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Bachelor in INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
Overview of Studies

The Bachelor’s program allows the student to discover the numerous subjects (economics, finance, marketing, management…) that deepens their understanding and knowledge of business and management. At the end of the 3rd year, students carry out a six-month internship in a company. They also spent a semester abroad in a partner university.



Year 1: FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS

  • Business Statistics
  • Principles of Management
  • Introduction to Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Language courses (Chinese, Spanish or French)
  • Microeconomics
  • Sales techniques
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Data analysis and decison making
  • Macroeconomics
  • Tool kit

All coursework is completed at ISG Paris.

Internship Time frame: 3 months in France or abroad.


Year 2: MANAGEMENT CORE COMPETENCES

Option 1
  • Semester 3 & 4: Coursework is completed at ISG Paris
Option 3
  • Semester 3 & 4: Coursework is completed at Middlesex University (London, Dubai, Malta and Mauritius)
Option 2
  • Semester 3: Coursework is completed at ISG Paris
  • Semester 4: Coursework is completed at a partner institution
Internship Time frame: 3 months in France or abroad

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Year 3: Specialization

All coursework is completed at ISG Paris

Core courses: Business Policy, Business Strategy, Corporate finance

Internship Time frame: 6 months in France or abroad

Four majors to choose from
International Business

Business is no longer confined to geographic borders and thus requires individuals who are able to build and lead organizations that are competitive and relevant in the global marketplace. Firmly understanding global demands, intercultural relationships, and optimizing market opportunities are key to successfully navigating in today’s fierce global business environment.

Expected courses: Negotiating International Projects, Managing cultural Differences, Comparative law 

Marketing & Sales

Recognizing market opportunities, trends, and global influences are all driving forces that ensure an organization’s relevance. Understanding customer relationship management, scalability, positioning, and the cultural influences of a product, idea, or service are also quintessential lessons to learn for today’s business environment.

Expected courses: Consumer behavior and advertising, e-commerce, services Marketing, Sales ans sales management

Finance & Economics

Deeply understanding the economic implications and drivers that enable an organization to be self-sustainable, and thrive in any diverse economic climate is the core of business. Furthermore, acquiring data, critically analyzing and forecasting valuation through financial and economic analysis are vital skills to refine.

Expected courses: International Finance, Financial Markets, Portfolio Management, Mergers & Acquisitions

Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneur is a vector for wealth creation and employment. Starting a business is having the desire and energy to make a significant promise to oneself, but also to act methodically to avoid strategic and management mistakes - the primary reasons for bankruptcies. Assessing and developing a business plan, building a business model integrating a financial approach, developing new products and services or turning opportunities into profitable activity  are key elements to ensure the sustainability of one’s activity and its development.

Expected courses : Business to Business Marketing, Introduction to Entrepreneurship, Advanced entrepreneurship, Strategic Audit