Master of Science in International Project Development
The M.Sc. in International Project Development prepares future managers to develop international business projects from design to implementation. Mainly characterised by a strategic and inductive approach, the programme enables you to progress fast during your career in Business Development. While building skills through courses related to international business development, company cases and project management specific training (including PRINCE2 certification), the M.Sc. in International Project Development programme fosters learning experiences in real-life settings.
Entry requirement: 3 or 4-year Bachelor’s degree or equivalent Duration: 1 or 2 years Location: Rouen Language: English Selection: academic application
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Sandrine Henneron - PhD, Head of the Master of Science in International Project Development
Zhongping RU - Student of the programme, Class 2014
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Hello, is it possible to be admitted to the MSc without speaking French at all? I didn’t have the chance to learn it at school yet but I would be very interested in taking French classes if I’m accepted.
Is the PRINCE2 certification really that important for my career? Wouldn’t it be more relevant to have us take the PMP instead?
Hello, could you tell me about the shaping your career workshops? Can we really count on you to help us find an internship? Thank you.
Expert question : Is there any benefit to coming to France to study international project development, in comparison with studying in the United States for example?
Hi Zhonping! Can you give me a piece of advice for the interview please? Thanks a lot!
Hello, what do we have to do during the abroad field study? Isn’t it a bit like a vacation trip?
What’s the first job I’m most likely to get once I graduate from this MSc? Would that be in France? Thank you for your answer.