The Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business is a year long, intensive program designed for graduate level students who wish to focus on particular areas of management. The internationally focused pedagogy is anchored in a case-based approach, presenting students with international business situations. Solutions that emerge often reflect the cultural and academic diversity of the students. Lecturers have a strong international background, often coming from prestigious foreign institutions. This program is an excellent way to complement your initial training with business expertise that is fully recognized in the market. It is also a way to develop your management skills and open up new job opportunities. The Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business will enable students to develop a strong set of skills in multiple disciplines such as strategy, management, international business, marketing and financial engineering. The program offers a choice between 9 International Tracks - Mixed track: ESSEC France (50% of courses in English and 50% in French) - English track: ESSEC France (Curriculum entirely in English) - American track: ESSEC France and Thunderbird School of Global Management, Phoenix, USA (Curriculum entirely in English) - Canadian track: ESSEC France and Queen's School of Business, Ontario, Canada (Curriculum entirely in English) - 50 % Asian track (winter or autumn session): ESSEC France and ESSEC Singapore (Curriculum entirely in English) - Latin American Exchange track: ESSEC France and EGADE, Mexico City (Curriculum entirely in Spanish) - Latin American Double Diploma track: ESSEC France and EGADE, Mexico City (Curriculum in Spanish & English) - 100% Asian track: ESSEC Asia Pacific (Singapore)
The Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business offers a multidisciplinary program with an international perspective. Courses taught include: - Basic Management - Self development - Strategy - Management - International Business - International Finance - International Marketing On top of the academic and practical training, the program allows you to participate in a study trip abroad every year. This 5 to 10 day trip in February-March aims to enable you to meet and exchange views and knowledge with several major international and local companies in the country visited. Topics covered during the study tour include how to enter a foreign market, available aid, opportunities, and threats or risks.
Last updated June 27, 2016