Bachelor of Science in Management

Bachelor certified Bac+3 by the Ministry for Higher Education
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  • 180 ECTS
  • Jan. 2022 - Sept. 2022
  • 36 Months
  • FR or EN
  • €6,900 (Jan. 2022) / €9,200 (Sept. 2022)

DEGREE CERTIFIED BY THE STATE

Introduction

The first two years of our Bachelor’s qualification, certified BAC+3 by the Ministry for Higher Education, provides a generalist core curriculum to help students develop a good understanding of management sciences.

The 3rd and final year involves either specialisation or an overseas degree in order to enter the job market or to provide a solid grounding for further study.

Our Bachelor’s degree can be studied 100% in English from the first year.

 

Objectives

→ Get top management jobs in a wide variety of industries and departments

→ Start your own business

→ Take your studies further with a specialised Master’s

PROGRAM ADVANTAGES

Significant involvement of EDC’s permanent staff in both the core curriculum and specialisations

The signature “DIVE” teaching approach, which provides hybridisation of skills, personal development and mastery of digital technology

A unique system called “EDC Impact” to assist students’ professional development

A specialisation in the field of luxury industry management in which EDC Paris Business School is the leader

A Bachelor’s degree certified by the Ministry for Higher Education and in the Top 5 of post-secondary schools

Program

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Curriculum

The three-year course is divided into six semesters: it awards a total of 180 ECTS credits; each student receives a minimum of 975 hours teaching.

The course is mainly taught on the “Paris La Défense” campus. Students will also have access to all the School’s Paris campuses (Paris La Villette and Paris 7th).

1ST YEAR

→ Program

Bilingual (French/English) track or Full-English track

Semester 1

  • Introduction to accountancy
  • General culture and knowledge of the world
  • Sales techniques + sales mission
  • Solidarity and self-knowledge
  • Quantitative decision support methods
  • “Professional and career effectiveness” workshop
  • Business english
  • Chinese

Semester 2

  • Analytical accountancy
  • Market research + “agorize” challenge
  • Introduction to law
  • Introduction to economics
  • Quantitative decision support methods
  • “Professional and career effectiveness” workshop
  • Business english
  • Chinese

→ Placement

“Discovery” placement (maximum 6-8 weeks) in France or abroad*

* from the start of the 2021 academic year, one of the two 1st or 2nd year courses must be held abroad.

 

2ND YEAR

→ Program

Bilingual (French/English) track or Full-English track

Semester 3

  • Marketing management
  • Soft skills & team dynamics
  • Digital Transformation
  • Corporate law
  • Corporate social responsability issues and trends
  • “Professional and career effectiveness” workshop
  • Business english
  • Chinese in luxury context

Semester 4

  • Financial analysis and company finance
  • Operational marketing
  • Organisational behaviour and human resources
  • Introduction to research
  • Business plan and creating a company
  • “Professional and career effectiveness” workshop
  • Business english
  • Chinese

→ Placement

Development” internship of 8 to 12 weeks maximum in France or abroad*.

* from the start of the 2021 academic year, one of the two 1st or 2nd year courses must be held abroad.

3RD YEAR

→ Program

  • Specialisation management in luxury
  • Spécialisation international business development 
  • Specialisation digital marketing & commercial management (work-study course) 

Or

Academic exchange for one semester or one year.

→ Placement (if specialisation on a full-time course)

Final placement for a minimum of 20 weeks in France or abroad* directly related to the chosen specialisation.

This involves total immersion in a company or any other kind of organisation and its objective is to apply the knowledge acquired on the course and the skills developed in previous placements. The final placement will be presented to a panel which will evaluate both the substance and the form of the student’s professional experience.

DOUBLE DEGREES

EDC Paris Business School has 4 double degree agreements with 3 different institutions abroad:

  • McGill University (Canada): Applied Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Management
  • Dublin Business School -Griffith College (Ireland) : Business studies
  • Academia de Studies Economics de Bucarest (Romania) : International Management
Assessment procedures

Students are evaluated in many different ways throughout their course:

The type of examination is adapted to the level of teaching: during the 1st cycle, examinations (Multiple Choice, tests of knowledge, practical exercises) mainly aim to confirm knowledge acquisition. Later, students are mainly evaluated through case studies, role-play exercises and presentation of project work.

Each placement requires a report to be written demonstrating that the relevant skills have been acquired.

More generally, we use the following six levels of cognitive skill to evaluate our students:

Understand: quizzes, pairing exercises, etc.
Recognise / Know: quizzes, pairing exercises, etc.
Apply: (practical exercises, simulations, etc.)
Analyse: (problem-solving, case studies, etc.)
Evaluate: (case studies, critiques, etc.)
Create: (projects, etc.)

