MIM
Master in International Management

The Master of Science International Management (MIM) is a programme offered by six leading international business schools, all partners of the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS):

– ESB Business School at Reutlingen University, Germany
– NEOMA Business School – Rouen Campus, France
– Universidad De Las Americas Puebla (UDLAP), Mexico
– D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University, Boston, USA
– Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza Italy
– Dublin City University Business School, Ireland

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.
The programme is fully taught in English. The Programme requires study in two Schools/countries starting with the Partner A School and graduation with the MIM degree from the Partner B School. Classes start in the fall and finish at the end of spring the followingyear. The length of the programme is 10-15 months. This length depends 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 USA and Study Block II (lectures) in Germany, Ireland or the USA.
They then complete their master’s thesis in Study Block III. Northeastern University does not require a master’s thesis. The Study Block II and III schools are the MSc degree-awarding institutions.

MIM professors have extensive academic and professional backgrounds in their respective fields ensuring high academic standards and a strong practical approach. In addition, senior representatives from the corporate world are involved in the teaching.

Applicant profile: A bachelors degree in business or related fields. Non-business graduates must have taken at least 4 business courses at undergraduate level, two of which should be in the quantitative area (e.g. accounting, finance, statistics, economics). Fluency in English (minimum of 83ibt TOEFL or 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 6 in each of the individual components), minimum of 6 months work experience. No GMAT is required.

Application deadline for MIM intake 2017/2018: 1 June 2017.
Enrollment deadline: 20 June 2017.
Further information and the online application procedure can be found here.

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