Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business - Singapore Campus
Ranked #4 worldwide in the QS Master in Management rankings, the Asian SMIB trains students to be managers able to deal with Asian contexts and ensure a company's worldwide success in face of changing economic and social environments. This program will help participants develop specific competencies in strategy, finance and marketing in relation with APAC-related issues. It also offers the possibility to go abroad for double-degree with our partner universities. Get ready to join the global job market with this truly APAC-focused program! The 6500-square meter ESSEC Asia-Pacific campus opened in May 2015, students and teachers alike develop their careers at the edge of modern technology.
This Campus-Channel session will focus on the option of studying the MS SMIB at ESSEC Asia-Pacific Campus, Singapore.
What’s the difference between a master and an advanced master? We don’t have advanced masters in the US.
Hi Fleur. Why did you choose to do this program in Singapore?
Is the Singapore program designed for Asian students who will work in Asia?
What is the main difference between the program in France and the one in Paris? How to choose?
Is it possible as a French student to get an internship in Singapore if I attend that campus?
Who are the professors on the Singapore campus?
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If I don’t like the Singapore program, can I transfer to the France campus?
What is the Singapore campus like and what part of the city is it in?
Hey, question on the application process. As I see the round 1 starts from jan 3-jan 30 in 2019. What if I have to give my GMAT in the second week of January. Am I still eligible to submit my documents in round 1 and submit my GMAT score later, or do you recommend to go with round 2?
How is the SMIB different from other business degrees, such as an MBA? Is one better than the other?
Is the SMIB open to students who didn’t study business before?
Question for the student: what do you do now? Internship? Job? Still in class?
How much professional experience do you require to apply for the SMIB?
Is it possible to visit local companies through ESSEC?
Is it possible to study on exchange at your Morocco campus for a semester?
You have a lot of “doing business in…” courses. Is the difference really big enough between Africa, Russia and the west that each needs its own separate class? You couldn’t condense?
Is it valuable to do the program in Singapore even if we don’t plan to work in Asia?
Who Am I?
Is it possible to specialize?
Hello. What has changed in this program since the last year?
Do you have reduced tuition support available for foreign students?
What kinds of real-world projects do have the opportunity to work on that are not just simulated business cases?
What active student associations are there at the ESSEC Singapore campus?
How does entrepreneurship education factor into this curriculum?