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Programme Master in Management
Academic Year Academic Year 2021/2022
Module/course Code OP24
Delivery location Paris
Language English
Course type Specialisation
Contact hours 150
ECTS M1 before 2020 20
ECTS M1 from 2020 25
Level 5 (year post baccalaureate)
Semester Fall
Module name Option E
Field (Discipline) Entrepreneurship
Academic Department Entrepreneurship


Module/course Summary

IMPORTANT MESSAGE to be read before considering any application:
1. This option is characterized by a particular pedagogy. It is more than just a series of courses, it is an intense experiential journey that requires availability, team spirit and a great generosity of effort.
2. For ESCP Europe students, it is mandatory to select the Design Thinking elective in addition to the option BUT please do not take any other elective.
3. If you are an apprentice, you must relinquish any responsibility within your company for the duration of the option.
4. The Institut Jean-Baptiste Say contributes €15,000  to improve the educational experience of students taking Option E. This money is used to fund:
- certain costs relating to the trip to Tel Aviv (exploration of an entrepreneurial ecosystem)
- access to creative spaces
- dedicated support for each project team
5. External students will pay €1950 in tuition fees.
6. All students will have to pay for their return airfare to Tel Aviv, as well as for repatriation medical insurance and food costs.
7.CARBON IMPACT: The modules in the Option E address the challenges of a sustainable world. All your projects will  integrate environmental issues. In addition, the Institute will provide carbon compensation to limit the ecological impact of the trip to Tel Aviv.
8. LANGUAGE: Courses are mainly in English.

The pedagogical methods of this specialization are essentially interactive and are based on solving real challenges. This requires participants to be curious, willing to adapt and proactive. Effectiveness, usefulness and satisfaction therefore depend on strong intrinsic motivation. 
Students wishing to enrol in this option will be required to provide a cover letter. If they wish and to facilitate the selection process, they can also submit a Flash Idea  (a video, a drawing, a text... which will allow the jury to get to know the candidate better in less than 3 minutes). The Flash Idea cannot be submitted with the cover letter. Instead, it should be sent by e-mail to AND
Access to the specialization option in Paris is limited to 45 students who will be selected on the basis of a dossier.