Masters in Entrepreneurship and Project Management
Why take a Masters in Entrepreneurship and Project Management?
This specialism in the Grande École Programme produces managers with an all-round entrepreneurial profile. Upon completion of this cross-cutting course, you will be able to create a startup, take over a micro-business or SME, head up an intrapreneurial project or support the implementation of a business creation plan. You will also be able to develop your own entrepreneurial project by using the free services provided by the IPAG incubator (legal advice, help with the creation of a business plan, contact recommendations, etc.).
What classes are included in Entrepreneurship and Project Management?
Core classes will enable you to develop your leadership and the skills you need to adopt an ethical and responsible management approach. As for the specialisation classes, given by teacher-researchers, entrepreneurs or industry experts, they cover areas such as design thinking, e-business and auditing. Lastly, you will prepare to become PMP and PMI-certified ('Project Management Professional' and 'Project Management Institute' respectively). These certifications set the standard in business management for project managers at European level.
- Business Ethics & CSR
- Digital transformation & innovation
- Business challenge
- Major contemporary issues
- Design thinking & innovation
- Weekend challenge
- Preparation for the PMI certification
- Entrepreneurial support
- Audit and corporate strategy
Advantages of the Masters in Entrepreneurship and Project Management
Complete your course by combining work and study
In the Grande École Programme at IPAG, you have the option to take your masters on a work-study basis by signing an apprenticeship or "professionalisation" contract with a company or organisation. This option enables you to spend two days a week at the school and three days "in the field", to allow you to gain as much work experience as possible. If you do not take up this option, there is a compulsory final internship of at least six months.
Obtain a double degree
The fifth year is also the opportunity to earn a double specialisation and obtain a degree from one of IPAG's partner universities: an MSc Finance & Investment (University of Greenwich), MSc Business Management (City University of New York), MSc International Marketing (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics), MSc International Marketing or International Marketing with Tourism & Events (Napier University).
Put your knowledge into practice with business games
Our business games enable you to learn through practice, with a fun and collective approach. As a team, formed of students from all of the specialisms in the Grande École Programme, you will address a problem presented by a company. Just a few months before you enter the job market, this fifth-year challenge also offers the chance to demonstrate your talents in project management to the recruiters present.
Develop in-depth expertise through a dissertation
Like all of the fifth-year students, you are required to write and defend a masters dissertation. The dissertation can be on an academic or operational topic related to the area of entrepreneurship.
What career paths will be open to you following a Masters in Entrepreneurship and Project Management?
The following jobs are open to young graduates of this masters course:
- Operational manager
- Business creator or buyer
- Project manager
- Business creation consultant
- Business development consultant
- Change manager
How to enrol for the Masters in Entrepreneurship and Project Management?
The second year of the masters programme enables students to extend and consolidate skills and knowledge developed during the fourth year of the Entrepreneurship and Project Management major. This course is therefore intended first and foremost for students who already have a solid grounding in the subject or students leading an entrepreneurship project.