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Formation MIB

The Master of International Business advances your knowledge and skills in all areas of management, with an international perspective. It trains young graduates or more experienced managers with strong analytical and personal skills that can be applied in a variety of organizational settings worldwide. It offers a global vision of the issues, roles and practices of international companies and helps you answer several key questions at the heart international business.

Upon successful completion of this program, students will master the fundamentals of international business and management:
  • Knowledge in all fields and disciplines of international management (Marketing, Finance, Strategy, Project Management and more)
  • Knowledge of international management tools and approaches at both strategic and operational levels
  • Keys to understanding and analyzing the practices and behaviors of individuals and organizations operating in an international and intercultural environment
  • On-the-ground experience with study trips and seminars in a variety of international organizations

Admission requirements

This program is designed for all students regardless of their country of origin and nationality, recruitment for this program is worldwide.

The minimum admission requirements are:
  • 1-year-program (Year 2 only) : a master’s degree, 1st year Master’s degree degree or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution (approx.150 U.S credit hours or 240 ECTS)
  • 2-year-program (Year 1+ Year 2) : a bachelor’s degree or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution (approx.120 U.S credit hours or 180 ECTS);
  • in ANY discipline, including international relations, business, engineering, sciences and humanities.

Program contents

The program takes place full-time over one (or two) academic year(s), from mid-September to the end of March. Classes are scheduled 3 days a week, allowing participants to balance study at Uinversity of Versailles with a part-time job or other activities.

The program includes a one-to-two-week cross-cultural seminar in France with corporate visits and meetings with managers and top executives from successful corporations but also visits to some French cultural landmarks.

All students in the MIB program must complete a 6–month internship, starting approximately from March. The year ends mid-September with the defense of a Master's thesis.