The School of Management and Innovation trains the business professionals of tomorrow, people able to grasp complexity and use their creativity and entrepreneurial vision to become change makers in their companies and in society, with a view to the common good.
It offers nine Master's programmes: 4 in French, 4 in English (two of them designed for young professionals) and one both in French and in English.
The School has dual degree programs with Saint Gallen, the University of Pennsylvania, Fundaçao Getulio Varga-Escola de Administraçao de Empresas (Brazil) and Fudan University (Shanghai) and a partnership agreements with King's Business School.
Another notable dimension is the close connection with Sciences Po's incubator and the medialab.
Entry Requirements: 3-year bachelor degree or higher depending on the Master Duration: 1 or 2 years Location: Paris Language: English / French Selection: application + TOEFL Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic - Doyenne de l'École du Management et de l'Innovation
Olivier Guillet - Directeur Exécutif de l'École du Management et de l'Innovation
Sciences Po is a university generally ranked in social sciences. Do you intend after a period of running in, to participate to a periodic media ranking, clearly identified as a management school?
Are there any classes that are exclusively in French, or all courses available in English?
Everyone says they are innovative these days? What makes Sciences Po School of Management really innovative beyond the buzzword branding?
Which qualities do you appreciate the most in the profile of candidates?
Do you have a spring intake and a fall intake or only fall? Which months do you usually start applications?
Hello! What is integration at Sciences Po like for foreign students? A friend told me it’s a very elite French university.
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How is the Master’s in Finance and Strategy distinguished from the Master’s in Economics and Business?
Is it possible to cross-study thematics of different programs?
How does Sciences Po School of Management and Innovation approach basic topics like human resources, and how would it be taught differently from other schools?
I am trying for the MASTER COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. I am from India and I have 3-years of work experience in content + a bachelors degree in English Literature. What are the different things I should focus on to enrich my application?
For the student: Why did you choose Sciences Po over a more well-known business school, like ESSEC?
What partnerships does Sciences Po School of Management have with French companies for student learning and career development opportunities?
Do I get two degrees in the digital transformation tracks? One from Sciences Po and one from Telecom ParisTech?
Every business school is adding luxury marketing and management courses. Why does luxury marketing belong at a political sciences school?
I am German student from a US university. Do I still need to pass TOEIC or TOEFL exam?
Hi. What are some examples of interesting innovation and management projects students have worked on?
Do I need to take standardized tests (such as GRE)? For the Masters Programs in Communication, Media, and Creative Industries?
How does the school affect change on the "role of business in society," to quote your site?