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Rennes School of Business

MSc Sustainable Management & Eco-Innovation

The MSc in Sustainable management and Eco-Innovation, run by Rennes School of Business and the engineering School EME focuses on using eco-design and sustainable methods to transform current practices but also on creating value for all company stakeholders by managing the ecosystem while balancing financial performance and responsibility. 
Hence,  Graduates will be able of identifying the potential risks and the opportunities related to the activities of firms social and environmental performance at a global level.

Students who are in China can find the Replay on Youku

Entry requirement: First degree (Bachelors) in any discipline
Duration: 16 months
Location: Rennes
Language: English
Selection: academic application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS + interview

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  • Petya Puncheva

    Program Manager

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  • Petya Puncheva - Programme Manager MSc in Sustainable Management and Eco-Innovation
  • Chelsea Vassio Molina - Alumnus of the programme
  • 00:14

    The Pitch


    Is this a fairly new type of degree?


    Do I need a background or specialization in environmental issues or sciences to apply?


    I would like to start my own consulting practice in sustainability management and corporate responsibility. Is this an appropriate program for me?

  • 07:43

    How long is the internship for, and where do students get placed?


    What exactly do you mean by “eco innovation?” What do you teach for this?


    Can you explain the career coaching module, please?


    What’s the international recognition of this master’s degree? Is it accredited?

  • 15:44

    How internationally diverse is the class group?


    Are professors all academics? Do you have any who are professionals in the field?