THE GRAND SCHOOL PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT & STRATEGY

Are you looking for a high-level education to prepare you for a successful career in the business world? Discover our 5-year Management and Strategy Grande Ecole Program at Albert School, which offers dual competencies in management and strategy to help you develop strong skills in these critical areas. With courses in leadership, business management, and data analysis, our program prepares you to meet the challenges of the modern business world and become a leader in your field. Whether you're looking to work in business, finance, marketing, or technology, our program can help you achieve your career goals. Enroll now to join a dynamic, high-level community and discover how our program can help you succeed.

TRAINING THE LEADERS OF THE ECONOMY OF TOMORROW

In an ever-changing world, companies must adapt quickly to market changes and new technologies to succeed. Our Grande Ecole Management and Strategy Program at Albert School is designed to prepare students to meet these challenges by providing a comprehensive education in management, strategy, leadership and data analysis.

Students will learn to manage business operations, develop effective strategies, lead teams, and use data to make informed decisions. With our program, students will gain the skills necessary to excel in the modern business world and succeed in their future careers.

The Business Deep Dives, Albert School's signature Bachelor's degree program, help ground theories in business reality. They are implemented in partnership with leading companies in their sector, convinced of the urgency of training talents capable of having a quantified approach to business performance.

Joining the Grande Ecole program means finding the best of the business school and the engineering school in a generalist program with numerous outlets: Master's degree in finance, entrepreneurship, consulting, marketing, blockchain, etc. Your keen understanding of organizations and their strategies will open many doors for you.

A word from the SPONSOR

"Success is three things: hard work, luck, and human relationships."

The best way to prepare for these changes, both collectively and individually, is through education, and so national education must transform itself, higher education must transform itself, but we also need initiatives such as the Albert School, which will enable us to equip and train people to face the times ahead.

Cédric O | Former Secretary of State for Digital Affairs

Why award an RNCP title rather than a Bachelor or Master degree?

The RNCP 6 and 7 titles are recognized diplomas of Bac+3 and Bac+5 level. The Ministry of Labor is responsible for these degrees.

The Bachelor's degree and the Master's degree are under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

The Commission d'évaluation des formations et diplômes de gestion (CEFDG) is in charge of evaluating the training of private higher education institutions in order to authorize them to deliver the grade de licence or the grade de master.

For both the Bachelor's and Master's degrees, one of the most important criteria is:

"The school must have 50% of PhDs on its permanent teaching staff. [CEFDG evaluation reference]

One of the two pillars of Albert School is to be as close as possible to the business world. Thus, our professors (except in mathematics, an associate professor) are senior executives and experts involved in the business world. From marketing director to investment banker to entrepreneur: they can teach our students about the operational reality of the company.

An RNCP title allows its holder to prove the achievement of skills, abilities and knowledge.

Albert School certifications ◆◆

Albert School is a private institution of higher education. The training provided delivers certifications and also ECTS credits recoginzed at the European Union level. The titles prepared can only be obtained by validating the totality of the classes.

Recognized diplomas, registered in the RNCP

Students are prepared for RNCP level 6 (Bachelor) and 7 (Msc) qualifications. These RNCP titles are regulated by France Compétences, an organization that depends on the Ministry of Labor. Albert School delivers a diploma that provides ECTS credits, approved by the European Union.

Title "Chargé de Gestion et Management" - Certified title of Level 6, NSF codes 310 and 310p, registered in the RNCP on 26/06/2020, delivered by Formatives. 

Title "Project Manager in Artificial Intelligence" - Certified title of Level 7, NSF codes 326t and 326p, registered in the RNCP on 26/01/2022, delivered by Ascencia.

What is the difference between an RNCP title and a Bachelor or Master degree?

Read more →

Educational program

FIRST BUSINESS SCHOOL IN THE WORLD OF TOMORROW

OUR pedagogy

The program is designed to develop future leaders in business management. We emphasize a pragmatic and forward-looking educational approach ◆◆



ALBERT SCHOOL takes an innovative pedagogical approach that emphasizes hands-on learning, critical analysis, and creativity. We aim to provide a comprehensive program that develops the analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills for 21st century business.

