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About IPBS-MIM Master Programme
The Master in International Management (MIM) is a one-year global management programme that provides young professionals with the knowledge and skills to thrive in dynamic international business settings.
MIM is an intensive 10-15 month master’s programme offered by six leading international business schools through the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS). The programme requires study in two schools/countries, starting with the Partner A School and graduating from the Partner B School. A candidate cannot choose to do the entire programme in just one country.
Classes start in the fall and finish at the end of spring of each year. The length of the programme varies depending on the student’s choice of Partner B School and its thesis requirement along with its basic work experience prerequisite for graduation.
Students complete Study Block I (lectures) in France, Italy, Mexico, Ireland or the U.S. and Study Block II (lectures) in Germany, Ireland or the U.S. If completing the degree in Germany of Ireland, students complete their master’s thesis in Study Block III. Northeastern University in the U.S. does not require a master’s thesis. The Study Block II and III schools are MSc degree -awarding institutions. For a full list of the available study track choices click here.
- Bachelor degree in business or related fields. Graduates who do not have a degree in a business related field generally, must have taken at least four business courses at the undergraduate level, two of which should be in a quantitative area (e.g. accounting, finance, statistics, and economics).
- As the programme is taught in English, fluency in English must be demonstrated (min. 83ibt TOEFL or 6.5 IELTS with a min of 6 in each of the individual components). English native speakers or those who have graduated from a bachelor programme where the language of instruction was English are exempted from the language test.
- A minimum six months work experience is required (and maximum three years) .
- GMAT is not required!
Please apply before 1 June 2017. Full information about the online application procedure can be found on the page “Admission&Application“.
Please note the Enrollment deadline for the next MIM intake 2017/18 is 20 June 2017.