MiM Global Economic Transformation & Technology



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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 create an urgent need for new skills and management practices.

The 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 at prestigious institutions:


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

Start Date: Early Sept-23
Deadline to apply: 23-Jun-23


  • 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
  • Managing a Start Up
  • Financing a new venture


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. 2023 − May 2024


♦  Strategy and the Management of Innovation
♦  Big Data and Business Analytics
♦  Managing Human Capital
♦  History of Technology and Innovation
♦  Technology and Society
♦  Financial Statement Analysis
♦  Corporate Finance
♦  Marketing Management
♦  Business Games
♦  Korean Language


♦  Entrepreneurship


♦  Brand Management

♦  Equity Markets and Valuation
♦  Korean Business Language
♦  Creativity and Innovation
♦  Corporate Financial Strategy
♦  Marketing Analytics

► Plus a choice of any 4 courses selected from SKK Full-Time MBA list of electives

Year 2: June 2024 - Aug 2025

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: Sept. 2025 - Onwards


♦  Entrepreneurship Workshop for Startups
Data Science Applications in Finance and Accounting
♦  Marketing Strategy in a world of digital transformation
♦  The Business of Artificial Intelligence
♦  Innovation Strategies for Emerging Technologies
♦  Introduction to Financial Engineering
♦  New Venture Finance
♦  Opportunity Recognition: Technology & Entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley

►Plus 1 elective, per semester, chosen from any of the academic departments at UC Berkeley subject to availability





Average Age
Languages Spoken
Age Range


Previous Academic Discipline

Business Management

Key Figures (Internships)




Asia - Pacific



Main Sectors

Bank and Finance
Tech Companies
Media / Fashion / Luxury


Key Recruiters






“As a Strategic Management scholar with a background in Business History, I believe it essential that our future business leaders understand the long-term implications of technological transformation for society. The development of the Global Economic Transformation and Technology (GETT) programme fulfils my ambition to educate the brightest minds interested in those concepts transforming the world of business and society at large. The GETT track at EDHEC Business School combines the spirit and values of the Grande École: to equip students to participate in the new economy by giving them a strong foundation in business-management skills and exposure to the progressive trends affecting the world. GETT students will embark on a voyage of discovery, attending first-class classes in incredible cities on three continents.”

Ludovic Cailluet, director, GETT track

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

BARLATIER Pierre-Jean, PhD

Associate Professor


Associate Professor
Organizational Behaviour, Family Business



Professor, Member of the EDHEC Family Business Research Centre
Family Business, Business History, Strategic Management


Associate Professor
Financial Analysis, Banking, Management Control


Head of EDHEC Family Business Research Centre - Associate Professor

MONNET Bertrand

Research Director, Head of the chair Criminal Risks Management, Lecturer


Associate Professor
Corporate Social Responsability



The primary objective of this course is to help you answer some of the strategic questions that are important to companies and organisations. What business do we want to be in? How do we compete for resources and create value? How do we best achieve and assess performance? Which analytical tools and concepts should we use? The course is largely tutorial-based, with some lectures, to encourage interactivity and student participation. We will work on case studies in relatively small groups. Each analytical tool and concept will be introduced in the context of real-world business situations.

The aim of this course is to provide you with a solid grounding in the principles of corporate finance (capital budgeting, project financing costs and capital structure). You will learn to calculate the cash flows and returns of a project, to understand the relationship between the risk of and return on financial assets, to estimate the cost of equity and the weighted average cost of capital of a firm and to understand the pros and cons of debt versus equity financing.

This course will set out a conceptual framework that will help you to understand how businesses generate value and how this value is captured in financial statements. Financial statements are of paramount importance to investors and creditors and key to the decision-making of managers, consultants, auditors, analysts and regulators. You will learn to determine wealth creation, to calculate levels of investment in working capital, capital expenditure, company financing, and leverage, and to estimate profitability. The course demonstrates how financial-statement analysis can reduce uncertainty and increase confidence in business decisions.

The overall objective of this course is to help you understand the main challenges facing companies seeking to market technologically innovative products and / or services in today’s increasingly digitalised and globalised economy, and how they can overcome those challenges. Participants will be required to demonstrate their ability to analyse and solve complex problems, to generate plausible solutions in cross-national contexts, and to present them in a clear and convincing manner.

