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MSc in Luxury Management Marketing

Become The Expert Companies Want To Recruit

The MSc in Luxury Management Marketing Marketing is a 16-month programme delivered by emlyon business school in partnership with Parsons School of Design at The New School (New York City) and in association with London College of Fashion, preparing students for an international management career in the luxury industry. It offers you a true multi-campus and multi-country experience by studying in Paris, London or New York and Shanghai.

You’ll acquire the basics of management, discover how to apply specialist management knowledge to the luxury industry, focus on the Fashion and Lifestyle Industry (London) or the Luxury Design Industry (New York City) and master fundamental skills that you will transpose to the luxury dimension of your choice. You will also experience the differences in international business cultures. Furthermore you will gain tangible work experience through the internship and business projects that are an inherent part of the curriculum. If you want to build a successful career in the highly competitive, highly international luxury industry, then this programme offers you all that you need.

Throughout the year, various company visits and seminars are organised, but the contact with the business community does not stop there. You will be invited to participate in different Careers Days, where companies come to the campus to recruit future managers and high-quality interns.

Find out more by browsing through the rest of the website.

What they say about us

2nd best Graduate Programme (except MBA) in Luxury Management in the 2017 EDUNIVERSAL ranking

« The main highlight in the MSc in Luxury Management Marketing Marketing was the team of professionals that came to teach us in all three countries. Not a lot of schools offer students the opportunity to learn from a lawyer of Louis Vuitton or the head of Zegna to teach you about digital marketing.” Arjit Birani, MSc in Luxury Management Marketing graduate

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« The MSc in Luxury Management Marketing has provided me with a unique opportunity to obtain a strong foundation in luxury, apply my skills and experience, and achieve my career goals.” Jolanta, current student of the programme.

Nicole, future student of the MSc in Luxury Management Marketing explains why she decided to join .





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E-Business MSc

E-Business MSc

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Our E-Business MSc combines leading technology with business strategies, entrepreneurship and organisational behaviour. It will prepare you to succeed in the modern business world. You will explore how companies conduct electronic business, from start-ups to multinational corporations. Newcastle’s vibrant, growing business culture will support your personal development and employability prospects.

Video: Staff, students and employers talk about studying business at Newcastle.

97% of Business and Management Studies research outputs internationally recognised.

E-business success combines leading technologies. long-term business strategies. entrepreneurial capacity to implement strategies through technology and the alignment of peoples’ behaviour inside and outside the organisation.

From a functional perspective, e-business is how companies conduct electronic business. It is how activities related to clients, suppliers and partners integrate with internal systems, such as logistics, operations and finance. This is all based on a strong customer-centric organisational culture.

Through the course you will develop knowledge of:

  • the business value of contemporary technologies
  • your personal development as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur
  • the feasibility of disruptive business models
  • how to foster innovation in firms
  • business planning and new ventures
  • the link between business strategy and systems
  • business processes. such as the ones involving clients and suppliers
  • the management and development of e-business systems
  • the mutual impact between technology and organisations

Topics you will cover include:

  • technological forecast in society
  • government policy on technology and innovation
  • innovation management
  • collaborative work on projects
  • business processes re-engineering
  • information systems integration
  • organisational change

Career

The E-Business MSc is designed for professionals from any academic background who want to take general responsibility for e-business initiatives in any function of a company. This ranges from internet operations to internal systems, technology start-ups to multinational corporations, and includes product and service providers.

Our graduates progress into careers as consultants. managers or business leaders. The course is also relevant to industry analysts and product development managers in the e-business sector. Some graduates from our E-Business courses have worked for internationalcompanies. such as:

  • Google
  • Yahoo
  • Dell
  • KPMG
  • Ernst Young
  • PwC
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • The Hut Group
  • Travix International
  • Hitachi Solutions
  • BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
  • Ctrl-Shift
  • HSBC
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Datwyler
  • Walmart

Other graduates have used their acquired expertise to start up their own companies, or develop their family business .

Business and Management Studies 14th in UK for research power.

Delivery

Our course offers a complete and balanced combination of modules on e-business. You will start by studying the fundamentals of e-business. gradually developing your analytical and practical skills. By the end of the course you will meet the most demanding professional and academic requirements .

