A global approach to international business
The business community of tomorrow will have to take on an ever more global level of responsibility, with respect to both internal and external clients, to society as a whole and to the environment. Business leaders will be held accountable for their actions by future generations.
Those values and concepts are at the core of BEM’s Master in International Business . The global business environment is constantly evolving and challenging common-sense ways of thinking.
Our programme explores the various cultural and geopolitical factors that make up today’s complex international business environment. It recreates the complexities of this ever-changing global context to help students succeed in their future careers.
A top MSc ranked by the Financial Times
International rankings take into account a wide range of assessment criteria: research, relationships with the corporate world, professional prospects of graduates, international dimension, teaching methods and acceptance selectivity.
BEM programmes are well placed in national and international rankings. Our international recognition is strong and lasting, as evidenced by the Financial Times ranking, in which BEM's position shows steady progress (currently ranked 28th out of the 50 best business management Masters in the world).
The Financial Times ranking confirms the school’s international importance, by including BEM in the world’s 65 best Masters in management programmes for the fourth year running.
Electives for challenging careers
During the second semester, students can choose elective courses in: