Emmanuelle Rigaud, director of the programme, explained the specific features of this highly international course, offered 100% in English, in an article published by Le Figaro. "For their first semester in New York, students take courses at New York University's NYU SPS and carry out a challenge organised in cooperation with Tiffany & Co. as well as a hackathon at the Four Seasons Hotels. In Paris, students also work on a sustainability project with a famous champagne brand: Moët Hennessy," she said.
The global luxury market is changing. Brands are changing their business models and accelerating their transformation processes. They must be more customer-centric, digital, agile, and sustainable than ever. These challenges are opportunities for young talents. They require innovation, efficiency and transformational thinking.
This is what SKEMA is responding to with this MSc Global Luxury and Management programme, created in partnership with New York University School of Professional Studies, providing students and future talents from luxury houses with an innovative and intercultural vision of 'sustainable and connected luxury'.