Our staff are world-class researchers who have also been successful entrepreneurs, consultants or top level managers.

Newcastle Science City

We are a lead partner in Newcastle Science City. The initiative aims to maximise Newcastle s scientific potential and enhance our reputation for world-class science .

Newcastle Science City aims to create new businesses. attract investment and strengthen science networks. The initiative has created an entrepreneurial, technological and vibrant culture. which is at the core of our E-Business MSc.

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Depending on the country it might also mean without doing the master first (?) Otherwise it would be a bit strange to have just 3 years of bachelor followed by a fast track Phd. That would mean only 5 years compared to the 8-9 years it takes in every other country. Can t believe that this is possible. Would be a bit too easy in my opinion 😉

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In Australia you can go straight from a BA Honours to a PhD without having to do any postgrad stuff in between.

When I went to Australia for my Masters by Research Only (no coursework) in 2011, the first day I met my supervisor he advised me to upgrade to a PhD and to treat the project as a PhD project, which I did. I submitted in 3.5 years and have been finished since December 2014 (now graduated and officially a Dr yay!)

I m originally from Canada, so had applied for a masters thinking that I had to do one first, but this wasn t the case in Australia.

It s not a fast-track per say but the option to skip the MA if you have the capacity. However, there are upsides and downsides. The upside was a quicker finish for the PhD, but some downsides included feeling a bit behind (even though I did very well) because I didn t have the MA experience coming straight out from a BA honours, and feeling behind in some areas such as knowing about grants, getting published and conference attending. It was also a whole new subject area for me as well.

So to fast track, the options need to be weighed. It hasn t impacted my career as I managed to land a T R position at my uni and am beginning to collaborate with other researchers on projects, but it also hasn t been easy.

So one thing to keep in mind is that fast tracking can be a disadvantage for you when considering all the other not-so-directly related aspects of the PhD/Academic life. I had full funding from the university in the form of an international scholarship, so grants were not things I was thinking about (but now wish I had to beef up the CV).

I had 4 years BA and then the PhD took an additional 3.5 years, so a total of 7.5 years.

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However, there are upsides and downsides. The upside was a quicker finish for the PhD, but some downsides included feeling a bit behind (even though I did very well) because I didn t have the MA experience coming straight out from a BA honours, and feeling behind in some areas such as knowing about grants, getting published and conference attending. It was also a whole new subject area for me as well.

I definitely agree. I think even though it takes longer, there are big advantages to doing an MSc before a PhD.

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05-Jun-15, 07:18

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posted about 2 years ago

I think it depends on your long-term goals. If you go for a position in academia such as lecturer, assistant professor etc. it is probably an advantage. It is hard to compare PhD students among each other but I have a hard time believing that someone with only the bachelors degree has the same routine and performs as well as someone with a master degree. I definitely would not. We have 2 year master programms and that is often more than 1 year practical lab research + the course work combined. That is just a lot of experience.

However, if you don t want to continue in academia, I would consider it a huge advantage to skip the master. Companies often appreciate younger applicants, as they are more shapeable and you also have the advantage of getting a real salary two years earlier. Not so bad. It is definitely one of the down sides that you are often 30 years + until you enter the job market.

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05-Jun-15, 08:24

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posted about 2 years ago

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. It is hard to compare PhD students among each other but I have a hard time believing that someone with only the bachelors degree has the same routine and performs as well as someone with a master degree.

I find this a little insulting. However, it s also not clear if you are referring to hard science degrees only, because I am in the social sciences and do mixed methods (quant/qual) as well as both content analysis and interviews as my major research methodologies.

If the former, I may have had just bachelors with honours, but I also graduated with an exceptionally high average (over 90%), had two RAs under my belt by my undergraduate graduation, one completed for a not-for-profit while the other for my university, 2 scholarships and 1 grant, a publication and fieldwork experience.

I performed exceptionally well during my PhD despite the set backs I mentioned earlier. I was fully funded, had a very strong result with my PhD examination (pass with minor and I mean took 2 days minor changes), continued to gain RA experience, completed social research tenders (i.e. outside the university research for not-for-profits/governments), conference presentations, had published from my PhD prior to submission and am currently publishing more works, and a heap of teaching experience that included complete unit coordination and lecturing as well as tutoring and guest lecturing. None of this includes any of the community outreach or professional service that I engage in on top of all of this.

