This new one-year MSc Management degree programme is designed for students with or without a business or management background. It will provide you with knowledge and expertise in the area of general management with a specific focus on European and global business environments. You will obtain a prestigious Queen Mary University of London postgraduate degree while studying in the centre of the French capital.
A good upper second class honours degree or equivalent in any subject.
Candidates are expected to have good English language ability and to meet Queen Mary University of London's minimum English language requirements. If you do not meet language or scholarly requirements, it might be possible for you to undertake foundation or pre-sessional programmes in London that will prepare you for the masters programme.
For more information, please contact Queen Mary's Admissions Office on +44 (0)20 7882 5533 or email email@example.com.
For detailed country-specific entry requirements please visit the international section of Queen Mary 's website.
*This is a new programme for 2019 entry*
In partnership with Queen Mary University of London, the School of Business and Management’s MSc Management (Paris) combines the investigation of mainstream approaches to general management (Finance, Accounting, Strategy, and Marketing) with a distinctive focus on equality, social justice, ethics and sustainability embedded in all modules, and particularly in subjects such as Global Supply Chain Management, Leadership and Organisational Behaviour to give a few examples.
If you undertake the MSc Management (Paris), you will have the opportunity to develop expertise in specific areas such as European Management and Governance of Global Organizations, hence increasing your ability to profit from increasing mobility within the European and global labour market; and gain an international business experience that will be attractive to future employers.
Our partnership allows you to study at a world-renowned British university in the centre of the French capital and graduate with a prestigious degree from Queen Mary University of London, which is part of the Russell Group. The MSc Management has been designed to offer a distinctive and flexible boutique programme taught entirely in English, enabling graduate students to study in France without French language skills and non-English speaking students to develop their English language skills.
You will be joining an interdisciplinary community of students taught across the following subjects and schools: Urban History, School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR) and Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) and engage in a series of lectures and talks in these disciplines.
You will undertake four compulsory modules in the first semester and two compulsory modules as well as three electives from a choice of five modules in the second semester.
- Organisational Behaviour
- Financial Analysis and Management
- Marketing Management
- International Strategic Management
- Research Methods for Management
Choose 3 out of 5 SBM modules
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Global Governance and International Organisations
- Management Consulting
- European Management
Learning and teaching
Students will learn through a mix of lectures, seminars and workshops delivered by academic staff within the school as well as professionals with an expertise and experience in business and management. Small class sizes allow students to have in-depth discussion and interaction with the academics delivering the programme.
With the QM+ environment which is a virtual learning environment and other initiatives such as lecture capture, students will have both real time delivery and information on curriculum which can be accessed online. Training sessions will be provided in the induction week for students to familiarise themselves with the virtual environment and to also access e-resources.
The delivery and assessment modes will be varied. These will include collaborative learning as well as a mix of assessments including coursework, presentations, independent research, group projects and examinations. All students will be assigned an academic advisor who will be able to advise students on academic-related matters.
For every hour spent in formal study you will be expected to complete a further five to six hours of independent study. Your individual study time could be spent preparing for, or following up on formal study sessions, reading, producing written work, completing projects and revising for examinations.
The direction of your individual study will be guided by the formal study sessions you attend, along with your reading lists and assignments. However, we expect you to demonstrate an active role in your own learning by reading widely and expanding your own knowledge, understanding and critical ability.
Independent study will foster in you the ability to identify your own learning needs and determine which areas you need to focus on to become proficient in your subject area. This is an important transferable skill for people who envisage going on to a research career in academia or elsewhere.
Full application details are available on the Queen Mary University of London degree webpage.
Please visit the Queen Mary University of London degree webpage for the latest information on fees and funding, as well as other financial help on offer at Queen Mary.
Students can only be eligible for a UK Government PG Loan if they complete at least 50% of the programme in the UK. This means students of the MSc in Management (Paris) are not eligible for this loan.
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