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									MASTER’S IN MANAGEMENT P ROGRAM

                                                                              STUDENT HANDBOOK
                                                                            Academic Year 2010 – 2011



                                                   Contents
A. MISSION STATEMENT OF TELECOM ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT .................. 3
B.       ACADEMIC REGULATIONS ........................................................................................ 9
     1     CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS..............................................................................11
     2      PROGRAMS OF STUDY ..............................................................................................12
     3      FOREIGN LANGUAGES..............................................................................................15
     4      INTERNSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE...............................................15
     5      INTERNATIONAL SKILLS .........................................................................................17
     6      EXAMINATIONS, GRADING AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS...................18
     7      STUDENT EVALUATIONS..........................................................................................23
C.       INTEGRATED MASTER’S IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM OF STUDY ......... 25
D.       PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................. 37
E.       COMMITMENTS.............................................................................................................41
     1 TEM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR STUDENTS ...............................................43
     2 INDIVIDUAL CODE OF CONDUCT “DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR” ..............................47
     3 CHARTER ON USE OF COMPUTER RESOURCES......................................................49
     4 TUITION FEES ................................................................................................................52
     5 LETTER OF COMMITMENT .........................................................................................53
F.       STUDENT REPRESENTATION IN SCHOOL.......................................................... 55
G. ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2010-2011 ........................................................................ 59
H. YOUR CONTACTS AT TELECOM ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT........................ 65




Télécom Ecole de M anagement                                                                                  Student Handbook
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              A. MISSION STATEMENT OF TELECOM
                     ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT



                    LEARNING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
                     OF THE INTEGRATED MASTER’S IN
                      MANAGEMENT (GRANDE ECOLE)
                                PROGRAM




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Through excellence in research and teaching, Télécom
Ecole de Management develops fundamental skills, while
training managers of the future to be open, pro-active, and
capable of integrating technological fields into their
management decision-making, giving companies in which
they work the ability to initiate, support and steer their
innovation, development and change in a competitive
global environment.




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Learning Goals and Objectives of the Integrated Master‟s in Management
Program



Program Learning Goals                      Learning Objectives
PGE-1                                       Master techniques used in business
Develop fundamental skills while            management (accounting, marketing,
training future managers to be              human resources, law, etc.) and be able to
open, pro-active and capable of             combine them to create or develop a
integrating technological fields into       business
their management decision-making
                                            Use current ICT tools productively
                                            (computer skills, networks, data
                                            bases, etc.) to improve business
                                            performance

                                            Analyze a company’s needs and define how
                                            ICT can help its development; offer technical
                                            solutions; implement simple developments
                                            or know how to pursue complex ones

PGE-2                                       Know how to attack complex problems in
Be able to generate new ideas,              competitive situations and how to use
steer innovation and management             creative techniques to solve them
change in a competitive
environment                                 Understand the stakes and
                                            processes in business
PGE-3                                       Identify the different roles of each
Capacity to plan, organize, lead and        participant in a work group and allocate the
collaborate within working groups           tasks, anticipate, make a schedule

                                            Anticipate and prepare a budget

                                            Analyze the dynamics of a work group and
                                            be able to manage the indiv idual strengths
                                            and weaknesses of each member

                                            Prepare quality business documents
PGE-4
Possess effective interpersonal             Demonstrate effective interpersonal
communication skills                        communication skills in a professional
                                            context



PGE-5
                                            Understand the ethical stakes in business
Acquire ethical reasoning and social
responsibility values



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Program Learning Goals                      Learning Objectives
                                            Be able to work in English

PGE-6                                       Be able to communicate in a second foreign
Capable of working globally                 language

                                            Understand the culture of the countries of
                                            the foreign languages they are learning
PGE-7                                       Create a professional project
Become immediately operational in the
workforce                                   After a short adaptation period, be able to
                                            work effectively in a company




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                         B. ACADEMIC REGULATIONS




Télécom Ecole de M anagement                          Student Handbook
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This is the English version of the official Academic Regulations („Règlement des Etudes’)
adopted by the Academic Committee. This version is translated and adapted from the
French.




Télécom Ecole de M anagement                                               Student Handbook
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1          CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS

The different categories of students in Télécom Ecole de Management are as follows:
         Regular students („Grande Ecole‟)
                             1
         Specialized Master
              2
         MSc
         Probationary-students
         Auditors/Free Movers.


A candidate‟s student status i s determined only when he/she has fulfilled all enrolment
requirements including the payment of tuition fees.
Télécom Ecole de Management will cancel admission into the school and any results already obtained
by candidates who do not comply with these requirements.


1.1               Regular Students („Grande Ecole‟)
Regular students are admitted into first year on the basis of a competitive qualifying ex amination
(„concours‟):

      -      after following special preparatory classes („classes préparatoires‟) in business and ec onomics;
      -      after following special preparatory classes („classes préparatoires‟) in mat hematics and
             sciences, or literature;
      -      after a university diploma equivalent to a French baccalauréat + 2 years of university study
             („Bac + 2‟).

Candidates having a diploma equivalent to a French baccalauréat + 3 years of university („licence‟ or
equivalent) will be admitted into second year according to t he terms defined by the c ompetitive
examination rules.

1.2               Probationary Students
Probationary students may be admitted into the first-year or second-year program of study by decision
of the Dean of Téléc om Ecole de Management.

Students who have successfully completed all class requirements for t he first year program of study
may be admitted into the second year, by decision of the Dean of Télécom Ecole de Management
after their case has been examined by the Télécom Ecole de Management Academic Committee.

International students who are studying at Télécom Ecole de Management in the framework of an
exchange program are considered as probationary students.

1.3               Auditors/Free Movers
The Dean of Téléc om Ecole de Management may admit auditors to follow all or part of the Télécom
Ecole de Management program of study. A uditors are admitted on the basis of t heir diplomas,
academic qualifications or studies pursued, which attest to having the necessary academic
background required to follow the desired program of study.

Auditors cannot rec eive a Télécom Ecole de Management diploma. They may receive a certificate
showing the different classes they attended and the results they achieved.


1
    For informat ion concerning this program, p lease refer to the “ Mastères” handbook.
2
    For informat ion concerning this program, please refer to the MSc handbook.
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2       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
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Two programs of study are offered to students from the beginning of the 1 year:
       Regular („Grande Ecole‟ ) Télécom Ecole de Management Program: all courses are given at
         Télécom Ecole de Management;
       Télécom Ecole de Management / Dauphine Program: to obtain the MSG („Maîtrise de Sciences
         de Gestion‟) at Université Dauphine.

2.1        Regular („Grande Ecole‟) Program of Study
The regular Télécom Ecole de Management program of study is organized in two stages:
       one year of required core courses in Management;
       the Master‟s program.

Several curriculum choices make it possible for students to personaliz e their program of study during
the academic year which is divided into two semesters.

Upon their arrival for their first semester at the School, students should proactively
plan out their personal program of study taking into consideration the multitude of
curriculum choices. More especially they should anticipate potential difficulties in
order to find timely solutions.

         2.1.1 Télécom Ecole de Management First Year
First year provides a fundamental academic background in Business Management, Information and
Communication Technologies, Foreign Languages and Social Scienc es . This year is followed by a 12-
week internship (see section about interns hips).

         2.1.2 Télécom Ecole de Management Master‟s Program
The Master‟s Program can take two forms: the classical curriculum or the apprenticeship regime. In
both cases, it is made up of the courses of the last two years of the program and lasts two to three
years according to the students‟ choices.
Apprenticeship is described in a specific document. Students under the apprenticeship regime achieve
the complete Master‟s Program (M1 + M2) cycle in three years.

         - Advanced Management Studies (Télécom Ecole de Management 2nd year)
              nd
During t he 2 year, students choose electives which are more in-depth courses relative to the core
subjects taught in first year.

The program is offered bot h in French and in English. They are equivalent. The program in E nglish
has been adapted from the program in French. Students having a sufficient level in English may
choose t o follow the program in English. If they are accept ed, they must agree to follow all their
classes in English for the entire year. This choice will not affect their later program of study.

Students may carry out an internship in a company at the end of the second year (see section about
internships).

Students who meet the requirements may carry out their sec ond s emester in a study abroad
exchange with a foreign university (see the section about international ex perience).

They can als o choose t o do a P rofessional Year (année d‟immersion en entreprise, „AIE‟ ) before
integrating their final Major year (see section about internships).



Télécom Ecole de M anagement                                                          Student Handbook
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                - Management Majors (Télécom Ecole de Management 3rd year)

Students may choose among the following:


        Télécom Ecole de Management Majors: students follow a one semester course of study in
         their major either at Télécom Ecole de Management or in a partner institution and conduct a
         professional project also called a „professional internship‟, for a duration of at least 6 mont hs.
         Majors can be carried out as a work-study program, or even under the apprenticeship regime.
         In this case, the internship must last a minimum of 10 months.
         The major is a specialization and practice program which enables students to complete their
         knowledge in a specific area of study, to acquire expertise and to implement the acquired
         skills.
         The professional internship is an important practical experience that should enable students to
         show their c apacity to become part of the business world in order t o take on the responsibility
         for part of or an entire project that they are assigned.


        International Majors: students follow a one semester (or more in the case of a double
         diploma) c ours e of study abroad, within the framework of t he School‟s int ernational exchange
         program and carry out a professional project in a company for at least 6 months. Students
         must apply for admission to an International Major.


        University Majors: Students may enroll in an equivalent program of study at a university with
         which Télécom Ecole de Management has signed an agreement.


    In bot h of the cases presented above, an individual procedure determines the conditions un der
    which the students may leave, the conditions for their stay, and their return to Télécom Ecole de
    Management.


           2.1.3 Organization of Studies
                                                                                            st      nd
Instruction is organized on the basis of credit-giving courses („unit é de valeur: UV‟) in 1 and 2 year.
                   rd
The majors in 3 year are organized in c ours es („UV‟) and in modules. Instruction can include:
lectures, tutorials, practice sessions, and projects.

        Lecture s are given to all the students en rolled in the same course. They provide t he
         fundamental ac ademic background about a specific subject, situating it in the program of
         study and linking it to other subjects. These lectures define the domain of practice providing
         students with necessary referenc es for individual work which is essential to understanding t he
         subject.


        Tutorials are classes where students can apply and develop concepts provided during the
         lectures. Students are divided into small groups, better enabling interaction with the
         instructors. In order to best benefit from these tutorials, students must prepare an assignment
         in advance which will demonstrate that they have assimilated the concepts present ed during
         the lectures.


        Practice se ssions are sessions in which the students can put into practice concepts seen
         during classes or use practical tools. Students are put into groups of different sizes according
         to the subjects. During practice sessions students finalize assignments partially prepared prior
         to the session.

         Grading for the tutorials and the practice sessions can include a grade for the preliminary
         assignment and a grade for the practical work. Instructors can refus e to admit a student into
         class who has not completed his/her preparat ory assignment in a satis factory manner.

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          Instructors may then take this into consideration when giving a grade for „continuous
          assessment‟.


         Projects are group or indivi dual assignments relative to a theme which may cover several
          subjects from the program. They require additional bibliographical and methodological
          investigation, res earch, a written summary and sometimes an oral pres entation before a jury.

          The program of study may be completed by:

          -    cultural conferences;
          -    technical and scientific conferences;
          -    lectures from companies, labs or research centres.

   A half-day per week is dedicat ed to s ports activities and personal development or optional courses
   on Thursday - 14:00s.

