The MSc Wine Management is geared towards recent graduates and students who wish to start a career in wine management but have no specific prior experience in the wine industry.
Students obtain a global vision of this unique industry, from in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of the international business environment in the wine industry.
The degree aims to produce corporate specialists, with the knowledge required to sell a product as unique as wine, allowing graduates to apply with confidence for all managerial openings.
A combination of sectorial knowledge and management skills
Immersion in the Wine & Spirits world
A rich pedagogic content provided by faculty members and professionals of the industry
A student focused approach and a culturally diverse student body
An ideal place to study wine
A world-wide professional network
Wine & Spirits fundamentals courses
Wine & Spirits Management courses
Practical approach courses
Management core courses
Wine management courses
Practical approach courses
- IELTS= 6.0 or >TOEIC=785 or >TOEFL PBT=550 or >TOEFL CBT=213 or >TOEFL IBT=79*
- Holding a non-French Bachelor Degree (or >French Master 1) in any field
- Interview with the head of the programme
*IELTS 5.5 or equivalent is accepted for application but for a conditional admission. IELTS 6.0 or equivalent must be reach before June 30th for an unconditional admission
Graduates from the MSc Wine Management will become corporate specialists in the Wine & Spirits industry, with the knowledge required to sell a product as unique as wine, allowing graduates to hold various positions such as:
- Brand manager,
- Import-export manager,
- Commercial agent,
- Administration and finance manager,
- Communication manager,
- Public relation manager
- Wine & Spirits shop Manager
(*) Subject to adjustments
I chose the MSc Wine Management because I wanted a dual specialisation. I also wanted to build upon the international dimension of my education. As I don’t come from a wine background, the MSc in Wine Management gave me the basis I needed in the “culture” of the wine and spirits industry. The challenges, the way the market works, the key players and their roles are all fundamental parts of the industry. Aside from the educational aspect of the course, there was a lot of human interaction which I found really valuable. The real highlight of the course was the diverse student body. It was really interesting to exchange ideas together and discover different perspectives.
I currently work as Wine Manager and Assistant Spirits Manager in a large French supermarket within the E. LECLERC group. E. LECLERC is actually the number one wine supplier in France. My role has both a managerial and a commercial aspect. On the management side, I am in charge of a team of about ten people and on the commercial side, I am responsible for turnover, margins, managing lines and stock, purchasing, merchandising, advising customers, promotions, etc. These are my main duties. The wine fairs, in particular, are hugely important for the commercial success and image of the business. Without the MSc, I wouldn’t be where I am today. I got this job because of my blend of skills and I know that this programme has been a real asset in my career progression.
Elodie Goffinet (France), MSc Wine Management (2015-2016)