Master's degree in strategic management and entrepreneurship
Dean : prof. Martine PELE – website : www.u-paris2.fr
The Strategic management and entrepreneurship M2 degree is a vocational diploma. It aims to provide students with high-level expertise in the operational fields of corporate strategy, drawing from a broad understanding of managerial competencies.
To develop innovative business models and competitive strategies.
- To develop entrepreneurship in students wishing to have an international career, in a young, innovative business as well as in a well-established international corporation.
- To meet the needs of businesses whose structure, process and system dynamics require transverse project management.
- To help students acquire the skills needed to create or acquire a business in a favorable context.
The training provided in this degree is vocational, as it operates through apprenticeship or via long-term work placements with a connection to entrepreneurship. Students who wish to do so can also spend a semester abroad, in one of Paris II’s academic partners
After graduating, students can join companies looking for enterprising and adaptable graduates, or start their own businesses.
Some examples of careers :
- Business executive
- Management associate
- Entrepreneur, subsidiary or activity developer
- Takeover entrepreneur
- Project manager
- Strategy and organisation consultant
- MASTER 1 in management sciences (M1 Sciences de Gestion) AES (business administration), Economics, Political Sciences, Law, or a degree from a Grande Ecole (business or engineering) or from I.E.P. (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris).
- Good English language proficiency (TOEFL, TOEIC, CAE, etc.).
Admission will be granted after individual examination of the applicant’s results and profile, written tests, and an interview, at the end of June.
- October-March (24 weeks): 2.5 days at university / 3 days on the job.
- April –September: full-time work position / at university for the thesis methodology seminar (24 hours)
- Overall number of hours :
|Thesis seminar||24 hours|
Total = 424 hours
15 24-hour seminars = 360 hours of lectures
15 hours of classes per week (5 3-hour lectures over 2.5 days)
The following modules focus on three major fields
Applications must be placed on the Paris II website
www.u-paris2.fr between March and May.
Fill out the personal application form and send it to scolarité department
Mme TAKOUR-MARDIVIRIN Candice
Tél : +33 18.104.22.168.15