A company’s human resources are crucial to organisational success. So, how can we implement people-management practices that facilitate both individual and organisational effectiveness? This course will provide you with solid, evidence-based, actionable knowledge on human resource management. You will learn about theoretical concepts and frameworks to help you diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of HR policies and identify ways in which these can be applied in organisations to make them more productive. The course will give you a better understanding of some of the essential aspects of working in diverse groups, including team effectiveness, managing diversity, handling conflict and negotiation skills.

Big data and data analytics are the foundation of any successful business. Getting the technology right can be challenging but building the right knowledge and the right skills to undertake big data can be even harder. This course will equip you with the needed capabilities to understand how big data and business analytics can help companies boost their performance and operations. It will also enable you to solve business problems by using business analytics techniques.

This course introduces you to the major science and technology milestones of the 19th and 20th centuries and helps you to understand how history is intrinsically linked to the dynamics of innovation today.

It’s not easy being green, but it pays off to make the effort. Recent research suggests that, in about a decade from now, as much as ten percent of the world gross domestic product could be earned in making the economy more sustainable. Business growth has substantially contributed to increased prosperity around the world, and virtually everybody has benefited from this. In the last decades, we have come to realize not only that this prosperity is increasingly unequally distributed, but also that growth as we know it is running into limitations set by our natural environment. If businesses are to grow in the future, they will have to find ways to do so while decreasing inequality, and maintaining a livable natural environment. Meeting societal expectations with regard to the environmental and societal performances of corporations makes business sense, and this means seeing corporate social responsibility in a new light. This course aims to provide students with a mindset that allows them to assess sustainable development opportunities in a business setting, articulate an informed and contemporary view on what corporate social responsibility is, understand the logic investors use in assessing corporate sustainability and develop new sustainable business models.

Our foreign-language courses are designed to help you better understand how French and Korean are used in everyday life and in business situations. These modules will enable you to read and understand written material on a range of everyday topics, teach you appropriate behaviour and expressions for business use, and help you to summarise information and size up relationships in business situations.



This course introduces some of the key topics of brand equity management. It gives you an insight into the formulation and implementation of brand-equity strategies, from the importance of building brand awareness to how to extend, capitalise on, safeguard and grow a brand’s perception and value. The primary emphasis will be on brand, rather than marketing, management.

The course examines digital marketing strategy, implementation, and execution considerations for BtoB and BtoC brands and provides a detailed understanding of all digital channels and platforms. Participants will complete the course with a comprehensive knowledge of and experience with how to develop an integrated digital marketing strategy, from formulation to implementation.

This course will provide an introduction to international finance. It starts off by examining the currency systems and trade between countries. You will then study the balance of payments and its impact on a country’s economy. Next, you will move on to understanding the functioning of currency markets, currency rates, and currency derivatives. We apply this cumulative knowledge to currency risk management. This course prepares you for a career in the financial industry. It is part of a well-rounded education that prepares students for careers in corporate finance and investments. These days it would be difficult to imagine any corporation except the smallest that are not involved in international trade or deal with currency markets.

This course presents key conceptual and analytical frameworks for investing in equity securities. Topics include an overview of the security markets, equity valuation, investment strategies, performance evaluation, and portfolio management for individuals and institutions. International equity investing also will be analysed in a global portfolio context. You will also have the opportunity to analyse and value a publicly traded company.

In each session, a different “real-world” business problem will be solved using key predictive analytics methods.  The data science solutions include specific statistical methodologies and algorithms such as artificial neural networks, clustering, decision trees, and natural language processing. However, the course does not presume a sophisticated mathematical background nor programming skill. In general, the course is designed to minimize mathematics and tried to be as conceptual as possible. On the other hand, this course’s goal is not to give a high-level overview but to give a significant understanding of data science. To achieve this, you will learn how the statistical methodologies and algorithms work exactly using the examples in MS Excel. This course is well suited for an aspired manager who likes to align the understanding of the business and technical solutions, and to lead comprehensive business solutions including data science teams.

