|Study location||France, paris|
|Tuition fee||€17,500 per year|
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The Master in International Business (MIB) is a 4-term program completely taught in English, which provides the skills and mindset required to succeed in international business. We draw on our sound understanding of business practices and cultures to give students the fundamental skills necessary to manage corporations in different international contexts.
The program will strengthen your theoretical foundations in management, even without an academic background in business.
It provides new and different perspectives that will enrich your knowledge, and hands-on applications that consolidate learning.
All of this happens in a challenging, multinational environment that provides participants with an opportunity to sharpen their intercultural skills.
The program structure is varied to ensure that it will comply with a wide range of personal and professional objectives, and offers a mix of theory and hands-on applications to sharpen students’ skills and insights in different business contexts. Students have the possibility to partially customize the program so that it meets their needs and interests by choosing some of the electives in their curriculum.
The broad skill set developed during the MIB program offers numerous opportunities for employment in a multidisciplinary and international environment.
It provides an excellent understanding of different corporate and departmental cultures on the one hand, and divergent national cultures on the other hand. This enables students to position themselves as a hub for different stakeholders – a naturally leading role that corresponds to positions such as product manager, project manager, business consultant, and many others.
More than 80% of our graduates work in an international company, predominantly in general management functions or functions related to marketing, international commerce, logistics, and IT. They are employed in a large variety of sectors and firms, such as consulting organizations, NGOs, financial institutions, fashion and luxury companies, etc.
96% are employed