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toulouse school of management

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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2017-11-20

Analysis

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Participants:

  • Audrey Rouzies - Associate Professor - Head of 1rst year of the Master in International Management - Vice Dean for International Relations
  • Nicola Mirc - Associate Professor - Head of 2nd year of the Master in International Management - Head of Strategy Departement
  • 00:18

    The Pitch

    01:43

    What’s the difference between a master in management and an MBA?

    04:02

    Do you require any professional experience to apply?

    05:24

    Do we have to pass a test like the TAGE MAGE to apply for this master?

  • 06:38

    I don’t understand the difference between your different programs: M1, M2, Master of Science, etc. How do I know which to apply for?

    10:20

    Are you close to students to help them find internships or do we see each other in class only?

    14:05

    I know the program is in English, but will I need to speak French for acceptance in the program? Half the site for this program is in French.

    15:31

    Three Words Max

  • 17:13

    Your website emphasizes the program is “international,” so what makes it international exactly?

    22:01

    As an international student, what’s the advantage of living in Toulouse as opposed to somewhere more cosmopolitan like Paris?

    25:20

    As a student from India, am I able to work in France after graduation?

    27:25

    Is it possible to specialize in a particular area in this program? Such as marketing?

  • 28:59

    The Expert Question

    29:10

    The Expert Question: In your opinion, what are the skills not taught in books that graduates need today to succeed in their professional careers? How do you cultivate this with your students?

    33:52

    Can we go on exchange to another university at some point?

    35:37

    What kinds of consulting project assignments do we work on?

  • 37:54

    Is there campus housing available?

    38:36

    Conclusion