You will learn to read and write Hangul(Korean Alphabet), acquire basic pronunciation of Korean, understand the fundamental sentence structure of the Korean language, practice basic listening and speaking, take part in everyday conversations(greetings, self-introduction, time, date, weather, daily schedule, shopping, asking for directions, phone conversation).

This course covers problems faced by small firms and the basic skills needed to develop new businesses, including entrepreneurial strategies, legal and financial considerations, and effective new-venture management.

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



Through this course, you will gain the core skills needed to identify opportunities that can lead to successful, entrepreneurial high-technology ventures, regardless of your "home" skill set (technical or managerial). Take an in-depth examination of the most successful approaches 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.

High technology refers to that class of products and services that is subject to technological change at a place significantly faster than for most goods in the economy firm differs in some ways from the usual. The purpose of this course is to explore these differences.

This course addresses 35 topics covering many of the principal elements of how business is affected by climate change, and how changing business practices can improve (or worsen) the climate outlook.

From self-driving cars to humanoid robots, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is here and changing the way we live, work, and do business. The class is designed to introduce future managers to AI technology and its many business applications. Students will walk away with a foundational understanding of AI and its near and long-term applications, explore the myths and realities surrounding the technology, and delve into the legal, social, and policy implications of AI.

 This course is a combination of class time, one-on-one coaching sessions, and company site visits. Class time focuses on these three aspects of your learning: Academic Success at Haas, Beyond a Bachelor Degree, and Professional Achievement. One-on-one coaching provides highly individualized support to discuss your classroom expectations, applying to graduate school, managing life in Berkeley, and launching your career. Site visits give you an up-close experience with some of the world most innovative and impactful companies so that you can connect classroom learning with real-time exposure to leading companies. 

"]This course addresses 35 topics covering many of the principal elements of how business is affected by climate change, and how changing business practices can improve (or worsen) the climate outlook.



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


Advanced Competitive Strategy (Corporate Strategy) is about creating a persistent superior performance for organisations with a specific focus on corporate strategy, organisation design, and innovation. You will learn both the enactment of the strategic direction and the management of the corporate strategy. This perspective will enable the students to view the organisation in an overall fashion in the context of its environment and, ensure its long-term health.

As world financial markets become increasingly complex, we are demanded to analyze the continuous flow of information. Quantitative models based on statistical foundations and data-based programming skills are key ingredients to process information accurately and promptly.  In this course, we use R programming to collect and analyze the data, optimize the investment portfolio and trade securities. In the earlier part of the course, the essential components of modern investment theory will be practiced using real-life data and R programming. The course presumes no prior programming knowledge and experience. Therefore, R programming instruction starts with the installation of the software. You will start working on finding the important factors to deliver investment return and building the trading signals based on data analysis using R by the end of the first half of the course. Then you will use optimization to construct the portfolio. When the optimized portfolio is ready and the trading list is generated, the execution is performed using R in an automated manner. The course is well suited for a wide range of audiences. If you want to know how to program using R, you will learn that with the investment examples. If you want to have extensive quantitative skills in the investment area, this course can be the first step. If you just want to use data analysis for your future personal investment, this course will give you enough tools to start.

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. 

The objective of this course is to introduce students to the application of derivative securities in equity, interest-rate and foreign-currency markets within the context of risk management. The course looks at how to identify and measure financial risks and why financial risks should be managed. It explores the use of traditional tools such as forwards, futures, options and swaps, along with innovative over-the-counter derivative securities.

This course covers the basic concepts of Creating Shared Value (CSV) by understanding the role of business in society. The CSV approach sees social issues as a source of business opportunity and competitive advantage for business, rather than a social obligation or cost of doing business. As a business strategy, it incorporates a social purpose into core competitive strategy. The cases in the course demonstrate the power of companies of all sizes, especially multinationals, to gain a competitive advantage through achieving social impact a large scale.

The main objective of this course is to give you a more rigorous understanding of the cornerstones of corporate financial strategy, building on the application and practice of basic valuation techniques covered in the core curriculum. The course walks you through how to formulate a corporate financial strategy from a managerial perspective.

Creativity and innovation are integral to an organisation’s ability to survive in today’s business environment. This course fosters a thorough understanding of how creativity and innovation can be facilitated and managed in the workplace. It explores theoretical conceptualisations of creativity and innovation and the best practices of successful innovators. You will learn to devise optimal ways to cultivate creative and innovative processes in your future organisations.

