3 Continents | 3 Business Schools | 1 Program
The Global Entrepreneurship Program is a 12-month full time double degree program between EMLYON Business School and Purdue University's Krannert School of Management, which is entirely taught in English. Students will start the year in France, where courses will be centered on the theme “Launching a company”, continue on to China to get a deeper look at the topic “Family Business and harvesting a company”, and finish the year in the United States where students will focus on the theme “Developing a company”. Each location offers five modules, each of which is focused on key elements of successful entrepreneurship.
During 12 months, the Global Entrepreneurship Program students will pursue four different areas of interest:
“Today we live in a globalized society. A prop may be designed in the US, produced in China and then shipped to Europe and I think the best way to prepare for a future in business is to have experience on those three continents” - Chris is an American Graduate from the Global Entrepreneurship Program, 2011
"The program was a very good experience overall and the best year of university I have spent. Academic wise it was very interesting because you get to learn a lot of things and in a lot of different areas (marketing, finance etc…). Overall the program gives you the tools required to create a start-up or to join a company. The projects were the best part of the academic experience. For most of us it was the first time we actually worked as entrepreneurs. We managed our own little business and team." - Sylvain Brochard, French Graduate and Business Unit Director for the UK and Asia Pacific at Alcimed (London, UK)
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