PARCOURS - Strategies and International Management

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PARCOURS - Strategies and International Management

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Résumé

Provide knowledge to understand business issues. Implement managerial principles. Understand the actors of the international economy. Acquire skills in finance, marketing, HR and strategy. Read more

Objectifs

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

Details

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Introduction

The SIM course provides high-level training to support business development strategies. It approaches management from a multidisciplinary perspective (negotiation, marketing, consumer behavior, e-reputation and digital business strategy, etc.). The students of the SIM course are all bilingual and trained in the international approach to business by research professors at the forefront of research and professionals who are experts in their fields.
The SIM course is an elitist course that is both generalist and resolutely internationally oriented. It integrates mastery of the English language, interculturality and develops in each area of ​​expertise the specificities resulting from the globalization of markets. The majority of the courses are in English (M1: out of 21 ECUE, 14 are in English. M2: out of 22 ECUE, 12 are in English).

The SIM course offers a specialization preparing for positions of responsibility, such as executive officer, department manager, project manager, operational and strategic manager. The management functions are structured around: Management, finance, administration, Business management, Commerce and marketing and Sustainable development. With the SIM course, students will be able to: Acquire clusters of new skills, Develop a creative way of thinking, Build inclusive approaches, Learn international management, Dive into operational business, Live a dynamic and innovative pedagogy, Benefit from experience of teachers and professionals, Shape your own future.

Objectives

The SIM challenges are multiple and complementary.

First of all, SIM is intended to be a relevant response to the complex issues facing businesses: integrating the notion of transversality, training managers capable of renewing the business in civil society (business as stakeholders, guarantor of the common good). Subsequently, SIM develops creative and original issues. Indeed, SIM is committed to training future managers to make decisions in an uncertain and complex environment in order to provide innovative and creative solutions (new business models, such as socially sustainable development, DSD). In addition, the educational challenge of SIM is to promote transdisciplinary and reverse pedagogy (Use of hybridized courses, learning outcomes, pedagogical alignment, scripting, MOOC, UVED platform). But also to highlight a resolutely international didactic teaching (Erasmus + teachers). Finally, SIM's ambition is to shine internationally.
Indeed, the international stake is to be present on several continents through the double diploma (Irkutsk -Russia-, Rabat -Morocco-).

Specificities

The SIM course is bilingual (FR / ENG). It is profiled to meet the new challenges of international management. SIM has an excellent international reputation : Belgium, Brazil, China, Spain, Morocco, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Tunisia and Ukraine.
The promotions are made up (in order of importance) of courses: 1) EG, 2) LEA and 3) business schools.
Continuous Integral Assessment (CCI). “Tailor-made” training because small staff: 20 and 25 students

Places

Campus Saint Jean d'Angély

Person in charge of the academic program

Partnership

Research center

Admission

Prerequisite

Prerequisites for enrolment

Undergraduate level

Prerequisites training

  • Have a good CECRL level in French and in English (equivalent to C1: experienced user).
  • Have a solid foundation in: English, General Culture, Economics (micro, macro, international economics, international trade), Finance (Market & Business), French, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Quantitative Statistics / Techniques and Strategy.

Target audience

  • First year entry: Hold a license 3 or equivalent.
  • Second year entry: Hold a Master 1 or equivalent.

Conditions of applications

Dematerialized application files.

Send the application through the ecandidat platform

Check the procedures

Apprenticeship rhythm : (3/2): 3 consecutive days in a company and 2 consecutive days at the university (EUR ELMI).

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.
Check the procedure

Conditions of admission / Conditions of successful application

Apprenticeship very strongly desired.