Professors award bonus points for active participation in class or in remote sessions when students contribute to a discussion forum.

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Study abroad through our overseas partners

Pofessional experience

Placements

Apprenticeship

EDC Paris Business School also enables its students to study on a work-study basis.

Pour se former en alternance, deux types de contrats sont proposés : le contrat d’apprentissage en Bachelor et le contrat de professionnalisation en M.Sc In. Both make it possible to combine practical training in a company with theoretical training at an institution.

Popular with both students and companies, this system provides unique long-term experience as a genuine company employee (one week at school – three weeks at the company). This professional experience gives the student both expertise and soft skills, both highly appreciated by companies.

The sandwich course exonerates the student from tuition fees and enables them to receive a salary.

Validation of acquired experience (VAE):

Professionals can apply to have their skills acquired in a professional situation recognized through a VAE process.

January 2022 and September 2022

Admission

DELAYED ENTRY 26 JANUARY 2022: €6900

A new chance to join the Bachelor in Management program without wasting your year!

Do you have a baccalaureate and are you still looking for a Grance Ecole course?
Have you chosen a subject for your higher education that does not suit you?

EDC Paris Business School offers you the opportunity to change direction and join our students halfway through the year, in 26 January 2022, thanks to our delayed entry system, enabling you to join a management Grande Ecole on a fast track.

→ Start: 26 January 2022
→ End of course: July 2022
→ Program:

  • Lectures during school holidays
  • Possibility of studying or taking exams on Saturday mornings and Thursday afternoons
  • E-learning courses

→ ECTS credits: 60

 

    Bachelor in Management Program: why choose deferred admission?

    Delayed entry allows students to join the 1st year of the Grande Ecole Program thanks to intensive, specially-adapted teaching over one semester as follows:

    • Lectures during school holidays
    • Possibility of studying or taking exams on Saturday mornings and Thursday afternoons
    • E-learning courses

    We help you with a specially-designed program enabling you to enter the 1st year later, yet achieving the same objectives and completing the same courses as the students who joined the course in September 2021.

    Thus you will enter the 2nd year of the Grande Ecole Program with your classmates in September 2022 thanks to the fast track you have taken in the 1st year.

      Choose an excellence track:

      • The Grande Ecole offering work-study courses and proximity to companies
      • Master grade recognised by the State
      • 18 specialisations in key sectors of the job market: finance, marketing, digital technology, international business, entrepreneurship, luxury, etc.
      • 3 excellence tracks:
        • English track from the 1styear
        • Global Mobility track from the 4th year
        • Luxury Management track from the 4th year with specialisations in luxury brand management, Fashion, Food and Wine
      • Considerable international and multi-cultural experience
      • Possibility of 22 double degrees in France and abroad
      • 7 specialities on a work-study course basis
      • Strong commitment from our 18,500 influential alumni spread though 71 countries
      • 3,000 job and placement offers every year.

        How to join by delayed entry?

          Apply immediately by downloading the application form and take part in one of our three competitive examination sessions

          Sessions Application closing dates Résults
          Session 1 November 2021 End November 2021
          Session 2 December 2021 Mid-December 2021
          Session 3 January 2022 End January 2022

          Admission on the basis of baccalaureate marks and application form

          1ST YEAR ADMISSION - POST BAC

          For French students:

          → Admissions via Parcoursup and in-house competitive entrance

          This route is open to French and overseas students who are eligible for Parcoursup, having a baccalaureate or its overseas equivalent.

          Bachelor of Science in Management

          Parcoursup

          Parcoursup The candidate chooses “EDC Paris BS” to join the Bachelor program.

          1. 1. For pupils in the final year of secondary school:
          • Expected marks in the baccalaureate in French and specialist subjects,
          • Core subjects,
          • Marks from the penultimate (3 terms) and final (first 2 terms) school years,
          • Items from the “fiche Avenir” (work methods, ability to work unsupervised, commitment and initiative, etc.),
          1. For holders of the baccalaureate seeking to change direction:
          • Marks from the baccalaureate,
          • Expected marks in the baccalaureate in French,
          • Distinction (if applicable)

          In-house competitive entrance exam – Parcoursup

          (only for candidates who have successfully passed the first stage)

          The fees for the in-house exam are payable on Parcoursup

          -> 1st stage (admissibility phase): analysis of Parcoursup dossier

          -> 2nd stage (admission phase)

          Asynchronous oral tests (remote, by video):

          • 1st oral test(duration 30 minutes) – multiple choice test in English
          • ​2ndoral test(duration 30 minutes) – interview to determine motivation & match with course objectives

          Test dates:

          • Before midnight on 8 April 2021: deadline for confirmation of choice on
          • Parcoursup 9 April 2021: applications begin to be examined
          • 12 April 2021 from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm: Multiple choice English test
          • from 17 April to 2 May 2021: interviews
          • 27 May 2021: results available on Parcoursup

          ADMISSION ON THE BASIS OF QUALIFICATIONS FRANCE - 2ND AND 3RD YEAR

          This route is open to any French student who has obtained 60 or 120 ECTS credits at a university or other establishment recognised by the State or who holds a DUT, a BTS or an RNCP
          level V qualification.

