After the first year spent at either UPC in Spain or KTH in Sweden, The MSc EMINE programme brings together all students at the Grenoble École de Management in France for a two-week summer school.
This is your opportunity to discuss current issues in the energy markets in general, and nuclear energy in particular. You get to analyse and dissect potential innovative solutions, and gain the necessary skills to grasp the societal, economic and environmental impacts of nuclear energy.
Throughout the summer school, the emphasis is on innovation, entrepreneurship and the development of valuable and highly-prized soft skills such as intercultural management or learning how to pitch new business or product ideas. You also have a chance to take the highly-regarded Myers-Briggs® Type Indicator (MBTI) test to get a better understanding of your own personality type, strengths and attributes.
In addition, you will learn about different business models and their application. The summer school gives you the opportunity to participate in simulation games to identify entrepreneurial opportunities. Finally, you have the chance to visit the French SME, CORYS, a world reference in training and engineering simulators, including those designed for nuclear plants.