          2.1.4 Class Attendance
Students are required t o participate in all classes. This is an essential condition for maintaining a
quality teaching / learning relationship between instructors and students. Students are also required to
respect the official class schedule.

If a student is absent from class, he/she must provide an official excuse (medical certificate, family
commitment, etc.) to the Office of the Registrar within 48 hours.

All unexcused absences will automatically be given the grade 0/20 for the class if it was graded, or
another sanction if the class was not graded.

The Office of the Registrar will periodically check student attendance and take any necessary
measures in the case of abs ences. Observations concerning class attendance made during these
check-ups may be reported t o the Academic Committee which makes official decisions about a
student‟s academic status.

          2.1.5 Exemptions and Waivers

If a student previously attended a module similar to a compulsory module in t he Ma ster‟s of
Management program of study, s/he may ask to benefit from an exemption (equivalency) or from a
course waiver for the corresponding module.
The student cannot benefit from more than one exemption or course waiver per semester.

Exemptions and course waivers are granted by the School according to detailed terms and conditions
set by the administration.


2.2           Télécom Ecole de Management / Dauphine Program

This program of study is organized in collaboration with the University Dauphine. It leads to a double
diploma:
        - Télécom Ecole de Management,
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          - and a “Licence” (L3) in Management Sciences + 1 year of the Master‟s in Management
          program (M1) from the Dauphine University. Details concerning this program can be found in
          the Student Handbook (French version).

Admission into the Dauphine program of study is offered to first year st udents of the Integrat ed
Master‟s in Management program by means of a selective admissions process. An official list of
students is fixed by the admission‟s committee.

Télécom Ecole de M anagement                                                           Student Handbook
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The Dean‟s office reserves t he right t o eliminate students from the Dauphine program of study who
have difficulties to successfully complete their courses.

In addition, t his program may be subject to modifications made by the Dauphine University. Taking
into consideration the sizable workload, Télécom Ecole de Management and the Dauphine University
organize the program of study over a period of four years.



3         FOREIGN LANGUAGES

3.1        Télécom Ecole de Management Program of Study
Students enrolled in this program are required to study t wo foreign languages. One of these
languages must be English (or French for English–speaking students).

However, students whose level in English is insufficient will be required to attend extra classes
designed to reinforc e their level.

Each year foreign language classes include one required first language course („UV‟) (generally
English) and one required second language course („UV‟).

The second language is chosen among those offered by Télécom Ecole de Management. Students
choose t heir second language for their entire program of study. Students who wish to change their
second language s hould present their request to the Foreign Languages and S ocial Sciences
Department. The department will then forward the request and their rec ommendation to t he Dean‟s
office. The Dean‟s office will make the final decision.

Depending on the number of student requests and the school‟s possibilities, third language classes
may be offered. A third language is not required, but all students having asked for and obtained a third
language must participate in class and complete the required assignments. The third language course
(„UV‟) will be graded and this grade will be considered in the applications for international exchange
programs.

3.2        Télécom Ecole de Management / Dauphine Program of Study
Students enrolled in this program of study must get credit for their first language („ UV‟) according to
the special conditions that are provided for them (see French version).




4         INTERNSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Graduation requirements for the students enrolled in the Télécom Ecole de Management Integrat ed
Master‟s in Management program include the following professional obligations:
         One project for a duration of at least 12 weeks in a company, at the end of the first year.
          This internship must allow students to lead a project in the field of management (marketing,
          finance, human resources, information systems, etc.) where they must hold real
          responsibilities.

          Students are encouraged to carry out a second optional internship bet ween the second and
          third year. Students can obt ain a Training Agreement signed by the School.

          During the internship students are expected to carry out concrete projects entrusted to them
          by a company, according to an approach, deadlines, expected results, and a salary specified
          by the company at the beginning of the internship.


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          Students are responsible for finding their internships. However, the Career Center may assist them
          in their search. The Dean‟s office must approve the theme of the internship (educational approval).
          All internships require a signed Training Agreement which stipulates the work relationship between
          the School, the student and the company. Students must write a report about the internship which
          will be evaluated by the School and the company.

          Only internships carried out during the academic period of study at Télécom Ecole de
          Management can be validated for credit.

         A profe ssional internship for a long period of time (at least 6 months): this interns hip will
          enable the student to work with a team, to conduct a complete or partial professional project,
          study, or special mission on a topic chosen beforehand. The internship can be carried out in
          public or private companies, in France or abroad. Students are required to write an int erns hip
          report and to present their work during an oral examination.

         The Dean‟s office reserves the right to change a student‟s departure dat e for an internship if
         his/her grades are insufficient and his/her level requires a longer stay on campus to
         consolidate his/her knowledge. Students are responsible for finding their internships and
         negotiating the t erms with the company. The Career Center provides support t o students to
         facilitate their search.

         The subject and terms of the int ernship must be validated by the Dean‟s office and receive a
         signed educational approval from an instructor who is an expert in the field relative to the
         internship. A Training A greement („convention de stage‟) will be signed by the student, the
         School, and the company stipulating the s ubject, the conditions and the dates of the beginning
         and the end of the internship.

         The internship must be carried out in the semester preceding or following the major (or option)
         and, in any event, before the end of the academic year for second semester internships.
         The interns hip report must be submitted to t he Career Cent er at least 10 days prior to the date
         of the oral ex amination. If the written report does not get a grade of 10 or above, the oral
         examination dat e will be postponed.

         The oral ex aminati on must take place in the School premises no later than 6 weeks after the
          end of the int erns hip.

         The School Advisor is a Télécom Ecole de Management instructor who is responsible for
          guiding the student during his/her internship.

         The Company Advis or is the person who guides the student at the internship site.

         The internship receives three grades:
              -   an oral examination grade given by the jury which includes the School Advisor and the
                  Company Advisor;
              -   a grade on the written report given by the School Advisor;
              -   a grade on the written report given by the Company Advisor.

        The internship is validat ed if the average of these three grades is at least 10/20.

         A long work experience in a company of at least 10 months, (Professional Year „A IE‟)
          enables students to refine their professional project and can be chosen between the
          second and third year. This professional year allows students to develop significant
          experience during a minimum of 10 mont hs in the s ame company. Admission into t his track is
          determined by an application procedure which is identified in a specific document.

         This year can be separated into two equal parts, allowing the student to carry out two missions
         in the same company or in two different ones.

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         Students who participate in the ten-month int ernship track retain their student status at
         Télécom Ecole de Management and must pay their registration and health -care ins urance
         („Sécurité Sociale‟) fees.

         Students, who are applying for admission t o the P rofessional Year, („AIE‟), must fill out an A IE
         application form and submit it for approval to the Télécom Ecole de Management Dean‟s
         office. The application will be reviewed on the basis of the student‟s academic record obtained
         during his/her first year and during the first semester of his/her second year, and eventually
         the results of the second semester of the second year, if it is judged necessary. Nonetheless,
         final approval of the A IE will be granted on the basis of the student‟s grades from the second
         semester of the second year. Validation of the AIE follows the same procedures as those for
         the professional internship described above.

NB:        Students who spend a year in a company (‘AIE’) do not have to carry out the professional
           internship unless they request to do so.


           In addition to this, an internship of a minimum of 12 mont hs spent in a company can also
           validate a short internship/project.


           Students enrolled in an apprenticeship program are exempt from the internship in a company
           corresponding to the apprenticeship years, since they carry out a significant part of their
           training program in a company. Refer to the specific document on Apprenticeship.

Students in the proce ss of creating a busine ss may ask to be accepted in the School‟s incubator or
in another structure adapted to their project. In this case, they are exempted from the professional
internship, because this internship is replaced by a busine ss creation project. That project will be of
the same length and will be assessed according to the sa me criteria as the professional internship. An
agreement will be signed bet ween the incubator, the project bearer and the School, specifying the
terms and conditions of the project supervision.

If a student requests, and if the director for the Integrated Master‟s in Management program
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authorizes it, s/he may integrate a specific year of study, between the 2 and 3 year, comprising
(among others):
- One or two semesters of study abr oad, which will validate his/her international training,
- An internship in a company, or a business creation project, or a humanitarian action, no longer than
one semester. This session does not validate the professional internship,
- one or two semesters dedicated to the lear ning of a foreign language.




5       INTERNATIONAL SKILLS

At the end of the Télécom Ecole de Management Integrated Master‟s in Management program, each
student must demonstrate real int ernational skills by validating three c omponents of international
training requirements.


5.1        Internship or Study Abroad (4 Months Minimum)
Students have two choices to validate this requirement:
       Carry out abroad one or more requirement(s) identified within the framework of internships and
         professional experiences.



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       Take classes in a foreign university, within the framework of ac ademic exchanges organized in
         second and third year. Students who wis h to follow this program of study must apply and meet
         the selection requirements which will be detailed by the Dean‟s office at the appropriat e time.

In order for students to be able to validate an academic course of study abroad for their international
requirement, they must have completed all their internship requirements.

Students who can prove they have a 4-month professional or academic experience outside France
since they entered higher education may ask the School to validate this as international experience.

Students enrolled in an apprenticeship program have to validate their international experienc e before
beginning the M2 year. As a transitional measure and just for the acad emic year 2010-2011,
international experience for students enrolled in the M2 year of apprenticeship is only 2 months.


5.2        External Foreign Language Examination

Students must successfully pass an external language examination which is organized during t he
school year at Téléc om Ecole de Management. Students must have a minimum of 750 points on the
TOEIC to validate this requirement. The School pays the TOEIC test once only for each student.

NB:     Students who are applying for a study abroad program in an English speak ing country are
        responsible for enrolling themselves for the TOEFL or for any other test required by their host
        university. This must be done during the first year at Télécom Ecole de Management.


5.3        Other Obligations
Students are required to participat e in the other scheduled events and trainings. In particular, they
must participate in the International Crossroads organized on campus, which include several seminars
and conferences.



6       EXAMINATIONS, GRADING AND GRADUATION
        REQUIREMENTS

6.1        Examinations
Examinations measure student acquisition of basic notions and global comprehension of the different
subjects taught.

Instructors organize examinations which are best adapt ed to determine whet her or not the student has
achieved the goals identified for their class. Examinations may or may not have a time limit and can be
taken with or without documentation.

All examinations will be graded. This grade may take into consideration the results the students
provided, the approach chosen to obt ain these results, the student‟s participation in the learning
process, and the quality of content and form of student reports and assignments.

The Dean‟s offic e will indicate at the beginning of the academic year the type of test which will be
given, the activities to which they correspond, as well as the weights for t he different examinations for
each class.

In the event that the same examination or activity is graded by several examiners , the Dean‟s office
may request all the examiners to harmonize their grades.

All activities will be graded on an individual basis. When the examination is done in a group, the
examiner may take into consideration each student‟s contribution to the group result.
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The Office of the Registrar will take every measure possible to guarantee good working
conditions to the students and that examinations are administered under appropriate
circum stances and on a regular basi s.

At the beginning of each examination session, when signing the attendance s heet, students will have
to show their student card for the current academic year, or at least an identity card with their photo.
Students unable to present either of those identity papers will not be authorized to sit for the exam and
will have to leave the room immediately.

During an examination with a time limit, students are not allowed to enter the room after the test has
begun. They are not allowed to leave the room during examinations of duration of 2 hours or less. For
examinations longer than t wo hours, students are not allowed to leave the room before half of the time
of the total duration of the ex amination.

When a student leaves the room before the end of the examination, s/he must imperatively hand in
his/her copy, even if it is blank, with his/her first and last names to t he pers on proctoring the
examination. In this case, the proctor will write down the time at which the student left the room on
his/her copy.

During an examination without documents, students must leave all documents or material which are
not strictly necessary for taking the ex amination at the entrance of the room.

Whatever the nature of the examination, students must have all the equipment they need to take it. No
communication or equipment exchange between the students is authorized during the tests. An y
student who does not respect this clause will receive the grade zero for his/her examination.

The written documents, copies and reports are kept for two weeks after the grades have been posted
by the instructor who is responsible for the course. During this time, students are welcome to read
their copies and ask for explanations about their results from the instructor. After the two weeks, the
grades become final.

All unjustified absences, or absences not authorized by the Dean‟s office for a graded ac tivity, will be
given the grade 0/20. All individual or group work not submitted at the given date will be given t he
grade 0/20.


6.2         Grading
Other than exceptions described in the ac ademic handbooks, all courses („ UV‟) will be graded by
continuous assessment and/or a final ex amination. The terms for continuous assessment and the final
examinations are specified in the academic handbooks.

Continuous assessment includes all grades and any ot her grade t hat the instructor deems necessary
to evaluate the student.

For a course which is only graded on the basis of continuous assessment, the ac ademic handbook
provides for the two following cases:

            Either some sort of evaluation (project, homework, examination, etc.) which will be
             considered as a second final examination („Contrôle Final‟, CF2) and which will replace t he
             continuous assessment grade;

            Or in the case where it is not possible to organize a CF2 because of the pedagogical
             requirements for the class (for example, mandatory presence in class), the class must be
             repeated during its next session.

Final ex aminations cover t he entire course („ UV‟) program. This examination could require the stud ent
to summarize concepts learned during the course, enabling the examiner to evaluate the student‟s
degree of assimilation and comprehension of the program. Or, it could be a test made up of several
exercises specific to the UV. The final examination receives one single grade.
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The course coordinator or the coordinator of the major forwards the grades to the Dean‟s office. The
grades are validated by the Dean‟s office and then posted for the students.

In the case where an examination is re -corrected, the examiner forwards the new grade to the Dean‟s
office. The new grade cancels and replaces the previous grade. Stu dents may not contest the second
grade, even if it is lower that the first grade.


6.3        Organization
Each academic year includes a specific number of courses („UV‟) which are listed in the next chapt er
of this document. Two (and only two) examination sess ions are scheduled for each course („UV‟)
during each academic year. If the final grade for a course („UV‟) is strictly below 10/20 at the end of
the first examination session, the student must take the s econd final examination scheduled for this
course.

Any authorized absenc e from one of thes e scheduled ex aminations, no matter what type of absence
it is, allows the student to take the next scheduled examination.

Any student who is not authorized to be absent from one of these scheduled examinations, no m atter
what type of abs ence it is, will receive the grade 0/20 for the examination.

The first examination session grade includes: grades from continuous assessment as indicated in t he
academic handbook (practice sessions, studies, reports, etc.) and the grade from the final ex amination
1 scheduled at the end of the semester or at the end of the course.

The s econd final examination session includes results from continuous assessment and a single final
examination 2 (written or oral).

Final examinations are scheduled either at the end of t he module or at the end of the semester
depending on the date of the last class.

A second session of final examinations is organized at the end of the second semester for courses
(„UV‟) which were not validated during the first semester.

A second session of final examinations is organized in September for courses („UV‟) which were not
validated during the second semester.

The schedule for all the final examination sessions can be found in the academic calendar which is
given to instructors and students at the beginning of the ac ademic year. It is also available on the
intranet which the students should consult regularly.

The weighted coefficients for continuous assessment tests and the final examination for each course
(„UV‟) are defined for the ac ademic year and can be found in the academic handbooks.

The final course („UV‟) grade is calculated according to the following formula:


         Final UV grade = arithmetic average (continuous assessment + Final Examination)




6.4        Validating the Academic Year and Entrance into the Following Year
Students validate their academic year if they validate all the required courses („UV‟).

A student who validates all the courses („UV‟) required by his/her current academic year of study
passes into the next academic year.

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In the case where the conditions above are not met, the Academic Committee will take a decision
concerning the student‟s fut ure academic status based on t he recommendations made by the School.
Students following part of the Int egrated Master‟s in Management program in a partner
institution/establishment must obey t he partner institution‟s rules and regulations during t heir stay.
They also maintain their Télécom Ecole de Management student status. Their grades will be
forwarded to Télécom Ecole de Management for validation.

The right to repeat a year is not automatic and may only be authorized once throughout a
student‟ s course of study at Télécom Ecole de Management. The Dean‟s office and the Academic
Committee may decide to reorient students as soon as the end of first year in cases where they feel
that the student is clearly unable to pursue the academic program of study.

An academic year may not be repeat ed more than once. In cases where students fail an academic
year twice, unless there is a cause of absolute necessity, the Academic Committee will decide to
exclude the student.

If a student is exceptionally aut horiz ed t o pass into the subsequent academic year, not having
validated some of his/her course („UV‟), he/she will have to validate them that year according to a
schedule determined by the Dean‟s office. All first semester credits must be validated no lat er than
January and all second semester credits must be validat ed no later than June.

In t his case, the final examination grade or the grade on the term paper (according to the terms
described in the academic handbook) will be the final course („UV‟) grade (100 % of the grade).

In the case of a thesis or a graded project, the same schedule must be respected so th at the
assignment can be graded and grades forwarded to Télécom Ecole de Management, before the
Academic Committee meeting takes place during the current academic year.

When students repeat a c omplet e academic year, they must revalidat e all t heir courses („UV‟) no
matter what the grades were from the year before.

Depending on the student‟s situation, the Academic Committee may authorize the Dean‟s office to
make specific ac ademic arrangements for the repeating student which will be noted in a Student
Training Cont ract. The student must comply with thes e conditions.

If a student has personal or health problems which prevent him/her from studying, t he Academic
Committee may be forced to neutralize an academic year or interrupt the student‟s program of stud y.


6.5        Academic Integrity and Disrespect of Campus Rules
Any student who frauds or attempts to fraud during a test will be immediately excluded from the test
and receive t he grade 0/20 for the t est. In case a student is caught in the act, s/he will be immediately
expelled from the ex amination.

Any student or group of students who have committed a fraud or an attempt at fraud during a test, no
matter the form, can be summoned to the Academic Committee which will decide on a possible
sanction which could go as far as exclusion from the School.

Students guilty of disrespecting the rules of good behavior on campus and its outbuildings, degrading
the academic or leisure equipment, undermining the integrity of others, hacking into the School‟s
security, confidential, or computer data systems will be brought before the Disciplinary Council.
Students are required to adhere to the campus rules and regulations.

Any student assignment of any type which has been plagiarized will be given the grade 0/20.
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Recurrent perpet rator(s) of plagiarism will be brought before the Disciplinary Council.


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  Any use of printed or electronic documents or portions of documents without clear and exp licit referencing of
their sources, origin, and authors which is presented by students as their own work is considered as plagiaris m.
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In the case of group plagiarism, the collective responsibility rule will apply: all group members will be
sanctioned in the same way.


6.6        Duration of the Academic Program of Study
Students who choos e the Téléc om Ecole de Management Integrated Master‟s in Management
program normally finish their studies in three years if they begin the program in the first year and in
two years if they begin the program in the second year.

Students who choose the Téléc om Ecole de Management/Dauphine program normally finis h their
studies in four years.

Students who c hoos e the P rofessional Year („AIE‟) finish their studies in four years for the Télécom
Ecole de Management Integrated Master‟s in Management Program and in five years for the Télécom
Ecole de Management/Dauphine program.

Students who choose in their final year to follow a double diploma program with a partner university
will extend their studies for a duration necessary to obtain the partner university diploma.

Students enrolled in the apprenticeship program for t he complete Master‟s (M1 + M2) cycle achieve
this cycle in three years.

The Academic Committee may exceptionally extend a student‟s length of studies after examining
his/her academic results. This extension cannot be more than one year more than the time normally
needed to complete the chosen program of study (4 years, if the student did not choos e any one of the
following programs: Télécom Ecole de Management/Dauphine, double diploma, or the Professional
Year („A IE‟); 5 years if he/she did choose one of thes e programs).

In cases where an extension is granted, the student must adhere to his/her commitments and validate
the requirements indicated by the Academic Committee. I f such is not the case, t he Academic
Committee will consider the student has resigned when it meets during the following session.

In any event, students enrolled in the Integrated Master‟s in Management in E vry will have to carry out
at least:
- 2 semesters for transfer students (AST),
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- 3 semesters for all other students (admitted in the 1 year).


6.7        Diploma Requirements
The diploma is granted to students who have:
       validated their complete program of study;
       validated their professional internship requirements;
       validated their international skills requirements.


   And for some cases:
       obtained the “Licence” in Management Sciences from the Dauphine University for students
         enrolled in the Téléc om Ecole de Management/Dauphine program;
       validated at least one semester in a part ner university, if they participated in a double diploma
          international exchange, plus their professional interns hip requirement;
     obtained t he partner university‟s diploma if they participated in a double diploma exchange in
        Franc e and vali dated their professional internship requirement,
   and if they have fulfilled their administrative and fi nancial obligations toward the School.

In all other cas es, the Academic Committee makes a decision concerning the student‟s academic
status after examining the student‟s complete academic file. They may decide to extend the student‟s

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studies, within the framework of the rules described above. In the case of an extension, students must
pay tuition fees for the next academic year.

Diplomas are only given to students who have paid their tuition fees and accommodation bills at the
Student Residence, and who have returned all the equipment lent to them for their studies (computer,
audiovisual, books, etc.)



7      STUDENT EVALUATIONS

Each semester students make a written evaluation of the courses. At the end of each semester a
meeting is held with participants from the Dean‟s office, c ours e coordinators, and student
representatives enabling a dialogue about the written evaluations. If need be, certain classes will be
put into perspective.




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               C. INTEGRATED MASTER’S IN
                      MANAGEMENT
           (GRANDE ECOLE) PROGRAM OF STUDY 4




4
 The content of these programs may be mod ified or updated. Students will be kept info rmed by the Dean’s
Office. Moreover, syllab i of these programs are availab le separately.
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 TÉLÉCOM ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED MASTER’S IN
                MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

1.1        General Architecture of the Program


The regular („Grande Ecole‟) Télécom Ecole de Management program of study is organized in two
clearly identified stages: the Bachelor Cycle (one year of required core courses at Télécom Ecole de
Management) and the Master Cycle, which ends with the earning of the diploma (t wo to three years,
depending on the course of study).


The diagram below summarizes this progression:



                                                       YEAR OF IN-DEPTH STUDIES IN
                                                              MANAGEMENT



                                                       OPTIONAL PROFESSIONAL YEAR
       MASTER CYCLE




                                                       YEAR OF ADVANCED STUDIES IN
       ENTERING                                               MANAGEMENT
        Télécom
        Ecole de
      Management
                                                         YEAR OF INITIAL STUDIES IN
                                                               MANAGEMENT



                                                                ENTERING Télécom
       BACHELOR CYCLE                                         Ecole de Management


                                                               Preparatory Classes




The course content is detailed hereafter. Attention is drawn on the fact that this information may be
subject to further modifications and/or precisions.




