Master's degree in Management Sciences (Evening)

Master's degree in Management Sciences

Level

Master

Credits

60

Duration

1 year(s)

Course schedule

Evening

Languages

French

Overview

Programme structure

Tuition fees

Admission

Develop your management skills with a broad-based yet compact programme to galvanise your career path!

The Master's in Management Sciences (evening course) is a one-year programme (60 credits).

It is organised as an extension to the Bachelor's degree in business management.

It allows students to further develop their knowledge in various management science disciplines.

What prospects does this programme offer?

Students of the Master's in Business Management are trained to take managerial positions with a focus on one of their areas of specialisation.

This Master's programme, true to ICHEC's mission, trains Managers:

  • with broad subject knowledge and specialist knowledge in one or two management fields
  • to have operational skills, that is to say, to be able to act practically, on their own or as part of a team, to develop and implement solutions incorporating aspects from their field of specialisation.
  • that are responsible for their own future and that of the company
  • that have an international outlook, mindful of complexity and maintaining a critical mindset
  • that are able to communicate orally and in writing in several languages

 

Professional situation after 2 years

 

Departments - Positions

 

 

Evening programme

The evening teaching programme is specially designed to meet the needs of students seeking to obtain a "full-time" quality diploma to reinvigorate their career. Our teaching methods are adapted to the particular profiles of students and their time constraints.

We value professional integration through teaching methods centred on the student's development within his/her work environment.

 

Paid educational leave

Under certain conditions, a working student can benefit from paid educational leave in order to reconcile his/her professional activities with the demands of his/her studies and exams. Further information can be found on the website: http://www.emploi.belgique.be

Code Course Hours Quadri Credits Teachers
Economie
21EC015 Topics in Economics and Environment 60 Q2 4
  • Philippe ROMAN
Final paper
21XP013 Mémoire 190 Q1 Q2 16
  • Benoît PIRAUX
Gestion
21GE017 Management organisationnel et humain 60 Q1 5
  • Anne ROUSSEAU
21GE031 Management Stratégique 60 Q2 5
  • Pierre-Alain SCHARFF
21GE051 Advanced Finance (Corporate Finance + IFRS) 60 Q1 5
  • Valérie KINON
21ICI11 Export-Import Strategy 60 Q2 5
  • Marie-Lise HEINEN
21IDM26 International Marketing 60 Q2 5
  • Andrea Zynga
Informatique et systèmes d'information
21IF011 Stratégie digitale des entreprises 60 Q1 5
  • Alain EJZYN
Sciences humaines
21SH033 Ethique d'entreprise et durabilité 60 Q1 5
  • Frédéric KUPPER



Option: a 5 credits course to choose between:
Code Course Hours Quadri Credits Teachers
Financial Markets and Sustainability
21FFM41 Marchés et risques financiers 60 Q1 5
  • Christophe DESAGRE
Gestion
21IDM11 Droit commercial international et résolution de conflits 60 Q1 5
  • Emilio Paolo VILLANO

Student status

Fees/year of study

Belgian

836€*

From the European Union

836€*

From outside the European Union

3.212€*

*This amount is subject to change as a result of any possible legislative changes

    Bachelor's degree obtained in Belgium

    Admission requirements

    The following Bachelor's degrees grant immediate access to the Master's programme:

    • Successful bachelor's degree in economics, economics and management, management sciences, management engineering from a university subsidised by the French Community of Belgium
    • Successful bachelor's degree in economics or management from a Haute Ecole [vocational university] subsidised by the French Community of Belgium

    Graduates of short full-time Bachelor's degree programmes or of Bachelor's degrees completed as adult education from the Wallonia-Brussels Federation and Bachelor's degree programmes from the Flemish Community of Belgium can access directly to Master's courses by following an additional programme of 60 ECTS credits maximum.

    Admission procedure

    • Complete your preregistration online between June 15 and September 30.
    • Once your preregistration has been accepted, you will be able to finalise your registration online or on our campus.

        Bachelor's degree obtained from within the European Union

        Admission requirements

        The following Bachelor's degrees grant access to the Master's programme following a case review

        • Successful bachelor's degree from a European University (Bologna process) in the field of economics or management
        • The average of your previous diplomas must be at least 13/20.
        • Your level of English must be at least C1 or B2 (with additional English) and attested by the result of an official test (IELTS, TOEFL or TOEIC) dating from less than 2 years ago, unless you did your first cycle in English.

        Admission procedure

        • Admissions are open from February 1 to September 15.
        • Put together your academic file.
        • Apply for admission via our online platform.
        • If your application is accepted, please prepare your administrative file.
        • All the information and the procedure are available here.

            Bachelor's degree obtained from outside the European Union

            Admission requirements

            The following Bachelor's degrees grant access to the Master's programme following a case review

            • Successful bachelor’s degree from a university outside the Bologna system in the field of economics or management.
            • The average of your previous diplomas must be at least 13/20.
            • Your undergraduate degree must have been obtained no more than 7 years ago.
            • Your level of English must be at least C1 or B2 (with additional English) and attested by the result of an official test (IELTS, TOEFL or TOEIC) dating from less than 2 years ago, unless you did your first cycle in English.

            Admission procedure

            • Admissions open on February 1 and close on April 30 .
            • Put together your academic file.
            • Apply for admission via our online platform.
            • If your application is accepted, please prepare your administrative file.
            • All the information and the procedure are available here.