This programme is designed to educate students to become business leaders and innovators in sustainable management. They will be able to apply sustainability-related knowledge to responsible business practices and the ethical management of people in organisations. During this master's programme, students will study a range of interdisciplinary modules with a focus on both business practices and environmental engineering.
This programme is available in partnership with:
International consumer, societal and political pressures have compelled companies to integrate a new dimension into their management practices: sustainability. Both multinational companies (MNCs) and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must be able to integrate sustainable practices into the way they do day-to-day business.
5 reasons to join this programme:
By choosing this Master of Science, you will study courses such as:
Download the brochure to learn more about the programme.
The Rennes School of Business community is centred around its 5,000 students. The School, particularly its Student Care team, is dedicated to student life and well-being on campus.
During their studies at Rennes SB, students do not just benefit from an exceptional learning environment, they become part of a unique student experience, driven by the School’s values: Audacity, Openness, Creativity, Humility and Freedom!
Rennes SB is committed to fighting against all forms of discrimination and inequality, in order to ensure that all of our students are given equal opportunities to succeed.
To meet this objective, we have put in place specific measures to welcome and support students with disabilities.
Rennes SB supports students on a daily basis as they develop their career plan.
Thus, throughout their programme, Rennes SB students benefit from:
Find out more about career opportunities in the brochure.
Candidates must complete an online application.
Eligible candidates will be invited for an online interview.
Non-EU students: €18,200
EU students: €16,200
Fee structure and funding: