Master in International Management (Other Masters)

IE University

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The award
Other Masters

How long you will study
13 months

Domestic course fees
EUR 28000

How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September, February

International course fees
EUR 28000

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About Master in International Management at IE University

The Master in International Management degree program lasts 10 or 13 months, and is held at IE Business School's central campus in Madrid. The objective of the program is to teach a new generation of professionals how to make important decisions and implement successful business models for global operations. This program has been specifically designed to mold future leaders facing the challenge of globalization, multicultural contexts and international business networks. The Master in International Management is specially designed to fit the needs and trends of the marketplace in a global and multi-cultural environment, creating a stimulating learning process given the variety of perspectives and experiences brought to the classroom. It also allows students to extend their personal and professional networks. The program is committed to a model of professional growth based on the acquisition of globally relevant skills and competencies that mark effective management in the 21st century, focusing on the development and refinement of students

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