Toulouse Business School
This generalist MBA program (either full-time or part-time, mainly located in Toulouse) is targeting future aerospace leaders (and those aiming at entering this thrilling sector). It enables participants to enjoy the latest academic knowledge and research while being trained to achieve strong leadership. Participants share experience and expertise with top professional experts from leading companies. The program curriculum is continuously adapted to practical business as well as to academic concerns, to provide an exciting and well-balanced learning experience. Another part-time program is also available in Bangalore (India).
minimum of a bachelor's degree or equivalent+ 3 years' professional/working experience for the full-time program and 5 years for part-time
Academic application + TOEIC
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Christophe BÉNAROYA - Director of Aerospace MBA, Professor of Marketing, PhD in Management
- Vishal Patil - Student of the programme
Why study aerospace in France?
What kind of professional experience should we have? If I don't have an aerospace background but have several years in engineering project management. Can I still apply?
How much do I need to know about the aerospace industry to be accepted?
With Toulouse being the heart of France’s aerospace industry, what are your connections to the big players there?
How much emphasis is placed on the growing satellite industry? I want to work for companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic.
Are there any opportunities to do university exchanges?
What’s the diversity of the candidates accepted?
Why specialize instead of getting a general MBA? Could I still work in aerospace with a general program?
How much French should I be able to speak to apply? I have only high school level and don't speak well.
After working for 12 years, it's hard to go to school full-time. Can I still work or a do a part-time program?
Where do graduates tend to work after? Do they stay in France?
I'm from the U.S. and see that you are a "grande ecole." What does this mean exactly?
What's the team building seminar? Is it all trust falls and stuff like that?
How many classes a week do we have and how intense is the work rhythm?
Does TBS help with visa paperwork?
A Step Sideways: When will you be opening a campus in space, and where?
How much is this program and what is the ROI in terms of salary?
Does this program allow us to specialize in any particular part of the aerospace industry, such as commercial travel or satellites?
What are the top qualities you are looking for in candidates?
Are you going to launch your own satellite any time soon?
Is there any focus on development of soft skills?
If we choose to do the research project over the corporate mission, what does that entail?