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1.2      Study Cycles

           1.2.1 The Initial Management Studies Year (Offered in French Only)
                   Fall Semester, from September 6, 2010 to January 14, 2011
                                  st
              Course Title – 1          Semester                                  Contact
                                                        Course Coordinator                    ECTS
                                                                                   Hours
ACC 3001      Corporate Accountancy                     Nihel CHAB RAK               45         4
FIN 3009      Financial Mathematics                     Yosra BEJA R                 21         2
ICT 3001      Society and Information Tec hnologies     Christine BALAGUE            15         2
INF 3001      Initiation to UNIX System                 Eric RENAULT                 20         1
LAW 3001      Labor and Contract Law                    Claudine GUE RRIE R          21         2
LAW 3003      Advanced Business Law                     Romain GOLA                  12         2
MKT 3001      Marketing                                 Chantal AMMI                 27         3
MKT 3002      Selling                                   Denis LAPE RT                18         2
MKT 3003      Advanced Marketing                        Chantal AMMI                 15         3
QUA 3001      Modelling Probabilities and Statistics    Luc LECLERE                  21         2
QUA 3005      Economet rics and Data Analysis           Grazia CECE RE               21         2
QUA 3009      Mathematics et Statistics                 Michel BERNE                 18         2
STR 3001      Management Simulation                     Philippe CAS TELNAU          18         1
STR 3002      Introduction to Corporat e Environment    Charlotte KRY CHOWSKI       27.5        3
STR 3006      Introduction to Sustainable
                                                        Fabrice FLIP O                6         1
              Development
HUM           Humanities                                Cédric GOSSART              22.5        2
ENG           Foreign Language 1 (LV1)                  A vril ANDREWS               40         3
LGA, FRE      Foreign Language 2 (LV2)                  Depends on language         22.5        2
LGA, FRE      Foreign Language 3 (LV3)                  Maria DESSI
              Total Semester 1                                                                  30


                    Spring Semester, from January 17, 2011 to June 10, 2011

                                   nd                                            Contact
               Course Title – 2         Semester        Course Coordinator                    ECTS
                                                                                  Hours
ACC 3005       Management Accounting                    Jean-Luc MORICEAU          21            2
ECO 3001       Introduction to Economic Analysis        Grazia CECE RE             21            2
ECO 3005       New Corporate Economic Theories          Grazia CECE RE             15            2
ENT 3001       Introduction to Entrepreneurship         Olivier EPINE TTE          15            1
FIN 3001       Financial Analysis                       Donia TRABELS I            27            4
HRM 3001       Fundamentals of Human Resource           X                          21            2
               Management
INF 3002       Introduction to Programming              Sébastien LE RICHE /       29.5          2
                                                        Sophie CHABRIDON
LAW 3002       Business Law                             Romain GOLA                 21           2
LAW 3004       Advanced Contract and Consumer Law       Claudine GUE RRIE R         12           2
MIS 3001       Corporate Information Systems            Saïd ASSAR                  21           2
MKT 3005       Market Researc h                         Olivier SEGARD             16.5          3
OPM 3001       Quantitative Management Techniques       Jean-Luc RAFFY             22,5          2
TEL 3001       Corporate Telecommunications             Joséphine KOHLENBERG        15           2
HUM            Humanities                               Cédric GOSSART             22.5          2
ENG            Foreign Language 1 (LV1)                 A vril ANDREWS              40           3
LGA            Foreign Language 2 (LV2)                 Depends on language        22.5          2
LGA            Foreign Language 3 (LV3)                 Maria DESSI
               Total Semester 2                                                                 30


          ANNUAL TOTAL SEMESTER EM1 (L3)                                                        60




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           1.2.2 The Master Cycle

           1.2.2.1 2nd Year: Advanced Management Studies
This year is offered both in French (French Track ) and in English (E nglish Track ).


                                                    French Track

                      Fall Semester, September 14, 2010 to January 21, 2011

                                  st                                                Contact
              Course Title – 1 Semester                      Course Coordinator                ECTS
                                                                                    Hours
ACC 4001 Advanced Accounting                                 Ghislaine GARMILIS     21         3
ECO 4001 Managerial Economics                                Denis LES COP          23.5       3
HRM 4001 Managem ent Techniques & Human                      Lorea HIRECHE          30         3
         Resource Management
LAW 4001 ICT Law                                             Claudine GUERRIER      21         1.5
MIS 4001 How to Design an Information System                 Daniel LANG            31.5       3
MKT 4001 Strategy and Marketing Plan                         Madeleine BESSON       15         3
STR 4001 Strategic Management                                Nabyla DAIDJ           36         3
STR 4005 Innovation and Technology                           Thierry ISCK IA        15         1.5
         Management
TEL 4001 LANs, Servic es and Interconnection                 Hind CAS TEL           21         1,5
HUM      Humanities                                          P.-Antoine CHARDEL     22.5       2
ENG      Foreign Language 1 (LV1)                            Roisin DONOHOE         40         3.5
LGA, FRE Foreign Language 2 (LV2)                            Depends on language    22.5       2
LGA      Foreign Language 3 (LV3)                            Maria DESSI
         Total Semester 1                                                                      30

                       Spring Semester, January 24, 2011 to June 10, 2011

                                  nd                                                Contact
              Course Title – 2          Semester             Course Coordinator              ECTS
                                                                                    Hours
ACC 4005      Cont rolling : Tools and People                Ghislaine GARMILIS     21       3
ENT 4001      Entrepreneurship Challenge                     Olivier EPINE TTE      21       4.5
FIN 4001      Financial Management                           Donia TRABELS I        27       3
INF 4001      Relational Databases                           Amel BOUZEGHOUB        30       3
QUA 4001      Financial Modelling with Excel                  Daniel LANG           18      1.5
4500-level    5 Elective Cours es                                                            7.5
courses       (15 hours; 1.5 ECTS each)
HUM           Humanities                                     P.-Antoine CHA RDE L   22,5        2
ENG           Foreign Language 1 (LV1)                       Ruth LAWSON            40          3.5
LGA, FRE      Foreign Language 2 (LV2)                       Depends on language    22.5        2
LGA           Foreign Language 3 (LV3)                       Maria DESSI
              Total Semester 2                                                                  30

          TOTAL YEAR EM2                                                                         60



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                                                   English Track

                      Fall Semester, September 14, 2010 to January 21, 2011

                                  st                                               Contact
              Course Title – 1 Semester                      Course Coordinator                ECTS
                                                                                   Hours
ACC 4401      International Comparative Accounting           Ghislaine GARMILIS    21          3
ECO 4401      Managerial Economics                           Denis LES COP         22.5        3
QUA 4401      Decision modelling with Microsoft Excel        Daniel LANG           18          1,5
LAW 4401      Law for Communication & IT                     Romain GOLA           21          1.5
MIS 4401      How to Design an Information System            Daniel LANG           31.5        3
MKT 4401      Business and Service M arketing                Pierre VIALLE         15          3
STR 4401      Management Strategy                            Muge OZMAN            36          3
STR 4403      Doing Business in France and in Europe         Michel BERNE          15          1,5
STR 4405      Innovation Management and                      Thierry ISCK IA       15          1.5
              Technologies
STR 4406      Introduction to Sustainable Development        Fabrice FLIP O        6           1
TEL4401       LANs, Interconnection and Internet             Mounir MOK HTARI      21          2
HUM           The Information Society and the                Cédric GOSSART        22.5        2
4XXX          Challenges of Sustainable Development
FRE           Frenc h as a Foreign Language                  Michèle PEINADO       40          4
LGA           Foreign Language 2                             Gabriel PERIES        22.5        2
LGA           Foreign Language 3                             Gabriel PERIES
              Total Semester 1                                                                 30




                       Spring Semester, January 24, 2010 to June 10, 2011

                                  nd                                               Contact
              Course Title – 2          Semester          Course Coordinator                    ECTS
                                                                                   Hours
ACC 4405   Management Control: Of Systems                 Jean-Luc MORICEAU           21            3
           and Men
ENT 4401 Business Plan Challenge                          Olivier EPINETTE             21          4.5
FIN 4401   Managerial Finance                             Donia TRABELSI               27           3
HRM 4401 Management Techniques & Human                    Lorea HIRECHE                30           4
           Resources Management
INF 4401   Relational Databases                           Amel BOUZEGHOUB              30           3
4500-level 5 elective courses                                                                      7.5
courses    (15 hours; 1.5 ECTS each)
HUM        Humanities                                     Pierre-Antoine CHARDEL      22.5          2
FRE        French as a Foreign Language                   Michèle PEINADO              40           4
LGA        Foreign language 2                             depends on language         22.5          2
LGA        Foreign language 3                             Depends on language
           Total Semester 2                                                                        30

          TOTAL (YEAR) EM2                                                                           60


                       Additional obligation: 1 st year internship report




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Elective Courses

General Objectives of the Electi ves
Télécom Ecole de Management desires to give a sense of responsibility to the students as far as th eir
teaching program is concerned. The objective of the electives is to give every student the possibility to
personalize his/her Advanced Management Studies Year: he/she can choose to strengthen his/her
knowledge in a specific field with a view to an already defined orientation or, on the contrary, to
broaden his/her knowledge fields by choosing electives from different categories.

Besides, the School makes sure that every student has a thematic teac hing in E nglish by requiring
him/her to choose at least one elective taught in English.

Functioning of the Elective s
In each category (Business Technologies, Markets and Environment, Management, Organization and
Processes, Int ernational Business and Technologies), the electives are grouped wit hin
multidisciplinary families, which are groups of electives simultaneously scheduled in a given time slot.

Each student must choose four electives within four families with different time slots.

It is possible to validate specific projects as an elective, provided they are supervised by a faculty
member.

It is recommended to choose an elective taught in English.

A pre-enrolment of the students in the electives will be required at the beginning of the academic
year.
Electives for which 12 students at least are registered will actually be scheduled during the second
semester.

The electives submitted to students will be listed every year in an online catalog.

Examples of electives open in the previous years:

- Data Bases for Decision-Making                 - Eco-conception and Sustainable Development
- Marketing Behavior                             - Conception and Ergonomics for Websites
- Marketing Distribution Channels                - Architecture and Development of Web Services
- HR Management and ICT                          - Net work Administration
- Business Plan                                  - Data Bases for Decision-Making
- Business Process and Supply Chain              - Internet and Marketing
  Management
- Net Intelligence                           - Design and Conception of ICT Products and
                                               Servic es
- Forecasting and Decision-Making Techniques - Modeling IS Techni ques
- Corporate Responsibility in Financial      - Communication in an Intercultural Setting
  Markets
- Tax Policy: A Comparison US/France         - Management and Creativity
- Macroeconomics for Finance                 - Cultural Organization Management
- Business E valuation                       - Introduction to the Management of Security
- Portfolio Management                       - Aspects of Quality




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         1.2.2.2 The Apprenticeship Track
Following the request of corporate partners, Télécom Ecole de Management is implementing an
apprenticeship curriculum for M1 and M2 levels, as from the beginning of the 2009-2010
academic year.

Two apprenticeship programs are offered:
    Years M1 + M2,
    Year M2 only.

The M1 + M2 Program

It is scheduled on three years (34 months):
       1.5 year alternating periods of three weeks in school and in the company;
       0.5 year to validate the international commitment;
       1 year to validat e a major on a work/study basis.

Each period of three weeks at school validates 6 ECTS c redits (among which 1. 5 foreign language
and humanities credit).

