La mission de ce MSc est de former de futurs managers et entrepreneurs capables d'identifier et de développer des innovations au sein des grandes entreprises ou par la création d'entreprise. L’intérêt de ce MSc réside sans doute dans son approche transversale qui se retrouve dans l’intitulé-même du programme. Il prend place dans une école qui est justement connue pour son expertise en entrepreneuriat technologique et management de l’innovation. Sur le papier, le produit est donc prometteur. 12 mois consacrés à un projet.
Niveau de recrutement : bachelor, licence
Durée du cursus : 12 mois (cours) / 12 mois (projet)
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Marie-France DERDERIAN - Program Director - MSc in Innovation, Strategy and Entrepreneurship
Esteban Mier-y-Leon - Student of the program
What exactly does this program aim to achieve? The title is very general and full of buzzwords.
What’s the difference between the programs on the Grenoble campus and the Berlin campus?
What kinds of profiles are you looking for? Should we already have professional experience?
Hello Ms. Derderian. Your site statement mentions the internet of things. How much is this program focused on technology?
What types of jobs would I have access with this degree?
Why study innovation at GEM? Is Grenoble a major tech hub in France?
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What is the agenda for the trip to Silicon Valley?
What kinds of assignments do we get in the live business case? Do companies actually use our work?
Hello, can the English test requirement be waived if one can prove that they did their undergraduate studies fully in English (as language of instruction) in an American university?
What PhD options can students pursue after this MSc course?
How many students do you accept each year? Is it mostly French?
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The Expert Question: There are two schools of thought on Entrepreneurship. One says it’s a skill that can be taught, another says only some have it as an innate talent that can be cultivated. What’s your opinion?
Do you offer business development and support for students who want to launch their own startup?
Can you tell me more about the Harvard course offered in the curriculum, please? Do we get any kind of certificate from Harvard?
What are some examples of final management projects students are currently working on?