The MBA (Master of Business Administration) is a postgraduate degree that is awarded to students who have mastered the study of business. The MBA degree is thought to be one of the most prestigious and sought after degrees in the world.
Business professionals and students who pursue an MBA Management develop the skills and knowledge needed for upper leadership roles. Many programs combine business-related courses with management building classes. Students learn how to effectively manage a business and a team of different sized organizations.
Top MBA Programs in Management Studies in China 2019
The IMBA program offers an Inspiration Track where students engage in experiential learning through Company visits (at least 5/semester) and connections to industry. [+]
2 Year Full-Time
The IMBA program offers an Inspiration Track where students engage in experiential learning through Company visits (at least 5/semester) and connections to industry. Guest lecturers and CEOs are invited to the classroom to directly interact with MBA students. IMBA classes and company visits are often merged together to create the optimal learning environment for our students.
Financing Your MBA
The School of Business offers students with many merit-based scholarships, GMAT rewards, financial aid and exchange subsidies. Over 85% of our international students are offered some type of scholarship/financial aid.... [-]
IFA Paris' Luxury Brand Management program is unique in considering all the dimensions of luxury beyond fashion and business. [+]
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Have you always wondered what it would feel like to work for an industry that is in perpetual movement and at the forefront of marketing and technical innovations, but also known for upholding traditional know-how and a strong sense of heritage?
Would you like to be part of a great professional adventure and help resolve the challenges that the luxury sector will face in the future? Are you passionate about finding out how luxury brands can still appeal to traditional mature markets, whilst at the same time embracing the opportunities provided by emerging markets and the arrival of younger generations of consumers?... [-]