This programme of study is generalist in orientation and designed to give its graduates advanced business knowledge and the prerequisite skills to prepare them to play leading roles in international management. It enables its graduates to use modern business solutions to deal with the organisational and technological challenges which face corporations with international operations. Entirely taught in English and incorporating study in two countries and two partner institutions, very good English language skills, a sound knowledge of the international business context, and a high degree of sensitivity for international cultural differences are also developed during the programme. The programme of study is intended to strengthen the initiative and creativity of participants to identify and compile solutions for management problems. Through project and case study work, graduates are trained in project-oriented teamwork and interdisciplinary thinking. Graduates will have acquired the knowledge and skills needed for a future career in international executive positions of increasing responsibility.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||No academic background in business or economics required|
The total cost of the study programme varies based on whether the applicant is from a EU country or is a graduate of any IPBS school. It is also different for tracks involving study in or a degree from the USA.
For those graduating in Europe the cost of the study programme is as follows
For those graduating in the USA the cost of the study programme is as follows:
*) Please note that these costs are estimates, as the Euro/US$ exchange rate is unforeseeable. The second semester is direct payable to NU.
|Begin||From early August (UDLAP, Mexico) to early September (NEOMA, France, DCU, Ireland, UCSC, Italy and NU, USA)|
|Length||Each student lives and studies in two countries. Students begin their studies in their choice of a partner institution in France, Italy, Mexico, Ireland or the USA. Then, they move to the second institution of their choice in Germany, Ireland or the USA f|
The deadline is 1 June. The applications will be screened on a rolling basis.
Admission is open to candidates who are
The MIM curriculum is taught entirely in English. As evidence of fluency applicants must achieve either a minimum TOEFL result of 83 (ibt) or 220 (cbt) or a minimum IELTS of 6.5 overall band score, with a minimum of 6.0 in each of the components.
Online Application Process
To apply you should fill out the application form, upload your CV and pay the application fee of €50 (non-refundable). Then click “final submission.” Your application will be screened by the Admissions Board and if successful you will receive a conditional offer within two weeks. If unsuccessful, you will also be notified within two weeks.
If you receive a conditional offer, you will then be requested to provide the following additional documents. You will have 2 weeks to do this:
Once these documents are received, the committee will review them and a formal Study Place Offer will be sent to the applicant by email.