Master 2 International Management in Asian Context (IMAC)

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The Master International Management in Asian Context (IMAC) is a full-time double degree over two years, entirely taught in English and designed for International and French university graduates. After validation, students obtain a double degree
from the Toulouse School of Management and the College of Management of Mahidol University (CMMU) in Bangkok, Thailand. The programme is highly selective and targets students with a strong motivation to work in an international environment and ready to develop the competences needed by globally operating companies, with a special focus on the South-Asian context.

In their first year, students follow courses in Toulouse and do a 3 to 6-month internship in France or abroad. In their second year, students follow courses at CMMU in Bangkok, Thailand, and do a 6-month internship in Thailand or abroad.
The Master offers high quality teaching from professors in two internationally renowned institutions, a truly multicultural work environment with students coming from all over the world, and close relationships with the business world. Teaching is based on lectures, case studies, role plays, simulation games, etc.

In the first year of the Master, students attend the following courses from September to April:

Semester 1 (in Toulouse) 

  • Strategic Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Qualitative Data Analysis
  • Accounting
  • Organizational Behaviour

Semester 2 (in Toulouse)

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • International Strategy
  • Business plan and Entrepreneruship
  • Internship
  • Pratical seminars on International management in the Asian and Thai context

Semester 3 (in Bangkok)

Semester 4 

  • Internship

The M2 IMAC is very selective and targets students who are highly motivated to work in an international environment and who are ready to develop the
requisite intercultural business skills. The program stresses the use of working methods such as case studies and team presentations in which students are
required to actively participate.

The program is open to :

  • students holding a French M1 (4-year degree) or a foreign equivalent worth 240 credits (ECTS) in Management, Economics, Engineering, Law, Sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Literature, Languages

Entry requirements for the programme are first and foremost about academic qualities and applicants’ motivation. The second element taken into consideration
is international working experience or time spent abroad. English proficiency is essential and has to be demonstrated by an official test result (TOEFL, TOEIC,
IELTS, BULATS, Cambridge certificate).


-The double degree being a continuation of the first year of the Master in International Management, it is open to students having completed the first year of the Master in International Management.
-Application to the double degree is made simultaneaously with the application to the first year of the Master, via the supplementary form.
-English language test (C1 level)
-examination of candidate's admissions application and possible interview

“The double degree Master programme “International Management in Asian Context” gave me the opportunity to develop a deeper knowledge of what it means to live, study and work abroad, on a professional level, and also in my personal life. I had the opportunity to travel around the region and discover a culture completely different from the European one, and meet interesting people along these two semesters. Due to this experience and the international exposure it gave me, I found an internship as an international trade consultant in India. I then got a V.I.E in South Africa for Tata Consultancy Services as an operational consultant. It was a great experience to study at Mahidol, one of the top universities in Thailand, and I highly recommend it!”

Jérémy Guilmoto

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