Specialisation through a programme or double degree
The Master 2 is the year that will really transform the course into a springboard to a chosen career and the student into a professional. It will enable you to both gain specific skills and develop an expertise.
You will have the choice between :
- Audit-Expertise Track (courses in French)
- Entrepreneurship Track
- China Track
- Double MSc Degrees
Obtaining 5 TU exemptions for the DSCG
The audit and expertise sectors are recession-proof. This programme, aside from teaching the basics to students who are validating their requirements, allows them to obtain 5 DSCG (Diplôme Supérieur de Comptabilité et de Gestion - Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Management) teaching unit exemptions.
At the end of this programme, you will be ready for an internship in a chartered accountancy firm or a management position within accounting, financial, administrative and legal departments in various companies, consultancies and audit firms.
An increasing number of students are applying to management schools in the hope of becoming entrepreneurs, whether within their own business or within an existing company.
This programme helps develop an entrepreneurial posture. It will encourage you to think differently and be creative to develop innovative solutions.
The course modules cover the essential components of an entrepreneurial project: strategy, marketing concepts, logistics chain, accountancy and financial elements such as fundraising and legal status.
Students will benefit from KEDGE’s incubator, the Business Nursery, a unique space which brings together societies, coaches, graduates, companies and investors in order to support them.
KEDGE has a campus 30 minutes from Shanghai. The University of Renmin in Suzhou is ranked number 1 in China in terms of economics theory, applied economics, communication, law and sociology.
You can study there for a part of your course: from 1 to 4 semesters from the start of the M1. You will have access to classes in management, marketing, finance… just like in the campuses in France.
Aside from these, you can study modules on negotiations and Chinese business culture and Chinese language.
After an academic semester in Suzhou, you can also take part in a professionalising internship in a Chinese company.
Double MSc Degrees
Arts & Creative Industries
Since 2004, thanks to the expertise of the Arts & Creative Industries research centre, the school has allowed students to specialise in arts, culture and creative industry management.
The sectors are varied, ranging from visual arts and leisure to cinema and video games. …
International Sport & Event Management (ISEM)
This MSc is recognised by sports business professionals as a leading course in the field nationally and internationally.
The strengths of the programme lie in its capacity to train managers that are perfectly aware of the requirements of this specific and demanding market thanks to a combination of Events Marketing and Sports Law skills.
Corporate & Sustainable Finance
Marseille & Paris
Finance has a specific role: that of funding the real economy in view of a healthy economic, ecological and social development.
Finance is not a science but a tool in the service of the economy and social relations.
The MSc in Corporate & Sustainable Finance offers to train professionals to master this tool with a double financial and extra-financial expertise, essential in the evolution of careers in finance.
Bordeaux or Marseille
The shifts in international power relations generate multiple geostrategic risks. These new challenges affect local and international business strategies. The aim of the programme is to train students who wish to embark on an international career, with strong geostrategic, economic and cultural dimension.
International Trade & Logistics
This programme offers a global vision that allows students to develop key skills in three complementary fields for businesses with a global positioning: International trade/International transport/International logistics.
Digital Marketing & Sales
Digital technology has an undeniable impact on society and the old practices of businesses, administrations and users.
New jobs and new practices have emerged, creating in that market a skills deficit and a real need for training in terms of specific managerial know-how.
The aim of the MSc is to train versatile and multi-skilled professionals thanks to a cross-disciplinary approach. It relies on four key elements: strategy, technology, design and digital marketing.
Marketing & Brand Management
Bordeaux or Marseille
This programme offers a dual approach: a global and innovative marketing approach in a changing environment on the one hand, and a choice of 4 job options on the other:
- Brand operational management
- Business development
- Communication and events management
- Digital client relations
Purchasing & Innovation Management (MAI)
The purchasing function currently boasts a strong strategic component, with a focus on innovation and speed to market.
This specialisation enables students to acquire skills in management, culture, and purchasing techniques in an international environment.
Global Supply Chain Management (ISLI)
Globalisation leads managers to radically open up their fields of action beyond their own business, and even more so in the Supply Chain.
This specialisation offers a global vision of the logistics chain, in view of accessing strategic positions in a company.
Wine & Spirits Management
In the face of major challenges with increasing international competition, industry leaders must have a level of professionalism of an increasingly high standard.
Designed by international experts in the fields of both management and wines and spirits, this MSc perfectly meets the current requirements of this industry.