This interdisciplinary Master’s degree addresses both these sets of issues. It studies the complex and changing relationships between business corporations, their stakeholders (shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, etc) and the societies in which they operate. The programme is international in scope, recognising both the wide variety of cultures and corporate governance systems within which businesses operate worldwide and the increasing globalisation of business and finance.

The high quality of education on our SDMI courses means you can expect the following:

  • an up to date and high-quality curriculum
  • excellent standards of teaching and learning
  • strong commitment and support from lecturers
  • effective use of action learning sets
  • a strong ethos and beneficial formative feedback Graduates can pursue careers in local and national government, business, and industry. Possible professions include management consultant, human resources officer, or marketing executive.

SDMI focuses on:

  • sustain and develop scholarship, research, teaching and training in Politics and International
    Relations, which:
  • aspires to best practice in all its activities;
  • reflects its scholarship and research in its teaching;
  • provides lifelong learning skills appropriate to the disciplines;
  • is informed by developments in the other Social Sciences and in the Humanities;
  • achieve a reputation for excellence in teaching at all levels through:
  • maintaining stimulating, generic and subject specific undergraduate teaching;
  • enhancing the postgraduate teaching quality;
  • ensuring that its students are equipped with skills which are both relevant and
    transferable;

The programme has three principal objectives. The first is to provide all students with a basic grounding in the modern theory of international relations, and the different approaches that may be taken to the subject. The second is to enable them to gain a detailed knowledge of those aspects of international relations and strategic studies in which they wish to specialise. The third is to provide them with the conceptual, methodological and empirical background necessary to undertake research
into the subject.

Organisation

Duration : 2 years – ECTS : 120 credits
Bilingual Program: French and English and a third language

Conditions to get the degree

– Student must to follow regullarly all the coures – He/She had to attend their class work, project; exams required in each course – He/She must to get at least 12/20

– Attend and realize Internships in company – Memory

– Student must get the TOEIC with 750 points or an equivalent in french

Tuition Fee

8700 euros per year