This course hones your Korean language skills for use in business situations.

This course will introduce you to the power of marketing analytics and their impact on decision-making. You will become familiar with various metrics and models that allow marketers to identify problems and develop solutions to a range of marketing issues.

This course option covers the theory and process of negotiation, including strategy, contextual factors and other issues you will need to conclude the best possible deals for your organisation.

As corporate data is growing exponentially, understanding the foundations of how to manage and work with large databases is an essential starting point of business analytics. This course will provide you with a solid understanding of how to use and design databases in real-world situations. You will learn the fundamentals of Database Management Systems (DBMS) and the SQL language for data analysis. Using a robust SQL database system allows you to work with big data and access information quickly and efficiently. SQL is also an excellent adjunct to programming languages used in data science, such as R and Python. The course will also cover a brief introduction to the No-SQL database for working with large sets of distributed data. This course is for beginners who want to perform data analysis with SQL and build database design skills. More specifically, students will develop the necessary skills in building powerful databases and writing SQL queries for data cleaning, transformation, and storytelling. The classes will be lecture-based, with lots of hands-on exercises using real data sets you will likely encounter in the real world.

This course covers the nature and functions of the law as they pertain to the business environment, including areas such as torts, contracts, and intellectual property. The emphasis will be on your ability to understand and apply the rules of business law. You will be asked to think critically, identify the legal issues and applicable laws in given assignments, analyse the facts of these situations in light of the applicable laws, determine the most likely outcomes and elaborate on lessons learned.

Prerequisites: Core foundation courses

This course introduces you to the key concepts and language of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. It aims to give you an understanding of the possibilities and limitations of the technologies, as well as insights into related topics of importance to organisations in future.

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



The following courses have been selected by EDHEC and UC Berkeley to fit the GETT curriculum. You can select two courses per semester.

This course offers students a taste of what it’s really like to start a business. In addition to learning key foundational entrepreneurial concepts such as idea generation & evaluation, customer & product development, creating a business model, fundraising, marketing, and scaling & exiting a business, students will also hear from successful entrepreneurs who share their perspectives and best practices. Students will apply core concepts by working in teams to evaluate and select a venture idea that they will then develop throughout the semester.

Blockchain is one of the most significant technologies to impact technology and business in many years. Blockchain is also one of the most interdisciplinary areas, bringing together new questions and opportunities at the intersection of technology, business and law. This course is designed to employ this interdisciplinary nature. We will provide an overview of the technology behind blockchain and explore current and potential real-world applications.

This three-module course aims to equip students with proven concepts, techniques, and frameworks for assessing and formulating pricing strategies. The first module develops the economics and behavioural foundations of pricing. The second module discusses several innovative pricing concepts including price customization, nonlinear pricing, price matching, and product line pricing. The third module analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of several Internet-based, buyer-determined pricing models.

Today’s organizations demand leaders who communicate well. Leaders who communicate well are far more effective leaders in their organizations and in their communities. Successful leadership and effective speaking both demand authentic communication. Leaders need not only to communicate well, but also to communicate persuasively. They must be able to inspire others, create cooperation among those who work with them, advocate ideas and proposals within their organizations, and deliver the organizational message to those outside of the organization. Leadership Communications is a workshop in the fundamentals of connecting with others and presentation in today’s business environment. The course focuses on authenticity, persuasion, and advocacy. Each student will deliver one PowerPoint presentation, three speeches (both impromptu and prepared), and will complete a final project.

The purpose of this course is to understand the theory and processes of negotiation as practiced in a variety of settings. It is designed to be relevant to the broad spectrum of negotiation problems faced by managers and professionals. By focusing on the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations in the context of competitive situations, the course will allow students the opportunity to develop negotiation skills experientially in useful analytical frameworks (e.g.- simulations, cases).

Students actively developing a business plan take this course to understand how new businesses form and gain focus on their opportunities. The pedagogy is one of "guided" entrepreneurship where students, working in teams, undertake the real challenges of building a venture. Students must be willing to discuss their project with others in the workshop as a group deliberation of the entrepreneurial challenges is a key component of the class.  Over the years, up to half of the ventures developed in this class have launched.

