Program YEARS 4 - 5 (MASTER)
Second Year of the Master's Program - International Business Management Track
Courses are taught in English.
The International Business Management track caters to a growing demand for high caliber Master's graduates with a skill set tailored to conducting international business.
The program focuses on strategy and competitive intelligence, to give students the scope necessary for executive leadership in the international business arena.
More generally, this year combines technical courses with advanced language learning and a multicultural dimension.
Courses cover the following subjects:
International Business Management Track
|International Financial Management
International Business Law
Geostrategy and Geopolitics
Business Environment in South America
Middle Eastern Markets
Marketing and Management
Supply Chain Management
International Business Entrepreneurship
International Competitive Intelligence
International Entrepreneurial Project
Final Dissertation and E-Portfolio
Download the curriculum chart for the first semester.
Final internship - six to twelve months starting January, depending on the courses chosen
Students complete a final internship related to their chosen track.
This is a real trial period, during which the soon-to-be-graduate must demonstrate perseverance, adaptability, and a strong capacity for teamwork, while applying the knowledge acquired during his or her studies to ensure quality, professional results.
- The subject of the dissertation must be defined with the approval of a tenured EBS faculty member, and focus on the specialist field.
- The subject should preferably be chosen in relation to the internship, and may concern a concrete, real-world business problem.
- Dissertations are defended before a panel of business professionals (grade < 10: resit).