Multicultural and Professional Program Requiring International Mobility
This multicultural Master program is managed in partnership by ICN Business School, Nancy (France), University of Bologna (Italy), Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), East China University of Science and Technology of Shanghai (China), Universidad LaSalle of Mexico City (Mexico), MGIMO University (Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia), and Uppsala University (Sweden).
THE PROGRAM AIMS TO:
Upon graduation, students will have the skills needed to work for an international company.
Students will study first at ICN in Nancy and then in Italy at the University of Bologna. Upon completion of courses, eachstudent must complete an applied research project within an international company.The Field Work will take place from April to July for 3 months at the end of the 1st-year program.
During the 2nd year, students will attend courses at one of the 2nd year partner institutions (UFRGS, ECUST, LaSalle, MGIMO orUppsala) followed by either a Master Thesis or an internship.The Project Work will take place from January to June for 6 months during the 2nd-year program.
All successful candidates will obtain a MIEX International Executives Master in International Management from BolognaUniversity and the MSc in International Management from ICN Business School. According to your chosenoverseas university you may be eligible for a 3rd diploma, either the Master in Management for Brazil; the Maestría MIEX-International Executives for Mexico; aMaster in International Management for Russia or Sweden; a MBA degree (Master of Business and Administration)for China.
Please find out more information about the program content by visiting the Website of ICN Business School.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||No academic background in business or economics required|
Annual Tuition Fee:
The program is open to graduates holding one of the following diplomas:
To get more information with the admission process (application deadlines, documents to provide, languages tests...): visit the ‘Application Files’ section of the School website or contact the ICN International Relations Office via
Selection will be made on the basis of the completed application submitted (an oral interview can be organized). The application should contain: certified academic transcripts from all universities attended, a curriculum vitae, a covering letter and attestations of languages.
The admissions jury will meet each month from January to July.