KEDGE Business School
MSc Innovation, Transformation, Entrepreneurship
This MSc in innovation, transformation and entrepreneurship is designed to train “transformative leaders” and agile entrepreneurs, enabling them to perform as business leaders to facilitate the transformation of businesses or to develop start-ups. The main objective of the programme is to meet the challenges of companies to maximise innovation and to broaden their global performance reach, and not solely in an economic context. With the two tracks (Intrapreneurs and Entrepreneurs), students can choose between a live in-company case study or creating a start-up. The MSc ends with a six month internship and a professional thesis.
Bachelor's degree - 3 years to International Bachelor's degree - 4 years
1 or 2 years
academic application + skype interview
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Frédéric Gounard - Entrepreneur, Visiting Professor at KEDGE Business School
What exactly does this program aim to achieve? The title is very general and full of buzzwords.
What kinds of profiles are you looking for? Should we already have professional experience?
How much is this program focused on technology since tech startups is what we hear the most about in entrepreneurship?
How much emphasis is placed on big data, AI for business etc… Since this program is about innovation and transformation?
What corporate partnerships does KEDGE have for this program specifically?
Hi Mr. Gounard. Are you an entrepreneur? What’s your experience with startups and why did you agree to teach in this program?
What is intrapreneurship and in what context would it be used?
What kind of industry is there around Marseille that would inspire or feed entrepreneurship? Paris has Station F. Anything similar in Marseille?
Does this master have any module focusing on social entrepreneurship or sustainability (yet another buzzword)?
Diversity and gender parity are still challenges in tech and startups founded and created by women receive significantly less investment than those of men. How do you plan to address this issue in the program?
Do you offer scholarships for international students?
Is a certain level of French required to graduate?