NC State Jenkins Teams Up With SKEMA to Offer New Luxury Degree

New one-year program to help students address the growing global luxury market

The Jenkins Graduate School of Management at the North Carolina State University Poole College of Management and France's SKEMA Business School are teaming up to offer a new degree in luxury management.

The new one-year program, which launches this fall, is called "Global Luxury Management," and is designed to help students understand the growing global luxury goods and services market that is fueled by the emergence of strong middle classes in developing countries like China and Brazil.

Cohorts will take their fall classes in Raleigh, North Carolina, and their spring classes at SKEMA in Sophia Antipolis, France. Students will also have an opportunity to pursue an internship in the luxury goods or services industry.

For more information, please see this joint press release

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