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Bachelor 2 Bachelor of Science in Global Management (Full-time programme)

Full time programme English-taught programme

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Nathalie BÉNET
Head of Programme

Aurore CROCHU
Administrative Officer

bachelor@tsm-education.fr

Applying to the Programme

The deadline to apply to this programme for the 2022-2023 school year has passed. Applicants can expect to hear back from TSM regarding their acceptance starting June 15, 2022.

To apply for the 2023-2024 school year, check back in January 2023. In the meantime, subscribe to our newsletter for news and updates.

 

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Code RNCP : 35924

The Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Global Management is a full-time on-campus three-year programme for a total of 180 ECTS, taught entirely in English, with one intake each year in autumn.

This generalist undergraduate global business programme combines rigorous academic foundations in all fields of management with practical insights from the professional world. After the BSc, students can continue towards TSM Master’s programmes or elsewhere in the world.

The BSc aims at:

  • providing solid basic theoretical, analytical and technical skills in management to implement solutions to important global problems,
  • encouraging students to learn inside the classroom and outside the classroom,
  • offering a dynamic collaborative international community, including faculty, students, alumni, corporate partners and international partners,
  • delivering graduates with important personal, interpersonal and multicultural skills and abilities,
  • distinguishing its students for their scientific rigour, analytical thinking and ethical awareness.

The educational philosophy of the programme is based on three stages: Awake (year 1), Develop (year 2), Accelerate (year 3).

In the first year, students will attend courses introducing fundamentals of management science, international institutions and comparative political systems. Furthermore students will take fundamental courses in accounting, finance, marketing and business economics for a successful academic path.

In the second year, the emphasis shifts to alternative perspectives on and specific contexts of innovation, project management, geopolitics, governance and legal environment. This will allow students to gain an understanding of entrepreneurship and sustainable development.

In the third year, students dig further into theoretical models and analytical skills to allow them to refine their critical thinking ability.

Over the three years in the BSc programme, students are expected to spend either one semester or one year abroad in one of TSM’s partner universities.

 

To learn more about the tuition for this degree, visit the International Students page and scroll down to "Tuition and Fees".

UE01 Leadership for sustainable change

ECTS : 3.00

HCM : 21.00

Language of instruction : English

    UE02 Geopolitics

    ECTS : 3.00

    HCM : 21.00

    Language of instruction : English

    • Intended learning outcomes
      • Understand the general framework, history and methods of geopolitics
      • Identify the main theories of International Relations
      • Understand the main concepts of geopolitics (power, space, security, cooperation)
      • Implement the theories and the methods of geopolitics
    • Prerequisite

      No prerequisites

    UE03 Project management

    ECTS : 3.00

    HCM : 21.00

    Language of instruction : English

    • Intended learning outcomes

      At the end of this course, you will be able to:

      • define what project management is and explain its general principles
      • use your understanding of project management principles to examine real projects’ features
      • discuss the features of the project manager’s job
      • develop an original project and appraise its process
    • Prerequisite

      None.

    UE04 Entrepreneurship and innovation

    ECTS : 3.00

    HCM : 21.00

    Language of instruction : English

    • Intended learning outcomes

      At the end of this course, students will be able to:

      • Provide a deep understanding of the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and innovation.
      • Provide a deep understanding of the full entrepreneurial and innovation processes.
      • Provide a deep understanding of key challenges for growing start-ups.
      • Determine and validate opportunities for innovative business ideas.
      • Practice work team.
    • Prerequisite

      None.

    UE06 Econometrics for business economics

    ECTS : 3.00

    HCM : 21.00

    Language of instruction : English

      UE07 Languages

      ECTS : 4.00

      HCM : 30.00

      Mandarin

      ECTS : 2.00

      HTD : 15.00

      Language of instruction : Chinese (mandarin)

        Spanish

        ECTS : 2.00

        HTD : 15.00

        Language of instruction : Spanish

          German

          ECTS : 2.00

          HTD : 15.00

          • Intended learning outcomes

            This course presents basic statistical thinking and data analysis techniques for decision-making under uncertainty, as applied in management and economics. It does not dwell on the details of computation, its main focus is on understanding a few statistical concepts and methods for interpreting data. It includes computer analysis of data.

            By the end of the course, students should be able to produce and interpret graphical displays and numerical summaries of data, perform basic statistical hypothesis testing as well as simple regression analysis.

          • Prerequisite

            Basic probability theory. Classical discrete and continuous distributions.

          UE07 Learn whatever you want, wherever you want

          ECTS : 6.00

          Language of instruction : English

            UE08 International training project

            ECTS : 3.00

            Language of instruction : English

            • Intended learning outcomes

              By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

              • Make use of a toolkit for international internship and job search
              • Manage their e-reputation on the internet and LinkedIn
              • Present themselves quickly to be convincing towards recruiters (elevator pitch)

               

              The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the necessary preliminary information and skills to display a professional ethical attitude. In order to provide a useful treatment of these topics, students will attend several workshops.

               

            • Prerequisite

              None.

