- The first semester consists of core modules common to allspecializations
• The second and third semesters consist of courses in the specialization and core module courses in International Trade
• The last semester consists of a mandatory internship placement for 6 months and a final Thesis presentation
The core modules are designed to build a concrete foundation in international business, finance and economics complementing the courses related to the specializations.
Professor Véronique Drecq
Head of International Marketing and Communications Department
The International Marketing specialization provides students with the opportunity to acquire solid marketing knowledge through current marketing issues and evolutions in a multicultural environment transmitting skills and developing competences to prepare marketing professionals with a global approach. The International Marketing specialization is offered both in English
and in French.
Supply Chain Management
Professor Btissam Moncef
Head of Supply Chain Management specialization Indeed, competition in today’s marketplace takes increasingly place between supply chains rather than between individual companies, whatever the industrial sector (automobile, aeronautic, fashion, electronic goods, information technology, food, etc...).
Identifying and overcoming the “weakest link” in the international logistics chain becomes vital for sustainable success. Optimization of service levels and costs should consequently be strived for all
along the supply chain, from the supplier of the supplier to the customer of the customer.
This specialization develops skills for future managers and « architects » of inter-companies flows – physical ones (raw materials, components, spare parts, finished products, waste),
informational ones (traceability, logistics controlling) and financial ones (ownership transfers, distribution of costs and profits).
International People Management
Professor Andres Davila
Head of International People Management specialization
The International People Management specialization was created to train students to better understand how to manage themselves and others in international organizations. The IPM specialization provides a multicultural environment where students can exchange and learn about other cultures discover their full potential and find out what position they can assume in the workplace. We encourage our students to take responsibilities and to promote new initiatives by implementing key competencies:
• Manage International teams
• Measure individual, team and organizational performance
• Implement social responsibility & diversity programs and policies
• Develop the skills of collaborators and identify potential
• Manage international mobility and human resources policies
• Manage and implement change initiatives
International Marketing specializations
The International Marketing specializations delivered in English and in French offer common objectives which equip students with the knowledge and tools needed to make strategic marketing decisions such as:
- Establishing and implementing a market study
- Understanding how to conduct a brand analysis
- Creating a marketing action plan
- Constructing a communications plan
- Mastering a marketing presentation
- Building a team vision
International Finance specialization
The students in the International Finance specialization are expected to achieve the following outcomes:
- Master the tools in evaluating financial performance
- Measure and understand the risks linked to activities of the financial market
- Understand the techniques to control and manage risks
- Acquire the principal usages of the banking and financial law
- Manage financial flows