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IAE Toulouse

Master in International Management

The Master in International Management (or MIM) is a two-year post-graduate Master programme taught in English. It claims to provide companies with managers ready to deal with cross-cultural situations. To do so, no surprise: the MIM focuses on several broad knowledge specific to management and add the international dimension (International Marketing, International Human Resources Management, Strategy or Consulting Project). As you can see, one word should be remembered: international.
Duration: 2 years
Ranking 2012: Toulouse University 1 - 76th Ranking of Shanghai in Economy/Business
Accreditation: EPAS accredited
Location: Toulouse, France + internship location
Language: English
Selection: 3 or 4 year degree + academic dossier + English test + Interview + GMAT or TAGE-MAGE

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Participants:

  • Nicola MIRC - Lecturer at IAE Toulouse - Strategy Department
  • Audrey ROUZIES - Lecturer at IAE Toulouse - Strategy Department
  • 01:07

    The speech

    03:16

    Face to face

    03:29

    Bonjour, my question is that is it possible for a student without business background? I'm from Wuhan University in China, and my major is linguistic, but I have abundant experience in management? What is the interview about?

    06:44

    What is the main difference between the 2 second years? Is it just the focus on Asia?

  • 08:44

    What does the University look for in candidates? How many candidates do you accept? How is the selection different from other french IAE? Is a test like GMAT or other type required to be accepted in the Master 1 and/or Master 2?

    10:57

    Expert question

    11:06

    Expert question: usually, when we ask the global programs such as yours what their main strength is, they respond that they train students to work in an international environment. How, very concretely, do you train students to do so? No bullshit please!

    13:52

    What advantage will the Master in International Management give me compared to the experience obtained in a job?

  • 15:42

    What skills will I have developed by the end of the Master in International Management?

    17:51

    Is it possible to do an "année de césure"? Is there an exchange program possible during the 2 years?

    18:38

    What is the advantaged to be in Toulouse as a location?

    20:08

    Conclusion