PARCOURS - Développement Industriel

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PARCOURS - Développement Industriel

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Résumé

Established for 35 years in the Nice-Sophia Antipolis region, the Développement Industriel course trains future managers responsible for supporting small and large industrial and service companies in their development strategies. Read more

Objectifs

Initial training / Executive Education Program / Accessible for resumption of studies
2 years
GREDEG / Sophia Antipolis / Campus Saint Jean d'Angély
French / English

Details

Rhythm

Initial training
Continuous training
Study while working

  • Professional contract
  • Apprenticeship contract

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Introduction

The course Développement Industriel allows students to acquire fundamental knowledge about industrial organization as well as more technical skills in the areas of purchasing, logistics, quality, industrial risks and occupational safety. It also provides theoretical knowledge and operational tools from which it is possible to analyze the complexity of competition and industrial dynamics processes. It thus offers students either direct professional integration or further doctoral studies, in particular through the completion of a CIFRE thesis.

The training is recognized by industrial groups in the region (Amadeus, Arkopharma, Mane, Schneider Electric, Suez, Thales Alenia Space, Thales DMS, Virbac, etc.) but also by start-ups in the service sector. Its dual location (Sophia-Antipolis and Métropole de Nice) makes it a key player in cooperation between the university and businesses, and employment at the local level.

Moreover, since its creation, training has been attached to the GREDEG laboratory (Research Group in Law, Economics, Management) of the CNRS. Supporting excellent research is an important asset for the production, dissemination and application of scientific knowledge.

Objectives

The industry is evolving and now includes traditional manufacturing and mining activities, but also includes certain market services following the phenomenon of the so-called servicization of industry. The industrial transformation underway requires companies to rethink their production and cooperation strategies, their operating rules but also their governance models. This industry of the future is part of a more global dynamic that takes into account environmental, societal and economic concerns. It goes through an evolution of trades and employment that it is necessary to support.

To better integrate these changes and enter the era of the 4.0 industry, companies need managers capable of making decisions in an uncertain environment and of implementing suitable operational and managerial solutions. Such capabilities are essential in the areas of procurement and supply, logistics, quality, but also safety and security at work.
Companies are therefore looking for executives with a global vision of changes in the industry, knowing in particular how to:
  • Build strategies in a context of transformation;
  • Analyze and control the main industrial risks;
  • Design and deploy responsible value chains;
  • Build and support quality procedures in the company;
  • Analyze, lead and evaluate innovative projects.
In addition to these specific skills which form the course Développement Industriel, there are transversal skills related to the use of data processing tools and software, information systems, the ability to work in a team under constraints or even new methods. creativity in business. It is to all of these needs that the Industrial Development master's degree meets.

Specificities

Each year, the M2 class organizes a conference on topical issues for industry and service organizations. This event, which takes place in the premises of the GREDEG-CNRS laboratory in Sophia Antipolis, brings together around a hundred participants representing SMEs, large groups, communities but also citizens involved in the industrial and organizational changes of their time around speakers, academics and professionals (private companies, public authorities, etc.), for half a day of debates. The latest editions (late February-early March) focused on: e-reputation (2016), circular economy (2017), Design Thinking (2018) and Industry 4.0 (2019), Industrial Ecology (2021).



Places

GREDEG, Sophia Antipolis, Campus Saint Jean d'Angély

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Partnership

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Admission

Prerequisite

Prerequisites for enrolment

Undergraduate level

Prerequisites training

The Master DI is open to holders:
  • of an Economics-Management License (obtained in initial training, or in validation of prior learning);
  • of another L3 level diploma after consultation with the educational committee.

It requires a mastery of the French language (C1) and the English language (B2)

Obtaining a work-study contract is an asset in the selection process and students will be able to benefit from the support of the corporate relations department.

Target audience

Anyone looking to work or develop their skills in:
  • Project management
  • Helping with business transformation
  • Diagnosis and reporting of CSR performance
  • The development of economic studies or feasibility studies
  • The implementation and monitoring of a strategic watch
  • Forecasts and strategic foresight
  • The implementation of management procedures and rules
  • Mastery of quality management tools
  • The implementation and monitoring of standards and certification procedures in the areas of quality, safety and the environment
  • Supplier monitoring and evaluation

Conditions of applications

 Dematerialized application files.

