The Master in International Management launched in September 2008 by the University of Rennes1’s Graduate School of Management (IGR-IAE Rennes) is specifically aimed at English-speaking students with a 4-year Bachelor's degree in economics or management, as well as graduates with a background other than management (engineering, chemistry, health, humanities and social sciences).
Focused on international management issues, the program will help students understand the main steps in the globalization of companies, with a particular emphasis on the interdependence of strategic, cultural, commercial, legal, financial and managerial issues.
The specificity of the program is to combine intensive French language courses with a comprehensive academic program in Management taught exclusively in English.
The main aim of the course is to provide students with the essential skills necessary to pursue a career as an International Business Executive.
Each year, the program invites many professional and academic speakers from France and abroad. More specifically, students attend lectures given by guest professors from IGR-IAE Rennes partner universities in Germany, Spain and Brazil.
Something pointed out by all the students who attended this Master’s degree: a unique multi-cultural environment, enhanced by the diversity of professional and academic profiles, and the variety of nationalities found in the group. Beyond the lasting friendships made during the program, this diversity is an excellent opportunity to develop an international professional network.
Eager to foster links with entrepreneurial and managerial practices and to help discover the network of partner companies of IGR-IAE Rennes, the program director organizes company visits, meetings with MBAIM graduates, and a Business Game at the end of the second semester, which allows to use all professional skills developed during the year.
Non-French speaking international students receive an intensive course of French as a foreign language, which allows even total beginners in French to evolve professionally and to learn more about French culture and management.
TU 1: Strategy and Innovation
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
TU 2: Project Management
TU 3: Human Resources Management
Human Resources Management
TU 4: Marketing
TU 5: Financial and Accounting
French as a foreign language
TU 1: International Financial and Fiscal Management
Marketing Organization and Regulation
TU 2: Industry and Logistics
TU 3: Internationalization and Management - 5 PARTS
Issues of Internationalization
Corporate Social Responsibility
Business in Society
Internationalization and Management
TU 4: Management Game
TU 5: Internship with report
French as a Foreign Language
How to apply
Admission requirements and procedure
The Master of Business Administration in International Management (MBAIM) is an English-taught Master 2 program, leading to a Master’s degree fully accredited by the French state.Students should hold a 4-year Bachelor’s, or a Master 1 or Master 2 or a 4 or 5-year business school diploma.Holders of a 3-year Bachelor’s Degree are not eligible to apply.
Students apply via an online application system, the link can be found on the MBAIM program page.
Before starting the online application, students should prepare the application documents. The list of applicaiton documents can be found on "How to Apply" page of our website.
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Campus France procedure
If you reside in one of the countries listed below, you will also have to apply for admission via the official government’s website for foreign students: www.campusfrance.org
Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, and Vietnam.
Both the direct application to IGR-IAE RENNES and the Campus France procedure should be conducted in parallel. If you need help with the application process, please contact your local French embassy or Campus France office for advice and guidance.
If your country is not listed here, you will only have to apply online.