But this wasn t easy and I worked very, and I mean very hard. I knew I had a disadvantage coming in straight from a BA Honours, but to suggest that someone like me wouldn t perform as well as someone with a masters degree is a bit pretentious. I know a number of masters to PhDs doing absolutely poorly, and ones doing very well.

It s highly individual and on that note, no PhD student will have the same routine that works for them.

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05-Jun-15, 09:16

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posted about 2 years ago

You would have exactly the same CV if you did a 2-year master before your PhD project. I am not saying that people who start a PhD after their bachelor degree are generally incompetent, but that 2 years more experience are 2 years more experience (for the individual researcher !). No need to justify yourself. It is just a completely objective fact. Of course you also find incompetent master graduates but that is completely individual. Those people would not have performed better if they started the PhD right away after the bachelor.I may relate it to natural sciences, but that does not change the point. More experience is more experience. I don t really believe that someone does 2 years of masters and does not develop at all.

I did not mean that offensive but I truly believe that e.g. a physicist needs much more supervision and guidance if he starts a PhD after the bachelor compared to the same physicist with a master degree. If you just compare a master thesis to a bachelor thesis and the amount of time you spent for the research. That is a huge difference. I can t believe that this makes no difference for the individual. That you worked hard doesn t change that fact or would you ve worked less hard during a master degree? 😉





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E-Business MSc

E-Business MSc

Profile

Our E-Business MSc combines leading technology with business strategies, entrepreneurship and organisational behaviour. It will prepare you to succeed in the modern business world. You will explore how companies conduct electronic business, from start-ups to multinational corporations. Newcastle’s vibrant, growing business culture will support your personal development and employability prospects.

Video: Staff, students and employers talk about studying business at Newcastle.

97% of Business and Management Studies research outputs internationally recognised.

E-business success combines leading technologies. long-term business strategies. entrepreneurial capacity to implement strategies through technology and the alignment of peoples’ behaviour inside and outside the organisation.

From a functional perspective, e-business is how companies conduct electronic business. It is how activities related to clients, suppliers and partners integrate with internal systems, such as logistics, operations and finance. This is all based on a strong customer-centric organisational culture.

Through the course you will develop knowledge of:

  • the business value of contemporary technologies
  • your personal development as an entrepreneur and intrapreneur
  • the feasibility of disruptive business models
  • how to foster innovation in firms
  • business planning and new ventures
  • the link between business strategy and systems
  • business processes. such as the ones involving clients and suppliers
  • the management and development of e-business systems
  • the mutual impact between technology and organisations

Topics you will cover include:

  • technological forecast in society
  • government policy on technology and innovation
  • innovation management
  • collaborative work on projects
  • business processes re-engineering
  • information systems integration
  • organisational change

Career

The E-Business MSc is designed for professionals from any academic background who want to take general responsibility for e-business initiatives in any function of a company. This ranges from internet operations to internal systems, technology start-ups to multinational corporations, and includes product and service providers.

Our graduates progress into careers as consultants. managers or business leaders. The course is also relevant to industry analysts and product development managers in the e-business sector. Some graduates from our E-Business courses have worked for internationalcompanies. such as:

  • Google
  • Yahoo
  • Dell
  • KPMG
  • Ernst Young
  • PwC
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • The Hut Group
  • Travix International
  • Hitachi Solutions
  • BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
  • Ctrl-Shift
  • HSBC
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • Datwyler
  • Walmart

Other graduates have used their acquired expertise to start up their own companies, or develop their family business .

Business and Management Studies 14th in UK for research power.

Delivery

Our course offers a complete and balanced combination of modules on e-business. You will start by studying the fundamentals of e-business. gradually developing your analytical and practical skills. By the end of the course you will meet the most demanding professional and academic requirements .

Our staff are world-class researchers who have also been successful entrepreneurs, consultants or top level managers.

Newcastle Science City

We are a lead partner in Newcastle Science City. The initiative aims to maximise Newcastle s scientific potential and enhance our reputation for world-class science .

Newcastle Science City aims to create new businesses. attract investment and strengthen science networks. The initiative has created an entrepreneurial, technological and vibrant culture. which is at the core of our E-Business MSc.

Connect with us





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