MBA dedicated to engineers & scientists

Combined with the exclusive company mission, the Fellows of the Collège des Ingénieurs have access to international MBA classes which provide and develop business fundamentals, leadership skills and an entrepreneurial mindset. Each Fellow has classes in Paris, München and Torino.

The Collège des Ingénieurs enables young engineers and scientists to think and act, right from innovation all the way to market

Technology will impact the future. Therefore, engineers and scientists will have to take responsibility in every step of the business process. The Collège provides the best young science and engineering graduates with a tailor-made education to transform their academic excellence into managerial capability.

Our 10-month MBA prepares each Fellow for the rigours of leading organizations or startups by learning from world-class faculties and renowned experts at the Collège, combined with an impactful company mission and tailored mentoring.

Business fundamentals

Strategy, marketing, sales, HR, corporate finance, investments, accounting, controlling, economics, operations, services, digital, legal, corporate social responsibility
 
You will have the opportunity to learn the fundamental knowledge so that you can understand how a company is structured to generate revenues and margins.

Leadership skills

Intercultural teamwork, communication, inter-processes management, organisation & performance, decision-making, leadership 
 
A high-potential professional career is not only built on technical excellence but also on the ability to position oneself among a team and an organization.

Entrepreneurial mindset

Innovation, venture lab, entrepreneurship, business presentations, masterclasses (fireside talks), summer schools
 
From innovation to market, from lab to customer, turning costs into margins: that is the ultimate goal of our MBA. Thanks to these seminars, you will develop your entrepreneurial mindset.

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