Our era is marked by constant changes in the economic and technological environment. To succeed in this environment, business professionals must be able to understand market, competitive, and consumer changes. Our program prepares future business leaders to be proactive in addressing business challenges. We focus on analytical, communication, negotiation and leadership skills to develop management professionals.

I CANDIDATE

Our pedagogy

ALBERT SCHOOL's pedagogical signature, It is during these sequences that we embody the promise of anchoring lessons in the reality of the business world. ◆◆

As part of our collaboration with partner companies that share our vision of developing talent capable of combining business management and data processing skills, students in the Grande Ecole Management and Strategy program at the Albert School have the opportunity to work on business cases provided by our partners. In addition, students will have the opportunity to interact with members of our partners' teams, who will be teaching during the three-week period.

The work is conducted in small groups, with individual learning objectives and a collective report at the end of the cycle. Our students mobilize a variety of knowledge in economics, finance, marketing, strategy, and data analysis, with the goal of developing a deep understanding of the strategic levers available to companies and the drivers of their operations.

ALBERT SCHOOL | Business & Data

ALBERT SCHOOL's Business Deep Dives

S1 - First Semester

ANALYSIS

84H

INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON

35H

EXPLORATORY DATA SCIENCE

49H

Mathematics

60h

FUNDAMENTALS

30H

ALGEBRA 1

15H

ANALYSIS 1

15H

MANAGEMENT

144h

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY

24H

ECONOMICS OF THE ENTERPRISE

24H

MARKETING

24H

INTRO. CORPORATE FINANCE

24H

LEADERSHIP

48H

HumanityS

48H

GEOPOLITICS /
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

12H

DIGITAL ETHICS

12H

LAW - FUNDAMENTALS

12H

ENGLISH - SPECIAL TUTORING

12H

S2 - Second Semester

ANALYSIS

84H

EXPLORATORY DATA SCIENCE

35H

ANALYTICS

35H

DATA VISUALIZATION

14H

Mathematics

60H

ALGEBRA 2

15H

ANALYSIS 2

15H

PROBABILITY & STATISTICS 1

30H

MANAGEMENT

120H

BUSINESS STRATEGY 1

24H

MICROECONOMY

24H

DIGITAL MARKETING

24H

financial diagnosis of the company

24H

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

24H

HumanityS

48H

GEOPOLITICS /
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

12H

INTRO. TO CRYPTO-ASSETS

12H

philosophy

12H

ENGLISH - PRIVATE LESSONS

12H

S3 - Third Semester

ANALYSIS

84H

SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

21H

BIG DATA TOOLS

21H

MACHINE LEARNING 1

42H

Mathematics

60H

MATRIX CALCULATION

20H

ANALYSIS 3

10H

PROBABILITY & STATISTICS 2

30H

MANAGEMENT

120H

BUSINESS STRATEGY 2

24H

MACRO-ECONOMIC MODELS

24H

GROWTH MARKETING

24H

INTRO. MARKET FINANCE

24H

MANAGEMENT

24H

HumanityS

48H

GEOPOLITICS /
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

12H

COMMUNICATION
(speaking, interaction, ...)

12H

SALES

12H

english - private lessons

12H

S4 - Fourth Semester

ANALYSIS

84H

MACHINE LEARNING 2

49H

MACHINE LEARNING PROJECT

35H

Mathematics

108H

MATRIX DECOMPOSITION

15H

ANALYSIS 4

15H

PROBABILITY & STATISTICS 3

30H

MANAGEMENT

120H

INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION

24H

CURRENCY, CURRENCIES AND RATES

24H

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

24H

PRIVATE EQUITY

24H

STRATEGY

24H

HumanityS

48H

GEOPOLITICS /
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

12H

NEGOTIATION

12H

BUSINESS LAW

12H

ENGLISH - PRIVATE TUITION

12H

S5 - FIFTH Semester
Work placement

compulsory internship | Albert School

THE GUARANTEE OF A
INTERNSHIP WITH OUR STRATEGIC CORPORATE PARTNERS

ALBERT SCHOOL guarantees its students numerous opportunities, starting with opportunities in its renowned partner companies (LVMH, Carrefour, BCG GAMMA...) and assists them in their applications.