Program

Master 1
  • UE1 : Économie internationale (6 ECTS)
Grands principes économie internationale
Microeconomie et Macroeconomie internationale 
  • UE2 : Commerce international
International trade tools
Issues in international trade and business
  • UE3 : Finance internationale 1
Financial decision marking & internayional accounting
Financial analysis & forecasting technics
Financement de l'iinnovation
  • UE4 : Management international 1

Operational management & innovative processes scaling up towards Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises & Industries
International management & e-business and the 4th industrial revolution

  • UE5 : Stratégies & Durabilité
Sustainable business strategies in a globalizes environment
Sustainable development implementations in organizations
EU energy transition strategy towards more Reliable, Sustainable and Competitive Energy System
  • UE6 : Économie et Globalisation
Enjeux de la globalisation 
Issues in global economics and business 
  • UE7 : Business international
Managing International Business Operations
Business Strategy
International purchases
  • UE8 :  RSE & Négociation
Responsabilité sociale des entreprises
Négociation et entreprise : Adopter une posture d’ouverture pour négocier durablement
  • UE9 : Méthodologie (PPR) 
Méthodologie du mémoire et de sa soutenance & constructions de projets / Methodolody of the Dissertation and its Defence & Construction of Projects
Méthodologie de recherche de stage & emploi
  • UE10 : Projet Professionnel et de Recherche (PPR)

Séminaires :

- Operational Business Advanced

- Hard Skills (Excel, Microsoft tools...)

- International Care Management

Initiation à la recherche - I
Mémoire / stage

Master 2
  • UE1 : Organisation de l’entreprise & International
Global trends & future of work & international management
Intelligence économique et stratégie d'internationalisation
Aspects juridiques et opérationnels des affaires internationales 
  • UE2 : Management international 2
Managing international economic crises
International managing, stakeholders ans consumer behavior
International poject management fundamental's 
  • UE3 : Business International 2
International business games
International business model
E-reputation et stratégie digitale & vente en ligne à l'international
  • UE4 : Stratégie Internationale
Foreign market entry strategies
International business strategy
Venture creation & entrepreneurship strategy
  • UE5 : Finance internationale 2
Éléments financiers en création et gestion entreprise
Actions, gestion de portefeuille et produits dérivés
Influence of international finance on global business
  • UE6 : Grands défis de l’entreprise & Globalisation
Impact of new technologies on the global environment
Géopolitique de la globalisation
Justice environnementale
  • UE7 : Finance internationale
Communication des entreprises à l'international
L'entreprise et communication bienveillante
  • UE 8 : Méthodologie (PPR)
Méthodologie du mémoire et de sa soutenance & construction de projets / Methodology of the Dissertation and its Defence & Construction of Project
Méthodologie de recherche de stage et d'emploi
  • UE9 : Projet Professionnel et de Recherche (PPR)

Séminaires : 

- Artificial Intelligence for Business

- Freedom at Work: Embodied Leadership and Organisational Liberation

- Advanced Excel Features for Managers

Initiation à la recherche - II

Mémoire / stage

 

 

Teachers / Professional contractors

 

 

Position held

ABECASSIS Daniel

Vice President and General Manager STMicroelectronics.

BAECHLER Arnaud

Community Manager/Social Media Manager/Event Manager.

BAZIN Damien

Associate Professor in Economics at Université Côte d'Azur (Accreditation to Supervice Research) & Manager of Master MCI program Strategies and International Management

BIGO Vinca

Associate Professor in Embodied Leadership, Collective Intelligence & Liberated Organizations.

BONETTO Christian-Jacques

Risk Mgt, Agile Coach, Com. Leader Airline R&D Projects & Programmes chez AMADEUS.

BOUDIER Matthias Innovation marketing consultant at Darwin Marketing

CHAILLET Jean-Philippe

Teacher at the Université Côte d’Azur.

CHOVANIKOVA Petronela

Senior Manager pour les projets stratégiques – Veolia Energy Group Slovakia.

COLLEONI Jocelyne Information Competence Manager for Cross-Cutting Competences.

COLETTE Christophe

Teacher at the Université Côte d'Azur and other Higher education institutions.

DANON Marko

Economist-Researcher, CEVES (Belgrade, Serbia).

DEDAJ But

Professor in Economics in University of Prishtina (Kossovo).

EL HAZIME Safae Product Owner at Sequoiasoft.

FAMELI Emmanuel

Managing Director TUFF CONSULT.

GASPARD-CLUA Stéphanie Guidance and career councelor.
GUERCI Eric Associate Professor at the Université Côte d'Azur.

HERITIER Camille

Vocational Guidance Counselor - Continuing Education.

HUGUES Régis

Dirigeant associé chez NASTEO.

HUSSENOT Anthony

Professeur des universités en Science de Gestion Université Côte d’Azur, Laboratoire GREDEG-CNRS.

