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Master’s degree (M2) in International Management

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Nature
Program delivering a degree
Year of highschool graduation
Bac + 5
Length of studies
1 year
Accessible as
Initial Training

Specificities

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Goals

The MIM is a two-year post-graduate Bologna Master programme offered by the University of Toulouse 1 Capitole Graduate School of Management (IAE Toulouse). It is a full-time degree, entirely taught in English, designed for International and French university graduates. The programme provides companies with managers ready to deal with cross-cultural management situations and transnational business issues. It is highly selective and targets students with a strong motivation to work in an international environment and ready to develop the competences needed by intercultural businesses. The programme stresses the importance of working methods such as case studies, team work and readings, to which students are required to participate actively. The MIM is a two- year programme (four semesters) and equals 120 credits in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). First year students have the opportunity to spend a year in one of our 65 partner universities (America, Asia, Europe).  

During their second year (M2),  from October to January, students attend courses (see programme).

From April onwards, students have to find a position in France or abroad as a trainee in a company during 6 months.

Business partnerships

Company partnerships and endowed chairs

IAE has developed a strong and clear focus on developing partnerships with company sponsored chairs. All these companies benefit from visibility and networking opportunities, while offering IAE the possibility to invite renowned professors from leading academic institutions. These experts teach and deliver valuable and research-based knowledge on international management. The MIM hosts the Pierre Fabre chair in international management.

 

Since 2002, the following organisations have participated in the curriculum and/or provided internships:

Accor, Airbus, ATR, Bhutan expeditions, China Assembly Technology Holding, CNRS, Coface, Dell, DHL, Direction des relations économiques extérieures, European Commission, Eurocentro Nafin Mexico, Eurostaf, Hewlett-Packard, Pechiney, Philips Semiconducteurs, Pierre Fabre Dermo-cosmétique, Pierre Fabre Médicament, Rothschild, Saint-Gobain Vetrotex, Siemens, Statoil-Hydro, Suez, Total Norvège, ...

Visiting Professors

Scholars from the following Institutions have participated in the programme:

Harvard Business School (USA), HEC Montreal (Canada), Keio University (Japan), London School of Economics (UK), Meiji University (Japan), Norwegian School of Management (Norway), Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands), Oxford University (UK), Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden), University of Canterbury (New Zealand), University of Reading (UK), University Pompeu Fabra (Spain), Bocconi University (Italy), Helsinki School of Economics (Finland).

Prerequisites for enrolment
Bac + 4

Admission conditions

Access to the second year of the programme (M2) is open to:

Students holding a French M1 (4-year degree) or a foreign equivalent worth 240 credits (ECTS).

Students entering the second year directly must provide us with GMAT or TAGE/MAGE scores.

The Admission Committee looks at each application individually and selection is based on academic results, English proficiency (TOEFL or TOEIC) and personal and professional experiences.

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For further information on the syllabus and to download the application file   www.iae-toulouse.fr

General organization of studies

From October to January

  • International Human Resources Management
  • Cross-cultural Management 
  • International Marketing 
  • International Management Control 
  • Business Intelligence and Strategy 
  • Comparative Accounting and Auditing 
  • International Finane

 

Research track 

In the second year of the Master (M2), students may opt for the research track. In this case, they will follow three courses in French: “Protocole de recherché”, “Méthode de recherche “and “Théorie des organisations” instead of International Human Resources Management, Comparative Accounting and Auditing and International Finance. These students will have to write a Master's degree dissertation instead of completing an internship. Access to the doctoral programme depends on successful completion of the research courses and validation of the doctoral project by a supervising professor.

What next?

Career Opportunities

Export Manager, Area Manager, Transnational Contracts Negotiator, International Human Resources Manager, Subsidiary Manager, Project Manager in International Marketing, Strategy and Business Development Consultant

Information

 

For further information on the syllabus and to download the application file   www.iae-toulouse.fr

Contact the admission office

master.international@iae-toulouse.fr

TSM - Toulouse School of Management

Date of update February 22, 2013


Useful information :

TSM - Toulouse School of Management
2 rue du Doyen Gabriel Marty
31042 Toulouse cedex 9

Phone. : (+33) 05 61 63 56 00
Fax : (+33) 05 61 63 56 56
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Internships :

Mandatory internship

In order to validate your Master 2 year you must complete a 6 months compulsory internship and write an internship report.

Students opting for a research career have the possibility to write an academic working paper instead.

Contact University: +33(0)5.61.63.35.00

Toulouse 1 Capitole (UT1) is a teaching and research centre of international excellence for law, economics and management. We are proud to have Jean Tirole, the 2014 Nobel Prize in Economy among our lecturer-researchers. In 2012, it was awarded the "Jean-Monnet Centre of Excellence" label by the European Commission.

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