Tri-Continent Masters in Global Business

General Forum
  • Posted by Pinky on 06/23/18 6:19am

    Dear Thomas,

    I came across Montpellier B school's Msc Global Business program. The program is spread over an year with 3 months each at University of Victoria (Canada), Montpellier B school (France) and Sungkyunkwan University (South Korea) and culminates with a 4-6 month internship at any of the 3 continents.
    I would like to know your views about this program. Would it be good for someone wanting to understand the global business and work for sometime before taking the entrepreneurial path?
    Also, how reputed are these Schools across the world?

    PS: I got admits from Antwerp Management School (Mim) and AMIE offered jointly by Solvay and MIP but I find the MGB more adventurous and truly global.

    Thanks in advance.

  • Posted by thomas.graf on 07/03/18 10:56am

    Hi there,

    thanks for your post. I don't evaluate specific programs, however. Instead, I try to qualify students with the tools that help them evaluate programs according to their specific interests by themselves.

    Please read my fundamental publication Business Masters: How you find the best Master in Management or MBA for this.

    My key approach, in this eBook and beyond, is that the best Master in Management is the one that optimally fulfills your needs and wants. The program that provides you with the most benefits regarding your career goals, for instance.

    If you are interested in gaining international experience, for instance, than a program with study phases in different countries can provide you with such experience and as such may make it on your shortlist.

    But this is only one element. Read my eBook to learn how you can analyze the Montpellier programm on a deeper level and also how you can find out about the school's reputation. To give you an example: What does a good school's ranking position (=high general reputation) help you if none of your potential future employers recruits from that school (=low specific reputation for your needs)?

    Best regards,
    Thomas

    By Thomas Graf
    Owner MIM Compass
    Author of the MIM eBook