Context and objectives
The MBA Jewellery Management – manufacturing specialisation is a unique programme designed by the Haute Ecole de Joaillerie in keeping with the Jewellery sector’s professional needs. It is aimed at professionals wishing to broaden their field of expertise or who want to create or buy a business. It is intended also for students interested in building a career in Jewellery.
Focussing on jewellery fabrication, this MBA addresses 3 key components of the Jewellery industry: “History – Market – Trades”.This part-time programme fits perfectly into students professional life with courses taught 2 evenings a week and Saturday all day over a period of 6 months, followed by a 6-month work placement.
Its classes taught in English (25% of the programme) and its lecturers who are recognized experts in the Jewellery industry offer the programme a global perspective on this ecosystem
The objective of the MBA Jewellery Management – manufacturing specialisation is to train students to be workshop directors/managers, heads of operations, production managers, entrepreneurs or workshop owners capable of preparing, organising and planning the activity of a workshop.
This training can be completed in its entirety or by blocks. All blocks must be validated for the graduation
Duration / Rhythm
Part-Time: Saturdays (9am- 6pm), Tuesday and Thursday evenings (6pm-9pm).
300 hours over 50 days, 6-month taught courses in HEJ and 6-month work placement
* The price of the trainings can vary according to the speakers.
Geopolitics and Jewellery market
- History of Jewellery and Jewellery brands
- Fabrication Processes / Value Chain
- Safety and Security management
- Jewellery industry regulations & Corporate Social Responsibilit
Managing a Service/Department
- Team management: employee integration, team dynamics, skills development, conflict management
- Project management: organisation, indicators & change management
- Communication and information
Running a business in the Jewellery industry
- Identify business creation / take-over opportunities: financial diagnosis, market studies, business plan, partners, legal aspects
- Structure a business take-over: negotiation, implementation of the business plan, legal aspects (HR), staff management
Understanding Production processes and Value Chain management
- Product development strategy: specifications analysis, production costs calculation, planning methods, production times management, suppliers awareness.
- Production management: tracking indicators, quality indicators, production optimisation (lean manufacturing).
- Supply chain & Inventory management: trades, flows, supplies, inventory management methods.
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