be applied in analysing marketing problems. The overall goal is to provide you with a set of ideas and approaches to consider when faced with a decision involving understanding consumer responses to your marketing actions.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

This course will equip you with the skill to address the pricing decision in numerous scenarios. The course integrates the concepts from economics, marketing and other business disciplines to provide you with a holistic approach to develop a pricing strategy for your firm. We consider pricing tactics of both differentiated and commoditised products in monopolistic and competitive environments. Price differentiation tactics such as direct price discrimination, time of use pricing, price promotions, quantity discounts and bundling will be discussed. Finally, we consider the consistency and interaction of pricing strategy with the rest of marketing mix. Specifically, we look at the pricing of product portfolio, impact of pricing on channel relationship, and the interaction between pricing and advertising.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

The course is the continuation of the Marketing Management course. The purpose of this course is to provide frameworks and tools to solve strategic-level marketing problems and to teach students how to create a detailed marketing plan. Taking the perspective of a senior marketing executive, the class will focus on marketing planning design, implementation, and evaluation. Our focus will therefore go beyond marketing tactics for a single product or service offering. Instead, we will examine the strategic level management of a firm’s marketing resources and capabilities in order to maximise long-run customer value that generate the greatest financial return for the firm. The pedagogical tools used in the course will be case discussion and a simulation game. Class lectures will be kept to a minimal.

This course covers the challenges faced by managers and employees when operating in culturally diverse environments.  The focus is to explore the vast cultural differences that exist across countries and to learn strategies to improve students’ ability to effectively work, communicate, manage, and lead in these environments.

Strategy research concerns the study of how companies can enhance their performance and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. However, strategy research has developed tools that can also be powerful when applying to one’s life. This course provides the participants with such a "strategy toolbox” ready to be implemented to their professional and personal life. The course is structured as a mix between strategy theories and practical applications, and it aims to make tangible improvements to your own life during the length of the course. Assessment of the course is based both on theoretical knowledge and on the practical results obtained during the duration of the course. In addition, there is a self-selected individual project dealing with either eliminating a problem from your life or doing something you have never done before.

This course shows how to develop a more flexible communication style to ensure your ideas are heard and understood in all situations. Key topics include characteristics of good Communicators, barriers to effective communication, non-verbal Behaviors, giving feedback exercise, and sample role plays.

This core course introduces the key concepts and principles underlying the preparation of financial statements. Topics include usefulness of accounting information, accounting cycle, income measurement, and valuation of assets and liabilities. With the completion of the course, students will gain basic proficiency in the interpretation of financial statements. This course provides a foundation for further studies in accounting and finance.
Prerequisites: None

This course examines how corporate and financial strategies can lead to the creation and maintenance of shareholder value. The practical application of strategies and the role of key value drivers will be examined using numerous examples. The issues of formulating a financial strategy to support the corporate plan and incentives and financial communication will also be covered.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

Mergers, takeovers, and reorganisations of control and ownership structure have a dramatic impact on corporations, and provide an opportunity for gaining insight into key corporate issues.  The course covers the dynamic interactions between corporate management, corporate directors, and outside investors in determining both the firm's asset portfolio and its financing strategies.  Students are expected to learn frameworks and financial techniques to analyze and to structure acquisitions, LBOs and other corporate actions.  The course will also focus on a set of case studies in strategic decision areas.

Prerequisites: Functional Core or Financial Management

The objective of this course is to introduce students to the applications of derivative securities in equity, interest rate, and foreign currency markets within the context of risk management. The course covers the issues of how to identify and measure financial risks and why financial risks should be managed, exploring the usage of traditional tools like forwards, futures, options, and swaps, along with innovative over-the-counter derivative securities.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

The primary objective of the course is to introduce several important topics about Brand Equity Management. This course will bring insight and understanding to the formulation and implementation of brand equity strategies such as the importance of building a brand's equity, and how to build, extend, leverage, guard, and grow brand equity. The primary emphasis will be on the "Brand" part of Brand Management rather than on the "4P's" for an individual brand.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

This course integrates your understanding of various tactical marketing functions from your core marketing management course (price, product, promotion, place and marketing intelligence) to develop a generalist approach to strategic issues that have long term implication for your company. This course focuses on developing your company's unique capabilities to serve your valuable customer and to work with your strategic partners. The course is organised around specific strategic marketing topics such as identifying and exploring growth opportunities, developing sustainable competitive advantage and competing for customer relationships. You will learn to identify key factors that drive a successful marketing strategy and to evaluate why other strategies fail.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

