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GGSB MIB (Master in International Business)

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This course prepares students for business management roles with an international perspective. The programme is designed by the triple-accredited Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB) and delivered at De Broc School of Business. The course focuses on modern business skills and approaches to management in order to produce the next generation of international and global managers. The MIB has been ranked 20th worldwide in the 2015 Financial Times Master’s in Management ranking.

Up to £4,000 scholarships available for this programme.


Why this course?


This course will equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills needed to excel in the world of international business and management. You will benefit from the vast experience and skills of our tutors, who all have great links to the business industry. Class sizes are deliberately small so that you can receive a high amount of contact time, and enjoy plenty of opportunities to participate during class.

Successful applicants will study towards an MIB from the triple-accredited institution, Grenoble Graduate School of Business. Triple accreditation is an honour shared by less than 1% of the world's elite business schools.

  • AMBA (Association of MBAs) – UK accreditation body
  • EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) – EU accreditation body
  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) – USA accreditation body


Who is this course for?


The MIB course is ideal for individuals keen to broaden their business knowledge and develop their managerial skills with an international perspective in mind. Students will usually aspire to work in a top-level role within a multinational organisation.


What will you learn?


The MIB is a challenging and intensive, but highly rewarding programme. During the first year, you will cover core management principles from an international perspective, revisiting all of the essentials of international business. Your second year will be devoted entirely to the International Management Project.

You will have the opportunity to undertake an internship or work full-time whilst carrying out your project – which can be conducted from anywhere in the world. You will also have the opportunity to study a foreign language.


Course structure


The programme is a comprehensive examination of general management topics, studied from an international perspective. There is a strong focus on knowledge and skills required by managers in both private and public sectors internationally. Core management techniques are analysed and approached from different perspectives to understand their application on a global scale.

Foreign language skills are essential to succeed in business today, and this programme offers the opportunity to learn an additional language. The programme requires a full time commitment from students during the first year of study, but is followed by a period of up to one year to complete the Final Management Project. Students can work on this project from anywhere in the world, whether taking on an internship*, full time employment, or utilising the full time available to complete the project. 



Year 1



Introduction session

  • Academic Writing and Presentation Skills
  • Case-based Group Learning
  • Introduction to IT and Online Library and Learning Platforms
  • Excel skills Training & Examinations


  • International Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
  • Budgeting and Controlling

Finance and Economics

  • Corporate Finance
  • Managerial Economics
  • International Financial Risk Management
  • Microeconomics of Competitiveness

Strategy and Operations

  • Strategic Management
  • Project Management
  • International Operations and Supply Chain Management


  • Global Marketing Management
  • Business Analysis and Consulting

Managing Technology and Innovation

  • Managing Technology and Innovations
  • Information Systems for Digital Business

International Management

  • Intercultural Management
  • Managing People and Organisations

International Business

  • International Negotiation
  • The Legal Environment of International Business
  • Global Business Operations - The Serious Game
  • Global Trade Relations

Business Research
and Analysis

  • Research Methodology for Managers
  • Quantitative Methods for Business Research


*Content subject to change.



Year 2


Final Management


At the end of the taught part of the programme each student will be required to complete a Final Management Project of approximately 20,000 words in length, under the guidance of a tutor.

To successfully complete the Final Management Project, you are required to address a particular research question or knowledge gap in the field of your study.

This should be business oriented and coherent with your programme’s objectives. You may also choose to write your Final Management Project on a topic grounded in your internship experience. 

The Final Management Project is completed remotely and you are not required to be present on campus during the second year of the programme. You may also work whilst completing your Final Management Project.    



Module content


The MIB (Master in International Business) programme delivers a comprehensive study of the fundamental concepts in international business, preparing those with no prior experience for career success with major international businesses.



This module will examine the basic concepts and principles of marketing and familiarise students with the role of marketing within an organisation. Students will learn how knowledge of customer needs and use of effective marketing generates profits. These concepts will then be applied from an international perspective and provide students with an understanding of the challenges that arise within international marketing environments and how to adjust basic marketing principles to remain relevant.





