Applications for Summer 2021 cohort are now open! No GRE required | Apply today
The MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MSIE) is designed for professionals in charge of, or interested in, product innovation and business development. Entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and intrapreneurs (professionals who want to lead entrepreneurial projects within existing organizations) will also find the program extremely relevant.
This program will help you to prepare for a career in business as:
If you intend to pursue a PhD degree upon graduation or apply for employment which requires a master-level degree beyond 90 ECTS credits, investigate whether the MSIE meets your academic and/or professional needs before applying.
Apply by February 1 to be eligible for 1,950 EUR grant
Round 1: February 1, 2021
Round 2: March 1, 2021
Round 3: April 1, 2021
Round 4: May 1, 2021
The degree is offered twice per year with start dates in June and December. The next cohort starts June 14, 2021.
Benefits of applying earlier:
Applicants for the degree program must have:
High-quality professional experience in innovation and/or entrepreneurship, will play a key role in the success of your application.
Applicants who do not meet the minimum eligibility criteria, but have demonstrated strong academic performance in the HEC Paris MasterTrack™ Certificate in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, will be considered for admission and should apply.
We seek in-depth information about your personal motivation and skills in order to understand how this program will help you achieve your professional goals.
The final selection is based on your online application, plus written essays, recommendations, and an online video presentation of your project and motivations. In some cases, you may be invited to a phone interview with one of the Program Directors.
Admissions decisions are delivered within 2-3 weeks of submitting your application (an additional interview with you may be requested).
How to Apply
Start an application and submit the following documents:
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