Student profiles/Requirements of MIM

 Student profiles

The typical IIM MIM student averages 24 years old and had completed 3 or more years of post-secondary education before enrollment.

MIM students are coming from different countries. Many of them come from China, Russia & India as we have special partnerships with the top universities and intellectual developing centers in these countries. We also have students coming from Slovakia, Poland, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Georgia, Belarus, Turkey, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Korea, India, Cameroon, Seychelles, Colombia, Venezuela, Guatemala and of course from France.

Individuals holding an undergraduate degree equivalent to the Bachelor according to European standards (or 240 ECTS credits) from a recognized institution of higher education are eligible for the Master in Management.

Students can apply from Master 1 (for the 2-year program) or directly to Master 2 (for the final-year program). The Master is open to all students with a Bachelor degree, regardless of their previous fields of study. This creates an ambiance of cultural diversity and knowledge sharing during the course: engineers, social scientists, linguists and management students mix together to share their experiences. Whatever your initial background is (degree and professional experience), we truly believe in candidates’ potential and make it our mission to support and guide you to achieve your master’s degree and professional project.

The Master Program receives applications all-year- round. Download the Application Form on the right.

Application Requirements

• Bachelor’s Degree & Transcript

• Proficiency in English (Toefl IBT: 85 | IELTS: 6.0 | Bulats B2/C1 - 4 skills required)

• Students with Master 1 level are entitled to apply directly to Master 2 depending on the field & duration of Bachelor’s degree and professional experience

Class organization

Usually MIM has a group of 20-30 students per specialization. We limit the group at 30 students per group to assure the quality of the program and sufficient number of contact hours between professors and students.