Management and Organizations

Program type Continuing Education, Initial Training, Apprenticeship Training
Degree Master's
Graduate program(s) Graduate Program in Management
Domain(s) Humanities & social sciences
Discipline(s) Law, Business Administration - Management, Political Science
Teaching language(s) French
Place Paris

PSL host school


The Master’s degree program in Management and Organizations at Dauphine–PSL develops future managers, consultants and entrepreneurs who can create, transform and revitalize projects and businesses. The program’s graduates are leading the innovative organizations of the future. The curriculum is based on sharing an integrated vision of organizations as places for coordination, cooperation and collective action.
This globally-minded Master’s degree is also offered as an international, multi-campus curriculum designed to educate professionals who are open to global digital transformations, with particular emphasis on synergies among Europe, Asia and Africa. The numerous career tracks offered in the second year present a wide range of career opportunities.
The Master’s degree is affiliated with PSL’s graduate program in Management.

Learning outcomes

  • Management viewed as a career and an area of expertise.
  • The ability to reinvent management in order to take on contemporary transitions (digital, environmental, social, etc.).
  • The ability to manage creatively by reexamining the parameters for designing organizations and their ties to their ecosystem.


The Master’s degree program produces high-level professionals trained to work in France or abroad:

  • Transformation consultant
  • Management and organization consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Business development
  • Management control
  • Project manager


The Master’s degree program in Management and Organizations offers training in cross-disciplinary skills to management professionals operating within a broad range of organizations, as part of an integrated perspective with a strongly international focus.
Students can then choose one of several specialized tracks in the second year of the program.

Teaching location

Dauphine–PSL: Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny, 75016 Paris


Desired background for Master’s Year 1
A three-year undergraduate degree (BAC+3, 180 ECTS credits) or the equivalent, obtained at Dauphine or another university or institution of higher learning, in one of the following fields: management, economics, social sciences.
Selection process
Based on an application and interview. The application should be submitted online at the MyCandidature application platform:

Degree delivered

Institutional Master’s degree conferred by Université PSL and prepared at Dauphine–PSL

  • Training designed to give students the skills they will need to reinvent management for the digital era.
  • A Master’s degree offered as an international, multi-campus curriculum with instruction that takes economic constraints into account in devising a strategy for companies in emerging countries.
  • Dual-degree programs with institutions abroad: LUISS Guido Carli University in Italy, ESAN University in Peru and the Australian National University. The program also partners with University College London in the U.K. and South Korea’s Sookmyung Women’s University.
  • A program that can be tailored to career objectives with a recommended gap year between the first and second years and two specialized work-study tracks in the second year.
  • Close links with high-profile businesses and partners (ANACT [French Agency for the Improvement of Working Conditions], the French Development Agency [AFD], Cap Gemini, CSC, Elegia, L’Oréal, ESPCI, the Commissariat des Armées, etc.).
  • At least one academic track in English


Head of the Master's program: Serge Perrot, Professor

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