The M2 Program

It is scheduled on one year on a work/study basis. Here are the majors offered in 2009 -2010:
       Management Strategy
       Digital Marketing
       ERP

Admission in apprenticeship programs is based on the application file of the candidate, which is
examined. Once admitted, the student has to find a company willing to welcome him/her and has to
sign an apprenticeship contract.

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The 3 year majors offered to Télécom Ecole de Management students for the 2010-2011 academic
year are given below, as an example. This list is updated every year.

The Majors at Télécom Ecole de Management

ACSI                  Audit and Consulting in Information Systems
ERP                   Enterprise Resourcing Planning
FIN                   Business Finance (in collaboration with the University of E vry-Val d‟Essonne)
IAI                   International A ffairs Engineering
IBA                   ICT Business Analyst (in English)
IMM                   ICT Mark eting Management (in English)
IMS                   International Mark eting and Strategy (in English, t winned with the MSc in International
                      Management)
ISI                   Information System Engineering
MN                    Digital Marketing and Online Selling (t winned with the eponymous MS, see details in
                      the Master‟s brochure)
MS                    Management Strategy
PAM                   Audiovisual and Multimedia Projects
SIF                   Information Systems for Market Finance


The External Majors

Other possibilities exist, and you will find below the more current ones. Admission to these
majors is submitted to a specific selection process.

              Some TELE COM SudP aris specializing programs like
                     RIF, Industrial and Financial Risks
              The TELE COM Bretagne option:
                     Networks and Information Systems for Finance (in Rennes);
              The “professional” M2, Proc ess Management for Goods and Services P roduction, and t he
               “research” M2, Marketing Strategy, at the University Paris-Dauphine;
              The M2, Research in Management, at the University Paris -12-Créteil;
              International exchanges.

How students choos e their majors is defined by the Télécom Ecole de Management Head Office and,
according to cases, in close cooperation with the other schools‟ or uni versity partners‟ head offices.

Description of the majors appearing in the following pages i s provi sional. Please refer to the
academic fasci cules for each major in order to obtain the permanent program description for
the current year.




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                                Major “ICT Marketing Management”

                                        Program Director: Pierre Vialle


                                         st                                         Cont act
                                        1 Semester                                             ECTS
                                                                                     Hours

  Fundamentals                                                                                 14.5
       ADV 5801 – Media and Convergence                                               15       1.5
       ICT 5801 – Policy and Regulation of ICT in Europe                              15       1.5
       ICT 5802 – Platforms and Digital Ecosystems                                    15       1.5
       ICT 5803 – Mobile Telecommunications Business Simulation (Simobiz)             30       2.5
       MKT 5801 – Market Research Methodology                                         24       2.5
       QUA 5801 – Data Analysis                                                       21        2
       STR 5801 – Business Modelling and ICT                                          15       1.5
       TEL 5801 – Global Telecommunications                                           15       1.5
  Specialization
       ICT 7501 – ICT Systems and Services Adoption, Diffusion and Use                15       1.5
       MKT 7501 – Advanced B2B Marketing in Telecommunications                        15       1.5
       MKT 7502 – Customer Relationship Management                                    15       1.5
       MKT 7503 – Innovation Project Management and Marketing                         15       1.5
       MKT 7504 – Management and Purchasing of ICT in Businesses                      15       1.5
  Project                                                                                      7.5
       PRO 7501 – Workshops and Project Presentation                                  18        1
       PRO 7502 – Project Work                                                                 6.5
                                                                            Total    248       30

                                                          nd
              Profe ssional Internship – 6 Months (2           Semester)                        30




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                         Major “International Marketing Management”

                                        Program Director: Chantal Ammi


                                          nd                                     Cont act    ECT
                                         2     Semester
                                                                                  Hours       S

  Specialization Area: Information Age Marketing/Strategy/e-Busine ss
       MAN 7004 – Leadership                                                                  3
       MIS 7002 – Information Systems and Technology for Marketing                            3
       MKT 7001 – Int ernational Business                                                     3
       MKT 7002 – B2B Marketing in the Information Age                                        3
       MKT 7003 – Global Information and International Marketing                              3
       STR 7003 – Strategy Simulation                                                         3
       STR 7004 – Designing E-B usiness Strategies                                            3
  Elective Course s: Supply Chain Management and Information
       LOG 7001 – Supply Chain Management Information Systems                                 3
       MAN 7005 – Supply Chain Management: Tactics and Operations                             3
  Project                                                                                     3
       PRO 7001 – Project Work
                                                                         Total               30

                                                           st
               Profe ssional Internship – 6 Months (1 Semester)                              30




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                                        D. PROCEDURES




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Teaching Programs at Télécom Ecole de Management can follow several curricula.

The numerous possible choices make it essential for students to think precisely about how they will
organize their program as soon as they integrate the School.

They also have to make consistent choices and be sure to have the necessary assets to apply for t he
different curriculums in the best conditions.

To help students in their choices, procedures and application forms have been implemented to apply
for:

        The Dauphine program;
                                        nd
        The English Track (in 2             year);
        The apprenticeship program;
        The one-year internship in a company (gap year);
        A program in a partner university abroad;
          nd
        2     year electives;
          rd
        3     year majors.


Besides, some credits will be validated following specific terms, with written requests to the concerned
professors and submitted to the agreement of the School‟s head offic e. It concerns:

        Equivalency requests;
        Credit validation by waiver.


Each of these files requires providing a certain number of elements, and definite dates of return will be
communicated throughout the academic year.

It is imperative that all the required elements and the return dates be scrupulously re spected,
otherwise the files will not be handled.


All procedures are available online in the information system Gaspar:

http://gaspar.it-sudpari s.eu/




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                                        E. COMMITMENTS




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1      TEM POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR STUDENTS


1- Applicability

1.1    These policies and procedures apply to all students at Télécom Ecole de Management, except
       for PhD students and int erns working in Télécom Ecole de Management services. They also
       apply to students from other institutions participating in programs of study organized by Télécom
       Ecole de Management on the E vry campus.
1.2    Individuals are considered as students if they have been admitted by Télécom Ecole de
       Management and if they have paid their tuition fees for the current year and according to their
       program of study, or have been exempted from them.
1.3    The s pecific payment terms for tuition fees are detailed in an A ppendix of the Student
       Handbook.




2- Hygiene, Safety, Conduct

2.1.   Students must have an appropriate appearanc e, attitude, and conduct while on Télécom Ecole
       de Management campus. Mutual respect is the basis for relationships on campus. Present laws
       prohibit moral and sexual harassment. Hazing is also prohibited at Télécom Ecole de
       Management.
2.2.   Students may have free access to information and exercise freedom of expression concerning
       political, economic, social and cultural topics. They may exercise this liberty individually and/ or
       collectively, provided that they do not disrupt teaching and research activities or disturb t he
       general peac e at the Institute.
2.3.   Students must show consideration for the material resources placed at their disposal on
       campus. In case of any damage made to the premises, installations or material resources, the
       cost for repairs will be charged to the responsible(s) person(s). Graffiti, etching, engraving, etc.
       are prohibited and are considered as damages. Premises and installations must be used
       according to the way that they were intended to be used, and for their designated purpose.
2.4.   Students must respect regulations conc erning drugs and restrictions imposed by the Télécom
       Ecole de Management administration c oncerning the use of alcohol and tobacco, in accordance
       with the individual Code of Conduct “Dangerous Behavior” appended to the Student Handbook.
       It is forbidden to produce, sell, use or bring to campus dangerous substances or materials.
2.5.   Students must respect safety and security instructions, which include not allowing unaut horiz ed
       individuals to enter the campus.
2.6.   Télécom Ecole de Management is not responsible for the theft of students‟ personal things.




3- Discipline

3.1.   The following sanctions may be administered for misconduct. They are sequenced in order of
       increasing seriousness: warning, reprimand, s uspension, exclusion. Warnings and rep rimands
       may be accompanied by specific meas ures such as community -service work.
3.2.   The warning sanction is pronounced by the Dean of Téléc om Ecole de Management.
3.3.   Students are responsible for complying with current French laws. Additionally, the Télécom
       Ecole de Management Academic Committee may preside as a disciplinary council and take
       decisions concerning serious breaches of conduct (warnings, exclusions).
3.4.   Sanctions can only be pronounced after the student has been summoned and brought before
       the disciplinary council to defend himself/herself, assisted by the person of his/her choice. The
       student will be first summoned by a letter reminding him/her that he/she may be assisted by the
       person of his/her choice.
3.5.   Beyond disciplinary sanctions, Télécom Ecole de Management reserves the right to press
       charges in court according to the seriousness of the act.
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4- Access to Buildings and Campus

4.1.   Access to the Télécom Ecole de Management buildings and campus is restricted, including t he
       premises administered by the Mais el (student residences and common rooms).
4.2.   All students must be able to justify their identity as members of the Télécom Ecole de
       Management community at all times by producing their student identity card for t he c urrent
       academic year or a badge with their name, given to them on their arrival.
4.3.   Télécom Ecole de Management publishes schedules of the opening hours for authorized access
       to the different campus premises.
4.4.   Télécom Ecole de Management reserves the right to implement special entrance checks if it
       deems them necessary.
4.5.   Special arrangements are made for students to be able to access certain areas such as: work
       rooms, the multimedia library, computer labs, and sports facilities. The regulations concerning
       the use of these premises are available to every s tudent and must be respected.




5- Computing and Internet

5.1.   Students must sign and agree to the Computing and Int ernet Charter elaborated by the Télécom
       Ecole de Management Administration.
5.2.   This charter is appended to this document.



6- Extra-Curricular Activities

6.1.   Students‟ extra-curricular activities are enc ouraged because t hey contribut e to students‟
       education and develop organizational and responsibility skills.
6.2.   The Student Council (Bureau des Elèves, „BDE‟) is elected by students who are members of t he
       „BDE‟ Association.
6.3.   The Student Council (B DE) is responsible for the following:
       -    representing the students before the Télécom Ecole de Management management;
       -    participating in the School‟s public relations policy;
       -    stimulating student activities at Télécom Ecole de Management;
       -    developing clubs and associations which must be authorized by the Telecom Institute Dean;
       -    organizing servic es for students.
6.4.   Other student associations locat ed on campus must also be recognized by Télécom Ecole de
       Management. Written conventions govern the Student Council‟s (BDE) relationship with
       Télécom Ecole de Management, and the other associations with the Student Council (BDE ) and
       with Télécom Ecole de Management.
6.5.   Télécom Ecole de Management provides the Student Council with premises, equipment, and an
       annual budget which the Council may freely distribute, in agreement wit h Télécom Ecole de
       Management, among all the student associations recognized by the School.
6.6.   Student associations may organize events on the Télécom Ecole de Management campus or
       off-campus, as long as they respect security rules and they obtain authorization from t he
       School‟s Dean in advance.
6.7.   Extra-curricular activities do not exempt students from their academic work. However, s pecial
       and individual arrangements may be made in order to tak e into account certain imperatives
       imposed by the associations, provided that the student requests an authorization in advance
       from his/her Dean‟s office.
6.8.   The TE LECOM & Management SudParis Alumni Association ( TELE COM & MA NAGEME NT
       Alumni, T&MA) conducts its activities on the TELE COM & Management SudP aris campus,
       especially activities involving assistance to students, collaboration with the Career Center, or
       certain events.
6.9.   All student and alumni associations may exercise freedom of ex pression, for publication, and
       posting on bulletin boards intended for this purpose, within the limitations determined by French

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       law and regulations. The associations are legally responsible for any abuse. Associations must
       obtain liability insurance.



