Analysis of the program by Campus-Channel

What we noted

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 #20th in the FT global Masters in Management Rankings
Duration: 2 years (First year taught part and second year Final Management Project)
Location: Grenoble, Paris, London & Singapore
Language: English
Application/requirements: IELTS/TOEFL/Degree Certificate & transcripts/CV & Motivation letters
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles




Zooming in the interviews


The questions

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  • Céline FOSS - MIB, Associate Program Director
  • Karl HENOUD - Etudiant du programme
  • 01:14

    The speech


    Face to face


    Hello. What's the majority in the current class? With or without work experience? 


    Hi! Are my grades that important? And is there anything bad that one can do in the short essays and interviews?

  • 08:56

    I heard that you have a campus in Singapore! Exciting. Is this a choice for us to choose for the entire year?


    Expert question


    Expert question: A degree on international business… Doesn't it sound a bit too broad? And what would be the main difference between your programme and a global MBA?


    Is there any formal training on how to apply for jobs and how to deal with interviews and the application process?

  • 17:11

    Are there some interesting partnerships for us to get internships or other work experiences? They are not just for the name value?


    Hi. I am not good at French. Would this be a problem to get an internship and a job in France?