MSc. in International Business Development



A 2-year Master degree Programme (100% English Programme, fast-track of 13-months) that is designed to allow recent graduates and experienced professionals to build strong theoretical foundations in business management and gain the necessary management and analytical skills to become successful business consultants, analysts or managers in today’s increasingly globalized business environment. Classes last from September to May, followed by an internship of a minimum of 4 months along with an executive report.

Obtaining a dual-degree is possible from either UK or Germany.

The Programme is fully-accredited by ‘Conférence des Grandes Ecoles’.

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Students and professionals who want to develop modern business visions and pragmatic management skills to address international issues


  • Taught entirely in English.
  • Ranked in Best Innovative Masters by SMBG Eduiversal.
  • Possibility to obtain a double-degree.
  • Consultancy project for local SMEs
  • Real-life business cases.
  • Multicultural student group.
  • Internships in France or abroad in SMEs and multinational companies.


Admission Requirements for International students:

  • A bachelor degree
  • Proficiency in English (Official TOEFL score of 550 at least, or IELTS 6.0)

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The Programme is offered to students who wish to develop modern business visions and pragmatic management skills to succeed in a fast-paced changing business environment.

Study Curriculum:

The study curriculum covers a wide It covers a wide range of core business development concepts and methodologies, including: International Business, E-business, International Commerce, International Transport and Logistics, and Business Game.

The curriculum equips graduates with the business approaches, skills and mindset required for success in international business. Students are trained for the development and set up of businesses through strengthening their management skills, broadening their knowledge about international trade techniques, and widening their intercultural and geopolitical visions.