EDHEC Business School
MSc in Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Taught entirely in English, this programme prepares students for an array of entrepreneurial career, 20% amongst which secure their first job in a Start-Up. Students will be equipped for instance with the skills and competences to identify, develop and execute entrepreneurial opportunities with economic and social impact or to initiate and manage innovation and new product development. Core modules such as Business Model design, Digital Marketing & Analytics or Innovation Management are offered during this course. Field trips to entrepreneurship hubs (Silicon Valley, London, Paris), extensive coaching with experienced practitioners and help from the EDHEC incubator are key features of the programme. Students benefit from the help of the career services centre and receive compulsory French courses to enhance their acculturation.
3-year bachelor degree (equivalent) or higher
1 year + internship
application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS/Cambridge test
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
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- Jean-Michel LEDRU - Programme Director, MSc in Entrepreneurship & Innovation
- Siddhant Gupta - Student of the programme
The uber successful entrepreneurs of today didn’t get a master in entrepreneurship to become successful. “Entrepreneurship” is a major fad, so why not get a more universally titled degree like an MBA?
Hi Siddhant. Where are you from and why did you choose this program at EDHEC?
What is the value of the “journal and tool kit club” your site mentions?
Hi Siddhant. Are you an entrepreneur? What’s your startup idea?
What kind of support do you offer entrepreneurs in the program who already have a business or would like to launch a business?
What are our opportunities for internships in entrepreneurship? Are we looking mostly at tech startups?
What kind of industry is there around Lille that would inspire or feed entrepreneurship? Paris has Station F. Anything similar in Lille?
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What is intrapreneurship and in what context would it be used?
Does this master have any module focusing on social entrepreneurship?
What would I learn in this program that I would not learn in a business master’s program? The curriculum seems quite similar apart from one or two classes with the work entrepreneurship in the title.
Where do you organize study trips to? Any start up centers or incubators?
Where do students come from? Are they mainly French people? Do we need a specific background? Thanks
What hard skills does this program provide that would be apparent and valuable to an employer?
Would this degree be appropriate if I want to get a job in a company instead of launch my own business?
Do you offer scholarships for international students?
How is the faculty composed? Are they permanent faculty?