LVMH, JOW, PERNOD RICARD, CAJOO, CARREFOUR, SPENDESK, LUKO, CAPGEMINI, BERNARDAUD, IBM, BLACKROCK, NABLA, YNSECT, SUNDAY, STOÏK, GOOGLE, EMERIA, ILIAD, VOODOO, PAYFIT, BIG MAMMA, DOCTRINE, KARD, ALAN, WEMAINTAIN, BCG GAMMA, FACEBOOK

Internships are a mandatory and essential component of ALBERT SCHOOL's pedagogy. They are part of the progressive achievement of the educational objectives of understanding the business world, its application and the acquisition of professional know-how and skills.

These are opportunities for our students to immerse themselves in the requirements of a company, to adapt their behaviour, to carry out missions and projects in a specific context, and to build their network of contacts and their career step by step.

S6 - Sixth Semester

Specialties: Public Affairs, Health Care, Environment

ANALYSIS

84H

DATA LITERACY
FUNDAMENTALS

35H

DEEP LEARNING

49H

Mathematics

60H

INTRO. FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS

27H

PROBABILITY & STATISTICS 4

33H

MANAGEMENT

96H

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

24H

STATE ECONOMY

24H

BRAND IMAGE & COMMUNICATION

24H

FINANCIAL ENGINEERING

24H

HumanityS

48H

GEOPOLITICS /
INTERNATIONAL ISSUES

12H

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

12H

DATA AND IA LAW

12H

ENGLISH - PRIVATE LESSONS

12H

Why award an RNCP title rather than a Bachelor or Master degree?

The RNCP 6 and 7 titles are recognized diplomas of Bac+3 and Bac+5 level. The Ministry of Labor is responsible for these degrees.

The Bachelor's degree and the Master's degree are under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

The Commission d'évaluation des formations et diplômes de gestion (CEFDG) is in charge of evaluating the training of private higher education institutions in order to authorize them to deliver the grade de licence or the grade de master.

For both the Bachelor's and Master's degrees, one of the most important criteria is:

"The school must have 50% of PhDs on its permanent teaching staff. [CEFDG evaluation reference]

One of the two pillars of Albert School is to be as close as possible to the business world. Thus, our professors (except in mathematics, an associate professor) are senior executives and experts involved in the business world. From marketing director to investment banker to entrepreneur: they can teach our students about the operational reality of the company.

An RNCP title allows its holder to prove the achievement of skills, abilities and knowledge.

Albert School certifications ◆◆

Albert School is a private institution of higher education. The training provided delivers certifications and also ECTS credits recoginzed at the European Union level. The titles prepared can only be obtained by validating the totality of the classes.

Recognized diplomas, registered in the RNCP

Students are prepared for RNCP level 6 (Bachelor) and 7 (Msc) qualifications. These RNCP titles are regulated by France Compétences, an organization that depends on the Ministry of Labor. Albert School delivers a diploma that provides ECTS credits, approved by the European Union.

Title "Chargé de Gestion et Management" - Certified title of Level 6, NSF codes 310 and 310p, registered in the RNCP on 26/06/2020, delivered by Formatives. 

Title "Project Manager in Artificial Intelligence" - Certified title of Level 7, NSF codes 326t and 326p, registered in the RNCP on 26/01/2022, delivered by Ascencia.

What is the difference between an RNCP title and a Bachelor or Master degree?

