International University of Monaco (IUM)
International University of Monaco MBA
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Why the MBA at IUM?
- The Economist "Which MBA" Ranked 89th in Top 100 MBA Programs in the World (+5)
- 9th worldwide for geographical diversity. The Economist "Which MBA"
- 19th worldwide for post-MBA salary. The Economist "Which MBA"
- SMBG (EDUNIVERSAL) rankings of 20 Top MBA programs in France: Monaco MBA number Four
- CNN Expansion ranking of Top Global MBA Programs, number 66
- An average gross salary of €105K within 3 years after graduation
- Every MBA Class represents around 18 different nationalities
- Average number of languages spoken by students: 4
- Average years of professional experience: 7
- Placement Rate: average of 81% within three months
What Are Our Alumni Doing Now?
- 40% of our MBA Alumni are working outside their native country
- 25% of our MBA Alumni have created their own successful businesses
- Our most recent alumni are currently working in very diverse and prestigious firms such as Amazon; Microsoft; IBM; Deloitte Touche Consulting; Bottega Veneta; Giorgio Armani; and Accenture.
Some Key Strenghts?
- Learn, grow, network, and succeed
- Internationally top ranked and AMBA accredited program.
- One of the highest placement rates upon graduation of any MBA program.
- Select and diverse student body from around the world.
MBA Student Voices
Full-Time (10 months) or Flexible Schedule (up to 3-years)
3 Specializations: Finance, Luxury Mngt,Entrepreneurship and Innovation
6 weeks of conferences, networking opportunities, courses, guest lectures
A dedicated career and personal development coach for the MBA students
IUM MBA Curriculum
- A 3 or 4-year university degree
- Proof of English proficiency
- A minimum of 3 years of work experience
Examples of Admissions Essay questions
- Describe your current responsibilities and career path, including both short and long-term goals.
- What arguments would you use to demonstrate your capacity to perform well in the program?
- How do other people see you in terms of strengths and weaknesses?
- Describe your most important achievement and its importance to your personal development.
- To be a good team player, one needs to be an effective individual leader and vice-versa. Describe an example of where you were challenged to become a leader in a team-oriented context. What was the challenge you faced, how did you address it, and what did you take away from the experience for your future development as a leader?