KRIVOKAPA Alain Business efficiency advisor, instructor & R.E agency manager.
LONG Thierry Associate Professor at the Université Côte d'Azur.

LO SCHIAVO Patrick

Manager of the company TETRA Finance.

MARIANI Philippe

Chief Strategy Officer Sophia Antipolis Science & Technology Park / Sophia Antipolis Foundation – France.

MONINO Carla

PHD student in Economics, University of Toulon.

MOSESCO Éric

Part-time Professor & Business Development Manager.

OKHRIMENKO-ZANOTTI Oléna Référente formation / BU St-Jean d'Angély à Université Côte d'Azur.

ORIOL Nathalie

Maître de conférences en Sciences de Gestion à l’Université Côte d’Azur.

POMMET Sophie

Maître de conférences en Sciences Économiques à l’Université Côte d’Azur.

REDZEPAGIC Srdjan

Professor in Economics at the Université Côte d’Azur.

ROMEO Luigi

Chief Operating Officer at Destia.

SEJOURNE Hélène

Coach – consultant in professional project development at BUIS&SEJOURNE.

SURE Patrick

Consultant innovation & part-time professor.

YAMATE Patrice

Trilingual Teacher and Entrepreneur.

Séminaristes Master 1
CARON Emmanuelle Formatrice en informatique et bureautique.
ROMEO Luigi Directeur Général Opérationnel chez Destia.
SEJOURNE Hélène Coach – consultant in professional project development at BUIS&SEJOURNE.
Séminaristes Master 2
BIGO Vinca Associate Professor in Embodied Leadership, Collective Intelligence & Liberated Organizations.

GUERCI Eric

Associate Professor at the Université Côte d'Azur.

M1: 1 to 4 months 
M2: 4 to 6 months

More informations on internships

School and work experience alternating

Apprenticeship rhythm : (3/2): 3 consecutive days in a company and 2 consecutive days at the university (EUR ELMI).

Check the calendars:
Master 1
Master 2

Consult the platform of job, internship and apprenticeships offers of the University

All of the constituent elements of EU (materials) are in full continuous control. This implies at least two evaluations (one written: case study and one oral: presentation (either individual or group)). This assumes that the ratings are dynamic. As such, a professional was appointed during the last CP to set up an evaluation grid under the supervision of the director of the master's degree.

Concerning the grading: As part of the continuous assessment, the student must be present at the teaching sessions during which two knowledge checks will take place. Attendance and active participation will have an impact on the rating.

Consult the educational regimes
Consult the MCC (Modalités de Contrôle des Connaissances).

What's next ?

Level of education obtained after completion

Year of highschool graduation

Undergraduate level

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

Target skills

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Code RNCP : 34038
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Target activities / attested skills

  • Work in a multicultural context
  • Curiosity, communication, collaboration
  • Initiative, resilience, adaptability and leadership, emotional intelligence, cognitive flexibility, decision-making and discernment, listening skills.
  • Animation (organize and lead a meeting)
  • Budget (establish a provisional budget, develop an argument in terms of investment and profitability, provide for the financing of an investment)
  • Communication (communicate with the customer, meet customer expectations, plan development actions, Identify and interpret customer requests)
  • Expertise (mastering your profession)
  • Negotiation (plan and prepare commercial negotiation, ensure customer follow-up actions)
  • Project (develop a prospecting project, prepare the project)
  • Strategy (meet the conditions necessary for the development of the strategy, carry out the action plan).

Further studies

Job opening

Business sector or job

The SMI course offers a specialization preparing for positions of responsibility, such as executive officer, department manager, project manager, operational and strategic manager. The management functions are structured around:
  • Administration
  • Trade
  • Sustainable development
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Business management
ROME Code(s) :
  • M1703 - Management et gestion de produit
  • H1102 - Management et ingénierie d'affaires
  • M1402 - Conseil en organisation et management d'entreprise
  • M1707 - Stratégie commerciale

Professional integration

All the SMI students found a job after the master's degree.

Submission

Tuition

Registration fees for the national diplomas are set each year at national level. You will also have to pay a student and campus life contribution (CVEC) to the CROUS prior to any registration.

Conditions of submission

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