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Formation


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Master 1 Master 2 International Master in Business Studies


International

Présentation de la formation

The International Master in Business Studies, granted by the IAE DIJON, University School of Management (University of Burgundy), is designed to provide skills in the core areas of business (Strategy, Finance, Marketing, International Business, Human Resource Management, …). It is a National Master’s degree recognized by the French Ministry of Education. This degree is aimed at all those who are looking to develop both a cross-functional and an international view of companies. The program is mainly dedicated to students who hold a degree in other fields than in Management.

Program: The International Master in Business Studies is a two-year full-time program in management with internship and mobility periods. The first semester starts mid-September and ends at the end of January – during this term students attend classes in the IAE’s facilities. The second semester goes from February to mid-July, and students attend classes in the IAE’s facilities. Students will spend the third and fourth semester (second year) on an exchange program and will be enrolled in a 4-6 months’ internship in France or abroad.

Lieu(x) :
Dijon

Format(s) :
Initiale, Continue

Langue(s) :
Anglais

Mobilité internationale :
Obligatoire

Conditions d'admission :
Dossier de candidature, Entretien

Profil

  • The International Master in Business Studies is mainly dedicated to foreign students seeking a French experience in management.
  • French and European candidates (Erasmus program) should hold 180 ECTS credits in Social Sciences or other disciplines.
  • For non-European candidates, a bachelor’s degree is required, and prior studies will necessarily be examined and validated by a university committee.

Professionnalisation

Classes are entirely taught in English and students have the opportunity to learn French language and civilization at the same time.
Class size is purposely limited which makes courses very dialogue-driven, and all faculty members are accessible to participants. Students coming from partner universities can follow just one semester of the program.