Analysis of the program by Campus-Channel

What we noted

EDHEC Business School

MSc in Management Studies

Entirely taught in English, this intensive programme prepares the student to become a relational, reflexive and ethical manager whilst providing sound management knowledge. It aims at providing students with all-round expertise in the main managerial disciplines. The programme focuses on the major theories, concepts, models and tools of the main managerial disciplines with core modules on several subjects (such as Corporate Finance, Data Analysis, Digital Innovation or even Law, Marketing and Strategic Management). Other points to notice: the presence of two seminars (Sensemaking & Leadership; Business Ethics), the Master Projects and the free French courses set up to facilitate the acculturation.

Students who are in China can find the Replay on Youku

Entry Requirements: 3-year bachelor degree (equivalent) or higher
Duration: 1 year + internship
Location: Lille
Language: English
Selection: application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS/Cambridge test

Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles




Zooming in the interviews


The questions

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  • Peter Daly - Programme Director, Head of Business Communication and Language Studies, Associate Professor
  • 00:22

    The Pitch


    If I have a humanities degree in literature, can I still apply? 


    Hi M.Daly. I would like to know the particularity of this master of science? The  advantages to apply for this programme? 


    What are the minimum scores for GMAT and GRE? 

  • 07:49

    Do I get to choose where to do my internship? 


    I was looking at your Sensemaking seminar, but it just sounds like a bunch of corporate talk. Can you explain what you mean by Sensemaking? 


    Is there a help center to assist international students with administrative issues like visas and housing? 


    What’s the difference between management studies and your MBA?

  • 16:33

    What's the proportion of international students to French students? 


    Do you have partnerships with companies? Who are the teachers?