Accounting within any market is affected by international developments, and this module offers an introduction to both accounting and financial reporting in a multinational environment. Students' knowledge of accounting will be expanded with an international approach to the factors that influence the development of accounting and reporting around the world. This module prepares graduates for effectively reading and interpreting financial statements.


Finance and Economics



The aim of this module is to familiarise students with the fundamentals of both micro and macro-economics and their relation to international trade. One of the most important decisions faced by managers of corporations is the selection and financing of investment projects. Students will be introduced to the techniques used to evaluate investments from an international perspective.


IT and web applications


The development, implementation, and management of Information Systems within an organisation is critical to the success of business objectives. Students will be introduced to the issues that arise with the globalisation of trade and the growing complexities of internet-based systems, learning to address the challenges of constantly changing information needs.







Strategy and Operations



Students will learn how to understand the symptoms and deal with the root causes of a problem. The development of a framework for decision-making will be facilitated through discussions of strategic planning, management, and analysis. The module helps students practise presenting and defending solutions and executing strategic decision in uncertain situations.


International Business
This module will help students become familiar with the legal aspects of international business and to apply legal concepts to genuine business situations. Students will study the impact of regulations on international business and how strategies are developed and how foreign legislation is considered.
International Management
Globalisation is a growing feature of modern business and managers of both international and domestic organisations must have the knowledge and skills necessary to integrate themselves within the international market. Although multinationals have greater opportunity in terms of diversification and financing sources, there are also greater risks involved such as exchange rate fluctuations and political instability.
Foreign Language
Students are required to learn the basics of French and to use the language in accordance with business. If students already speak French, alternative languages are offered.
Career progression

The Master in International Business course opens graduates up to many professional opportunities, familiarising you with the essential knowledge needed to secure employment in international organisations. De Broc Business School has an extensive network of corporate partners worldwide that you will benefit from the chance to network with, alongside an exceptional careers development team offering services including interview preparation, internship opportunities and weekly job vacancies.

Potential future job titles include Marketing Director, Global Director and International Manager. 

Entry requirements

• Undergraduate degree at 2:1 or equivalent (e.g 60%) from a recognised university (assessed by GGSB admission board)
• GMAT is not an obligatory requirement, but is considered an advantage and may be required for some
applications (target score 550)
• Only UK and EEA students can apply for GGSB courses

English proficiency options:

• TOEFL – 94 (22 minimum in each component)
• IELTS - 6.5 (6.0 minimum in each component)
• PTE - 63 (51 minimum in each component)
• Cambridge Proficiency Exam: A, B, C

GGSB Master in International Business (MIB) is not eligible for Tier 4 sponsorship under the Point Based System. Non EEA nationals with the existing visas should contact The International Visa Office team on + 44 203 1377 022 or e-mail to find out if they are eligible to join the course.


To apply for this programme, candidates must complete the online application (link below) and include scanned copies of all original supporting documents. All documents must be in English, or be submitted with a certified translation into English if written in an another language.


  • CV/Résumé
  • 3 short essays
  • 2 references (professional or academic) family members or friends are not acceptable as referees
  • Scan of passport
  • Internationally recognized passport picture
  • Fluency in English (TOEFL, PTE, IELTS or CPE):
    • TOEFL: IBT: 94 (minimum score of 22 in each band) 
    • IELTS: 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in all areas (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking)
    • Cambridge Proficiency Exam: A,B,C
    • Pearson Test of English (PTE) with a minimum of 63
    • TOEIC is not accepted
  • Please note English test scores must be communicated by the beginning of July
  • Official copy of latest degree or diploma
  • University transcripts: front/back with grading scale

Please note that for your initial application we ask only for copies of documents. If you are accepted to a programme, we will then request the original certificates or certified copies. This request will be made in your acceptance letter.

You may be asked to participate in an interview. You will be notified if an interview is necessary after the Admission Board meets.



UK/EU: £18,688/full programme


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