The MSc Global Luxury and Management takes a highly applied approach to teaching guaranteeing its relevance and ensuring that students are professionally operational by the end of the year.
The MSc Global Luxury and
Management opens opportunities to pursue careers in a wide range of fashion and luxury fields. Whilst having a strong disciplinary base in international luxury brand management, its range is such that graduates will be able to work with specialists in other areas, getting involved in creative, marketing or finance positions.
Graduates can go on to work in top level management, designing, sourcing, merchandising, budgeting, advertising, global luxury or fashion brand management as well as strategy.
Graduates of this MSc have the education and training to work in a variety of organisations including: commercial and marketing firms, consultancy and research, corporate luxury or fashion institutions.
Graduates take on roles that are essentially strategic, analytical, marketing and planning.
2015 MSc employment survey
Our latest employment survey
found that graduates of the MSc Global Luxury and
Management have a 89% net employment rate (at six months).
59% work outside of France; most of the others work in the Paris region.
Luxury industry liaison
In this short video Ellen Rohde, luxury industry liaison for the MSc Global Luxury and
Management, NC State University / SKEMA double degree programme discusses her professional experience and her key role as strategic industry advisor on this MSc. She also explains what it means to be personal mentor to students on this MSc programme.
Ellen builds on her network to the benefit of the students.Watch this video