            UE09 Human Resource Management

            ECTS : 3.00

            HCM : 21.00

            Language of instruction : English

              UE10 Management Control

              ECTS : 3.00

              HCM : 21.00

              Language of instruction : English

                UE11 Marketing and customer relationship management

                ECTS : 3.00

                HCM : 21.00

                Language of instruction : English

                • Intended learning outcomes

                  Presentation

                  This course aims at explaining the challenges in strategic, analytic and operational (e)Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in digital environments.
                  (e-)Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is a widely implemented strategy for managing a firm’s interactions with its customers. It involves using (digital) (IT) technologies to collect and analyze customer big data to personalize the firm-client relationships. eCRM furthermore involves using technologies to organize, automate, and synchronize business, marketing, service and sales processes. The topics to be addressed cover strategic, analytic and operational (e-)Customer Relationship Management (CRM), personalization, loyalty strategies, service recovery, as well as
                  emerging consumer behaviors in digital environments.


                  Intended learning outcomes

                  After the course, students should be able to :

                  • define conceptual foundations of (e)-customer relationship management
                  • identify the key elements of a customer-driven marketing strategy
                  • recognize (digital) influences of customer value building on firm’s outputs
                  • formulate loyalty marketing and CRM strategies for creating value to customers
                  • appraise drivers of (e)-customer relationship management effectiveness
                  • define metrics indicators of customer relationship performance
                  • use marketing databases in order to compute individual metrics of customer relationship performance define customer retention strategies
                  • integrate digital technologies as well as Web 2.0 tools to establish an (e-) CRM approach with closer and more personalized relationships with their customers.
                • Prerequisite

                  The (e-)Customer Relationship Management (CRM) course needs basic knowledge in Marketing Management. An at least introductive course in Marketing Management should have been attended during the former education of the students.

                UE12 Mind, machines and morality

                ECTS : 3.00

                HCM : 21.00

                Language of instruction : English

                  UE13 Governance and legal environment

                  ECTS : 3.00

                  HCM : 21.00

                  Language of instruction : English

                    UE14 Introduction to data science

                    ECTS : 3.00

                    HCM : 21.00

                    Language of instruction : English

                    • Intended learning outcomes

                      This course aims at giving students the essentials of Information technology for management. An overview of the role of information systems in organizations is presented, and useful computer tools for management are put in practice.

                    • Prerequisite

                      Computer basics.

                    UE15 Research methodology

                    ECTS : 3.00

                    HCM : 21.00

                    Language of instruction : English

                    • Intended learning outcomes
                      • Define a data collection plan
                      • Explain how to search empirical secondary data
                      • List the criteria to assess (web based) source relevance
                      • Explain how to perform a (simple) content analysis
                      • Recall the key points regarding the writing of an empirical findings report
                    • Prerequisite

                      BSc.1 Research methodology course.

                    UE16 Languages

                    ECTS : 4.00

                    HTD : 32.00

                    Mandarin

                    ECTS : 2.00

                    HTD : 15.00

                    Language of instruction : Chinese (mandarin)

                    • Intended learning outcomes

                      The objective of the game is to help students improving their understanding related to firms’ functioning and train them to real-life decision-making in organizations.

                      To this aim, students will work in group and use the knowledge gained in the other courses of the Bachelor to solve realistic organizational problems. In so doing, students will acquire a global vision of company management and learn to take coherent decisions taking into account the competitive environment and market analyses.

                      At the end of this course, students will be able to deal with a complex environment, and to process numerous and various information to take strategic decisions. The aim is to improve students’ interpretive skills, their ability to foresee financial evolutions and adapt to market ones, and their facility for teamwork. Finally, students will develop their understanding of the interactions between companies’ different departments and of the impact of external environment on performance.

                    • Prerequisite

                      It is necessary to have followed the other courses of the Bachelor (organizational behavior, finance, financial controlling, marketing, strategic diagnosis, information technology for management, etc.) to have the knowledge necessary to play the game.

                    Spanish

                    ECTS : 2.00

                    HTD : 15.00

                    Language of instruction : Spanish

                      German

                      ECTS : 2.00

                      HTD : 15.00

                        UE17 Business Game, Level 2

                        ECTS : 2.00

                        HCM : 1.50

                        HTD : 15.00

                        Language of instruction : English

                          UE18 TSM Green Entrepreneurship project

                          ECTS : 4.00

                          HCM : 3.00

                          Language of instruction : English

                            UE19 Information skills

                            ECTS : 1.00

                            HTD : 9.00

                            Language of instruction : English

                              Prerequisites :

                              • • Successful completion of 60 ECTS
                                • • As this program is taught entirely in English, applicants must prove their English language proficiency.
                                  List of the English language certificates accepted
                                  • • Exceptions :
                                    • - You hold a passport from one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, or the United States of America.
                                    • - You completed your entire secondary education in English in one of the following countries: Australia, Canada (with the exception of Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, or the United States of America.
                                  • • Particular attention will be paid to math grades

                                   

                                  Application Documents:

                                  • Academic records
                                  • English language proficiency test
                                  • Resume
                                  • Pre-recorded interview (for admitted students only)
                                  • Recommendation letter in French or in English
                                  • Motivation letter in English
                                  • Copy of passport or ID card

                                 

                                Application Assessment:

                                • Overall quality of the application: 25%
                                • Math proficiency: 25%
                                • English language proficiency: 25%
                                • Motivation: 25%

                                 

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