News & Events

10/15/2010

Back to school for Specialised Masters and MSc


What’s new this year for Post Graduate programmes?

After the Grand Ecole programme and the Bachelor in Marketing & Business, classes have started for post graduate programmes: on October 4th for the MS MIP and MAS, October 11th for the MS MECIC and November 2nd for the MS CIVS. On the other hand, MSc classes had already resumed on September 13th. Here is an overview of the future graduates from these programmes.

The Specialised Master in Management of Pharmaceutical Industries (MIP) is welcoming its 22nd class this year, sponsored by Sebastien Martel, VP of Sanofi-Aventis. Furthermore, the students will be conducting a survey for the company.

On the other hand, the Master in Marketing of Health and Food (MAS) will be welcoming its 4th class this year. They will be sponsored by Marie-Hélène Saniez, Head of Nutrition at Roquette. Three projects are planned with Roquette, Graine’up (fresh barley producer) and Danone.

The Specialised Master in Management of Cultural Organisations (MECIC) will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. It is sponsored by Mercedes Giovinazzo, who was among the first students to graduate from the Master. Today she is at the head of Interarts in Barcelona.

31 students are enrolled in the Specialised Master in the International Wine and Spirits Trade (CVIS) full-time programme and 25 in the part-time course, illustrating the continued success of this unique curriculum in France, which was started 23 years ago. The courses take place at the Wine Management Institute, the first international institute specialised in wine management, founded in 2009.

Finally, concerning the three MSC (International Management, Wine Business, International Business Development) nearly forty students will be starting these international programmes this year. They will be representing twenty countries: Germany, Armenia, Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, U.S.A., France, Guatemala, India, Mauritius, Mexico, Moldavia, Nigeria, the Netherlands, El Salvador, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam. In particular, the MSc in Wine Business, also held at the Wine Management Institute, has 17 students representing 10 different nationalities for its second graduating class, thus confirming its promising start.