Master in Business Administration in Midi-Pyrenees France

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A master of business administration (MBA) is a professional degree given to those who study business management at a business school. Various forms of analysis and strategy are covered including operations, marketing, finance, and accounting.

Individuals who have already earned a bachelor’s degree and wish to further increase their knowledge and training can choose to earn a Master of Business Administration, or MBA. An MBA is a two-year program that may help prepare graduates for a career in leadership and management in the business world.

France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.

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IDRAC Business School
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years October 2017 France Amiens Bordeaux Grenoble Lille Lyon Montpellier Nantes Nice Paris Toulouse + 10 more

The curriculum programme of IDRAC's "Businesseering" MBA can be fulfilled in one or two years, with the possibility for the participants [+]

Business Studies 2017/2018 in Midi-Pyrenees France. PARTICIPANTS The curriculum programme of IDRAC's "Businesseering" MBA can be fulfilled in one or two years, with the possibility for the participants to maintain their professional activity. In order to complete the programme in one year's time, the course demands full-time availability. Participants who choose the two-year track, can advance through a series of modules specially designed to help them continue their professional activity. Some modules can be attended by occasional participants. The men and women who will design and implement the new Business Models which are required by our economies must aspire to promote change, to act as competent facilitators and inspirational leaders able to motivate their team; in a nutshell, they must be people who make things happen. AT A GLANCE Global crises follow one another at an unprecedented pace jeopardizing the world's economic stability through successive interlocking commotions: financial crises, debt crises, competitiveness crises. Political unrest is spreading too, and numerous countries are calling into question the existing governing systems, particularly in Northern Africa, and the Middle East. The difficulties of the European integration policy and the problems regarding our common currency add to the complexity of the constraints that weigh heavily on the strategies of businesses. Moreover, the Internet revolution in Management and Marketing is disrupting the management and organisation styles of the economic agents. Therefore, in the midst of an economic crisis, while consumption is, at its best, slack, e-commerce is riding high on a double digit growth. Should... [-]