This course involves planning and leading organisational change. Effective strategic managers are both visionary and practical to translate long-range strategies into specific actions. In the strategy implementation process, managers make decisions about organisational design, administrative systems, and personnel in order to achieve greater organisational effectiveness. As with Competitive Strategy, we continue to emphasise developing skills in identifying, appraising, and planning strategy. The objective of this course is to equip you with the strategic thinking and analytical toolkits necessary to enhance organisational performance. The format for this course includes discussion of theoretical perspectives and analytical tools, complex case studies, and team presentations. The Competitive Strategy is a prerequisite for this course.

This course covers the nature and functions of law, including areas such as torts, contracts and intellectual property, as they pertain to the business environment. Emphasis will be placed on the student's ability to understand and apply rules of business law. Students will be asked to think critically by: identifying legal issues in given assignments; identifying the law applicable to those issues; analysing the facts of the given situations in light of the applicable law; expressing the most likely outcomes of those situations; and explaining lessons the student learned from the assignments.

Prerequisites: Foundation core courses

Builds upon concepts developed in Operations Management Module. Provides concepts and models to plan supply chains, with emphasis on key tradeoffs and phenomena. Provides exposure to key tactics such as risk pooling and inventory placement, integrated planning and collaboration, and information sharing. Uses lectures, computer exercises, and case discussions to introduce various models and methods for inventory management, supply chain analysis and optimisation.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

The objective of this course is to equip you with the skills in designing and managing the channels of distribution. The course introduces frameworks to examine some key decisions regarding design of channel structures such as selection of types of channel intermediaries, number of resellers to be used, targeted intensity of market coverage, desired channel length and breadth, and terms of contracts between channel members. We also examine the roles of various resellers at all levels of the distribution channels such as wholesalers, dealers, distributors and retailers, how their behaviors are affected by channel conflicts and power, and how to improve channel cooperation and productivity. The issues of multiple channels, franchise systems and electronic channels are also discussed.

Prerequisites: Foundation and functional core courses

*Please note that the list is subject to change; courses can be added or removed from the list without prior notice.



You are able to select one course per semester from any of the faculty departments at UC Berkeley

Get a hands-on introduction to the practice of data science using the R programming language. The course covers typical data science processes, including collecting, preparing, exploring and managing data; exploratory data analysis; data visualization using advanced graphics and interactive, web-based analytics applications; building and evaluating models and presenting results.

Entrepreneurs and small-business owners will learn practical ways to plan and execute cost-effective and innovative marketing strategies. Study social media marketing, including blogging, viral marketing, video marketing, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, word-of-mouth, networking and more. Guest speakers are a key component of this course; these successful, proven small-business owners and entrepreneurs share tips, secrets and strategies to help you gain a competitive edge and attract more quality customers to your business and website.

Learn to use emotional intelligence (EI) to communicate more effectively and improve your interactions with co-workers, staff and management. Through a combination of self-assessments, personal-reflection and group activities, scenario role playing, and interactive classroom discussion, you’ll gain exposure and practice using EI to successfully navigate various social and professional situations and settings. Upon completion of this intensive workshop, you receive a certificate of participation.

Learn to create, manage and execute pricing strategies and tactics to succeed in global markets. Examine the fundamentals and role of pricing, study concepts and best practices to capture product and service values, and explore the various pricing strategies and tactics to win in markets and to influence purchase decisions. Investigate how to optimize revenue and profit consistent with market and business strategies, evaluate and select the best competitive strategies, and learn how to organize and manage an organization to achieve world-class pricing across a global corporation.

Learn techniques to effectively produce actionable reports and visualizations from data and data sets. You research data sets from a variety of business disciplines using Microsoft Excel, Excel Add-ins, Microsoft Power BI and Google Analytics. Through hands-on exercises, you leverage statistical, data-mining and dashboard tools to create products that accurately convey crucial business trends and themes.

Whether you are already a product manager/product marketing manager or looking to become one, this introductory course provides the real-world knowledge and the tools you need to succeed. You learn practical techniques and solutions like identifying market presence, building consensus for a product idea, taking a concept into product development, learning about product launch, product positioning, sales enablement and managing a full product lifecycle. Additional topics include how to write a Product Requirements Document (PRD), market sizing, competitive analysis, pricing and packaging.

