MSc in Luxury and design management

Useful information
MSc Master's degree
Duration of study :
5 semesters
Place of study :
Nancy, Paris
Language of instruction :
English
Degree awarded :
MSc in Luxury and design management
Tuition fees :
Contact Admission service
French students
+ 33 (3) 54 50 25 38
International students
+ 33 (3) 54 50 26 33

Strengths of the programme

A multidisciplinary course

That draws on the ARTEM alliance to expose students to luxury marketing and also product design, development and manufacture.

A course accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Écoles

And recognized as one of the top luxury management programs.

A course that ensures students are prepared for a career in this sector

Thanks to the involvement of various industry professionals and the vocational aspect of the activities on offer (workshops, projects and company visits).

MSc in Luxury and design management

Objectives

The course is designed to produce multi-talented executives who are able to enter the luxury industry (products and services) with a far-reaching and holistic vision of this sector.
Specifically, course students will be able to:

  • Broaden their knowledge of the luxury sector’s key international markets.
  • Understand the complex nature of the “luxury” segment, its key players (large corporations and sub-contractors) and the steps taken to preserve the expertise that is vital for this industry.
  • Develop an awareness of the key role creativity and 10 in this sector.

Modules

  • Consumer Psychology and Market Research
  • Luxury Culture: Past, Present and Future
  • Offering Management in the Digital Era
  • Selling Luxury
  • Product and Pricing Policy
  • Perfumes and Cosmetics
  • Product Conception and Materials
  • Wine and Spirits

The program is split into modules that enable students to keep track of the process used to design, manufacture and launch a product or service from start to finish. The course also covers the luxury industry’s key international markets and its most important sectors. Last but not least, special emphasis is placed on providing students with everything they need to find a job in this industry, with “How to succeed in job interviews” and “How to build a career in the luxury industry” workshops.

Career outcomes

  • Product Manager
  • Product Development Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Quality/After-Sales-Service Manager
  • Customer Relations Manager
  • Style Coordinator
  • CRM Manager
  • Sales/Store Manager
  • Retail Coordinator
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Buyer
  • Communications Manager
  • Recruitment Manager
  • Consultant

Partner companies

Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel, Cartier, Montblanc, ST Dupont, Boucheron, Diptyque, Swarovski, Baccarat, Daum, Make up for ever, le Plaza Athénée, Printemps Haussmann, Galeries Layafette Haussmann, Vaucher, Cristal Saint-Louis, Girard-Perregaux, Parmigiani, Le Mandarin Oriental...

CAMPUS

PARIS

Space for training but also meeting and conviviality between students, companies, teachers and graduates A place of convergence for the entire ICN community present on all continents
Willingness to offer large companies and decision-making centers a close relationship and a showcase on the school's activities.
CAMPUS

NANCY

Ideally located, the Artem campus is at the heart of Europe and therefore benefits from an impressive cultural dynamic, particularly linked to the 3 borders that border the Lorraine region. The region is heavily influenced by the arts and culture.

Admissions & tuition fees

Admission

  • For MSc1 admissions: 3-year higher-education degree (BAC+3)
  • For MSc2 admissions: 3 or 4-year higher-education degree (BAC+3/BAC+4) with extensive work experience in a company (preferably 3 years in a relevant field)
  • Proficiency in English essential
  • Selection based on an application form and interview

What our students think…

Thanks to the MSc in Luxury and Design Management, my dream to work in the sector of leather goods became a reality, as I did my end-of-study internship at Louis Vuitton. The specialisation provided by the MSc was a key selection criteria for LV, as was my experience abroad. This internship allowed me to prove myself and to become the Leather Goods Project Manager for the Men's show, under the direction of Virgil Abloh. It's an exciting job at the heart of fashion and luxury!
Constance Martel
Leather Goods Project Manager - Louis Vuitton