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|Start date:||September 2015|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
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The Publishing Industry and Cultural Media sectors are developing rapidly with the arrival of digital technology: new reading materials and new practices, new key players, new funding and new sales channels. However, the social and cultural economic weight of print remains the largest factor for cultural expenditure in France.
The Specialised Master (MS) in Management for the Publishing Industry at ESCP Europe, in partnership with ASFORED (France’s leader in training for the publishing industry), responds to the needs of those excelling in this field.
It is geared towards participants from various backgrounds, from sciences to literacy, who are passionate about the written word and the broadcasting of knowledge. The graduates will gain knowledge at a managerial level in the sector of Management for the Publishing Industry.
The course content focuses on a cross-disciplinary and multi-skill approach, covering all aspects of the profession including: cultural, political, economical, graphical, technological, promotional, commercial and international dimensions.
The objective of the Master is to understand, to follow and to anticipate the main developments within the market; to provide high level professionals (BAC +5, or certain applicants with professional experience) with the skills to be able to:
In partnership with ASFORED, this course benefits from a teaching approach that alternates between the teaching of essential managerial skills and practical sessions in harmony with the realities of working in the field, in France as well as internationally.
ESCP Europe's Specialised Masters Programme welcomes applicants from varied disciplines who demonstrate open-mindedness and potential:
Specialised Masters students come from various countries and have different backgrounds: engineers, doctors, pharmacists, students of literature and law, etc.
Originating from 40 nationalities, they form a group of multicultural participants, which makes exchanging and working in groups all the more enriching.
Since its inception in 1991, the ESCP Europe Specialized Master in Management for the Publishing Industry has graduated 322 students who are now part of the ESCP Europe 40,000-member alumni network.
Our programme targets your expertise
The objective of the programme is to understand, to follow and to anticipate the main developments within the publishing industry and the Cultural media markets.
Participants will to be able to:
This full-time curriculum is spread over one year divided into 3 terms as follows:
1 term of professsionalisation from April to December : a company placement of at least 4 months and a professional thesis defended orally to a committee between early November and mid-December the year following the September intake.
Participants have to be proficient both in French and English.
The Specialised Master for the Publishing Industry brings together the well known and confirmed expertises of ESCP Europe and ASFORED and gives the participants a strong management experience applied to the digital publications or print markets.The Specialised Masters for the Publishing Industry's degree is supported and highly recognised by the entire profession since its creation.
At least 3 year(s) of work experience is required.
Information not yet available for 2014/2015.
For the 2013-2014 schoolyear, scholarships depending on both financial need and merit will be granted to the students in the Specialised Master programmes.
Only students who fulfill the two following criteria will be eligible:
The amount of the scholarship is 10% of the tuition fees and will be deducted from these fees. Students will be informed of the amount of their scholarship at the end of October 2013.
For more information, please contact
Registrar, ESCP Europe Campus Paris
Students have to do an internship for a minimum of 4 months in order to graduate (however the average length of internships is 6 months). Although the salary offered can vary, most students get paid between €400 and €1,800 per month during their internships.
A work permit is not required since the internship is a compulsory part of the curriculum. International students are therefore allowed to work with their student residence permit.
The internship is a substantial source of funding for the Specialized Master’s Programs.
3. Campus jobs
Many on-campus jobs are available (clerical work, research or other) and paid by the hour (€8 per hour).
4. Bank loans
You may apply for a bank loan to finance your studies. Many banks offer student loans at attractive rates, with deferred pay back. French banks request that you provide a guarantor in France. If you have no relative in France, we therefore recommend that you apply for a loan from a bank in your own country. Four Paris banks are known to grant loans to ESCP Europe students: BNP Paribas, BRED, LCL and Société Générale.
5. Crédit Agricole / MAEE Scholarship
Crédit Agricole/MAEE scholarship programmes may be granted to foreign students from Hong Kong (China), Italy and Poland.
Dual-citizenship candidates holding French nationality are not eligible. Important: Proficiency in French is mandatory. Application form.
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