“ISLI is a crossroads of ideas and exchanges on the Supply Chain. Its annual forum enables companies to define new strategic directions of the Supply Chain.”
“The ISLI was the perfect occasion to open my mind to a new world of business opportunities, from a strategic, innovative and multicultural perspective. Moreover, it not only gave me the chance to understand the Supply Chain in theory, but I was able to apply my knowledge in research and in a practical experience, those I believe are the bases to become the Supply Chain expert I dream to be.”
I was amazed by the sheer quality of the teaching, and by how many professional opportunities KEDGE opened up for me.
“The Global Business Plan enabled me to achieve my ambition of setting up a company specialising in 3D software programmes. It is a real incubator for new ideas and a springboard for start ups.”
“Futuristic Supply Chain is a whole new terrain for the Supply Chain professionals. The young supply generations needs to be equipped with a great sense of self initiative and innovative ideas to match trend markets. My experiences with ISLI gave me an impression that these new generation of Supply Chain experts are indeed prepared and equipped with such skills and mindsets.”
“Being part of one of the best companies in the Supply Chain world I am constantly challenged with difficult problems to be solved. The proximity and velocity to respond to Customer demand, meeting promises while ensuring the minimal potential investment is just one of them. The distribution of the volume across countries and warehouses, ensuring the right transportation method to the customer is just another. The Supply Chain world can be challenging, but also exciting and ISLI gave me all the tools I need to become successful.”
“After graduating from the MSc, I was able to join a major French ship brokerage firm as a trainee. This was an ideal gateway for me and I have now been working for this company for over two years. The KEDGE BS experience offered by this Master programme undoubtedly helped me to enter the labour market and be operational much faster.”
“The French Foreign Trade Advisors are proud to support this MSc programme, which is considered as the leading course in International Trade in France, owing notably to its maritime specialisation. All courses are delivered in English, which means the programme welcomes students from all over the world. All CCEF lecturers are practising professionals and take great pride in transmitting their knowledge and expertise to future senior decision makers in the fields of international trade, shipping and logistics, for which Marseille is a world-class hub.”
This MSc programme offers both lectures on the fundamentals of marketing, and real study cases where you learn how to structure your communication and sell products or solutions effectively (covering topics such as brief writing, tender responses, identifying and assessing customer issues, events organisation, etc.). There are also master classes given by practising professionals, which enable students to develop a real and objective view of business realities, whether on the agency or the advertiser’s side. Finally, personalised coaching sessions enable students to enhance their employability, covering topics such as CV drafting with mentoring support from former graduates, individual and group interviews, identifying personal strengths and areas for improvement.
“I entered the International Business programme with just the zest for challenge and desire to learn all I could and what followed was a fantastic experience in a widely multicultural environment. Team work with fellow classmates from different countries, lectures from professors with hands-on experience in incubation, geopolitics & consulting, study trips, courses through interactive gaming-like simulations etc., made the journey a true experience rather than just another academic curriculum. I now work for Global Purchasing in DELPHI Automotive in Luxembourg, where I look after large scale procurement in the EMEA region. Dreams ahead, miles to go and very happy about the good start now.”