Advanced Master in Strategy and Management of International Business (MS SMIB)

Why start your SMIB at ESSEC?

1 Discover Europe starting in France at the historic campus

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2 Delve into the Asian experience with Asian SMIB

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3 Study in Morocco with a focus on African diaspora

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4 Or in the USA, Canada or Mexico!

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5 Choose from one of the 8 specialized tracks

6 Acquire a double-degree in USA or Mexico

7 Carry out a company mission 

8 Put down your mission in a professional thesis

Write your professional thesis

9 Join a network of 55000+ alumni worldwide

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10 Indulge in SMIB-exclusive humanitarian associations

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