The course provides frameworks, knowledge, and sensitivities to formulate and implement marketing strategies for competing in the international arena. Regions and countries covered include the Americas, Europe, Japan, China, India, Russia, Africa, and Asia Pacific. Issues covered include global versus local advertising, international pricing strategies, selecting and managing strategic international alliances and distribution channels, managing international brands and product lines through the product life cycle, international retailing, and international marketing organization and control.

The vast proliferation of data, combined with increasing technological advances and massive changes in regulation, is transforming the competitive landscape of various industries. In this course, we will discuss how these forces are driving changes in finance and accounting, and how to make sense of their future implications. Students will be exposed to the exciting intersection of technology with finance and accounting while emphasizing the role of data and data analytics. In each of these areas, we will start by analyzing the sector and its traditional incumbents. We will then examine use cases and strategies for incoming technology-based players, with an emphasis on the role that data analytics and data can play.

This course’s objective is to understand how tech entrepreneurs can best develop and manage intellectual property (IP) assets and integrate them into a successful business. The course will briefly describe different types of IP (copyright, trademark, patents, and trade secrets) and discuss their uses in technology companies. The course also will discuss best practices for developing, protecting, licensing, and enforcing IP rights. Best practices in avoiding infringement, and patent insurance and patent pool consortiums will be covered. The course further will discuss the pros and cons of using open-source software and how angel and venture capital investors view IP. The course will leverage case studies, current events, and industry experts to provide practical, working knowledge in the use of IP assets as part of a successful business strategy.

How can you motivate employees to go above and beyond the call of duty to get the job done? How can you be sure that your decisions are not biased? What influence tactics can you use when you do not have the formal authority to tell someone what to do? This course adds to your understanding of life in complex organizations by covering topics spanning the micro (individual level of analysis), the macro (organizational level of analysis), and also topics that integrate these two levels.

The world faces big problems. Climate change, poverty, health & wellbeing, gender equality, decent work, clean water, growing inequalities, and threats to democratic institutions represent a few of the many interconnected sustainability challenges articulated by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In the face of these big problems, the Nordics can provide inspiration. Nordic countries and Nordic companies are frequently cited as global sustainability leaders topping most sustainability performance metrics. In this course, we deeply explore sustainability and social responsibility in the Nordics and consider what learnings may be prosperously applied in the U.S. context. While we center our attention on Nordic business, our line of inquiry extends beyond to consider the role that Nordic culture and Nordic policy have on sustainability practices and performances of Nordic business - and society as a whole. As a key part of this, we consider the very nature of capitalism and compare and contrast “Nordic Capitalism” with “American Capitalism” while exploring the sustainability ramifications of the differing approaches. Through this, we consider how we can build resilient and sustainable societies.

The purpose of this course is to understand the theory and processes of negotiation as practiced in a variety of settings. It is designed to be relevant to the broad spectrum of negotiation problems faced by managers and professionals. By focusing on the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations in the context of competitive situations, the course will allow students the opportunity to develop negotiation skills experientially in useful analytical frameworks (e.g.- simulations, cases).

You can also select one course per semester from any of the faculty departments at UC Berkeley. 

  • Data Science Principles and Practice
  • Emotional and Relationship Intelligence
  • Strategy, Tactics, and Management of Pricing
  • Data Analytics and Visualization
  • High-Tech Product Management and Marketing
  • BLA/NDA/MAA Submissions and Commercialization
  • Harmonization Across Worldwide Applications
  • Sales Development Principles
  • Managing Sustainable Change in an Organization
  • Smart Grid Technology
  • Principles of Sustainability
  • Introduction to American Politics
  • American Environmental and Cultural History

*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. 

A dedicated team 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. 

Understanding and developing the attributes and skills employers require is key to employability. This is why the EDHEC Career Centre offers a programme specifically designed to help master’s students define and achieve their career goals ‒ the EDHEC Career Booster. The programme looks at students' specific needs, wants and goals in the context of their professional development and matches them to job-market requirements.

