International Business - 233 - 2nd year of master's degree

Program Objectives of the Master's Degree in International Business

The Master in International Business (MIB) program aims to provide students with skills in international strategy and management. Its focus on project management, new technologies and digital innovation, allows them to do business in an increasingly global and digital environment.

The Master in International Business (MIB) is a unique 2-year, 120 ECTS program (Master level certification) in international business, with a concentration on digital projects. The program trains brilliant, open-minded students who want to pursue an exciting and meaningful international career and make a difference.

A Corporate-Oriented Program

  • An International Dauphine-PSL Master highly regarded by companies
  • Students apprentice in large, international corporations and innovative startups
  • Over 20 companies keep trusting the MIB year after year; Company executives teach 50% of courses
  • Support is provided to find your apprenticeship including job dating with companies; 90% of apprenticeships are signed before September

An International Experience

  • Unique, globally focused curriculum covering three essential areas: International Management, Digital Technology Management, and Project Management
  • 2 international field trips offering valuable experiences such as attending conferences, visiting companies, and networking with international MIB Alumni: a summer program in London (optional), as well as a learning expedition held in May (recent destinations included Shanghai, Dublin, and Israel)
  • All classes conducted in English by a diverse faculty of national and international professors; approximately 40% of students in the program are from foreign countries, representing 20 different nationalities; opportunities for academic exchange and dual-degree programs available (currently partnering with LUISS in Rome and the University of Tongji in Shanghai)

Types of education
Initial training
Work-based training
ECTS Credits
120 credits
Initial training with a 24-week internship
No work-based training
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year


  • Aurore HAAS

    Associate Professor

    Director of the 2nd year of the Master's degree - International Business

  • Céline THILLIER

    Teaching assistant

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After Dauphine

1 Month

job hunting's average duration

85,2 %

Professional integration rate


Median salary

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