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What we noted

emlyon business school

MSc in Management – European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole

The MSc in Management – European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole, run jointly by emlyon business school (France), Ludwig Maximilian Universität(Germany), Lancaster University Management School (United Kingdom) is a specific 2-year triple degree track which is an integral part of emlyon’s MSc in Management. With a mixture of academic periods on different campuses, in-company internships, and unique multicultural European experience with a great diversity in the student body, it aims to prepare students for a wide range of career possibilities all focused on global business. While the first year covers the fundamentals of management, the second year is devoted to a specialisation.

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Entry requirements: Bachelor's degree in any field
Duration: 2 years
Location: France, Germany, United Kingdom
Language: English
Selection: Online Application, GMAT/GRE/TAGE MAGE/CAT, English Proficiency Score, Video exercise
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

Replays

2017-03-15

Analysis

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The questions

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Participants:

  • Gudrun KIEFER - Head of the MSc in Management – European Triple Degree – Grande Ecole
  • Ludwig Dillman - 1st year student of the programme
  • 00:18

    The Pitch

    01:32

    What is the "video exercise" in the admissions process?

    03:09

    How does the partnership between the three schools work? Do we go to all three campuses?

    05:35

    Do we actually get three different diplomas from three different schools?

  • 07:54

    As a mathematics student, do I have the chance to be accepted into your program?

    09:29

    How big is the program? And are students mostly European?

    13:20

    Do we need to have work experience to apply?

    14:48

    Three Words Max

  • 16:40

    Do you have any exchange opportunities with schools in Asia? The program emphasizes "international" but seems very Euro-centric.

    17:54

    Who oversees administration of the program since it takes place between three school? Who handles administrative problems?

    19:31

    Can we actually trade stocks in the Lyon campus' trading room?

    21:04

    Ludwig, how was the arrival in each campus?

  • 24:09

    If I am not an EU citizen, does administration help me with visas? Will I need a visa for each country?

    25:27

    Do you organize any company visits or events where we can meet executives or hiring managers?

    27:33

    What's student life like in this program? Do we have time for student associations since it seems we move a lot?

    29:43

    The Expert Question

  • 29:57

    The Expert Question : How does your program's curriculum take into account businesses practices and regulations that will be affected by Great Britain leaving the European Union, and other potential major changes that will affect how business is conducted?

    31:17

    How does course selection differ between each campus? Can I do the entire program on one campus?

    32:13

    Do we need to speak the local language of the university?

    34:21

    What can we expect for the interview? Any tips besides ‘be yourself’?

  • 37:04

    How useful is alumni network?

    38:55

    Conclusion