Your career objectives

  • Know yourself
  • Identify your strengths
  • Set your career goals
  • Define your job-search strategy  

Your career training 

  • Hone your skills
  • Master the most competitive recruitment processes 

Your career opportunities 

  • Understand your target sectors and markets
  • Meet your future employer 

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
  • +120 companies at our Paris Career Fair
  • 40% foreign companies are our international recruiting events

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

Programme Insights

Utkarsh Arora, Indian, EDHEC-2021
Johannes Engelhardt, German, EDHEC-2020
Nathan Bouton, French, EDHEC-2021


- 19-08-2020
Why did you choose to join the GETT? Franco-Lebanese born and raised up in Senegal, I’ve always wanted to participate in the development of West African countries. After graduating from high school, I decided to join a preparatory school in Paris to gain the basics of engineering. During my last year of prep school, I...
- 02-10-2019
HOW DID THE PROGRAMME COME INTO BEING? It all started in 2016. At that time, EDHEC did not have yet an academic offering on technology and innovation management. Given the employment market and the rise and impact of technology in everyday life, it was clear that a programme that focused equally on innovation, new...
- 05-06-2019
Johannes Engelhardt, a German student on EDHEC’s Master in Management (MiM) Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) track shares his journey and the secret to his success in securing internships at tech giants Amazon and Google. WHAT WAS YOUR EDUCATION PRIOR TO STUDYING AT EDHEC? I completed a...



  • FEES* :  €56,900  for EU students & Korean students - €68,000 for non-EU students

► Please Note: Applications are received and evaluated on a rolling basis until 23rd of June 2023.

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
  • Lifetime access to the EDHEC Alumni community
  • EDHEC Administrative fees


The EDHEC Master in Management degree is a level 7 qualification (Bac +5) jointly awarded by the French State which confers the Grade Master. This degree is certified by the CNCP (Commission Nationale de la Certification Professionnelle) under the RNCP registration code 25332.

*Tuition fees are provided for information only and are subject to change. 

EDHEC seeks talented candidates from diverse backgrounds, with a history of academic achievement and demonstrated potential for growth and professional success.

♦  3-year bachelor degree minimum. Note: For French degree holders, please go through AST2 application.
English proficiency tests with minimum scores of:

  • TOEFL Internet-based ≥ 92
  • TOEIC ≥ 850
  • IELTS ≥ 6.5
  • Cambridge Test of English ≥ 175

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

► Strong GMAT or GRE or TAGE MAGE or CAT* official test score report (CAT* for Indian students only)

♦  CV
♦  Letter of motivation
♦  Academic transcripts
♦  2 letters of recommendation
♦  Online interview to complete

As part of EDHEC's strategic plan "Impact Future Generations", EDHEC has been committed to enabling talented students to pursue their studies through a diverse & transparent scholarship scheme. The French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs also offers a large number of grants and scholarships and there are numerous bodies worldwide supporting the study of international students joining a Master's program. Below is a comprehensive views of scholarships, grands and loans made available. 

Scholarships and financial aids can be critical factors when it comes to embarking on a Master's program, so we aim to make the process as simple as possible. All admitted candidates are automatically considered for an EDHEC scholarship. Results from the scholarship committee are announced by email at the same time as the admission result. No additional document is required apart from scholarships marked with a *.


EDHEC Academic Excellence Scholarship offers high-potential candidates up to 50% reduction on their tuition fees. The scholarship supports high-profile candidates based on the excellence of their academic profile, impressive experience and extracurricular activities.

Deadline: June 30th.


A selective range of country and sector specific scholarships are also available, all subject to a June 30th deadline; full details below:

  • EDHEC Women in Finance and Data Science Scholarship - grants 35% reduction on tuition fees
  • EDHEC Women in Business Scholarship - grants up to 35% reduction on tuition fees
  • EDHEC Cultural Diversity Scholarships - grants up to 40% reduction on tuition fees


