Understand how the world is interconnected through finance, marketing, operations, economics, and strategy – using the same award-winning experiential approach as our Global MBA program.

The Master in International Business is a general program with a particular focus 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.

No business person can develop their full creative potential in isolation. With this in mind, the MIB combines academic excellence with an in-depth practical knowledge of business and business planning. In addition, our students are also offered a wide range of corporate visits and meetings, and lectures with managers and top executives from successful corporations.

Our innovative MIB curriculum combines solid grounding in business foundations and knowledge of international business environments.

Our degree emphasizes action learning such as live case studies, international consulting projects and internships, and study-abroad trips.

A dual degree with an MBA and MS is possible and allows you to obtain the generalist MBA degree and the specialization of the MS with fewer courses than it would take to earn them separately. This is accomplished by unifying required and elective courses common to both programs. Your advisor will help you with these details.

Additionally, you may combine two Business School MS degrees for in depth knowledge within multiple business areas. Please note, you must be admitted to both programs. A graduate advisor can help you with these details.