The International MBA is a challenging program allowing students to build a firm foundation through core courses in business and management theories. Students also complete capstone modules, consisting of business simulations which enable students to become decision-makers in a fast-paced environment. Our mission is to apply course-based learning to real world situations. The International MBA uses case studies and real-world examples to make academic learning relevant and immediately applicable. As students typically bring strong professional experience to the classroom, learning is particularly dynamic and interactive: syllabi clarify the body of knowledge to be mastered, while reference textbooks facilitate student preparation and home-learning. Our experienced international faculty brings academic and professional learning to life. Our specialized faculty members collectively bring cutting-edge teaching methods to the table, ensuring that students receive quality training in International Management and Business. During the International MBA program, students advance their skills and knowledge in business and management in order to take the next step in their international careers. Paris School of Business stresses the importance of real business case studies, in-company projects, and hands-on learning. We also train students in a specific field such as finance, marketing and management which are sought-after domains in the business world of today. International MBA students also have the opportunity to complete an internship of up to 6 months in France or abroad. This optional internship provides students with the ideal opportunity to put their newly acquired skills into practice in a real business setting.
The program is highly regarded in the international arena in both Europe and North America and credits are issued directly from the University of Economics Prague (in Czech this university is called VSE, VysokÃ¡ Å¡kola ekonomickÃ¡ v Praze). Upon a students' completion of the coursework, the professors submit their grades to the Director of the program and the Dean of the College of International Relations signs off on the transcripts. Most importantly, VSE operates in accordance with the principles of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and all courses at the university are approved by the Czech Ministry of Education. Students accepted into the program may enroll in no more than two courses during the program. They are required to attend all sessions including all site visits to businesses and off campus guest lectures provided as part of the academic component. The courses meet all University of Economics course policies, they are intensive in nature and we are bound to conforming to the VSE grading scale. We will provide you with the course syllabi upon request. The total amount of academic hours per course is: 45 direct contact hours = 4 transfer credit hours in the North American system 45 direct contact hours = 7 transfer credit hours in the ECTS European system The academic rigor of these courses approved by VSE are at the upper level undergraduate ranking. Graduate credit is also available. Each course is worth 4 US credit hours (or 7 ECTS credits). Students enroll in 2 classes for a total of 8 US credits (or 14 ECTS credits). Students also take an informative and fun Czech language and culture course for free. All courses are taught by highly-credentialed international professors. These courses are accredited by University of Economics Prague. Transcripts will be provided to each student upon completion for transfer back to their home institution. Classes will be taught in the English language. (Note: Students are advised to check with their home university registrar to ensure transfer credit will be approved).
Our semester programmes are aimed at students from all countries, who want to experience living in Paris and learning about French history, culture and arts as well as the professional skills of the cultural management consultant, dealer or collector. Each semester starts with a month-long induction of intensive French classes and introduction to French culture. After that, while continuing French studies, students choose two additional specific options, ranging from art history, French literature or philosophy, twentieth-century cinema and literature. The autumn semester includes a special option in the business of the art market while in the spring semester, we offers a special option in cultural events management. All these courses are taught in English. Students fluent in French may opt for courses from the range of IESAÃ¢??s undergraduate programmes in art history, cultural management or art business. As part of each semesterÃ¢??s programme, there are excursions offered on the weekends: a day trip to the Palace of Versailles and a weekend trip either to Normandy or the Valley of the Loire. There are also many evening excursions to the galleries and cultural events in Paris.