7- Student Representation

7.1.   Students decide on the terms for their representation through the Student Council (B DE) and on
       the terms for organizing the elections for the Students Council (BDE ).
7.2.   Télécom Ecole de Management organizes elections for student representatives to the Board of
       the Telecom Institute, to the Board of Telecom & Management SudP aris, and to the Academic
       Committee. Mandates for student repres entatives are determined by ministerial decree. If the
       number of candidat es is inferior or equal to the number of places to fill, the candidates are
       considered to be elected.




8- Special Cases for Sites Other than the Evry Campus

8.1.   Télécom Ecole de Management may entrust short or long periods of student training to other
       Frenc h or foreign organizations. Students must respect both their host organization‟s policies
       and procedures and Télécom Ecole de Management policies and procedures where they
       continue t o have student status with their school. At all times, students must be able to justify
       their attendance in class and their academic results.
8.2.   In addition, some Télécom Ecole de Management programs may take place on sites other than
       the E vry campus. The Télécom Ecole de Management administration publishes local and
       appropriate instructions, if necessary, whic h are int ended t o students having to work on these
       sites.
8.3.   Students suffering from a handicap may, on their own request, benefit from appropriate
       solutions which will be discussed between the School and the Handicap Referent




9- Date When the Rules Come into Effect and Publication

9.1.   These rules are given to all students upon their arrival at Télécom Ecole de Management.
9.2.   These policies and procedures exist in French and English versions. Only the French version is
       binding.
9.3.   Following deliberation at the Telecom & Management SudP aris Board on May 23, 2006, the
       present policies and procedures come into effect on September 1, 2006. The present document
       is the modified version coming into effect on September 1, 2010.



Dean, Télécom Ecole de Management
Denis LAPE RT




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   2 INDIVIDUAL CODE OF CONDUCT “DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR”

                          INDIVIDUAL CODE OF CONDUCT
                             “DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR”
                                  (Appendix from the Student Handbook)


Student‟s Name:…………………………………………………………


Laws are rules for conduct in society, which apply to everyone. They reside at the crossroads of
general interest and individual liberties, prot ecting individuals and s ociety. Laws define the boundaries
of our individual rights as well as our obligations. So they can prohibit or even punish cert ain
dangerous or detrimental acts to oneself or to others.




1. Reminder of French Regulations
    The use of any illicit substances or plants categorized as narcotics is punishable by one year of
    imprisonment and by a fine of 3,750 euros. People found guilty of this crime may be require d, as
    an additional punishment, to attend a course about the dangers of narcotics, as defined in article
    131-35-1 of the penal code.
                                                           Code de la santé publique - article L3421-1

    Anyone who has either helped in the preparation or the consumption of narcotic s is considered to
    be an accomplice of the crime or misdemeanour.

    Anyone who, by giving, promising, threatening, ordering, abusing authority or power, has
    provoked the offence or given instructions to commit it, will also be considered as accomplice.
                                                                             Code pénal – article 121 – 7

    The act of bart enders giving a drink to people who are obviously drunk or accepting them in their
                                                                    th
    establishment is punishable by a fine according to French law (4 class).
                                                           Code de la santé publique - article R3353-2

    E ven in the absence of any signs of drunkenness, the act of driving under the influence of alcohol,
    as defined by a concent ration of alcohol in the blood equal or superior to 0,50 gram per liter, or by
    a concentration of alcohol in exhaled air equal or superior to 0, 25 milligram per liter, without
    reaching the thresholds determined by the article L. 234 -1, is punishable by a fine according to the
                  th
    Frenc h law (4 class).
                                                                      Code de la Route – article R234-1

     Télécom Ecole de Management is aware of the serious dangers of alcohol and drugs on student
     health and social behavior. This is why student signatories agree to respect the following rules of
     conduct.




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2. General Regulations on the Télécom Ecole de Management Campus (with
   Reference to Article 2 of the “Procedures and Policies for Students”)

     The decree 2006-1386 concerning the fight against tobacco and alcohol prohibits smoking in
     public places except for areas reserved for smokers.
     Cons equently, it is prohibited to smoke on the entire Téléc om Ecole de Management campus,
     even within the framework of extra -curric ular activities. However, smoking is tolerated in areas
     set up for that purpose and identified as such:
              End of the A Building (fire escape)
              Inner-courtyard of Buildings ACE
              Inner-courtyard of buildings BDA
              Administration Building terrace
     Similarly, the entire MAISE L and the Student‟s Activity Cent er (Foyer -dét ente) are strictly non-
     smoking areas, even during parties.

     It is prohibited to enter or to remain on the Télécom Ecole de Management campus in a state of
     drunkenness or under the influenc e of drugs. The school direction may ask any competent
     authority to check the state of drunkenness and take any precautionary measures that may be
     needed.

     Bringing in alcoholic beverages as well as consuming them on the Télécom Ecole de
     Management grounds is strictly prohibited, except with a written consent from the Dean or from
     his/her delegate. Bringing in and using any illicit product, such as marijuana for example, is also
     prohibited.

     The student‟s activity center is managed by the MAISEL and placed under the responsibility of
     the Bureau des Elèves (B DE: Student Council). For this reason, the President of the BDE holds a
     License 2, which only authorizes the sales of light alcohol such as light wine, beer and cider. The
     act of bringing in strong alc ohol as well as its consumption in the student‟s activity center is
     strictly forbidden.

3. Sanctions (with reference to Article 3 of the “Procedures and Policies for
   Students”)

    Any person who has not respected the clauses of the present charter will be subject to
    punishment, which c ould go as far as expulsion from the School or from the MAISEL. In addition
    to these reprimands, students may also be subject to punishments according to French laws.


Signed in E vry, on the ………………..


Student Signature (Must write “read and approved” )




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3 CHARTER ON USE OF COMPUTER RESOURCES




 ____________________________________________
  Regulations on Computer Network Use for Télécom
    Ecole de Management Students and Personnel
   1 - Applicability
   These regulations conform to current legislation conc erning this field, and in particular were
   formulat ed based on the laws given in the Appendix.

   These regulations apply to all the students, whatever their status (undergraduate, postgraduate,
   continuing education, or intern) and to all personnel who work for the Télécom Ecole de
   Management and who use the computer net work.

   The computer networks concerned are:
   -    the Télécom Ecole de Management computer res ourc es ;
   -    any computer resources it is possible to access from the School;
   -    the resources belonging to outside organizations to which the above -mentioned individuals
        may have access within the framework of their academic or their professional activities at
        Télécom Ecole de Management.

   2 – Access Policy
   Access to computer resourc es is personal and non -transferable. Upon receiving a password, users
   accept the obligation to keep t hat password confidential and not to give free access to their
   computer network account. Only the supervisory administrative authorities have access to
   individual‟s accounts and they are subject to specific regulations governing their conduct which can
   be found in paragraph 7.

   Use of Télécom Ecole de Management computer net work is limited to res earch, t eaching or
   administrative activities. Unless prior authorization is given, these resources cannot be used for
   projects that have received financing from external sources without the acceptation of Télécom
   Ecole de Management direction.

   Students access is limited t o the teaching and research networks for which they have a password.
   They accept the rules stating that their access is restricted to activities falling within the framework
   of their academic work and they must avoid all abuse of the resources made available to them. The
   limits of use are defined, and may be modified at any time during the year, by the Télécom Ecole
   de Management information system supervisors issuing the right to access. Access to the Renat er
   net work for commercial, personal and/or entertainment purposes is strictly forbidden. Under no
   conditions may the user give access to Renater t o any non-authorized third part y, whether f or
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   Access is granted to students for the duration of their studies. For permanent or temporary staff,
   their right to access is revoked upon their leaving the employment of Télécom Ecole de
   Management.

   Access to the Télécom Ecole de Management computer resources is only granted upon the user‟s
   written acknowledgement that he/she is aware of the c ontents of the document « Regulations on
   Computer Net work Use » and agrees to abide by it.

   3 – Information Confidentiality
   Users of the computer net work shall not try to read, copy or modify files belonging to other users or
   to the Télécom Ecole de Management information systems, except those files for which he/she has
   received ex plicit permission. It is forbidden to attempt to intercept privat e communication bet ween
   users.

   4 – Property and Software License Rights
   Computer network users are not allowed to make copies of software made available to them,
   except those no longer under copyright. It is also forbidden to use software in a manner contrary to
   the regulations and instructions of the aut hor or the company having made the software available
   to Télécom Ecole de Management.

   It is also forbidden to install pirated, unlicensed or counterfeit software on the computers made
   available to them. If Télécom Ecole de Management has a multiple license, it is imperative that the
   number of copies installed does not exceed the number of copies aut horized.

   5 – Computer Network Use
   Users of the Télécom Ecole de Management information system:
   -    shall NOT us e an account other than those for which they have been authorized access,
   -    shall NOT carry out actions with the goal of misleading other users as to their identity,
   -    shall NOT attempt to acquire or decode another user‟s password,
   -    shall NOT attempt to hinder or block access to the computer network of authori zed users.
   Users of the computer network shall NOT carry out operations whic h would have as a
   consequence:
   -    his/her gaining access to other net work users‟ private information,
   -    the modification or destruction of information on one of the systems connected to the network,
   -    the necessity of employing additional human or technical means to control or destroy the
        operations.

   The volume and the type of information exchanged on the network must be in conformity with the
   rules of use that can be established by the supervis ors of Télécom Ecole de Management
   information system resources. Among other things, the user agrees not to cause disturbances in
   the net work .

   6 – Télécom Ecole de Management INTERNET and RENATER Use
   Any user accessing one of the services available on INTE RNE T must respect the current
   legislation concerning that access and, in particular, the Acceptable Use Policy of RENA TE R, the
   Télécom Ecole de Management access provider.

   Any user diffusing information through electronic forums or the Télécom Ecole de Management
   Web shall exclude any violent, xenophobic, or pornographic attitude or behavior, be it in text, image
   or sound form.

   Any harassment, slander or abuse via the electronic network is considered to undermine the
   human right to respect.
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   The user commits himself/herself to exclude any attitude or behavior which undermines or hinders
   the human right to confidentiality and to privac y.

   7 – Specific Regulations

   Systems engineers or faculty members who, due to their job responsibilities, have extended rights
   giving them access to confidential information are bound by professional secrecy as well as by the
   network security measures established by the Computer Net work Servic e. They must not engage
   in any activity that may compromise network security or hamper the correct working order of t he
   Télécom Ecole de Management network.

   The Télécom Ecole de Management Dean is the sole person entitled to remove the guarantee of
   privacy given by the professional secrecy.

   8 – Applicable Penalties
   Any user not respecting the regulations set out in the current document « Regulations on
   Computer Network Use » will be subject to puni shment by Télécom Ecole de Management
   which may include being summoned to appear before the Di sciplinary Board. Violations
   may also result in criminal legal proceedings being pursued in a court of law.