          → Admissions on application and motivation interview

          1. Content of the file :
          • Transcripts (last two years),
          • Copy of diplomas obtained,
          • Letter of motivation and two letters of recommendation,
          1. For successful candidates, the evaluation continues with two oral tests:
          • 1st oral test (duration 30 minutes) – motivation & suitability for the training objectives
          • 2nd oral test (duration 30 minutes) – English MCQ

          ADMISSION ON THE BASIS OF QUALIFICATIONS INTERNATIONAL: 1ST YEAR, 2ND YEAR & 3RD YEAR

          This route is open to any French student who has obtained 60 or 120 ECTS credits at a university or other establishment recognised by the State or who holds a DUT, a BTS or an RNCP level V qualification.

          → Admissions on application and motivation interview

          1. Content of the file :
          • Transcripts (last two years),
          • Copy of diplomas obtained,
          • Letter of motivation and two letters of recommendation,
          • A valid test of French as a foreign language for candidates who have not attended a French-speaking school.
          1. For successful candidates, the evaluation continues with two oral tests:
          • 1st oral test (duration 30 minutes) – motivation & suitability for the training objectives
          • 2nd oral test (duration 30 minutes) – English MCQ

           

          Tuition fees

          DEFERRED ADMISSION JANUARY 2022

          → All students: €6,900*

          *tariffs for the 2021/2022 academic year

          SEPTEMBER 2022

          → French or european union students:€9,200*

          → Foreign students: €9,770 Euros*

          *tariffs for the 2021/2022 academic year

          For more information, the admissions department offers personalised appointments by telephone on +33 1 46 93 02 70 or by e-mail admissions@edcparis.edu

            Finance

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              ADMISSION

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              Career

              Getting a job

              Our Bachelor in Management gives you a Level II in the French RNCP system (equivalent to Level 6 in European Nomenclature) equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree and/or an official degree from a foreign university.

              * For any student who joined the Bachelor course before 1 September 2021, the awarding of the RNCP certificate is the responsibility of the FORMATIVES certification organisation and is subject to a specific process.

              All students who join the Bachelor course from 1 September 2021 will receive a degree certified as being of Bachelor level by the Ministry for Higher Education.

              Careers and employment service – the EDC impact system

              As part of the Bachelor degree, 75 hours spread over three years are devoted to career development and the search for a first job.

              This support system, called “EDC Impact” enables each student to gradually develop their career objectives during the three years of their course. It puts technical and behavioural teaching into practice and provides new teaching modules (technical course on finding a placement, personalised preparation for job interviews with recruitment professionals).

              • 1st year: students gain better understanding of their personality and aptitudes
              • 2nd year: students identify target professions that correspond to their aspirations and gradually develop their career orientation
              • 3rd year: students finalise their career objectives, making the most of the acquired skills and personality traits that will enable them to make a difference in a company.

              Find the job of your dreams with our “Career Center” which publishes more than 3,000 placement and 2,500 job offers every year.

              -> Find out more

              Graduate network

              Force EDC” is the network of former EDC Paris Business School students. It consists of 18,500 members in 71 countries throughout the world.

              The association has three main missions:

              • Support the network of graduates in France and throughout the world
              • Support graduates throughout their career, wherever they might be, with personalised services
              • Promote EDC Paris Business School through events and meetings in France and throughout the world.

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              Job prospects

              → Digital technology, marketing and communication: digital project leader, community manager, digital communication officer, content manager

              → Commercial management: area manager, manager of sedentary or itinerant sales teams, key account manager, sales engineer

              → International track: product manager, start-up consultant, export manager, business unit manager

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              Student associations

              Commitment to associations and solidarity are at the heart of EDC Paris Business School’s teaching program. Students can join one of the School’s 13 associations or commit to a partner association and carry out missions in the non-mercantile, solidarity economy.

              Associations

              Students choose to join one of EDC Paris Business School’s associations (Students’ Union, Sports’ Association, Gala EDC, Entrepreneurs Club, etc.).

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