Master's Degree in International Business Management in North in France

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International Business Management

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.

 

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Master Trilingual International Affairs - International Marketing Courses, Communication And Negotiation

Université Catholique de Lille
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Lille Paris + 1 more

Namely achieving an international market research; Design a product with a view of a world market; Formulate and implement an internationalization strategy; Manage and direct internal and external corporate communications; Develop communication strategy in an enterprise; Ability to manage a travel agency specialized in luxury tourism; Being able to design tourist products on demand; Provide managerial duties in the luxury hotel. [+]

Masters in International Business Management in North in France. Namely achieving an international market research; Design a product with a view of a world market; Formulate and implement an internationalization strategy; Manage and direct internal and external corporate communications; Develop communication strategy in an enterprise; Ability to manage a travel agency specialized in luxury tourism; Being able to design tourist products on demand; Provide managerial duties in the luxury hotel. Skills and know-how taught In the first year of the Master, a working 3-month internship allows students to explore the fields of marketing, communication, international trade and tourism. In the second year of the Master training period of 6 months. Occupational integration International Marketing, Product Manager Assistant, Account Manager, Head of Research, International Negotiator Export Area Manager, Communications Officer, Communications Department Manager, Manager in the inn. Diploma prepared and conditions of graduation Professional Masters in Law, Economics, International Business Management and mention economic engineering specialty International Affairs. Diploma in agreement with ULCO (University of the Littoral Opal Coast) Career International Marketing, communication and negotiation. Conditions of admission Licence 3 and equivalent to business schools on -Recruitment title open to holders of a license, including LEA, Economics, LCE, or level of Commerce degree BAC + 3. -A Good level in English and German or Spanish is required. [-]

Master Affaires Internationales Trilingues - Parcours Marketing International et Négociation

Université Catholique de Lille
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Lille Paris + 1 more

Dispensé depuis 9 ans sous la forme d’un DESS puis d’un Master Marketing International Négociation, cette discipline se transforme aujourd’hui en un parcours au sein d’une formation aux compétences désormais élargies [+]

Dispensé depuis 9 ans sous la forme d’un DESS puis d’un Master Marketing International Négociation, cette discipline se transforme aujourd’hui en un parcours au sein d’une formation aux compétences désormais élargies. Plusieurs raisons ont contribué à maintenir ce type de formation offerte à nos étudiants : Un contexte international marqué par une forte concurrence entre les entreprises qui essaient sur chaque marché d’attirer le plus grand nombre de consommateurs en utilisant tout l’arsenal des moyens du marketing-mix (politique de produits, politique de prix, politique de communication et politique de distribution) ; L’existence d’une uniformisation progressive des comportements de consommation au niveau international en même temps qu’une volonté pour chaque peuple de garder des spécificités locales très fortes dans leur manière de consommer ; [-]