Analysis of the program by Campus-Channel
What we noted
Université Catholique de Lille - FGES
International Management Master’s Program
This program aims at preparing students to accompany businesses in their international development with a sound understanding of cultural differences and their importance in selling, buying, transporting or financing. To do so, it focuses on practices of International Management (Strategic Management, Intercultural Communication, Supply Chain, etc.), Languages, Management and Business Development. Besides, students also have Business game, Internship or professional project. It prepares students to work as International manager, Purchasing manager, Transportation, storage and distribution manager, or Export manager.
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Entry requirement: Bachelor Degree
Duration: 1 or 2 years
Selection: academic application + English language certificate
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Flambard - Responsable pédagogique du Master International Management Clotilde
FRANCO - Etudiante en Master 2 International Management, en contrat de professionnalisation chez Bonduelle Europe Long Life
How many of the courses are taught in English? How much French do I need to apply?
How many students are typically in each session? Your school is one of the largest in France!
Do students from each concentration ever take classes together or do they stay in their own groups?
What kind of international recognition does this degree have?
What kinds of scholarships are available to international students?
How is this program different from international management programs at other schools?
What language certifications do you require for admission?
When are application deadlines, and when is the best time to apply?
I have a question for the student: what do you want to do after?
How many international students do you accept each year?
Why the master call RIZOMM?
What are the benefits of studying in Lille opposed to somewhere like Paris?
Is there assistance to find internships and jobs?
Clotilde said there is Business game what is it?
The Expert Question
The Expert Question: What are the skills not taught in books that students need today in order to succeed? How does this program cultivate those qualities and skills?
Looking at the curriculum and careers section, this program seems very focused on purchasing, supply chain, and logistics. Why not just call it that?
I saw partners on your website, what do they bring on the program? Do we have real case with them for instance? Thanks
Does the university have student associations, and does this program leave enough time for other activities?