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  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 12.4k
  • Foreign: $ 12.4k
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English
  • Deadline:
  • 31 七月 2019
  • StudyQA ranking:
  • 2066pts.
  • Duration:
  • 1 year

    The Master in Project Management  is a 16 to 18-month master programme fully taught. By doing real projects and working under the guidance and supervision of professionals and Project Managers, the students are prepared to be effective project managers mastering the knowledge, methods, tools and techniques of Project Management. Throughout the programme, students will be prepared for the PMI certification and there will be a module of preparation for the CAPM (Certified Assistant Project Manager) certification.

    The programme is accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles.


    Fundamentals of Project Management

    • Project Concepts & Principles
    • PM Project (First Part)
    • Trends of organizational agility
    • Business Game CESIM
    • Managerial accounting
    • Marketing Fundamentals
    • Risk-Management in International Business
    • Business Law
    • Mastering Data in Excel

    Managerial & Communication Skills

    • Cultural Diversity (Integration Week)
    • Writing and presentation skills
    • Français FLE

    Career Development & Counseling

    • Job Marketing
    • Individual counseling
    • Meeting with practitioners (PMI)/conferences
    • Career Days



    Core Modules


    • PM Project (2nd part)
    • PM Project (2nd part) – Oral defense
    • Project simulation with PRINCE2
    • MS Project
    • PMI CAPM preparation
    • Project Team Management and Communication skills
    • Supply chain and procurement management
    • Internal and cost controlling
    • Contract Law

    Managerial & Communication Skills


    • Thesis Methodology
    • Information systems for managers
    • Français FLE

    Managerial Environment

    • Negociation skills
    • Strategic Management

    Career Development & Counseling

    • Job Marketing
    • Individual counseling
    • Meeting with practitioners (PMI)/conferences
    • Career Days



    Professional Mission & Thesis

    • Internship Thesis
    • Internship Oral Defense
    • Internship Company Assesment

    France requirements for international students

    France propose a world-class higher education institutions in an international environment. The application process for international students is exactly the same as it is for french students but it's indispensable to contact with a platform “Etude in France” and the regional department of “Campus France” (a public institution in charge of promoting higher education and managing the reception and international mobility of students).

    Higher education is thus provided by two main types of institution: universities and "grandes écoles". «Grandes écoles» are the most reputable of the French education system. To win admission students get in by competitive examination, the institutions are relatively small, and classes in them small too. French universities are open to all “bacheliers”, or a student whom has passed their baccalaureate, and it's also easier to apply for the university program. 

    It is necessary to point out that the European local or an international student have to complete the application process in its entirety,  as well as submit all documentation at the time of submission so the procces suit to the ground for the students all over the world. Students are eligible for grants and other financial assistance from the governement to support study in France.


    • A bachelor degree
    • Proficiency in English (Official TOEFL score of 550 at least, or IELTS 6.0)

    There is no applictation fee. There are various flexible payments plans as well to pay the tuition fees.

    Three main scholarships schemes are offered:

    • Early bird scholarships:

    Reduction on the fees for students who confirm their enrollment or pay the full fees before starting the programme.

    • Scholarships provided by ESC Clermont Foundation

    Scholarships based on three criteria: Financial situation, academic performance and behavior of the students.

    • Scholarships to go abroad:

    Scholarships allowing students to finance part of their stay in Europe as part of their study abroad in partner university or internship.

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