Master in Management Curriculum

Our Master in Management includes several tracks, both traditional and alternative, with one fundamental objective: to offer you a curriculum that fits your career plan perfectly.

Depending on your level of English, from the outset you can follow most of your courses in English.

Our traditional tracks

Transform your knowledge into skills

  • Strengthen your ability by acquiring the fundamentals of genuine cross-functional management, so as to plan your career and give yourself a head start on your competitors in the employment market
  • Take courses, applying the fundamentals of management  to a specific sector or a “non-traditional” management function such as marketing… in a bank, or management control... in an opera house
  • Continue to build upon and structure your knowledge during an international semester at one of our 300 partner universities
  • Take the introductory courses to familiarise yourself with your final-year

In the final year, a phase where you reinforce your expertise with one of our excellence tracks and you will also have the choice of 16 MSc+ allowing you to have a double diploma.

Finance & Accounting


Business et Management

Our specific tracks

Our Chartered Financial Analyst track (CFA®)

newThis excellence track is completed with an MSc in Investment Analysis.
This prestigious programme, offered on the Reims campus, allows you to:

  • Pass two levels of the CFA® (Chartered Financial Analyst), professional qualification in financial expertise for the CFA® Institute and prepare for level III
  • Train successfully for the professions of financial analyst and portfolio manager
Through this alliance,our School has joined the select circle of partners of the CFA® Institute, around one hundred organisations around the world, including the best business Schools.

Our entrepreneurship track

Do you have an entrepreneurial project in mind ? Do you want to propose and develop projects for a student club or society ? The entrepreneurship track is made for you. Offered in your second year, this selective track allows you to manage one of the School’s societies as a real micro-business or focus on your own entrepreneurial project.

Your specially adapted timetable enables you to follow courses in the morning and work for a student society or on your entrepreneurial project in our incubator in the afternoon.

By choosing this track, you can:

  • Put your skills to everyday use
  • Take on responsibility
  • Participate actively in School life and promote inter-cohort links

This track is also offered to high-level athletes

Our Risk and Financial Technologies track


The objective of the programme is to prepare students for a challenging and rewarding career in financial risk management, the science of measuring risks, and the art of managing them. Learn how to effectively communicate risk to stakeholders. Immerse in real case studies (capstone seminar, financial simulation, MSc Project). Prepare for the Financial Risk Manager® professional certification (FRM) and benefit from the partnership with the Global Association for Risk Professional (GARP), Garp the largest professional association in Finance. Note : Because the programme is RNCP recognised (French National Framework of Qualifications), students who graduate from this programme are eligible to apply for an APS (temporary residence autorisation).

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Our dual-skill/double-diploma track

This part of the programme takes place outside the School at a partner institution and replaces the on-campus, end-of-curriculum specialisation. It offers you the opportunity to develop a specific skill, bringing exceptional added value to your CV. It is open to all our students.

Sports, engineering, project management, art… these programmes are set up around our partnerships with renowned establishments and our other programmes. We aim to : offer you the widest possible range of choices for your specialisation.

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  Design Manager track – Reims’ Ecole Supérieure des Arts et du Design (ESAD)
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Yann-Davy, LeBridge exchange student at UC Berkeley, with Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple

Entrepreneurs without Borders partnered with a prestigious institution : the reknown and historical institution of UC Berkeley. Students will get the unique opportunity to spend 6 months in Silicon Valley in one of the most distinguished universities in the world. They will be able to launch their business projects through LeBridge Program.

Le Bridge program is a year program for students and young graduates looking to become successful entrepreneurs. This program is divided into two parts: the first part at UC Berkeley and then at Schoolab Accelerator. During the first 4 months, student will learn about entrepreneurship by taking hands-on classes and by launching their own venture. This first part takes place at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET), located within the College of Engineering of UC Berkeley. At the end of this first part, students will have the opportunity to be incubated at Schoolab in order to scale their business in France or in the United States. This program gathers students with different backgrounds to create diverse teams, as such NEOMA students enrolled in Le Bridge program are mixed with young entrepreneurs coming from other french and international schools. By the end of the program, students have developed the right mindset to be a successful entrepreneur, explored different ecosystems, grown their network, and have launched a new business.

Students of the incubators can join the incubator of an academic partner and :

  • Discover in a multicultural context the best local entrepreneur habits,
  • Build from the get-go international startups in the logic of “born gobal”,
  • Go further and test their startup project by identifying the local business partners and promising markets,
  • Contribute to the dialogue of local startuppers, in the willingness of an international entrepreneurship ecosystem.

This track is now on several continents :

  • Europe: Dublin City University in Ireland
  • The Americas : Fondation Getúlio Vargas (FGV) in Brazil
  • The Americas : UC Berkeley in the United States
  • The Americas : Brock University & Carlton University & Laval University in Canada
  • Asia : United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) in the United Arab Emirates
  • Asia : IIM, Calcutta in India
  • Asia : Hong Kong Baptist University in China
  • Oceania : Deakin University in Australia