Paris Campus Day
18 months to match your talent with the sports industry specific needs
Develop a broad view of the sports industry
To distinguish yourself in the sports industry, you’ll need to ensure that you have the necessary resourcefulness to stay one step ahead of the competition. You will learn to understand the dynamics of the international sports markets in Paris and Shanghai, acquire the necessary specialist knowledge, meet top industry players and experience the sports industry in other business environments.
Experiment with field trips in Europe
To fully immerse yourself in the multicultural reality of the sports industry, you will benefit from field trips to London, Munich and the French Alps. May it be through presentations, workshops or company visits, the knowledge and experience you'll gain during these field trips will help you acquire essential assets to meet the needs of future recruiters and build a solid professional network.
Meet the real needs of recruiters
The program was set up in collaboration with a group of companies in the sports and outdoor industry to respond to a specific recruitment. Corporate partners have not only pledged their support to the program, but they also provide expert insights through classes, company visits and expert panels. Brands that have pledged their support to the program include: Adidas, Eider, Millet, Patagonia, Petzl, Salomon, Tecnica, The North Face, Vuarnet, Wilson...
Boost your career
32000 alumni in 120 countries
1600 partner businesses
34th Global Employability University Ranking (THE 2018)
95% employment rate within 6 months after the end of the program
The program seen by our makers
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Apolline, current student
The academic level and the great network emlyon business school can provide us with, has had a great impact on my decision...
Andrea, current student
Passion is key, especially in this industry...
Emmanuel, current student
The first reason why I have chosen this program is its strong entrepreneurial mindset with its unique “early makers” approach...