The course takes a year to complete and comprises two semesters, each taken in a different country, with a choice of countries including the UK (Oxford), France, Germany, Mexico, and Thailand. There is a three-month company placement during the second semester.
A good honours degree (in any field other than general management) or overseas equivalent is required, plus fluency in the language of the first country and a good working knowledge of the language of the second country. There are selection exams.
These focus on management tools and look at issues from the perspective of a European and international firm. Modules include: European management, European business environment, European business law, international HRM, interpersonal skills for international management, international business strategy, operations management, marketing, and financial strategy. Students will also need to complete a company project and language study.
This is a general management programme for those pursuing international careers, with a good focus on HRM skills.