Apprenticeship in a Few Words

Between work and theoretical courses, the apprenticeship allows time to for students to truly immerse themselves in a job in particular field. Before going on the apprenticeship path however, it is necessary to understand the mechanism of an apprenticeship and its interest.


An apprenticeship combines theoretical learning and professional practice.


Alternating between the theoretical and the confrontation of the theoretical with the realities of a profession create a particularly effective and well-proven road to professionalization.


It is to this end that the Masters adopts the following plan:

  • In the first year, the apprenticeship is primarily intended to allow a long immersion into the business environment which provides student with an opportunity to learn the operating essentials of a commercial organization: objectives, interaction between functions, roles...
  • In the 3rd year, the apprenticeship is primarily considered as a true professional springboard allowing students of the Masters to better define their professional project, their personal affinities in terms of the subjects taught, and their ambition...


The goal throughout these two years of apprenticeship is to allow students to be ready and prepared to tackle the labour market as a young promising manager.


Professors and professionals teach both the theoretical and practical courses. In order to ensure quality education, enrolment is limited to 25/30 students per promotion in order to provide students with a good level of supervision for personal work and professional projects.


Program Director:
Sébastien DUIZABO
Virginie SRECKI

Academic Assistant:
Office P633
Tel: +331 44 05 42 71
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Apprenticeship Assistant:
Office D409
Tel: +331 44 05 45 06
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Postal Adress:
Magistère de Sciences de Gestion
Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
75775 PARIS CEDEX 16


Early beginnig of academic year :
Monday 30th of May to Fiday the 3rd of June


Next semester begins:
31th august 2016