INSEEC MSc – Project Management

3rd year undergraduate, 1st year postgraduate
September, February
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Why choose INSEEC’s MSc Project Management?

If you want to understand the financial, legal, contractual and commercial issues involved in project management, then INSEEC’s MSc Project Management is for you.

Offered in one or two years, this master’s degree will develop your leadership skills and teach you how to ensure quality management to capitalize on the qualities of your teams.

Project management occupies a central position in companies, requiring versatility, organization and efficiency. All these qualities will be developed throughout the MSc, but also during your work experience, for example during internships.

The program is offered in English on the Paris campus, with all courses taught by professionals and management experts.

What is the MSc Project Management program?

The MSc Project Management is a professional training program comprising general courses followed by all MSc students, and specialization courses.

General courses provide a solid foundation of knowledge in budget management, IT, negotiation and business creation. Specialization courses allow you to develop real expertise in project management.

During your two years of study, you will take the following specialization courses:

  • B2C marketing ;
  • international marketing ;
  • project costing & estimation ;
  • project planning & time management ;
  • innovation and leadership ;
  • strategic management ;
  • customer relationship management ;
  • sales force management ;
  • trade negotiation ;
  • motivation, change leadership & stakeholder management.

What is the degree awarded by the MSc Project Management?

The diploma obtained after completing INSEEC’s Msc Project Management is an RNCP-registered qualification, corresponding to a 2nd year postgraduate level To obtain this title, you need to validate various blocks of general skills and skills specific to your specialization.

What are the career opportunities for MSc Project Management?

This MSc prepares you for various positions in the fields of management and commerce. You’ll be able to hold positions of responsibility in France, but also and above all internationally.

For example, you could become :

  • product manager ;
  • marketing manager ;
  • import-export manager ;
  • commercial ;
  • sales manager ;
  • business engineer.

What are the admission requirements for the MSc Project Management?

To join the MSc Project Management program, you need to have a 3rd year undergraduate diploma. It can be a licence, a bachelor or even a BUT. Students with a 1st year postgraduate diploma can apply directly to go into the 2nd year of this MSc i.e. in the fifth year, and complete their master’s degree in one year at INSEEC.

Is it possible to study abroad during the MSc Project Management?

The MSc Project Management does not provide for international mobility during the two years of study. However, you will have the opportunity to take part in internships during your studies. These internships can often be carried out abroad.

Apply to Inseec’s MSc Project Management program


International application

The MSc Project Management is open to international students. If you’d like to join us, or find out more about the program and career opportunities, you can apply here or request a brochure.


French application

For all French students, applications for the MSc Project Management are made directly on the school’s website.

Program features

program type

This program prepares you for an MSc.

admission level

The required level to apply is 3rd year undergraduate or 1st year postgraduate

back to school

The intake starts in September or February.


This course is given in English.


This course can be taken at the Paris campus.

Tuition fees*

The annual tuition fees for this course is

1st year: €11,500
2nd year: €12,800

*International Student Pack: €490 mandatory fee for exclusive support services for international students.

Updated 22 January 2024