Master's Degree in Global Business in Ile-de-France in France

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Global Business

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Global business refers to the way in which a company conducts business internationally. Working abroad requires companies to have cultural sensitivity as well as an understanding of local hiring, managing, marketing and other business practices.

France is currently among the 20 best performing countries in terms of the economy due to their excellent results-oriented higher education learning. Most of the courses at universities are offered in the French language. France has 60 public and 100 private universities.

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Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business

ESSEC Business School
Campus Full time 12 - 15 months September 2017 France Cergy-Pontoise

The Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business is a year long, intensive program designed for graduate level students who wish [+]

Masters in Global Business in Ile-de-France in France. A Word from the Academic Director "Being SMIB is not only a label that you get when joining the academic programme. It is a real mindset, attitude and way of living that will stick to you all along the years. I can assert this, not only as the appointed Academic Director of the programme, but also as a former SMIB myself. This website is a perfect summary of this SMIB-spirit: business-oriented, open-minded, bold and authentic. Being open-minded is not an advertising catch phrase for the SMIB programme. We really live diversity in our daily life: when on campus, through the various nationalities represented in the programme; when on business trips; when at work, through the many chosen expatriation paths that SMIBs are in… So how do we do it? Simply because our focus is on excellence, in whatever we do. And to be excellent, one needs emotional, cultural, theoretical and practical intelligence. So if you are not fully convinced, read on!" Anne-Flore Maman Larraufie (PhD), Academic Director of the MS SMIB Why should I do the MS SMIB? Get ready to join the global job market with this internationally focused programme, which includes: core courses taught 100% in English a choice of specialised track offered at all corners of the globe with 3 leading partner universities each with a specific career goal in mind an international field trip the possibility to learn French and Mandarin as a foreign language an in-company project to be carried out anywhere in the world the chance to mix with a very diverse student class and teaching faculty Academic Requirements Core coursesWhatever track you decide to follow, rest assured that you will not be thrown in at the deep-end but first be able to gain all the necessary knowledge and skills via the fundamental and core courses. You will start the year with team building and cover the following topics taught in professional and dynamic formats including interactive seminars, simulation games and workshops: geopolitics and cross-cultural issues micro and macroeconomics strategy (building, marketing & management) corporate finance (reporting, analysis & strategy) competitive intelligence business law Study trips A one-week study trip is included in the programme and is the perfect opportunity for you to meet with local based companies and professionals. Depending on the destination - which changes each year - you will be able to discover a wide range of sectors and delve into local issues.In the past few years, students have visited Geneva, San Francisco, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Milan, Ho Chi Minh, Miami, London and Shanghai. You will be able to apply the theories and skills you have picked up and built on during the academic part of the programme in your field project, which is also where 45% of graduates end up getting their first permanent contract. Another 26% go straight into full time employment at the end of the academic time instead of embarking on an internship. Examples of companies hiring last year’s SMIB interns and graduates: Christian Dior Couture, Tag Heuer Orange Sodexo Asia Pacific SAP Veolia Japan Airbus Natixis, Société Générale Sanofi, Ipsen, GE Medical Systems Roland Berger KPMG [-]

MASTER INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS “GRANDE ECOLE PROGRAM”

ESG Management School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Toulouse

The objective of this Master program is to educate managers in order to make them capable of developing and controlling the international activities of corporations and companies. [+]

The objective of this Master program is to educate managers in order to make them capable of developing and controlling the international activities of corporations and companies. It allows students to develop the ability to adapt easily to different countries and cultures as well as increase their knowledge in several languages. Lectures, case studies, individual and group exercises are used in varying degrees depending on the subject matter. Students benefit not only from the expertise and experience of the faculty but also from the participation of experts from the business world. CAREER PATH - General management - Export and import management - Management consulting - International licensing - Business policy consulting - Joint venture management - International marketing - Foreign exchange trading - International business engineer ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s degree completed (180 ECTS or equivalent outside France) with official accreditation from the country of origin. Applicants, whose native language is not English, must fulfill one of the following language requirements: - IELTS: minimum of 6.5 overall (with a minimum of 6 in all bands) - TOEFL: minimum of 90 (with a minimum of 20 in all bands) - Optional GMAT minimum score : 550 [-]

Master International Global Communications

ISCOM
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 France Paris

ISCOM's international global communications program offers 100% English-language instruction in the heart of Paris [+]

Twenty-first century communications is increasingly a business arena without borders. Professionals working in communications, advertising and marketing are trying to reach and influence stakeholders around the world every day using sophisticated, integrated, global campaigns. If you are interested in working internationally, why not start early in honing your skills and building your network by studying in an international context ? ISCOM's international global communications program offers 100% English-language instruction in the heart of Paris to train its students to: - Develop communications programs for leading brands - Understand the culture of anglophone countries - Learn Anglo-Saxon communications techniques - Work in France or anywhere in the world! ISCOM instructors teach the fundamentals of communications, particularly in the first three years, with topics such as culture, economics, law and business forming the bulk of the classes. Each year represents 60 credits (ECTS) of work. Students specialize progressively over the years, choosing to focus on international global communications; global corporate and brand communications; marketing services and advertising; public relations; and digital communications. Classes are small, averaging around 25 people, and students are evaluated individually, as well as in teams. Most of ISCOM's classes are taught by communications professionals who are currently working in the agencies and companies in the Greater Parisian area. They bring their insights, the problems they are working on and their enthusiasm into our classrooms in order to give students real-world experiences from the first year. Furthermore, all students are required to secure internships each year, gradually increasing in duration, from three months in the first two years, then one semester in the third year (required to be international in scope), six months in the fourth year, and, in the fifth year, a work-study program (work four days per week, classes one day per week plus one week per month).... [-]