  • EDHEC Refugee or Conflict Zone scholarship - EDHEC is proud to welcome refugees or from conflict-affected nations candidates willing to study a Master's program. This is EDHEC's aim to promote peace, diversity and inclusion worldwide. One of the main ways we can help is to provide assistance through a reduction of up to 75% on tuition fees, giving an opportunity to receive quality higher education at EDHEC.
    • Who can apply: during our admissions processes we take into consideration the context in which applicants have achieved their academic qualifications and will notify at the time of admissions if the EDHEC Refugee or Conflict Zone scholarship is granted.
  • EDHEC Make an Impact Scholarship* is open to Master in Management and Master of Science applicants and covers 35 % of the tuition fees.
    • How to apply: students who wish to apply for the EDHEC Make an Impact Scholarship will need to submit an essay of 1000-1500 words along with their application, detailing their career plan. The essay should describe their prior experience, explain how the Master of their choice will contribute to their career plan and, their personal motives for making an impact on UN sustainable development goals throughout their career. 
  • EDHEC High Impact - Future Chinese Alumni Scholarship* is a joint co-sponsored scholarship with the EDHEC China Alumni Club awarding 10 Chinese students who are willing to make an impact on the EDHEC China Alumni community in the future, by granting them 50% reduction on their tuition fees.
    • Who can apply: Chinese students who have been accepted into EDHEC's Master's programs with high ranks from our selection committee.
    • How to apply: students who wish to apply for this scholarship should write an essay describing their prior experience, explain how the Master of their choice will contribute to their career plan. Applicants to this scheme will be invited to take an online interview.
    • Deadline: May 15th.

EDHEC scholarships are not cumulative.

Through established and strong partnerships with local & international bodies, EDHEC has secured a number of grants and financial aids helping talented students join their dream program.




  • QS-EDHEC Scholarship is an exclusive scholarship to attendees of the QS World Grad School Tour. Scholarship value:  50% reduction of tuition fees.



  • By EDHEC exclusively for e-fellows.net students and Master Day participants



  • Colfuturo (Fundacion para el Futuro de Colombia)











  • By Fundacion Mexicana Para La Educacion, La Tecnologia y La Cienca (FUNED
  • Bourse Banco de México – by FIDERH (Fondo para el desarrollo de Recursos Humanos)





  • Bourse 'AVENIR' Scholarships by the French Embassy in Spain

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 25-year-old with an excellence profile and:
    • GMAT 650 or above (GRE accepted). Please note that it is not mandatory for programmes not requiring this GMAT test. 
    • Acceptable English proficiency tests/certificates (TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS)
      • TOEFL Internet-based ≥ 92
      • TOEIC ≥ 850
      • IELTS ≥ 6.5
      • Cambridge Test of English > 175
    • Excellent academic records (GPA)
    • Strong motivation and clear objectives
    • Awards, previous scholarships, achievements etc.
  • Deadline: Complete applications must be sent to EDHEC before December 1st 2022 for a September 2023 intake.
  • More information:

EIFFEL and EDHEC scholarships cannot be combined.



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



































  • Apply to: Deutscher; Akademischer Austauschdienst e. V. (DAAD) Referat 312, Postfach 200 404, D-53134
  • By BAföG  (for MiM programmes)





















































  • Franco-Thai Scholarship Programme, the Franco–Thai Scholarship Program aims to support Thai students under the age of 35 who intend to study in French universities or Higher Education Institutions, at a Master's degree or Ph.D. level.











EDHEC welcomes applications from candidates of all nationalities.

Apply online here.

Your application file will be processed by the Admissions Team and sent to the Selection Committee for appraisal. The Selection Committee takes place on a rolling basis from October to June. It is advised to apply early in order to stand out.

You will be informed by email on the progress 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.


♦  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: [email protected]
♦  Important Note: Please use only ONE email address to submit your Online Application and to communicate with the Admissions team.

The International Students Office (ISO) assists students to settle in smoothly in France by organising orientation events and multicultural seminars to welcome international students to EDHEC Campuses in Lille and Nice. The team guides students with administrative procedures before their arrival and during their stay and answers all questions about French systems (medical and home insurances, banks, resident permits, etc.). 

Discover the International Students Office website


What are the deadlines to apply for the programmes? 

  • 16th June 2023 for MSc
  • 23rd June 2023 for MiM

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?

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

Will the International Admissions’ team contact the referees to send the letters of recommendation?

  • No, referees should email their letters of recommendation directly to [email protected] using their professional email. Emails from personal accounts such as yahoo, gmail, hotmail, etc. will not be accepted.

Will my referees receive an automatic confirmation when they send the letters by email?