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An initial selection on file (eligibility) will give rise to an interview with the members of the teaching team. This interview makes it possible to assess the candidate's qualities (interpersonal skills, oral expression, clarity and consistency of the professional project) as well as their motivation. Final admission is after the interview in June.

Date of the recruitment campaign for the 2022/2023 academic year:
Master 1 from 04/11/22 to 06/03/22
Master 2 from 04/25/22 to 06/10/22

Conditions of specific applications

International candidates outside exchange programs must apply on the platform "Études en France" - French Agency in the favor of graduate studies, welcoming foreign students and mobility programs. This platform allows people from certain countries to come to France to start or continue a university program.
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Conditions of admission / Conditions of successful application

The selection is based on the following criteria:
  • Knowledge in general economics, industrial and firm economics, quantitative techniques
  • Consistency between the course followed and the diploma envisaged
  • Consistency between the diploma envisaged and the professional project
  • Useful skills acquired through previous experiences
  • Repetitions of classes
  • Obtaining a promise of a professionalization contract or an apprenticeship contract helps support the application.

Program

4 months in Master 1
6 months in Master 2
Possibility of doing an alternating internship from January in master 1 or 2.

Study or internship mobility authorized in Master 1 for one semester.

 The course DI includes professionalization workshops in the form of tutored projects dedicated to professional integration during the two years of training.

School and work experience alternating

For appreticeship students, 1 week in the university and 1week in a company during the course period. Then full time in the company.

Master 1 Calendar
Master 2 Calendar

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What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Year of highschool graduation

2eme cycle (bac+4 & bac+5)

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

Target skills

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  • Integrate the needs and concerns of companies and organizations in charge of industrial development
  • Apply territorial policies for the development of industrial activities
  • Manage competition and industrial dynamics processes
  • Establish management and project management procedures
  • Project manager
  • Monitor and evaluate suppliers
  • Use quality management tools
  • Coordinate the conduct of a socio-economic study
  • Establish survey techniques and conduct quantitative or qualitative surveys
  • Interpret quantitative and qualitative economic and social data
  • Analyze and position yourself within academic literature
  • Identify and formulate a research question
  • Propose and develop a research methodology
  • Promote its work within the scientific community through communications and publications
RNCP code : 34847
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Target activities / attested skills

Key skills
  • Building strategies in a context of transformation
  • Analyze and control the main industrial risks
  • Design and deploy responsible value chains
  • Build and support quality procedures in the company
  • Analyze, lead and evaluate innovative projects
Transversal skills
  • Ability to analyze and synthesize,
  • Control of information systems,
  • Data processing and analysis
  • Teamwork under constraints
  • English
  • Design Thinking

Further studies

The course is backed by the GREDEG laboratory (UMR CNRS 7321) made up of faculty members and researchers in economics, management, law and sociology.
It offers the possibility to students who wish to build an experience of research of excellence and opens the way to a further study in doctorate, in particular by the realization of a thesis financed by a CIFRE device ( Industrial Training Agreements through Research).

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Job opening

Business sector or job

  • Project manager or business manager in industry
  • Quality Safety Environment (QSE) manager in industry
  • Supply chain manager
  • Scheduling-launch-planning manager in industry
  • Purchasing and supply manager
  • Quality management consultant,
  • Organizational consultant
  • Economic studies officer
  • Researcher in economics, management (CIFRE)
ROME Code(s) :
  • M1403 - Études et prospectives socio-économiques
  • M1703 - Management et gestion de produit
  • M1402 - Conseil en organisation et management d''entreprise
  • K1802 - Développement local
  • H1206 - Management et ingénierie études, recherche et développement industriel

 

Professional integration

Professional integration rate of around 90% in the year following graduation.

Submission

Conditions of submission

Once the registration authorization has been issued, candidates must proceed to their online registrations.
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