Read more →

Mentoring sessions to further support students ◆◆

ALBERT SCHOOL thus modernizes the "kholles", symbols of the pedagogical excellence of the preparatory classes, and puts them to good use to prepare its students to take on responsibilities in the corporate world.

Every week in groups of 3 or 4, our students solve problems, exercises, and carry out analyses of mini-case studies in the context of:
◆ Math or Business Data Analysis (1 hour) classes
Business Strategy (1 hour) classes

Let's meet ◆◆

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CAREERS & Further Education

The Management & Strategy Grande Ecole Program combines a solid foundation of theoretical and technical skills with professional immersion in companies through internships, the Business Deep Dive, and possibly a work-study program. Graduates of the Grande Ecole Program specialize in years 4 and 5. Visit the Specialized Masters pages to discover all the opportunities.

ALBERT SCHOOL does more than train for a profession. The school prepares tomorrow's leaders with key skills: ◆◆

Collaboration

"Alone we go faster, together we go further." (African proverb)
At ALBERT SCHOOL, we train our students to work together to find solutions to complex situations
during our Business Deep Dives developed exclusively with our partners (Carrefour, LVMH...). In the age of data, group work is essential, whether it is face-to-face or remote. Knowing how to work collaboratively is an essential skill in education and later in professional life. Knowing how to collaborate implies a mastery of communication values, an aptitude for empathy and strong leadership. 

Complex & Open Problem Solving

Solving complex open problems is one of the most valued skills in business. Our daily environment is undergoing dramatic changes due to technological developments and climate change. Our students will have to face challenges in the future that require them to know how to define a problem, design and implement appropriate solutions. In such a context of change, leaders must be solution-oriented: solving complex problems is therefore essential to develop the ability to make decisions efficiently and quickly.

Critical thinking

ALBERT SCHOOL trains talents capable of thinking for themselves, capable of using tools, of gathering evidence, of processing data, of discarding it, of being critical. In a word, to make sense of them. Critical thinking, as a process of questioning information, is fundamental to making better decisions and understanding things through the reasonable and unbiased analysis, examination and interpretation of data in order to derive a usable and reasonable understanding.

Productivity

Productivity is the ability to create using the following skills: setting and achieving goals, prioritising needs, managing time, working ethically, collaborating and cooperating with colleagues and clients.

ALBERT SCHOOL guarantees its students numerous job opportunities, starting with opportunities in its renowned partner companies (LVMH, Carrefour, BCG Gamma, etc.) and assists them in their applications.

LVMH, JOW, PERNOD RICARD, CAJOO, CARREFOUR, SPENDESK, LUKO, CAPGEMINI, IBM, BLACKROCK, NABLA, YNSECT, SUNDAY, STOÏK, GOOGLE, EMERIA, ILIAD, VOODOO, PAYFIT, BIG MAMMA, DOCTRINE, KARD, ALAN, WEMAINTAIN, BCG GAMMA, ...

Work-study programs provide a springboard for professional insertion. Students who have completed a work-study program are very attractive to employers and find their first job quickly.

ALBERT SCHOOL benefits from privileged access to work-study offers from its partner companies.

Our opportunities and expertise

Xavier Niel | Founder Iliad

"While French Tech is experiencing a meteoric acceleration, we now have a critical training issue to accompany this dynamic.
Our start-ups need professionals who speak the language of data; our unicorns are recruiting hundreds of them; our largest companies are imitating them. The launch of ALBERT fills me with enthusiasm. It is a great lever for our youth and the whole country.

ALBERT SCHOOL TARGETS 100% POST-CURRICULUM EMPLOYABILITY IN TRENCHING PROFESSIONS

Albert School's strategy is to train students for the most innovative and promising professions on the market. By developing hybrid Business and Data skills, students are positioned towards a strong demand from companies and a rapid career evolution.

Albert School's degrees provide the skills needed by companies to operate, manage and develop data-driven solutions.

A dedicated career service and a mentor assigned to each student throughout their studies

Admissions

Who can apply?

