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Master International management

Get ready to deal with cross-cultural management situations and strategic decision-making in an international context

Mention

Management et commerce international

Conducted through

Full time programme

Teaching Language

EN

Programme type

In person

Campus

Toulouse, Europe, Asia

Required Level for Entry

High School Diploma (or equivalent) +3

Level Obtained

High School Diploma (or equivalent) +5

Duration

4 semesters

Credits

120 ECTS

Programme Structure

Do you feel inspired by working with people from different cultures? Are you attracted by supporting companies to develop their international business?

This degree 100% taught in English is a full-time programme which has been EPAS-accredited since 2008. It offers high quality teaching from internationally renowned professors, a truly multicultural work environment with students coming from all over the world, and close relationships with the business world thanks to strong partnerships built over ten years. The complementarity between academic and practical insights is central during the second year.

The Master in International Management in Asian Context (IMAC) is a double degree; students follow courses at College of Management of Mahidol University (CMMU) in Bangkok, and do a 6-month internship in Thailand or abroad. The Master in International Management in European Context (IMEC) is also a double degree; students follow courses at KU Leuven in Brussels, Belgium, and do a 6-month internship in in Belgium or abroad.

Discover the Master in International Management programme at TSM to accelerate your international career.

Toulouse School of Management

Programme objectives

  • Discuss international business situations and issues (COMPREHENSION)
  • Apply theoretical and conceptual elements to the analysis of international business situations (APPLICATION)
  • Demonstrate analytical skills and critical thinking (ANALYSIS)
  • Design relevant recommandations on international business situations based on methodological tools and frameworks (SYNTHESIS / EVALUATION)
  • Comprehend different ways in which international business affects the society and the environment (COMPREHENSION)
  • Communicate clearly and efficiently both in written and oral modes (MANAGERIAL)
  • Operate efficiently in a multicultural environment (negotiate, manage, lead) (MANAGERIAL)

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Professional integration

Future jobs

  • 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
  • 95 %

    Success rate

  • 85 %

    Satisfaction rate

  • 86 %

    Graduates in employment 6 months after graduation

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