INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT COURSE

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INITIAL OR ALTERNATE COURSE

EBS PARIS DELIVERS A MASTER GRADE
AND TITLE RNCP LEVEL 7

GOALS

This specialization is a general preparation for trades in international trade, that is to say to be able to manage market / product developments, teams and organizations in an international framework.

At the end of this course, students will have acquired the following skills:

  • Understand global business development strategies
  • Knowing how to innovate in new international and digital markets
  • Knowing how to manage international commercial management processes
  • Knowing how to communicate and manage people in an international context

The courses are taught by recognized experts in their fields. Learning is also done in project mode with partner companies that propose issues related to their immediate business concerns. They are also very involved in the evaluation of our students.

PROGRAM

MASTER 1

During this first year of specialization, students are offered theoretical courses and practical applications through case studies and professional projects. In addition to specialization courses, students benefit from other courses in organizational strategy, management, marketing strategy, team management or project management in order to have a global managerial vision and to address all facets of strategy.

MASTER 2

All courses are specialization-specific and aim to equip students to be able to conduct business at an international level, with the appropriate skills in the areas of project management, marketing, human resources, finance. .

They should be able to:

  • Identify and exploit potential in a global market
  • Establish strategic choices for an international location (area, shape, etc.)
  • Conduct international negotiations (call for tenders, etc.)
  • Manage a team and / or a project in a multicultural context

Please note that all 5th year courses are in English as well as all 4th year pre-specialization and specialization courses.

PEDAGOGICAL MEANS

  • Course / TD,
  • Classroom case studies,
  • Group work during the (school) period alternating with EBS,
  • Interventions by professionals
  • Individual or group defenses following research and / or studies requested by the professors (use of online libraries such as Cyberlibris),
  • “Learning center” available to students: digital databases accessible online such as Scholarvox, Xerfi, Cairn, EBSCO etc.
  • Individual e-learning work

EVALUATION PROCEDURES

Each module comprises an individual assessment in the form of a written examination or an oral presentation, to which may be added an assessment of the student’s participation / presentations in the work carried out in class.

The written exam largely consists of an individual reflection by the student on topics covered during the lessons, which implies having understood the concepts studied in class, but also being able to describe their implementation of practical way in a real case indicated in the subject of the exam.

TESTIMONY

Alexandre PETIT – Class of 2013 Account Growth Manager – Rappi, Brazil

ABOUT EBS: EBS Paris opened the doors to international markets for me! After an exchange semester at Centro Universitario – Madrid and at Berkeley College – New York, as well as an internship at Bouygues in London, I had the opportunity to do a gap year as Customer Operation at Nike then as E-Commerce Business Development at Pernod Ricard. These multiple experiences confirmed my desire to work internationally.

ABOUT THE MASTER: The “International Business Management” specialization allowed me to adapt quickly abroad by working with different cultures. Thanks to the “International Consulting” Project, I was able to put into practice what teachers and professionals taught me and which still serve me today.

WHAT I AM MOST PROUD OF: To have moved to Brazil and to be able to evolve quickly by having important responsibilities. After my diploma, I moved to São Paulo to join the Colombian start-up Rappi, a company specializing in on-demand delivery. This entity recently established in Brazil, with strong growth, has recently become one of the rare unicorns in Latin America.

I am currently Account Growth Manager in charge of the management of Major International Accounts. I appreciate the trust placed in me, the independence in my work and the collaboration with different nationalities. It’s a daily challenge!

ALEXANDRA SAADA EBS PARIS 2016, IN CHARGE OF CANAL + TELECOM COST CONTROL

“I entered EBS Paris after a Bac ES. The international openness attracted me, as well as the partnerships with foreign universities. I spent my third year abroad.
In the first semester, I studied at Berkeley College. In the second, I was in Puerto Rico interning at Carribean Cinemas, leader of cinemas and owner of shopping centers in the Caribbean Islands, as Business Developer / Real Estate assistant.
I have always been drawn to television, music and movies. I built my professional project around these themes. First, at Canal + Antilles as sales assistant, then at Carribean Cinemas in Puerto Rico and finally as Project Office Manager at Canal + Overseas, at the head office in Boulogne. At the end of my end-of-studies internship, I was hired. Today, I work for the Canal + Télécom subsidiary which offers internet, television and telephone services in the West Indies and Reunion Island. I am in charge of several development, harmonization and quality improvement projects. “