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SKEMA Business School

MSc International Business

Ce MSc en Commerce international est un programme global et enseigné sur trois campus (France, Chine, Etats-Unis). Il a été créé pour les étudiants souhaitant travailler dans un environnement multiculturel. Après un premier semestre dédié au management global commun aux trois campus, les étudiants choisissent une spécialisation : Commerce en Europe (enseigné à Sophia-Antipolis) ; Commerce en Asie (campus de Suzhou) ; Commerce en Amérique (campus de Raleigh). SKEMA favorise ainsi la connaissance des différents marchés en proposant des rencontres avec les entreprises.
Niveau de recrutement : Bac +3/+4
Classement & Accréditations : Ecole de Commerce n°9 en France (FT) / EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA
Durée du cursus : 12 mois
Lieu : Paris (France), Raleigh (USA), Suzhou (Chine), Belo Horizonte (Brésil)
Langue : anglais
Sélection : dossier + TOEFL/IELTS + entretien
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Intervenants :

  • Renata Kaminska - Directrice du programme
  • Julia Monteil-Shumska - Etudiante du programme
  • 00:15

    The Pitch

    01:38

    How does campus selection work? Do we choose at the beginning of the program?

    03:09

    Since it's an international program, do we have the opportunity to take language classes?

    05:54

    Do any of the campuses have specializations or is all the same program?

  • 08:04

    Is this master's appropriate for those of us who want to pursue a more entrepreneurial path and launch our own businesses?

    11:13

    Why should I chose to study in your University than other schools offering similar program?

    14:20

    I see soft skills talk about a lot on business leadership panels as a highly valued by employers. How do you develop soft skills in this program?

    15:48

    Three Words Max

  • 17:14

    What level maths should we have for your business program? It's not my best subject.

    19:21

    What's the workload like and what do you expect us to produce for validation?

    23:38

    What's the admissions interview like and how can I prepare?

    26:11

    What are typical career paths graduates take when they complete the degree?

  • 28:42

    Does your doing business in Europe track take into account Brexit and other potential changes in EU trade policy?

    31:20

    The Expert Question

    31:29

    The Expert Question: Since this program is focused on the internationalization of businesses and teaching nuances geo-cultural nuances in marketing, how would you market differently to Chinese consumers as you would to Brazilians?

    35:41

    Hi. I'm from Spain and am interested in the Asia track to get a job there after. What's the alumni network like there and is it useful for finding work in a market like that?

  • 38:12

    What’s it like integrating as an international student? Do the foreigners tend to stay together or is it possible make friends with locals?

    39:27

    Conclusion