MBA (Master 2) in International Management

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International Program Coordinator

+ 33 2 23 23 77 79

Deadline for applications:
April 30 (after this date contact us)

Classes begin:
First days of September

End of academic year:
September 30 (including internship period)


The Master in International Management launched in September 2008 by the University of Rennes1’s Graduate School of Management (IGR-IAE Rennes) is specifically aimed at English-speaking students with a Bachelor's degree.

The specificity of the program is to combine intensive French language courses with a comprehensive academic program in Management taught exclusively in English.


The main aim of the course is to provide students with the essential skills necessary to pursue a career as an International Business Executive.
The Master's program develops students' capabilities to succeed in a dynamic global business environment wiithin international companies.

Tailor-made for future managers, the program arms students with a panorama of up-to-date and indispensable «hard» and «soft» skills in International Management, which will help them incorporate the main steps of the companies' internationalization, by emphasizing on the interdependence of strategic, cultural, commercial, legal, financial and managerial issues.


Semester 1

TU 1: Innovation

TU 2: Project Managment

TU 3: Human Resources Management

TU 4: Strategy

TU 5: Marketing

TU 6: Industrial & Logistics Management

TU 7: Financial Management


Semester 2

TU 8: Management Control

TU 9: International Finance

TU 10: Legal and Fiscal Framework

TU 11: Internationalization & Management

TU 12: Intercultural Management

TU 13: Management Game

TU 14: Internship & report


Tuition fees:

Tuition fees for the academic year, inclusive of  hours of French classes, is 6990 EUROS. This does not include affiliation to the French student social security scheme (243 € for the 2019-2020 academic year) and other living expenses.

Les candidats français doivent suivre la même procédure que les étudiants anglophones.