Specialised Masters
Become an expert & a manager

“Our future graduates will be facing a world which is turbulent, open and unpredictable.”
We prepare them for this challenge.

To become more adaptable and better able to face up to this increased complexity, they require new skills and innovative management models. New professions are appearing and developing around sensitive issues and, at the same time, the more “classic” professions are taking on a wider, more far-reaching and more managerial dimension.
Modern organisations therefore need experts in their own specialist fields or sector but also managers who are capable of grasping the major challenges and taking an active role in the changes and developments taking place within the company.

Obviously you require great skills to be both a manager and an expert. By detecting these changes and helping to develop effective techniques and methods, EMLYON is making a significant contribution to this general movement and thanks to its training skills, which make it one of the top European Business Schools, it can offer companies the profiles they are looking for.

Visiting professors, foreign students, partnerships with the largest Business Schools in the world..., there are all part of our international focus. In addition, some students from "Mastères Spécialisés" Master Agro-Industrial Management, Technology & Innovation Management and International Marketing and Strategy of Industrial Companies have the opportunity to spend three months (April to June) following the MBA course at the EOI (Escuela de Organizacion Industrial) in Madrid or Seville

Discover the range of 12 Specialised Masters, entirely taught in French:

Finance & Banking

Technology & Innovation

Marketing, Management & International

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