Master in Business Studies
The 18 months of full-time Global MBA is IS-DBA’s top rated program, spread across 4 semesters which includes 3 months of intensive pre-entry program consisting of French language and business classes. The structure of the program is designed to provide students the best industry exposure and a cherishing classroom environment, to support them become the leaders of tomorrow.
100% courses in English
for Bac+3 / Bac+4
MBA is based on a well-defined pedagogy: case studies, situational exercises, monitoring projects, activity reports, and professional memoirs. Our MBA allows the students to develop their professional network as well as the soft skills essential to their professional practice. Because our goal is professional specialization, students in initial training must complete six months of internship. The MBA allows them to develop their professional network as well as the soft skills essential to their professional practice.
This program includes technical modules on the major management science disciplines and may also include one or two specialized modules. There are also MBAs that specialize in a specific market or discipline.
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, ENGLISH 80% - FRENCH 20%
Part of the course is taught in English. Personal and research papers can be prepared and written in English. Depending on the student’s preferences, the proportion of teaching in English will be 80%.
MBA CALENDAR FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
PRE-ENTRY : WELCOME AND REFURBISHMENT
A welcome period during which students will undergo intensive training in French language and civilization, as well as a disciplinary refresher.
Two sessions of this welcome period take place depending on the arrival date of the students:
October to December
TWO SEMESTERS OF COURSES
Semester A: 10 weeks of lessons + 2 weeks of exams between April and June
Semester B: 10 weeks of lessons + 2 weeks of exams between October and December
PROFESSIONAL PROJECT AND WRITING OF A RESEARCH PROJECT
A period of 3 months is devoted to writing a professional research project. This consists of the following elements:
Analysis of his future profession and his job market
Benchmarking and business valuation
Construction of a problem and structuring of research axes
Field survey hypotheses and methodology
Bibliography / Websites
Students who have joined the start of the October academic year will do this work during the January-February period.
Students who joined the start of the March school year will do this work during the July-September period.
INTERNSHIP OR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Students, regardless of their start date of training, will end it with a 6-month internship which will lead to an internship thesis based on both the professional research project, the internship and the Classes.
ONLINE APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR SEPTEMBER 2023
There is a rolling admissions process, with application deadlines throughout the year. Places will be allocated to successful applicants on a continual basis, so we would recommend applying early to guarantee your place. Once the program is full, a waitlist will come into effect.
YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION
- Academic transcripts (including official translations if appropriate)
- Evidence of english language ability (if applicable)
- Motivation letter (500 words)
- Outline why you wish to study for the diploma. You should focus on the organisational, strategic and/or financial challenges you are currently facing and explain how you think the programme will help you address these challenges.
- What are your main achievements in your current position and what were your reasons for taking this position?
ANY FOREIGN STUDENT MAY ENROLL IN OUR PROGRAM, PROVIDED THAT HE OR SHE COMPLIES WITH OUR ADMISSION PROCEDURE AND RECEIVES A FAVORABLE OPINION.
The steps of the admission procedure are as follows:
- Fill up the form linked here specifying the professional project
- Meet with the course director.
- Send the requested documents if needed.
- Pay all or part of your tuition fees, if agreed.
Specializations and specific courses
Management, entrepreneurship and business creation
Operational management, profitability analysis, business creation and development strategies
Webmarketing and digital marketing
Website creation and referencing, Community Management, Data analyst
Risk modalisation and analysis
Economic and mathematical modeling, data analysis tools and econometrics, international macro-environmental risks
Local and international sustainable development
Sustainable development law, economics and policy, local development economics and policy, international trade law, economics and policy