Understand the role of regulatory affairs in the course of clinical trials. In addition to learning roles and responsibilities, study how they interface between the professional and other departments and the regulatory bodies. Using case studies, master the various components and processes to enable a successful licensure of a biotechnology product.

Master the role of regulatory affairs in the successful licensure of products globally, including responsibilities and reporting relationships. Using case studies, learn to understand the similarities and differences in worldwide requirements for product licensure in the major markets and create a strategy for integrating the preparation for a timely, efficient submission.

Sales Development Representatives play a key role in growing new business for many companies. But the role is challenging and often fraught with frustration. In this two-day intensive workshop, reps learn valuable tactics to work with and qualify leads in order to rapidly increase overall effectiveness. Workshop topics include communication strategies, mock phone call exercises, recorded phone call appraisals and sales simulations to test new skills. Participants come away with a body of knowledge and new techniques that engender confidence and a much stronger acumen to evaluate and build customer relationships. Upon successful completion of this intensive workshop, you receive a certificate of participation.

Learn successful strategies to cultivate conditions that allow for swift implementation of sustainability projects within your company. Examine ways to integrate such conditions into an existing organizational culture. Topics include the essential roles of systems thinking, sustainability visioning, robust metric dashboards, cost-benefit analyses, community-based social marketing and strategic messaging.

Learn about the intelligent energy grid that supports today's green-energy initiatives. Study real-world value propositions, business perspectives and solution scenarios from business economics and technical practicalities points of view. Discover the evolution of today's power-distribution grid and the potential benefits from dynamically applying intelligence for improved efficiencies. This course lays a solid technical foundation for business professionals and a contemporary overview for technical staff; it is ideal for proposal staff, product developers, system managers and urban planners.

Explore various pathways to global environmental sustainability, examining commerce, culture, design, policy and individual actions. Focus on key concepts such as ecological footprint measurement, life-cycle analysis, cradle-to-cradle design, green energy, biomimicry and zero waste. Then, learn to apply these sustainable principles to your life.

Explore the theoretical implications of democracy and justice in this in-depth look at the structure of the U.S. political system. Analyze the basic workings of the Constitution and the institutions of the federal government, including Congress, the presidency, the judiciary and governmental bureaucracy. Examine the system of electoral politics—including parties, interest groups, social movements, public opinion and participation—as well as several areas of public policy: defense, foreign policy, civil rights and liberties, and social spending.

Explore the ways cultural groups have perceived, managed and conserved the American environment from colonial times to the present. Investigate how attitudes toward resource development and nature have shaped the environmental movement. This course satisfies the American Cultures breadth requirement for the UC Berkeley campus.

*Please note that the list is subject to change; courses can be added or removed from the list without prior notice.

Career Centre

EDHEC Career Centre helps you to master your career plan.  The Career Centre organises numerous training and recruitment events, on- and off-campus, to prepare you for challenging international recruitment processes and to help you network with potential employers. 

During your 2 academic years, you will benefit from a strong career support from your three institutions. This extensive offer will enable you to develop a local understanding of employment & career perspectives and prepare yourself to approach your future career in the best possible way.

EDHEC Business School

The EDHEC Career Centre helps you design your job-search strategy and assess your recent work experience and managerial competencies. It offers an integrated career programme designed for you to define and achieve your career goals: the Talent Identification & Career  Development (TI&CD) programme. Starting in the first semester of Year 1, GETT students benefit from the complete list of services offered by the EDHEC Career Centre. This includes the “digital brand yourself” workshop and “Map Your Career Week.” The services are offered for
the full length of the programme, including your time in attendance at SKK Graduate School of Business and the Berkeley-Haas School of Business. 

Career Centre activities include on-campus, off-campus and online events designed to strengthen your profile and performance during the recruitment and interviewing process. You will gain access to personalised coaching and individual interview sessions with EDHEC alumni.

SKK Graduate School of Business

At SKK Graduate School of Business, you may elect to participate in workshops or counseling offered by the MBA office. You will, therefore, have the chance to attend career-related activities such as: 

  • resume clinic
  • presentations on career-building
  • job search tips
  • attend company presentations
  • attend job fairs
  • localised career coaching sessions

Berkeley-Haas School of Business

The Berkeley-Haas School of Business offers a strong set of career services which will give you access to an understanding of the local realities.