   Appendix: Possible violations and pertinent governmental regulations

   -    Violation of automatic data processing systems
         Frenc h law: loi n° 92-685, July 22, 1992
   -    Legal protection of computer programs
         Frenc h law: loi n° 92-597, July 1, 1992 amended by law n° 94-361 on May 10, 1994
   -    Personality offenses
         Violations of private life (Chapter VI, Section I)
         Violations of human rights resulting from files and data processing (Chapter VI, Section V)
         Violations of minor‟s and family‟s human rights (Chapter VII)
   -    Laws governing literary and artistic property
         Articles L. 335-2 and 335-3
   -    Laws governing brands and service trademarks
         Article L. 716-9
   -    RENA TE R Acceptable Use Policy




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4 TUITION FEES


As stipulated in the Policies and Procedures for undergraduate students at Télécom Ecole de
Management, the persons admitted at Télécom Ecole de Management are considered as being
Télécom Ecole de Management students a s soon a s they have paid the tuition fees set for their
category, except for those who are exempt from them. These persons must be in a regular situation
on the French territory.

    o    Students with a scholarship granted on social criteria by the Telecom Institute are ex empt
         from tuition fees;
    o    Other types of exemption - partial or total – can be granted by the School‟s Dean, for ex ample
         in the case of students paying their exchange, of international partnerships, or in specific
         situations involving students in difficulty…
    o    And finally, the amount of the tuition fees owed by students on extended programs is fixed by
         the Télécom Ecole de Management‟s Dean.

Students must return their registration form with the tuition fees‟ payment by the date
indicated on the letter accompanying the registration form, and in all cases, on November 15 at
the latest.

In mid November, the social service notifies the School of the students not having sent back their
registration forms yet. The School is in charge of following up with students and making sure that they
wish to pursue their academic year at Télécom Ecole de Management. Without any res ponse, these
students are considered as effectively resigning.




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5 LETTER OF COMMITMENT


                                                      Copy to be kept by Télécom Ecole de Management




Grande Ecole




                                        COMMITMENT


I, the undersigned……………………………………………………., student joining Télécom
Ecole de Management, having acquainted myself with all the rules and regulations in force at
Télécom Ecole de Management, which are gathered together in the reference document
entitled “Student Handbook”, expressly commit myself to:


        Abiding by it in all circumstances, whether on the contents or on the form;
        Respecting all the people I will be dealing with, in all circumstances;
        Developing the adequate working capacity to complete successfully my studies;
        Damaging in no way the Télécom Ecole de Management and Institute reputation,
         whether inside or outside the School.


                                                      Grande Ecole
                                                      Integrated Master‟s in Management
                                                      Program Director


Signed in Evry, on………………………



Student signature
(Must write “Read and Approved”)




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6 CONSENT FOR USING PHOTOGRAPH



I, the undersigned
Last name, First name:
_____________________________________________________________________

School / Country / Year / Function:
_____________________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________

E-Mail address: _____________________________________________________________________

Telephone: _____________________________________________________________________

Authorize the Institut TELECOM, a State-owned Administrative Institution founded by the decree n°
96-1177 of December 27, 1996 (NOR MIPP9600463D) and its schools (TELECOM Ecole de
Management, T ELECOM SudParis, TELECOM ParisTech and TELECOM Bretagne as well as th e
associated schools) to use my image in its communication media (written media - brochures, boards,
posters, papers – audiovisual and electronic media – websites).

It is specified that these uses will exclusively be made in a non-profit-making context, with a view to
educate and/or inform. It is also expressly forbidden to make use of those images in a way that might
harm private life or good reputation, and use them in any media of a pornographic, racist, or
xenophobic nature.

This authorization is untransferable and dismissable at any time.

In addition, I lay dow n the following conditions to the authorized uses below:

__________________________________________________________________________

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Signed at _____________________, on ______________________

Signature (Must write ”read and appr oved” before your signature)




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              F. STUDENT REPRESENTATION IN SCHOOL
                       GOVERNANCE




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I – Institutional Bodies
Ever y year, generally at the beginning of November, elections are organized. Students have to vote
for representatives on the following institutional bodies:

   -   The Institut TELECOM Board of Directors: this boar d manages the public institution; it
       decides the budget, strategic policies for the Institut TELECOM and the schools, the evolution
       of management rules, tuition fees, scholarships, investment projects, real estate schemes, etc.
       One representative to be elected for both schools on Evr y campus.
   - The Board of Directors: discusses the school’s development, the budget, the program
       evolutions, the teaching methods, research and corporate education, etc. 2 T EM
       representatives.
   - The Academic Committee (CE): discusses every aspect of the academic year: personal
       situations, progressions to the year above, curricula, programs, etc.:
                o 1 representative for 1st year students
                o 2 representatives for 2nd year students
                o 2 representatives for 3 rd year students
                o 1 representative for MS (Specialized Master’s) and MSc (Master’s of Science)
                    students.
Students who are members of the CE represent their schoolmates. They ask for their opinion
concerning program modifications, seek their advice on particular topics, support the students
appearing before the CE…

Required skills: knowledge of the education system, the legal framewor k of higher education.
Must have initiative, be reactive, be able to listen to others.

Validation of the acquired skills: upon student’s request, allows 1st and 2nd year students to
validate 1 EM2 elect ive (1.5 ECTS).

II – Student Life
At the beginning of every academic year, representatives are elected; their role is to represent the
students during the meetings with the administration, and more particularly the meetings focusing on
program assessment.

       o   1st year: 2 representatives are elected. The election takes place in the lecture hall by a show
           of hands.
       o   2nd year: 2 representatives for each program are elected (classical program, English Track,
           Apprenticeship program). The election takes place in the lecture hall by a show of hands.
       o   3rd year: 2 representatives for each major. If the major includes MS or MSc students, a third
           representative from those students is elected. Elections take place at the beginning of the
           major and are or ganized by the coor dinator.
       o   Masters: 1 representative for each Master’s. Elections take place at the beginning of the
           master’s program and are organized by the coordinator.
       o   Master’s of Science: 1 representative for each Master’s of Science. Elections take place at the
           beginning of the MSc program and are organized by the coordinator.

Required skills: knowledge of the education system, the on-campus services offered to students. Must
have initiative, be reactive, be able to listen to others.
No exemption for this term.

III – Extra-Curricular Activities
Students are elected to organize the extra-curricular life on campus and regularly communicate on
that topic with the administration of both schools and the “Vie étudiante” committee on campus. The
students determine themselves the practical details of their representation on the Bureau des Elèves
(BDE) boar d and organize the elections.

There is only one BDE on campus, made up of TEM and TSP students. The president of the BDE is
the chosen spokesman for both schools. S/ he benefits from a special training.
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Required skills: knowledge of the education system, the on-campus services offered to students.
Administrative and financial fields: funding search, accounting, provisional budget, budget follow- up,
cash flow, administrative and technical resource management, human resource management…
Project management: tools and methods for conducting projects, information and communication
management, security…
Must have initiative, be reactive, be flexible in the organization to be able to face the different events
of the year.
Interest for communication (internal and external). Capacity to wor k in team.

Validation of the acquired skills: allows students to validate 1 or except ionally 2 EM2 electives
(1.5 or 3 ECTS) after agreement of the Associate Dean for Academic Programs.

IV – RITS
The Restaurant of the Institut TELECOM SudParis is a non-profit organization managed by a Board of
Trustees including a student representative (1 appointed member + 1 substitute member). Every
year, a student administrator is elected by the BDE for a one-year term of office.
This Board of Trustees has the most extended powers over the management of goods and matters of
the RITS. It meets at least once every quar ter. The bureau is in charge of enforcing the decisions of
the Board and applying the rules and regulations.

Required skills: knowledge of the on-campus services offered to students; accounting, pr ovisional
budget, budget follow-up, cash flow, administrative and technical resource management, human
resource management…
Project management: tools and methods for conducting projects, information and communication
management, security…
Interest for communication (internal and external).

Validation of the ac quired skills: allows students to validate 1 EM2 elect ive (1.5 ECTS) after
recommendat ion of the President of the RITS and agreement of the Associate Dean for
Academic Programs.


V – MAISEL
The MAISEL SudParis is a non-profit organization managed by a Board of Trustees composed, among
others, of the president of the Bureau des Elèves (member by right) and 6 students elected among
the subscribing students. Ever y year, 3 student administrators are elected for a two -year term of
office which is not renewable.

This Board of Trustees is fully empowered to manage the organization’s activities, goods, means and
equipment made available to the MAISEL (including the management of the student activity center
which is part of those equipments).

At the beginning of e very year, the Boar d of Trustees chooses among its members the persons w ho
will work with the President: 2 vice-presidents (among w hich one student), one secretary, possibly a
vice-secretar y, a treasurer and a deputy treasurer if necessary.

Required skills: knowledge of the on-campus services offered to students; accounting, pr ovisional
budget, budget follow-up, cash flow, administrative and technical resource management, human
resource management…
Project management: tools and methods for conducting projects, information and communication
management, security…
Interest for communication (internal and external).
Capacity to work in team.
Validation of the acquired skills: allows students to validate 1 EM2 elect ive (1.5 ECTS) after
recommendat ion of the Pres ident and the Director of the MA ISEL and agreement of the
Associate Dean for Academic Programs.


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                 G. ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2010-2011
                                        (Subject to change)




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                                     START DATES AND LAST DAY OF CLASS

                                    1st Semester                                     2nd Semester
                                    Monday 6 September 2010 - Friday 14 January
EM1                                                                                  Monday 17 January 2011 - Friday 10 June 2011
                                    2011
                                    Tuesday 14 September 2010 9:00 - Friday 21
EM2                                                                                  Monday 24 January 2011 - Friday 10 June 2011
                                    January 2010
                                    Tuesday 7 September 2010 - Friday 10
AST2
                                    September
                                    Tuesday 7 September 2010 (Update) - Friday 10
Orientation week /Orientation day                                                    Friday 21 January 2011
                                    September
                                    Tuesday 14 September 2010 - 14:00 - Friday
EM2 English Track                                                                    Monday 24 January 2011 - Friday 10 June 2011
                                    21 January 2011
EM2 DA and DABIS Dauphine           Monday 13 September 2010 - 14:00 - Friday 14
                                                                                     Monday 24 January 2011 - Friday 10 June 2011
students                            January 2011
                                    Tuesday 21 September 2010 (9:00) - Friday 21     Tuesday 25 January 2011 - Friday 24 June 2011
EM3
                                    January 2011
                                                                                     Monday 24 January 2011- Friday 9 September
TEM Specialized Master’s            Monday 20 September 2010 (SIE on 6/9)            2011

SIE (specific module)               Wednesday 1st September 2010 (9:00)
                                    Monday 27 September 2010 - Friday 21 January
                                    2011
TEM Master’s of Science             French classes from 6 to 24 September 2010       Monday 24 January 2011 - Friday 24 June 2011
                                    Common start date of academic year TEM/TSP
                                    Friday 3 September 2010
Summer Program 2011                                                                  Monday 20 June 2011 – Friday 15 July 2011




EM2 COURSE PERIODS (French Track):

                  Period 1                                  14 Sept. 2010 – 1er Oct. 2010
                  Period 2                                   4 Oct. 2010 – 22 Oct. 2010
                  Period 3                                   2 Nov. 2010 – 19 Nov. 2010
          Common Period (Innovation)                        22 Nov. 2010 – 26 Nov. 2010
                  Period 4                                  29 Nov. 2010 – 17 Dec. 2010
                  Period 5                                   3 Jan. 2011 – 21 Jan. 2011
                  Period 6                                   24 Jan. 2011 – 11 Feb. 2011
                  Period 7                            21 Feb. - 3 Mar. 2001 et 14 - 25 Mar. 2011
          Common Period (Challenge)                          4 Mar. 2011 – 11 Mar. 2011
                  Period 8                                  28 Mar. 2011 – 29 Apr. 2011
                  Period 9                                   2 May 2011 – 10 June 2011



ACADEMIC COMMITTEES (room F209)