  • No, no automatic email will be sent to your referees. Please inform them that they should expect to receive an email confirmation later from the Admissions’ team.
  • Please note that you will be copied to this email as well to acknowledge the good reception of the letters of recommendation.

Will I have an interview with the Programme Manager?

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

How is the Online interview conducted?

  • Once your online application is complete, the International Admissions Team will send you a link to take your online interview in English. It is a series of 6 questions on your motivation, your interest in the programme, your previous experiences (professional, group work…). There is no right or wrong answer. You will have a practice session before you start the interview. Once the interview is done, it will be sent along with your application file to the Selection Committee.

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.
  • Template Motivation Letter

English proficiency test

What are the expected scores?

  • TOEFL Internet-based ≥ 92  (/120)
  • TOEIC ≥ 850 (/990)
  • IELTS ≥ 6.5 (/9.0)
  • Cambridge Test of English ≥ 175

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.

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

Is there any help for students with regard to campus housing? 

  • Once officially enrolled, you will receive help to find suitable accommodation, either in EDHEC residences or in privately owned apartments. EDHEC's International Students Office (ISO) is familiar with the visa formalities of most countries and will provide you with the necessary paperwork for completion. Should you have any concerns about your visa application, you can contact the ISO, provided you have already checked the relevant pages in the Welcome Guide and contacted your local Embassy. One requirement for most visa applications is proof of accommodation in France. Again, the ISO is on hand to provide you with a list of apartments, halls of residence and other types of housing, depending on your criteria. You can even "visit" them virtually on our new housing website. The team will do everything it can to make arrangements with the property owner and secure your booking. It can also pick you up from the airport on the day of your arrival (where possible) and take you directly to your new home.

What is EDHEC's code for GMAT?

As a reminder, aptitude tests* are required for some programs and optional for others. Please see “Admission requirements” on your program of interest. (*GMAT/GRE/TAGE MAGE/CAT official test score report for Indian students only of CFA level II for Finance programs only

  • MSc & Global MBA Double-Degree: 3QQ-WQ-62
  • MIM Global Economic Transformation & Technology: 3QQ-WQ-06
  • Master in Management, Business Management: 3QQ-WQ-05
  • Master in Management, Finance: 3QQ-WQ-36
  • MSc in Creative Business & Social Innovation: 3QQ-WQ-60 
  • MSc in Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence: 3QQ-WQ-82
  • MSc in Entrepreneurship & Innovation: 3QQ-WQ-77 
  • MSc in Global & Sustainable Business: 3QQ-WQ-16
  • MSc in Management & Leadership: 3QQ-WQ-54 
  • MSc in Marketing Management: 3QQ-WQ-47
  • MSc in Strategy, Organisation & Consultancy: 3QQ-WQ-84
  • LL.M. in Law & Tax Management: 3QQ-WQ-26 
  • MSc in Corporate Finance & Banking: 3QQ-WQ-73
  • MSc in International Finance: 3QQ-WQ-98
  • MSc in Financial Engineering: 3QQ-WQ-69
  • MSc in Accounting & Finance: 3QQ-WQ-04

 *(GMAT/GRE/TAGE MAGE/CFA level II (for Finance programs only) / CAT official test score report for Indian students only)

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

  • You will get an unofficial score report immediately after taking your exam. You can send it to the recruitment office as an extra supporting document whilst applying. This document will provisionally be accepted in your application file and the official report will be asked to confirm your seat.


When the tuition fees must be paid?

  • Once the Selection Committee has accepted your application, you will receive an acceptance email including your tuition fee payment schedule. In order to secure your place you have to pay the 1st instalment within 3 weeks.

How does 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 Centre?

  • The Student Career Centre is dedicated to helping students find a job or an internship.
  • The Centre receives every year over 14 000 job and internship offers.
  • 60,000 internships and 33,500 job offers posted on EDHEC’s dedicated jobs board every year

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: 10 to 25 students per group
  • Contact Hours: 
    • MIM 3h a week (30h/semester +6h group projects)
    • MSc 2h a week (15h/semester)   
  • Qualifications of the instructors: courses are delivered by an officially accredited French language teaching institution

See also

The Master in Management, Finance track, trains students for international careers in asset management, trading, investment banking & finance, corporate finance, sustainable finance, risk management, audit & management control.