Executive Advanced Master Strategy & Management of International Business (SMIB)
The goal of this program is to train professionals specializing in international affairs, including strategists, negotiators, financiers, marketing specialists, and managers well-versed in cultural differences.
This is an interdisciplinary training program, giving high-level executives a chance to gain a global vision of the company in a context of international expansion, and thus increase their career opportunities.
Application fee : €200
Price : €26,500 (excl. VAT)
Early Bird offer: €25,000 (excl. VAT) - until September 2016
Diploma : The Diplôme Manager du développement international (MS), is certified and registered by the French Ministry of Labour, Employment, Vocational Training and Social Dialogue, code NSF 310n, professional certification Level 1 (Fr) and Level 7 (EU), as registered in the Répertoire National des Certifications Professionelles (RNCP) by Decree 30/08/2016, published in the Official Journal 07/09/2016; it is entitled "Mastère Spécialisé® Strategy & Management of International Business" as accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE).
Admission : Bac+4 or equivalent level and at least 3 years of professional experience.
Selection : Examination of candidate application. Test of aptitude for management studies (TAGE MAGE or GMAT), English language test (TOEIC or TOEFL), interview before a jury
« The SMIB Executive Advanced Master is an obvious choice and a great added value for an international career. It has been tailored to better understand the challenges of international businesses and provide all the key competencies to work in a company with an international exposure. Moreover, the professional thesis, which concludes the program, is a concrete implementation of what was learned during courses. It's a lot of work, but the experience is definitely worth it. »
François ROYER - Sales Manager, Intespace
Testimonial, Academic Director
« The Executive Advanced Master in Strategy & Management of International Business aims executives who wish to give a twist to their international or strategic career. »
Anne-Flore Maman Larraufie, Academic Director
|Duration:||62 days over 13 months|
|Date:||June 15, 2017|
|Location:||CNIT Paris La Défense and Singapore|
|Format:||2 days every 2 weeks (Friday / Saturday)|
|Average professional experience:||12|
Interview of the SMIB Academic Director
Arab Luxury World conference at Dubai / AF Maman Larraufie
Remise de diplômes Mastère Spécialisé ® - 2015
Anne-Flore Maman Larraufie
Anne-Flore Maman Larraufie is the Academic Director Advanced Masters in Strategy & Management of International Business. She holds a Masters in Strategy and Management of International Business from ESSEC Business School (France), a Certificate in Advanced Studies at Thunderbird Business School (USA) and completed her Ph.D. in Business Administration at ESSEC. Following several business experiences in well-known companies (EADS, LVMH) she set-up her own consulting agency SémioConsult® in 2010 and is currently an expert on Made in France and Luxury for the French Ministry of Economy.Paul Andre
teaches Financial Statements Analysis and Business Valuation in the MSc and various Advanced Masters Programs, EMS and Executive Education programs. His research has focused on the topics of financial reporting, earnings quality, corporate governance, ownership structures, auditing and mergers and acquisitions.Véronique Buisson
Finance Department,ESSEC Business School Associate Teaching Professor, Véronique Buisson joined ESSEC in 1996. She holds a Ph.D in Economy and International Finance (Paris IX-Dauphine). Before ESSEC, Veronique has been a Financial Advisor for the French Board for Foreign Trade and a Project Manager for Eastern countries in the banking sector. She wrote for the French Board for Foreign Trade the MOCI. At ESSEC, she writes practical cases in association with banks (Calyon, HSBC, Banque Palatine...). Veronique has also decided to develop expertise on structured export finance and project finance, and to expand the range of languages used in her cases, with the introduction of oriental languages such as Russian and Arabic.Chris Carriero
Fabrice Cavarretta is a professor in Management and Entrepreneurship at ESSEC Business School. He was trained at Ecole Polytechnique (BA Math), Stanford/ENSTA (Ms CS), Harvard (MBA) and INSEAD (PhD). He teaches mainly the Leadership and Entrepreneurial Manager course in master programs, coordinates the PhD Entrepreneurship seminar, and recently developed Corporate Venturing course for executives.yyAurélien Colson
Aurélien Colson teaches negotiation in the MSc and Executive Education. He coordinates negotiation trainings for the European Commission, the French ministry of Foreign Affairs, and ENA. His research is focused on negotiation techniques, conflict resolution processes, and change management.Jean-Loup Decatra
Academic Director of the Executive Master in Accounting and Finance, Wolfgang Dick teaches Financial Accounting inFrench, English and German. His research interests focus on national and international financial accounting and corporate governance. Wolfgang has co-edited the textbook Comptabilité financière sous IFRS with F. Missonier-Piera (2nd ed. published in 2009). Wolfgang has also worked for almost 3 years for PSA Peugeot-Citroën as Head of Accounting Studies and Methods.Hubert Faucher
Hubert Faucher is a Professor and Consultant at ESSEC. First an International Business Development Executive for a major French industrial equipment supplier, he now teaches BtoB Marketing and Key Account Management. Hubert developed his expertise in business development and training program management. His blog, http://www.relation-btob.com, demonstrates more on his academic and consulting activities.Olivier Fourcadet
Professor at ESSEC in the Management department , he teaches strategic management, competitive strategy and sustainable development . His research focuses knew the interactions between stakeholders and key challenges for the future of agriculture and the food chain.Maggie Gorse
Professor at ESSEC Business School, he is the Academic Directo of the program Stratedic Management of Innovation and Services, the Director of the iMagination Center, Deputy Director of the Grande Ecole pprogram on ESSEC's Asia-Pacific campus and a Research Associate at the IREPH (Research Institute in Philosophy). He holds a Master in Management, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Université Paris Ouest and he graduated from the International Teachers Programme (HEC Paris).Peter O'Connor
International Teachers Programme (ITP), Stockholm School of Economics,Ph.D., Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, ScotlandMaster of Science (Management Information Systems), Trinity College, Dublin, IrelandBachelor in Management Science (Honours 2.1), Trinity College, Dublin, IrelandHigher Diploma in Hotel and Catering Management, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland Professor of Information Systems at ESSEC Business School France, where he also serves as Academic Director of Institute de Management Hotelier International (IMHI), Europe’s leading MBA program in international hospitality management. He holds one of the first Doctorates to focus on the application of e-commerce to travel and tourism.Raffaele Muscetta
- Acquire strong skills in varied yet complementary fields: strategy, management, international business, international marketing and international finance.
- Understand the risks involved in an ever-changing international environment.
- Deepend the knowledge and ability to develop effective international strategies.
- Develop an awareness of the influence of cultures and civilizations in decision-making and management processes through the acquisition of a global vision of large economic and social systems worldwide.
Professionals working or wishing to work internationally in the following fields:
- Commercial (business engineer, import/export manager, etc.)
- Financial (financial engineer, business analyst, etc.)
- Marketing (international product manager, marketing manager, research manager, etc.)
- Consulting (risk-management consulting, international development consulting, etc.)
- Management (office manager, foreign subsidiary manager, project manager, etc.).