The aim of the MSc Innovation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship is to provide a framework and a toolkit for future managers and entrepreneurs to identify, assess and manage business opportunities in either their own companies or in existing organizations. The cross-dimension approach which is mentionned in the name of this programme adds interest. It takes place in a school renowned for this expertise in technological entrepreneurship and innovative management. On the paper, the product is promising with 12 months dedicated to a professional project.
Innovation is way overused these days. What does innovation mean to you?
How is this program innovative and unique from other entrepreneurship and innovation programs?
What concrete skills and knowledge are actually delivered in this program?
What’s the difference between this master and GEM’s program in entrepreneurship and global marketing?
Your program description says GEM is “renowned for expertise in technological entrepreneurship and innovative management,” so what has the school pioneered in management that’s used industry wide today?
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What kinds of profiles are you looking for? Should we already have professional experience?
I have a bachelor in literature. Could I be accepted into this program? Would I have to take extra classes?
Is it possible to speak to current students in the program to ask their opinion?
It’s a lot to pay more than 21,000 euros for a one year program (we’re not in class the second year). Do you offer scholarships?
What changes have you made to the program since last year? Everything you purport to teach in this program changes very quickly in the real world.
What are some examples of previous projects students have worked on for the live business case?
What types of jobs would I have access with this degree if I don’t want to start my own business?
Do you organize any trips in the program?
Are there French people in this program or is it only for international students?
Why study innovation at GEM? Is Grenoble a major tech hub in France?