The Master's in International and European Business is also available for dual degree students attending the EM Strasbourg Business School within the framework of dual degree agreements concluded with specific partner universities. Upon the satisfactory completion of the programme, dual degree students are awarded the MIEB degree and the degree of their home universities.
Recruitment level: graduate Type of diploma: Master's
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The Master’s in International and European Business (MIEB) is included in our Grande Ecole programme and is designed to train and educate professional managers ready to embark on careers in an international or European context. The programme is focused on the practical application of the principles of international management with the possibility to focus on one of the functional minors: finance, marketing, supply chain management and human resource management. In addition, a contextualized approach to international business is offered through the choice between two 'regional minors', wine and tourism management or European affairs.
Australia: University of Adelaide Brazil: Universidad IBMEC China: Southwestern University of Economics and Finance Colombia: Universidad EAFIT Germany: Technische Universität Dresden, Hhl/Handelshochschule Leipzig, Friedrich Alexander Universitat Erlangen Nürnberg, Eberhard-Karls, Universität Tübingen Italy : Universita Degli Studi Di Pavia, Universita Ca'foscari Spain: Universidad De Alcala, Universidad De Granada Poland: Universytet Jagiellonski Krakow Romania: Academia de Studii Economice din Bucuresti Russia: Tyumen State University Slovakia: University Of Economics In Bratislava Switzerland: Université de Fribourg United Kingdom: University Of Stirling, Heriot Watt University Viet Nam: University Of Economics Hanoi, University Of Economics Ho Chi Minh City
Dual degree students nominated by the above listed partner universities.
Selection and application procedures
Students are selected by the EM Strasbourg Business School and partner universities based on specific criteria mentioned in our dual degree cooperation agreements.
All tuition fees must be paid to the home university. Non-EU residents must pay the mandatory French social security fee of 211 Euro (except for the residents of Quebec).
Students submit an on-line application form to EM Strasbourg Business School according to the procedure communicated to partner univesities.
Positions with companies requiring a good knowledge of European and International management practices and business environment.