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Master (M2) Management International

Informations générales

Niveau de recrutement
Bac + 4
Durée de la formation
1 an
Lieu(x) de formation
Toulouse (campus UT1)
(Stage obligatoire)
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Code RNCP : 34038

The Master 2 in International Management is a full-time degree, training junior managers ready to deal with cross-cultural management situations and strategic decision-making in an international context. The Master 2 in International Management brings together a highly international student group.

The second year builds on the foundations acquired during the first year and puts the emphasis on the development of professional skills and competencies by training students to apply their knowledge to concrete international business situations. The complementarity between academic and practical insights is central during the second year.

Responsables pédagogiques


By the end of the Master International Management, students will be able to:
  • Discuss international business situations and issues ;
  • Apply theoretical and conceptual elements to the analysis of international business situations ;
  • Use of methodological tools and frameworks in business analysis and development ;
  • Design relevant recommendations on international business situations based on methodological tools and frameworks ;
  • Comprehend different ways in which international business affects the society and the environment ;
  • Communicate clearly and efficiently both in written and oral modes ;
  • Operate in a multicultural and multicultural environment (negotiate, manage, lead)


Visiting Professors

Scholars from the following institutions have participated in the programme : Bocconi University (Italy), Eindhoven University (The Netherlands), Harvard Business School (USA), HEC Montreal (Canada), Helsinki School of Economics (Finland), Hitotusbashi University (Japan), Keio University (Japan), IESE Business School (Spain), London School of Economics (UK), Meiji University (Japan), Norwegian School of Management (Norway), Oxford University (UK), Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands), Stockholm School of Economics (Sweden), University of Canterbury (New Zealand), University of London Birkbeck (UK), University of Reading (UK), University of the Pacific (USA), University Pompeu Fabra (Spain).



Niveau de recrutement : Bac + 4

Conditions d'accès

Internal TSM candidates

→ Successful completion of 240 ECTS

→ An English language test for non-English speakers (C1 required)

→ Examination of candidate’s application and possible interview (choice of track)

External candidates (non TSM)

→ Successful completion of 240 ECTS

→ An English language test for non-English speakers (C1 required)

→ Examination of candidate’s application and possible interview 


Applications from February 1 to March 26, 2021.
More information and how to apply: www.tsm-education.fr


The teaching staff is made up of university professors and business executives.

Courses are entirely taught in English.

From September to March, Master 2 students attend the following courses:

Transversal skills:
Unit 12 - Support for transformation in professional context

  • Practioner Conferences

Core skills:
Unit 13 - Reflection and conception of internationalisation strategy

  • Advanced International Strategy
  • International Business Development
  • International Marketing
Unit 14 - Design and coordination of internationalisation policies and activities
  • Supply Chain Management
Unit 15 - Measure and control of tools and methods for internationalisation
  • International Management Control
Unit 16 - Rules, norms and quality in internationalisation
  • Export and International Commerce
Unit 17 - Managerial and organisational culture
  • Cross-Cultural Management
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Commercial negotiation
Transversal skills:
Unit 18 - Development and integration of highly specialized knowledge
  • International Project Management
  • Consulting Project
Unit 19 - Support for transformation in professional context
  • Internship

The company consulting project consists of teams of students working on a consulting mission for a company on a part-time basis (market research, strategy development, business plan, process and organizational analysis…). Thanks to this work students apply their acquired knowledge and skills in real-life business situations.

Année post-bac de sortie
Bac + 5

Métiers visés

This programme prepares students for the following professions:

  • Export Manager
  • Area Manager
  • Transnational Contracts Negotiator
  • Subsidiary Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Consultant (Strategy, IT, HR, Procurement, Supply Chain)
  • Trade Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Customer Service Manager
  • Business Developer
  • Key Accounts Manager