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Entrust a mission to KEDGE students and meet your innovation challenges

With KEDGE's Open Innovation certificate, offer our Master's students (finance, logistics, health, purchasing, design...), in collaboration with Epitech engineers, the opportunity to respond to your innovation challenges by entrusting them with a mission.

Working in cross-disciplinary teams of 5 students, accompanied by an expert coach, the students respond to a complex innovation problem proposed by your company over a period of one month.
Thanks to inductive teaching methods, students are trained in the concepts needed to successfully carry out the mission.

This year, the focus will be on CSR, and in particular on the decarbonized transformation of your value chain to meet the challenges of our generation.

A program that has proved its worth with nearly 180 companies of all sizes (from start-ups to major corporations).

Discover these testimonials that will make you hesitate no longer!

"I was delighted with the work carried out by the students, who brought a welcome touch of freshness to our reflections on the 1jeune1solution platform. Their reports include a pertinent analysis of the ecosystem, very pragmatic suggestions on how the site should operate, and some very good ideas for new modules to be developed."

Sarah El Haïry, Secretary of State to the Minister of National Education, Youth and Sports, in charge of Youth and Commitment

"You've lived up to the standards of our consultants, who are paid in excess of €1,000 a day. You've clearly understood our company's DNA, and we're interested in your value propositions. I invite you to present your results to the Airbus management committee".

Christophe Prior, Digital Transformation Office Leader, Airbus

Process and dates to remember if you want to propose a mission?

1 - Fill in your assignment form before December 15, 2023

2 - If you are selected (around 30 assignments per year), the company tutor must be available on March 1 - a 1-hour slot between 2pm and 7pm - for the project launch, and on March 24 for the final presentation.

This year, KEDGE has chosen to offer the Mission Open Innovation scheme free of charge to companies, in view of the difficult economic situation facing many businesses.


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