Master Droit, économie et gestion mention management et commerce international Parcours International business and corporate development

Code diplôme/certificat: MR11702A-PAR

120 crédits

Niveau d'entrée

  • Niveau II (bac+3 bac+4)

Niveau de sortie

  • Niveau I (bac+5 et plus)

Responsable national

Thomas DURAND

Responsable opérationnel

Anne-Gaelle JOLIVOT

Publics / conditions d'accès

The Master in Management (MIM) is designed around the framework of
- an Orientation week with intercultural integration and team building activities.
- Master 1 (Year 1) with core curriculum of Management. The Master 1 helps students to understand the rules and practices of an organization as well as the different modalities of its management. The learning outcomes of the first year are then applied in a team-based experience that enables students to learn by action in the real work world.
- Master 2 (Year 2) with Transversal management modules, Major - Specialization modules and Minor - Elective blocks: 
  • In order to successfully be an entrepreneur or join an organization, Master in Management students need to develop their own skills, achieve the principles and tools of project, quality, intercommunication, etc. These skills, tools and principles will help optimize the resources in this transversal management mode. Therefore, the MIM has developed transversal management modules that are indispensable for all Management students, whatever specialization they will follow.
  • Major - Specialization provides students critical thinking on specific expertise that they will follow and develop their professional outlooks. The stakes are detailed for each master (International Business & Corporate Development and Project Management & Business Engineering).
  • Students are invited to choose one block of elective courses as a minor to their specialization. The combination of majors and minors will help students enhance different competences and practical skills in fast growing business areas and highly demanding professions, including e-Business, International Management, Sustainable Development and Business Development (entrepreneurship).
- an Internship from 3 to 6 months. The internship will complete the Master curriculum and offer an "action learning" opportunity.  
The Master Diploma is delivered under the control of the French Ministry of Higher Education.
 
 
Admission access:
Students could apply from Master 1 (for the 2-year program) or directly to Master 2 (for the final-year program) upon the field of Bachelor degree and the Master application form.
 
Application Requirements and Process
The MIM programs receive Application files all year round, Admission process starts in November and end by June for non-EU students:
  • by mid-September for EU students.
  • by mid-March for scholarship & company financial applicants
However, the limited seats (each class of 25-30 students) are reserved for early-bird applicants.
- Admission decision base on the Application file (downloadable from our website + interviews + recommendation
- Interviews with Admission jury
- Proficiency in English (TOEFL IBT: 85 | TOIEIC: 800 | IELTS: 6.0 | BULATS B2/C1)
 
For more information and application file, check our page in English on http://iim.cnam.fr/master-in-management/

Objectifs

This major in International Business Development addresses all the dimensions of the international development of the enterprises.
It is destined to future global managers who intend to participate to the renewal of managerial practices notably by taking more deeply into account the new missions of international organizations.
The main objectives of this major are:

  • Provide technical and conceptual tools to operate in every dimension of an enterprise's international development
  • Understand the practical dimensions of being part of - or dealing with - a multinational company
  • Develop the ability to manage and negotiate in a multi-cultural environment
  • Put globalization in perspective and anticipate the evolution of the multinational companies (geopolitical drivers, new global players, emerging markets, corporate social responsibility)

Mentions officielles

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Organisation

The MIM is designed around the framework of:
- an orientation week,
- Master 1 with a core curriculum of management
- Master 2 with transversal management courses, major courses, career development supporting courses, and internship
Courses are organized over 2 semesters per year and carry between 2 to 8 credits, depending on the importance and duration, with a full amount of 60 ECTS credits per year.

Modalités d'évaluation

Students must obtain all the credit requirements in the curriculum.

Description

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Compétences

This Master degree provides:
  • Critical thinking as well as practical knowledge in International Business and Corporate Development.
  • The new skills and schemes of internationalization required to manage the firms in a Multinational dimension (new tools, new drivers, new players, new markets, etc.).
Furthermore, thanks to the complete curriculum design of the Master in Management (MIM) concept, this master degree also enables students to:
  • Master the principles and tools for managers of business units with up-to-date management topics in the real business environment with Core curriculum (M1) and Transversal modules (M2);
  • Build a concrete view of the working environment, especially in the specific European business framework with Supporting modules (M2);
  • Represent the management of focused business activities as an action which includes four complementary elements: functional management, time management, organizational management, daily management with Specialization modules and Minor blocks (M2) such as Business Development, Sustainable Development, International Management and e-Business;
  • Master and experience the strategic principles and tools towards high performance and innovations with Group projects and Internships (M2);
  • Achieve intercultural and additional competences relying on students’ original degree in sciences or engineering or students’ intercultural experience and engagement.

Contact

Cnam - IIM - EPN stratégies - Programmes Master in Management (MIM)
EPN15, 2 rue Conté bureau 31.2.31
75003 Paris
Tel :00 33 1 58 80 85 64
Sophie Le Liboux - Alice de la Pradelle
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Centre(s) d'enseignement proposant cette formation

  • Paris
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