                                                            TEM                                           TSP
       Academic Affairs                    16 September 2010 - 14:00                   16 September 2010 - 9:00
       Academic Affairs                    21 October 2010 - 9:00 (Dauphine)           21 October 2010 - 14:00
       Academic Affairs                    17 March 2011 - 9:00                        17 March 2011 - 14:00
       Rules and Organization              19 May 2011 - 9:00                          19 May 2011 - 14:00
       Academic Affairs                    6 July 2011 – 9:00 (all day long)           7 July 2011 – 9:00 (all day long)
       Academic Affairs                    15 September 2011 - 9:00                    15 September 2011 - 14:00




SCHOOL VACATION (except for students on an internship)

All Saints (except for MSc and 3A) Monday 25 to Friday 29 October 2010 included
November extended weekend          Tuesday 11 and Friday 12 November 2010
Christmas                          Monday 20 December 2010 to Friday 31 December 2010 included
Winter Break                       Monday 14 to 18 February 2011 included
Spring Break                       Monday 18 to Friday 25 April 2011 included (Easter Monday on 25 April)
Ascension                          2 and 3 June 2011
Pentecost Monday                   Monday 13 June 2011


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STUDENT LIFE AND COMMON EVENTS

Orientation Week and Weekend ................... From Monday 6 to 13 September 2010 including the weekend
Management and Innovation Week .............. 22 to 26 November 2010
“Challenge Projet d’entreprendre” ................ Presentation on 28 January 2011 - 14:00
                                                            Opening on Friday 4 March 2011 P.M. – week from 7 to 11 March
TEM Open House ...................................... To be set
TSP Open House....................................... To be set
Research Open House................................ To be set
Science Fair ............................................. 21 to 24 October 2010
International Crossroads ............................ 5 and 6 May 2011
Global Village ........................................... Thursday, January 20, 2011
BDE Campaign          ..................................... 3, 4 and 5 February 2011 – Course exemption as of 13:00 on the 3
The Last One ........................................... 1 April 2011
ASINT Campaign ...................................... 28 April 2011
Emoty’s................................................... To be set
Telecommunications Forum ........................ 10 February 2011
Graduation Ceremony ................................ March 2011
Ski Weekend ............................................ 21 and 22 March 2011 – departure on Friday evening
Job Fair .................................................. October 2010
Gap Year and Apprenticeship Grouping Day ... End of March 2011

L’Etudiant Job Fair .................................... December 2010 (Paris)
Hobsons Master’s Job Fair .......................... End of January 2011 (Paris)


Exam Weeks:

EM1 1 er Semesterr                      Monday 10 to Friday 14 January 2011
EM1 2 nd Semester                       Monday 30 May to Friday 3 June 2011
EM2                                     At the end of every 3-week period
2 nd EM exam session                    (catch-up) from 29 August to 2 September 2011


INFORMATION MEETINGS
EM1 and Administration .......................................... Monday 11 October 2010 at 17:00 (Election of student
delegates)
........................................................................... Monday 28 February 2011 at 17:00
........................................................................... Monday 2 May 2011 at 17:00
EM2 EM and Administration....................................... Monday 8 November 2010 at 17:00 (Election of student
delegates)
........................................................................... Monday 14 March 2011 at 17:00
EM2 AN and Administration....................................... Monday 15 November 2011 at 17:00
........................................................................... Monday 28 March 2011 at 17:00
“Class Kick-Off” ...................................................... Monday 18 October 2010 at 17:00 (concerns EM1 and
EM2)
Internships EM1 ..................................................... Monday 24 January 2011 at 17:00
Internships/AE EM2 ................................................. Monday 29 November 2010 at 17:00
EM2 Study Abroad EM2 2S........................................ Monday 4 October 2010 at 17:00
EM2 Study Abroad in EM3......................................... Monday 6 December 2010 at 17:00
EM1 Study Abroad in EM2 2S .................................... Monday 9 May 2011 at 17:00
EM3 (Meeting on program) ....................................... Monday 29 November 2010 at 17:00
Master’s – all tracks................................................. Monday 22 November 2010 at 17:00
Presentation of Malors EM3....................................... Friday 10 December 2010 afternoon
Presentation of Electives .......................................... Thursday 4 November 2010 morning
                                                                       (Base opening from 22 November to 30 November)


COORDINATORS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION MEETINGS
EM1 1st Semester-------------------------------------------Thursday 25 November 2010 at 14:00
    2 nd Semester------------------------------------------Thursday 10 March 2011 at 14:00
EM2 1st Semester ------------------------------------------Thursday 18 November 2010 at 14:00
EM2 2 nd Semester ------------------------------------------Thursday 7 April 2011 at 14:00
EM2 1st Semester English Track ------------------------Thursday 18 November 2010 at 16:00
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EM2   2 nd Semester English Track------------------------Thursday        7 April 2011 at 16:00
EM2   1st Semester Dauphinois BIS ----------------------Thursday         25 November 2010 at 14:00
EM3   1st Semester 1/2 -------------------------------------Thursday     25 November 2010 at 9:00
EM3   1st Semester 2/2 -------------------------------------Thursday     10 March at 14:00
EM3   2 nd Semester ------------------------------------------Thursday   5 May 2011 at 9:00


ORAL ASSESSMENT OF COURSES

1st Semester
EM1 EM ...................................          Thursday 24 February 2011 at 14:00 - Base opening from 17 to 24
Jan. 2011
EM2 EM ....................................         Thursday 24 February 2011 at 16:00 - Base opening from 24 to 31
Jan. 2011
EM2 AN ....................................         Thursday 16 December 2010 at 14:00 - Base opening from 3 to 13
Dec. 2010
EM2 Dauphinois Bis .....................            Thursday 16 December 2010 at 16:00 - Base opening from 6 to 13
Dec. 2010
EM3 Majors PAM and ISI ...........Thursday 13 January 2011 at 14:00 - Base opening from 3 to 10 Jan. 2011
       Majors IAI and ACSI .........Friday 14 January 2011 at 10:00 - Base opening from 3 to 10 Jan. 2011
       Major Finance ..................To be defined with the University of Evry
       Major SIF ........................Wednesday 12 January 2011 at 14:00 - Base opening from 3 to 10 Jan. 2011
       Major STRATEGIE .............Friday 08 July 2011 at 14:00 – Base opening from 27 June to 2 July 2011
       Major MN.........................Thursday 07 July 2011 at 14:00 – Base opening from 27 June to 2 July 2011
       Major ERP ........................Thursday 07 July 2011 at 15:30 – Base opening from 27 June to 2 July 2011
Masters.....................................Thursday 16 December 2010 at 16:00 – Sending of the questionnaire from 3 to 13
Dec. 2010

2nd Semester
EM1 EM                              Thursday 26 May 2011 at 14:00 - Base opening from 11 May to 19 May 2011
EM2 EM                              Thursday 26 May 2011 from 13:30 to 15:00 - Base opening from 11 May to 19 May
2011
EM2 AN                              Thursday 26 May 2011 from 15:15 to 17:30 - Base opening from 11 May to 19 May
2011
MSc                                 Friday 08 July 2011 at 16h – Sending of the questionnaire from 27 June to 2 July 2011


LANGUAGE EXAMS

                                       1st Semester                                        2nd Semester
TOEIC                                  Thursday 9 December 2010                             Friday 10 June 2011
TOIEC BRIDGE                                                                               Tuesday 7 June 2011



INTER NSHIP ORAL PRESENTATIONS (entire days)

(masters & 3rd year students)          2010                                                2011
                                       02 - 03 September 2010                              24 – 25 February 2011
                                       16 - 17 September 2010                              16 June 2011
                                       27 - 28 September 2010
                                       14 October 2010
                                       16 December 2010



APPRENTICESHIP

Rentrées M1, M2                                  Pas de rentrées spécifiques
Réunion Tuteurs / Maîtres                        18/11/2010
d’apprentissage
Conseil de perfectionnement                      June 2011



DBA Meetings (Administration-BDE-Associations): 3 rd Thursday of each month, to be confirmed.

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                     H. YOUR CONTACTS AT
                 TELECOM ECOLE DE MANAGEMENT




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                                                                Office     Phone            Email
Denis LAPE RT                           Dean                     Dir 101   01 60 76 42 19   denis.lapert @telecom -em.eu
                  TELECOM Ecole de Management

Michel BERNE                          Associate Dean             Dir 104   01 60 76 46 85   michel.berne@telec om-em.eu
                              for Academic Programs

Aline SALIE RNO                         Director for             Dir 103   01 60 76 42 28   aline.salierno@telecom-em.eu
                         the Grande Ecole program

Claire THIERRY                                     Assi stant    Dir 102   01 60 76 46 35   claire.thierry@telecom-em.eu
Jacky HAHN                                         Assi stant    Dir 102   01 60 76 42 18   jackie.hahn@telecom-em.eu

Registrar and Student Social Services

Maryse COMBANA IRE                                 Registrar     Dir 113   01 60 76 40 21   maryse.combanaire@telecom -
                                                                                            em.eu

Gina CUS TOS           Social Service & Registration             Dir 114   01 60 76 40 25   gina.custos@it-sudparis.eu
                                         st
Anne-Laure BUHOT                     1 Year Students             Dir 111   01 60 76 46 56   anne-laure.buhot@t elecom-
                                                                                            em.eu
                                      nd
Denis e AMANN                        2        Year Students      Dir 111   01 60 76 46 99   denise.amann@telecom-em.eu
                                         rd
Pierrette TA TO                      3        Year Students      Dir 111   01 60 76 46 98   pierrette.tato@t elecom -em.eu
Marie de TORRES                   Specific Programs -
                                                                 Dir 114   01 60 76 40 87   marie.de_torres@telec om-em.eu
                                           Dauphine
Career Center and Internships                                                               stages@it-sudparis.eu

Christelle CORNU                                    Director      A08      01 60 76 46 43   christelle.cornu@telecom-em.eu

Marie IERA RDI                                                    A08      01 60 76 41 27   marie.ierardi@telecom -em.eu

Corporate Relationships - Apprentice ship

Jean-François VIOLE TTE                       Associate Dean     Dir 108   01 60 76 42 36   jean-francois. violette@telecom-
                                  Corporate Relations                                       em.eu

E velyne LE MAOUT                             Apprenticeship     Dir 105   01 60 76 42 29   evelyne.le_maout@telecom-
                                                                                            em.eu

Marketing and Communication

Karine DELA COURT                                   Director     Dir 109   01 60 76 46 21   karine.delacourt@t elecom-em.eu

International Development

Chris WERT                                Associate Dean         Dir 107   01 60 76 47 28   chris.wert @telecom -em.eu

Michelle MERLIE R                   Student Exchange             Dir 107   01 60 76 42 44   michelle.merlier@telec om-em.eu




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Infir mary – Social Wor ker

Michèle GRANDJEAN                             Nurse     INFIR04    01 60 76 43 73   michele.grandjean@it-
                                                                                    sudparis.eu

Marie-Sophie SÉMÉT É                   Social Worker               01 45 81 73 86   marie-sophie.semete@institut-
                                                                                    telecom.fr
                 Office hours in Evr y ever y Tuesday   INFIR04
                                                                   01 60 76 43 74


      Useful Télécom Ecole de Management Websites:

                        http://www.telecom-em.eu/                      The School‟s Website
      Gaspar            http://gaspar.it-sudparis.eu/                  Extranet
      Moodle            http://cours.int-edu.eu/moodle/           Academic Platform




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