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 Format
Format

Full-Time

Programme Length
Programme Length

18 months

Campus
Campus

Ferrières

Tuition fees
Tuition fees

€ 19 500

Career Path
Career Path

100% employability

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Program 2025 – 26

The Ferrières MSc is obtained in 18, 24 or 36* months depending on the path you choose. Below you will discover the details of the program on the Ferrières Campus. For more information on the double degrees please contact us.

The 1st spring semester of the MSc  focuses on the essentials of general management regardless of your chosen specialisation. Essential human sciences and professional expertise in the hospitality, restaurant, and luxury industries are developed and applied through the management of an international product or concept development project.

The MSc2 fall and spring semesters focus on consolidating knowledge, applying skills and deepening students’ expertise in the chosen major. During this semester, students will spend a large part of their time working on their final entrepreneurship project as well as on their MSc academic research.

Flexibility is key: in addition to taking courses from their chosen major, students also have the option to take four courses from the other majors. While at the Ferrières Campus, you will have an average of 24 hours minimum of activities including classes, masterclasses, and seminars. You should expect to spend the same amount of time working on your capstone project, participating in voluntary activities and on personal development.

Specialisations

Semesters 9 & 10 are consolidated under the Leadership & Innovation theme and offer the following specializations:

LUXURY & LIFESTYLE HOSPITALITY

The Luxury & Lifestyle Hospitality curriculum is a cross-disciplinary specialization in which students are actively involved in project work concerning strategy, marketing, communication and business operations. This option covers all major aspects of the luxury hospitality industry, including luxury entrepreneurship and innovation. It ensures the implementation of a creative guest experience (globalized, local, personalized). Graduates in luxury hotel management can move on to careers in international hotel management as well as in the service-oriented luxury retail sector.

WINE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

The focus is on product development, distribution, merchandising, negotiation, and oenology. Potential careers are numerous and include: purchasing, marketing, communication, export, and product management.

A double degree with GEM (Grenoble École de Management) is possible.

REVENUE MANAGEMENT & DISTRIBUTION 

In addition to cross-curricular modules, students learn business scenarios in the classroom and gain a solid foundation in advanced data management, digital marketing, distribution, pricing, and performance optimization.

A double degree with GEM (Grenoble École de Management) is possible.

LUXURY SALES & MARKETING

Luxury companies must constantly adapt their strategies. New generations and their motivational drivers lead brands to implement disruptive changes. Therefore, the development of essential social skills as well as sector expertise is essential to lead the future of luxury brands.

A double degree with GEM (Grenoble École de Management) is possible.

HOSPITALITY TALENT DEVELOPMENT 

The student acquires management skills as well as advanced skills in recruitment, training, and performance management. The future graduate will be able to plan the onboarding, engagement, recognition, and talent development processus for each employee.

A double degree with GEM (Grenoble École de Management) is possible.

FOOD SERVICES & EVENTS

The Food Services & Events curriculum is a cross-curricular specialisation where students take an active part in project work regarding strategy, marketing, communication, and business operations. This option covers major aspects of the luxury hospitality industry, including luxury entrepreneurship and innovation and ensures that a creative customer experience (globalised, local, personalised) is implemented. The Food Services & Events graduates can advance towards careers in the international food service sector and in the event planning sector.

DOUBLE DEGREE WITH EBS ONLY:

International Hospitality Leadership and Sustainable development

The International Hospitality Leadership and Sustainable Development curriculum is a cross-curricular specialisation where students take an active part in project work regarding strategy, marketing, communication, and business operations. This option covers major aspects of the luxury hospitality industry, including luxury entrepreneurship and innovation and ensures that a creative customer experience (globalised, local, personalised) is implemented. Luxury Hospitality graduates can advance towards careers in international hospitality and in the service-focused luxury sector.

Double degree with EBS

International Luxury Management, Marketing and Responsible e-Business

Luxury companies must constantly adapt their strategies. New generations and their motivational drivers lead brands to implement disruptive changes. Therefore, the development of essential social skills as well as sector expertise is essential to lead the future of luxury brands.

Double degree with EBS

TEACHING METHODS AND TOOLS

The Ferrières Training Experience combines 4 main teaching methods:

  • PROFESSIONALISING EDUCATION, which allows students to acquire technological, scientific and technical knowledge taught during the course to reach a given level of expertise through interactive courses.
  • APPLIED EDUCATION (also known as P.A.P. for the Program for Professional Acceleration) which allows students to put the knowledge they’ve acquired into practice and to understand the professional challenges facing companies in the hospitality sector. This approach also contributes to personal development both in terms of maturity and in terms of professional orientation (fields of specialization, companies, professions, geographical regions, etc.).
  • INDUCTIVE TEACHING through participation in regular and one-time events (trade fairs, networking events, masterclasses, competitions, visits, internships, etc.).
  • INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT for students in terms of personal development, further studies, professional goals, and employability.

ASSESSMENT METHODS

Each course is assessed both by Continuous Assessment (CA) and by a Final Examination (FE). All the assessments for each course lead to a CA mark which counts for 60% and an FE mark which counts for 40%.

  • Continuous assessment work varies depending on the course, examples include: participation scores, multiple choice quizzes, individual or group presentations, etc.
  • Final exams may include: a practical test in a professional environment, case studies, projects, and writing and defending dissertations.

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The Ferrières campus offers students an exceptional professional experience and immediately confronts them with “Excellence" thanks to several restaurants, catering and a 4 * hotel.

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