At ALBERT SCHOOL, we believe that everyone can achieve great things and we look for the minds that will shape the world of tomorrow. The hardest part is identifying them and that's our job.

The St. Albert School applies a rigorous selection process to its students, while ensuring that it offers financial aid to enable the best students, no matter where they come from, to join.

Anyone can apply, but please note that a particular taste for mathematics and an interest in the business world are required!

How to apply?

Registration is 100% free and 100% online. It takes place in two phases:

Phase 1 - Pre-selection of applications based on an admission file (report cards, Albert School online logic test, etc.).
Phase 2 - In case of eligibility at the end of phase 1, candidates are invited to an admission interview.

Albert School makes every effort to respond to applicants as quickly as possible. The typical length of time between the start of the application and the admission response is 15 days.

Admission session calendar

Applications for the Albert School's post-baccalaureate programs for the 2023 school year opened on September 20, 2022.

Albert School is implementing a rolling admission system. This system allows students to apply at any time of the year and to receive a response within 15 days of the start of their application.

As a result of the rolling admissions system, the end of the recruitment calendar is not known in advance: recruitment for a program stops when all the places for that program have been allocated.

Typically, campaigns are never closed before June 1st of the year of the start of the school year. It should be noted, however, that the more applicants there are, the greater the level of selectivity.

To find out if there are any places left in the program you are interested in, start your registration and enter the desired program. If the program is not displayed as complete, it means that there are still places available.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at admission@albertschool.com

Financing

initial

Alternation

GRANDE ECOLE PROGRAM

bachelor

12 000 €

12 000 €

12 000 €

MASTER

14 000 €

0€*

14 000 €

0€*

*All tuition fees arepaid by the host company.

Initial training & Work-study contracts

ALBERT SCHOOL is a private institution of higher education of excellence. Tuition is therefore not free. The cost of the Grande Ecole program is 12 000€ for years 1, 2 and 3 and 14 000€ for years 4 and 5. The last two years can be done in alternation in which case the cost of the training is paid by the host company.

Tuition should not be a barrier to further study. ALBERT SCHOOL is committed to promoting diversity and social inclusion by making its programs accessible to any student meeting the selection criteria. ◆◆

How can I finance my studies at Albert School?

Scholarships

Actively engaged in promoting diversity and equal opportunity, merit-based scholarships and scholarships based on social criteria can finance all or part of the student's education. Applications for scholarships must be made once you have been admitted.

Staggered payments

Tuition fees can be paid in installments at no charge.

Student loans

Within the framework of a partnership with ALBERT SCHOOL, admitted students have the possibility of taking out a loan with banking institutions (BNP, Société Générale) at a preferential rate. This loan can cover the totality of their tuition fees with a deferred reimbursement at the end of their studies.

The loan application must be made once the student has been admitted.

Work-study contracts - Only for years 4 and 5.

Albert School strongly encourages its Master's students to consider a work-study program. This allows students to finance their studies while providing a springboard to professional integration. Students who have completed a work-study program are very attractive to employers and find their first job quickly. Albert School has privileged access to work-study offers from its partner companies.

All tuition fees are paid by the host company.

As an apprentice, you sign a full-time employment contract (35 hours) and have the status of an employee within the company.

Apprenticeship contract: Remuneration depends on the age of the student and the year of training. A student under 18 receives a salary corresponding to 27% of the minimum wage in the first year, then 39% in the second year and 55% in the final year. A student who has not reached the age of 21 will receive a higher salary of 43% of the SMIC for the first year, 51% the following year and 67% the last year. Apprentices over the age of 21 are paid between 53% and 78% of the SMIC.

Professionalization contract: The salary depends on the age of the student. A student under 21 years of age receives a salary corresponding to 55% of the SMIC. From 21 to 25 years old, the salary corresponds to 70% of the SMIC.

The status of employee no longer allows for the award of a grant during the apprenticeship year.

Let's meet ◆◆

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