By combining lessons and professional experience, the International Business & NCT Projects (MIB) program aims to provide students with international management, project management, new technologies and digital innovations knowledge and skills, allowing them to do business in an increasingly global and digital environment.
The MIB is a unique, 2-year, 120 ECTS PSL Master’s program (Grade Master) in international business management, with a concentration on digital projects. The program trains brilliant, open minded students, future managers who want to pursue a distinguished international career and to make a difference.
A Corporate-Oriented Program
- An International Dauphine-PSL Master highly regarded by companies;
- Apprentice students work in large, International corporations and innovative startups;
- More than 20 companies trust the MIB year after year; 50% of courses taught by company executives.
- Support is provided to find your apprenticeship including speed dating with companies; 90% of apprenticeships signed before September.
An International Experience
- A unique, international curriculum with three key topics: International Management, Digital Technology Management, Project Management,
- 2 International Field Trip experiences: conferences, company visits, meeting with international MIB Alumni in London (optional) and in Asia.
- 100% of classes taught in English by national and international professors; about 40% foreign students in the program; academic exchange opportunities.
By enrolling at Dauphine - PSL, you are joining Université PSL. Ranked among the world’s top 50 universities (THE , QS), PSL offers a world-class graduate education at the Master’s and PhD levels that draws on the scientific strengths of its component schools. Your courses are being provided by Dauphine - PSL, while your degree will be issued by Université PSL.
- Types of education
- Initial training
- Work-based training
- ECTS Credits
- 60 credits
No work-based training
- Type of Diploma
- Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
- Academic Year