♦  3 career workshops coached by professional business leaders. Topics may include: 

  • How to Network?
  • Building your resume
  • One on One interviews

♦  2h of 1-2-1 career counseling with professional Berkeley-Haas School of Business career counselors
♦  Monthly thematic networking sessions with current Berkeley-Haas students in and around specific student groups (e.g. Clean-Tech, Startups, Women in Business, etc.)

Every year EDHEC Career Centre organises a number of events throughout the year to give its students an opportunity to learn about job and internship opportunities offered by companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations where they might like to work with.

  • 120 corporate events across campuses
  • +110 companies at our Paris Career Fair
  • 40 companies, of which 50% are international, at our Finance Career Days
  • International Graduate Programme Day
  • Industry-specific events: luxury, audit, marketing, etc.
  • Explora Digital Certificate.

Learn more about the various events organised by career centre department. 

Programme Insights


- 23-03-2018
Hannah Bismuth, MiM Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT), shares her insights about living in Korea and her experience studying abroad at SKK Graduate School of Business (SKK GSB)   What do you love about being on a Korean campus, and why? The advantage of being on campus at SKK GSB is that I...
- 15-02-2018
  It was an honour to meet EDHEC alumni and hear their success stories about working at companies that I aspire to work for. In attendance were representatives from Google, Salesforce, LinkedIn, Amazon, Ignition Program, Cisco, Oracle, Viously, Digital Transformers, and Liberkeys. It can be easy to forget that...
- 26-05-2017
“My aim is to build on the culture of excellence pervading the Master in Management programme, in order to continue developing innovative programmes and pedagogy that respond to businesses’ ever-changing needs and also to develop engaged leaders who are ready to make an impact across the globe. I would also...

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  • FEES :  €48 400  for EU students & €64 000 for non EU students

► Please Note : Applications are received and evaluated on a rolling basis until 30th of June 2019.

Fees include : 
  • Tuition Fees
  • Access to all institutions' Career Centre with personal career coaching during your studies and for the duration of your professional life at EDHEC
  • Access, as a matriculating student, to on-campus facilities (incubator, learning centre, sports facilities, etc.)
  • Lifetime access to the EDHEC Alumni community
  • EDHEC Administrative fees

We are looking for intellectual talent with a history of achieving high-level goals.

♦  Bachelor degree (3 or 4 year or equivalent)
♦  GMAT, GRE or CAT (for Indian students only) 
♦  Acceptable English proficiency tests/certificates :

  • TOEFL Internet based ≥ 95  
  • IELTS ≥ 7

► English native speakers or those holding a degree taught in English (minimum 3 years) are eligible for an English Test waiver.

Admission to the EDHEC Master programmes is highly selective. Normal entrance requirements include: a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) from an accredited school, college, or university; academic excellence; superior scholastic potential (certified by GMAT, GRE, Tage Mage or CAT scores); and English language proficiency. Admission decisions are made on the basis of your overall profile as reflected in the application pack.

Successful  candidates come from a wide range of education backgrounds and experiences. They also display distinguished academic excellence, strong analytical skills, interpersonal competencies, international awareness, have proven motivation to undertake the programme, the capacity to make significant contributions to EDHEC Business School’s learning environment, and the potential to succeed as professionals, managers and leaders in the related field of study. The Selection Committee relies heavily on profiles, motivation letters, recommendation letters, and CVs.

The online service will enable you to apply for every Masters programme offered at EDHEC Business School - Master in Management (MiM) or Master of Science (MSc). Your application file will be processed by the Admissions Team and sent to the Selection Committee for appraisal. You will be informed by email of the evolution of your file including the final decision.

♦  If you are a new user, you must create your account / Sign up.
♦  If you already have an account (candidate EDHEC student), please jump directly to step 5 by clicking on the "Apply online" button. It means you are already in the system, so there is no need to "create your account".
♦  After creating your own account you will receive a validation e-mail. Click on the link provided in this mail to activate your account.
♦  You will then receive a confirmation containing your personal login and password.
♦  Once you register or if you already have a valid EDHEC account, access the online-application form and enter your login.

