The world of business requires experienced professionals with advanced knowledge in various fields of effective management, while at the same time demanding personal skills such as flexibility, adaptability, reflection, determination and creativity. They must master and use a wide range of management techniques, including awareness of the most up-to-date theoretical knowledge and current market trends in the business world.
The Master of International Business focuses on the international aspects of management needed in today’s business world. The program integrates studies in all of the areas of business activity in a quest to develop the most reliable policies and strategies that successfully achieve the objectives of a company in an international environment.
The MIB is underpinned by the four fundamental elements of a successful international business education, crucial for establishing roles in today’s multinational and multicultural firms involved in the constantly evolving world of global business:
- Functional methods and techniques.
- Personal development.
- The importance of strategic information decision-making.
- Creativity and innovation.
At the end of the program the students will have the option to complete a two-week residential stay at Pace University (New York).
The MIB encompasses all aspects of corporate administration. The program integrates insight into all areas of commercial activity with the aim of developing the most effective strategies for achieving the company’s objectives in an international setting.
The MIB brings together all the knowledge and skills required to ensure a successful international business education: the functional techniques and most innovative methods, confidence in decision-making creativity, innovation and personal development. Everything you need to operate effectively in multinational, multicultural companies.
The program combines academic excellence and an in-depth practical approach, including corporate meetings, company visits and conferences with highly-respected executives.