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Grenoble Ecole de Management

Master in International Business

The MIB is a high-quality comprehensive program of business administration subjects, studied from an international perspective. The program focuses on the knowledge required by managers in different sectors to work in international companies and environments. It is a strong generalist program that integrates all the core management courses and uses cross-functional approaches to apply these key fields while providing students with an international specialization. The program is taught in English but provides the possibility to learn French or other languages during the program. The MIB provides an international and multicultural learning environment which makes its graduates very attractive to potential employers worldwide. A particularity of the MIB program is that you can choose between 4 campuses which gather over 40 different nationalities in total.

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Entry requirement: Bachelor or Licence level degree
Ranking: Master in Management #33th in the FT global Masters in Management Rankings
Duration: 2 years (First year taught part and second year Final Management Project)
Location: Grenoble, Paris, Berlin and Singapore
Language: English
Application/requirements: IELTS/TOEFL/Degree Certificate & transcripts/CV & Motivation letters
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Accredited by the French Ministry of education “visa"

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2017-11-24

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Participants:

  • Nick Sanders - Program Director of the Masters in International Business (MIB)
  • Celine Foss - MIB, Associate Program Director
  • Pablo ALVARADO ANDONEGUI - MIB Paris Campus student
  • Danielle Fitzgerald - MIB Paris Campus student
  • 00:15

    The Pitch

    01:31

    As an international student, why choose GEM for a master’s in international business over other schools that have better name recognition?

    03:43

    I know that masters in management doesn’t require GMAT. Apart from having undergraduate certificates, what are the minimum requirements to apply?

    08:05

    Do I have to speak French to be accepted to this program?

  • 09:04

    Can we split the program between two campuses?

    11:21

    How can a student pursuing MIB in Grenoble get a chance to search good job opportunities in different countries In Europe for example Germany or Netherlands? How can the school help the students in this regard?

    14:36

    Can I expect to get a manager-level job when I graduate?

    15:43

    Three Words Max

  • 17:11

    Is there help to find housing? How much should I budget?

    19:31

    This program content looks very general. Is it possible to specialize?

    22:50

    Is it possible to work in France as a non-EU citizen after graduation?

    24:19

    Can the MIB be a pathway for a person interested in working in international institutions like the World Bank, the WTO or other international institutions dealing with trade or international business?

  • 25:33

    How does the program differ between campuses?

    26:32

    Will you tell me more about the Final Management Project, please? Is this a consulting project?

    28:33

    Guests Change

    28:49

    What’s the ratio of international students to French students?

  • 29:51

    As a French person, is it easy to get authorization to work in Singapore after doing the MIB on the campus there?

    30:49

    Russian Roulette

    33:05

    Are there concrete business cases we get to work on?

    36:05

    Where are the professors from? Is their English hard to understand?

  • 37:56

    What kinds of corporate partnerships do you have to help students make connections?

    40:00

    Grenoble looks very boring as a city for students. What’s interesting there?

    41:57

    Question for Danielle: Your MIB experience in one word ?? :)

    44:50

    What salary can graduates expect in their first jobs with the MIB?

  • 45:52

    A Step Sideways

    46:17

    A Step Sideways: In your homepage video, your students are wearing sashes with the school name like pageant contestants. MIB: Also stands for Master’s in Beauty?

    47:23

    I am an Indian and do not speak French. How difficult is it for graduates with my background to find jobs in France?

    49:47

    Is it possible to change campuses if I don’t like my first choice?

  • 50:35

    Do you plan any study trips?

    52:41

    What kind of student associations does GEM have?

    54:58

    Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

    55:56

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