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SKEMA Business School

MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Entirely taught in English at the Sophia Antipolis campus, this programme can be done as a two-year double-degree course. The MSc is dedicated to prepare future entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to take advantage of new business opportunities. It is composed of both core courses and electives such as: Finance for New Venture Management; Ethics, Governance and Entrepreneurship; Business Plan Competition « Challenge Jeunes Pousses » or even Doing Business in High Tech... Students with an entrepreneurial project also benefit from the SKEMA incubator.

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Entry Requirements: 4-year degrees (1 year MSc) or 3-year degree (2 year MSc)
Duration: 12 to 24 months
Location: Sophia Antipolis (Paris)
Language: English
Accréditations : AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
Selection: online application + interview + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS/ELS (+GMAT/GRE)
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

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07-12-2016

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Intervenants :

  • Philippe CHEREAU - Directeur du MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Thibaut Saras - Diplômé du programme
  • 00:13

    The Pitch

    01:44

    What’s the difference between this program and an MBA?

    03:12

    Is this program only for people who want to own their own businesses, or is this also a viable degree to find employment in existing companies?

    06:08

    Can you tell me about the ISMA methodology of marketing innovation your site talks about, please?

  • 09:27

    If I have a startup idea, what’s the process of getting support for it from the school incubator?

    13:30

    SKEMA isn’t a name that’s as well known internationally as say, ESSEC. How are your graduates positioned for jobs in a competitive market?

    16:00

    Three Words Max

    17:49

    What’s Sophia Antipolis like for student life? It seems pretty isolated.

  • 20:38

    In the curriculum what’s the ratio of theory to studies of actual business cases?

    22:48

    Are there any famous entrepreneurs who teach in the program, or founders of companies that we would recognize?

    26:09

    Are there work opportunities we can pursue for hands-on experience while we are in school?

    28:20

    I don’t know much about Sofia Antipolis but have seen it described as the European Silicon Valley. Don’t all tech centers claim to be the Silicon Valley of wherever? What’s special about this center?

  • 31:06

    What’s the international mix of students? Where will my cohort come from?

    32:04

    The Expert Question

    32:19

    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 only be cultivated. What’s your opinion?

    35:34

    Every school says it is innovative. What are some things that make SKEMA and this program actually innovative in its own right?

  • 38:12

    What are you looking for in candidates and what can we expect in the interview if we are selected?

    39:20

    Conclusion