♦  Download the Application File

♦  Download the Scholarship & Financial Aid Form
♦  Download the Recommendation Letter Template
♦ The list of all the documents required can be found here

♦  To avoid losing your information during your application, please do not refresh the current page or go back to the previous one without saving your application first.
♦  Your application may be done in several stages. The information entered each time will not be lost.
♦  Before going to the tab "Payment", please check that you have not forgotten any element of your application file and that all the information is correct. Further modifications will not be possible after payment has been made.
♦  Application fees must be paid online.
♦  After validation, your application will reach to the final stage and no reimbursement will be possible, even in the event of your withdrawal.
♦  If you encounter any technical problems during the completion of your online application, please send an email to: Contact_iol@edhec.edu
♦  Important Note: Please use only ONE email address to submit your Online Application and to communicate with the Admissions team.


EDHEC offers various scholarships & financial aids based on merit and financial need of the student. The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs also offers a large number of grants and scholarships. Lastly, students accepted to EDHEC are entitled to apply for private loans to cover the cost of their tuition fees.

The EIFFEL Scholarship offers financial support to high-achieving international candidates. It awards about €1200 per month. The scholarship is financed and managed by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development

Who can apply:

Any students under 30 years with an excellence profile:

  • GMAT 650 or above (GRE accepted). Please note that it is not mandatory for programmes not requiring this GMAT test. 
  • Excellent academic records (GPA)
  • Strong motivation and clear objectives
  • Awards, previous scholarships, achievements etc.

When is the deadline: Complete applications must be sent to EDHEC before 1st December

More information:

EDHEC offers scholarships to support high-profile candidates based on the excellence of their academic profile, impressive experience and extracurricular activities. A request for financial aid must be made at the time of application via the Financial Aid & Scholarship Form.

  • Excellence Scholarship: tuition reduction of 30%
  • Distinction Scholarship: tuition reduction 20%
  • Foundation Scholarship: tuition reduction of 15%

Who can apply:

EDHEC scholarships are reserved for applicants with excellent profiles:

  • High GMAT score
  • Excellent GPA
  • Impressive extracurricular activities / memberships

When is the deadline:

  • Excellence Scholarship: before March 31st.
  • Distinction Scholarship: before June 30th.
  • Foundation Scholarship: before June 30th.

More information


for Indian Students

The Co-Financed Scholarship is a joint initiative of EDHEC Business School & Embassy of France in India. This scholarship is offered to two Indian students (2 scholarships of 50% for MiM Programmes) with an excellent academic background and clear career objectives. 

Who can apply: Indian students who have been accepted into EDHEC's Master in Management programmes with high ranks from our selection committee.

When is the deadline: Students should complete their application file before 31st March and if accepted, must confirm their seats before 21st April.

More information


for Russian Students

The Co-Financed Scholarship is a joint initiative of EDHEC Business School & Embassy of France in Russia. This scholarship is offered to the Russian citizens and to Russian students (1 scholarship of 100% for MSc programes) graduated from Russian Universities with an excellent academic background, clear academic vison and career objectives.

Who can apply: Russian students who have been accepted with high ranks from our faculty in one of EDHEC’s 1-year MSc programmes. 

When is the deadline: Students (applying for MSc programme) should complete their application file before 31st March and if accepted, must confirm their seats before 21st April.

More information


French Embassies offer a number of scholarships which are available for excellent students from all over the world. 

More information: Please contact the Cultural Service of the French Embassy in your country 


Campus France is a French national agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility. Campus France manages CampusBourses, a grant search engine that is an essential tool for financing your education in France.

More information: CampusBourses: grant search engine 


Les Bourses sur Critères Sociaux: This scholarship is available for both French and international students living in France for more than 2 years with very low income.

More information: Les Bourses sur Critères Sociaux (in French) 


















  • By Fongecif: EDHEC has particularly close ties with Société Generale, BNP Paribas, LCL and HSBC. 




  • Apply to: Deutscher; Akademischer Austauschdienst e. V. (DAAD) Referat 312 , Postfach 200 404, D-53134
  • By EDHEC exclusively for e-fellows.net students and Master Day participants
  • By BAföG  (for MiM programmes)




















































The International Students Office helps international students to resolve any administrative or transitional tasks (visa application, accommodation, insurance etc.) during their stay in France. 

Discover the International Students Office website

What are the deadlines to apply for the programmes? 

  • 30th June

Do you accept scanned documents?

  • Yes, you can make scanned colour copies of the documents required.

Should the application file and the two recommendation letters be typed or written freehand?

