ESCP Europe

EMS in Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation

ESCP Europe
A Berlin (Germania), Torino e City of London (Inghilterra)

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The world of manufacturing is changing

As a consequence of the continuous social and economic global challenges, manufacturing companies are evolving their production systems, with particular focus on new management and technology skills.

The Executive Master in Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation (EMMA) will prepare future leaders for the 4th industrial revolution. Engineers are often forced into technical specialities and managers do not develop technological knowledge, meaning the end-to-end systemic view is often lost and opportunities missed. This programme blends together all these elements into a unique learning experience.

The best people are needed to face these challenges and take advantage of new developments. Only those who are highly skilled with a deep-rooted understanding of technology as well as markets, and with a forward-looking mindset, can unlock the potential of innovative manufacturing solutions.

The Executive Master in Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation is a 12-month, part-time programme now recruiting for September 2018.

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Berlin, Germania
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London, Inghilterra
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Torino
Corso Unione Sovietica, 218 bis, 10134, Torino, Italia
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Berlin
Berlin, Germania
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City of London
London, Inghilterra
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Torino
Corso Unione Sovietica, 218 bis, 10134, Torino, Italia
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· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?

This Executive Specialised Master, designed and run in conjunction with Comau, will enable participants to: Think strategically and lead technological and organisational change. Dialogue with product / process design and technical departments to support the implementation of Automation Systems. Identify needs and opportunities for applying automation technologies to manufacturing processes. Actively contribute to the design and development of automation solutions as well as applying cost analysis and financial planning techniques. Understand the main implications that characterise the interaction between man and machines. Manage complex and technologically advanced portfolios of supplies and suppliers. Ensure a strong project management governance. Lead teams with the right people-management approach.

· A chi è diretto?

Applicants can be company-sponsored or self-funded. There is no difference in the application process for either option. To join the programme, applicants will be selected via a specific assessment process featuring tests and interviews. The following pre-requisites for application apply: Exceptionally motivated and passionate about technology, manufacturing and management Fluent in English; a further language is a bonus Applicants must hold a Bachelor degree or higher in a technical discipline

· Requisiti

The Executive Master in Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation is now recruiting participants to join the September 2018 edition of the programme. Begin your application Applicants can be company-sponsored or self-funded. There is no difference in the application process for either option. To join the programme, applicants will be selected via a specific assessment process featuring tests and interviews. The following pre-requisites for application apply: Exceptionally motivated and passionate about technology, manufacturing and management Fluent in English;

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Leadership
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Product management
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E-learning
Leadership management
Management control
Digital business
Digital Innovation
Leadership Skills
Manufacturing automation

Programma

The 12 months of the Executive Master in Manufacturing Automation & Digital Transformation are divided into five one-week modules in class, and 80 hours of distance-learning modules and project work.

The in-class learning represents a total of 260 hours (32.5 days) of classroom, lab and company experience.

This breaks down as:

  • Management Modules (2.5 days)
    Taught modules designed to train participants on applied managerial, organisational and financial theories and models, as well as to foster the development of decision-making and leadership skills.
  • Technology Modules (2.5 days)
    Taught Modules designed to allow the participants to develop technical know-how on manufacturing automation and digital transformation.
  • Automation Lab (1 day)
    Applied sessions, in-company or in-lab, during which participants will work in teams to apply the concepts learned to a practical challenge. Teams will experience the constraints of a competitive environment and will need to deliver a product/solution by the end of the session.

  • Project Work (0.5 day)
    All participants will deliver an in-company project throughout the master. In these sessions participants will present a review of the project work performed since the previous module and receive feedback from both the class and course instructors.


The 80 hours of distance learning breaks down into three sections:

  • E-Learning
    A selected blend of distance-learning modules, synchronous and asynchronous, covering a set of basic skills and competences.

  • Webinar
    Interactive synchronous webinars, with guest lectures presenting original perspectives on the major trends in manufacturing, technology and management.

  • Project Work
    Company-sponsored participants will dedicate a minimum of 40 hours per month to a project within their company, to which they will apply the newly acquired competences and skills. Self-sponsored participants will develop their project work within a panel of partner companies in the form of full-time internships.