Spurred on by their independent and self-reliant spirit, more and more students aspire to start their own business. BEM empowers you to make your dreams a reality. In our School, entrepreneurship is a hands-on concept and is taught at various levels.
Group projects with tutor guidance: BEM Project Management (BpM)
Via BpM Asso and the twenty student associations active on the campus, students can work on designing and implementing highly effective development plans and business models. Involvement in student associations is a genuine stepping stone to entrepreneurship.
Through the BPM Project or BPM Contest initiatives, students are given the opportunity to submit innovative projects to internal and external potential sponsors such as student associations, BEM services, blue chip companies or public institutions.
Since 2011 our School offers a Business Incubator programme to all students (3rd years can even complete their final internship as part of this initiative). As the name implies, it aims to support the development of entrepreneurial initiatives. This programme allows students to benefit from support, advice and guidance on a business idea they wish to take forward. Their project is submitted to professionals and BEM alumni, who will assess its technical, economic and legal feasibility.
Envisaged as a complement to theoretical teaching, this course is one of the tools that will help you build up and strengthen your entrepreneurial skills.
All Master's students can access this "à la carte" course and choose one or more of the eight modules on offer. The objective is to provide you with all the key skills required to set up a business and, more generally, be effective as a business and project manager.