  • Recommendation letters: our templates can be used or written freehand.

Will I have an interview with the Programme Manager?

  • There is no interview for students applying for our MIM or MSc programmes unless the Programme Manager thinks it is necessary.

Can I apply for more than one programme?

  • It is possible to apply for two programmes.  A separate motivation letter is required for each programme.

  • English proficiency test
  • What are the expected scores?
  • TOEFL =>95 (/120)
  • TOEIC =>815 (/990)
  • IELTS => 6.5 (/9.0)
  • Cambridge Test of English => CPE

What is the EDHEC's institution code for the TOEFL?

  • Code: 0663

Can I apply for a waiver?

  • Waivers apply for native-English speakers and for those who have studied in English.

What's the difference between the MiM and MSc?

  • The EDHEC Master in Management is a 2-year programme designed for students under 29 seeking to increase their general management skills. Also known as "Grande Ecole", the programme awards students a double degree: Year 1: Master in Management degree and Year 2: Master of Science degree
  • Our MSc are specialised programmes accessible to students who wish to acquire a new knowledge in a specific field or further strengthen their existing expertise.

Is there any help for students on campus regarding housing?

  • Once officially enrolled, you will be assisted to find a suitable accommodation either in the EDHEC residence or in privately owned flats. You will also have access to our Blackboard system in which you will find much needed information to prepare your move to France. EDHEC's International Office is familiar with the VISA formalities of most countries and will provide you with the necessary papers. You may contact the International Office to express your concerns about your visa application, provided you have already checked the necessary pages on the Welcome Guide and contacted your local Embassay first. One of the requirements for most VISA applications is proof of accommodation in France. Again the international Office is on hand to provide you with a list of apartments, halls of residence and other types of housing according to your criteria. You can even "visit" them virtually using our new Housing website. The team will do everything they can to make arrangements with the owner and secure your reservation. It will also pick you up from the airport on your day of arrival (when possible) and take you directly to your new home.


GRE and Tage Mage accepted. CAT also accepted for Indian students only.

What is the EDHEC's code for GMAT?

  • MiM: "3QQWQ36"
  • MSc: "3QQWQ01"

Is GMAT compulsory?

  • The GMAT test is compulsory. Applicants with a solid work experience may apply for a waiver. However, GMAT waivers remain exceptional.

Why is GMAT compulsory?

  • EDHEC is accredited EQUIS, AASCSB and AMBA. We are obliged to maintain high quality among students and the GMAT is a good measure of this quality.

Can I add an unofficial GMAT score report to my application file?

  • You will get an unofficial score report immediately after the test and which you sould send to the admissions office. This document will provisionally be accepted in your application file.

Can I send the application file and sit the GMAT later?

  • Yes, but you do need to indicate the test date that you have set in your application file In this case, your application file will be kept in a waiting file until receipt of your scores.

EDHEC offers scholarships and financial aid to candidates with excellent profiles. External financial aid is also available to EDHEC applicants.

What is the EIFFEL Scholarship?

  • The EIFFEL Scholarship programme offers financial support to high-potential candidates of over € 1000 per month. Applications for the EIFFEL Scholarship need to be submitted to EDHEC before December 1st.

When the tuition fees must be paid?

  • Once accepted by the Selection Committee, you will receive by email a tuition fees payment's schedule. You must make your first payment in order to secure your seat into the programme and get your enrolment letter.

How does the financial aid apply to the tuition fees?

  • Financial aid applies to the second and third instalment for the MSc programme and to the second, third and fourth instalment for the MIM programme.

What is the EDHEC Career Center?

  • The Student Career Centre is dedicated to help students find a job or an internship. The Centre receives every year over 14 000 job and internship offers.

Complementary courses in French are offered to all international students enrolled in our MSc programmes. Our French classes cover all learning levels, from complete beginner to advanced study. The goal is to support your acculturation to French culture and give you the linguistic foundation—grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing and listening—to express yourself in the French language.

  • Class Size: 15 students per group
  • Contact Hours: 8 hours per week
  • Qualifications of the instructors: courses are delivered by an officially accredited French language teaching institution

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See also

The Master in Management, Financial Economics track is specifically designed for talents with a first degree in a numerate discipline seeking international careers in finance.
The Master in Management, Business Management track is specifically designed to provide you the academic background and competencies required for an international career in management.