By the end of the MSc year, you will be able to think and act like a consultant. You will be equipped with problem-solving skills, a strategic mindset, and advanced knowledge about digital technologies, which will help you join some of the best consulting companies in today’s digital world.
The MSc in Business Consulting and Digital Transformation comprises eight months of courses followed by a four-month internship.
Students graduate as knowledgeable consultants with areas of expertise in strategy, project management, business analysis, digital and sustainable solutions and more.
Every year we re-align our academic curricula with the newest market trends provided by our Advisory Board (composed of senior executives of EY, Accenture, Capgemini, Frost & Sullivan, Sopra Steria Next), guaranteeing the market competitiveness of our graduates.
The programme is taught in English on campus in Sophia Antipolis, which is a 2,400-hectare technology park in France, and home to more than 2,500 companies and start-ups in the fields of consulting, computing, electronics, telecommunication, and biotechnology. Throughout the years, SKEMA has been able to develop close partnerships with technology companies of the Sophia Antipolis region, as well as collaborations with multinational corporations outside France, with which our students have the privilege to work on real-life consulting projects.
One of the aims of the programme is to educate consultants who can operate at an international scale at the Big 4 consulting firms (Deloitte, KPMG, EY, and PwC) and similar. Therefore we value inclusivity and a variety of cultures in our student cohorts. Every year, our programme is joined by students of more than 20 nationalities with 50/50 men to women ratio. .
Students can join this programme in either the fall (September) or spring (January) intake.
As starting in the spring semester may be more of a challenge (the academic part of the programme has been designed for start in fall), we require three years of business experience for spring intake candidates .