Prepare to thrive in today’s constantly changing global business environment. Join the elite one-year European and International Business Management Master (EIBM) programme for complete trilingual training in international management and entrepreneurship.
Joint degree from these top European institutions
Tripled networks & services across Europe
Degree earned: Master in European and International Business Management
Language: English, French and Spanish (all three languages required)
Duration: 12 months, full-time
Programme start: September
Tuition: €15,350 plus €300 for optional intensive language lessons
Study management techniques, international cultures & languages
You’ll be studying with top faculty members through French at Audencia, Spanish at Deusto and English at Bradford during this trilingual one-year programme, giving you the knowledge and adaptability you’ll need throughout your career.
Depending on your level of French and English, you will start your EIBM programme at Audencia or Deusto.
Preprogramme session (September) at Audencia or Deusto
High proficiency in English is required for acceptance to the programme. Before starting the programme, we recommend you take advantage of our optional intensive language courses to raise your proficiency level in French and/or Spanish to a B2 level or higher.
Period 1 (October to December) at Audencia or Deusto
Whether your international study begins in France or Spain, you’ll learn the foundational principles of management and develop relevant language skills. Core courses may include:
Period 2 (January to mid-April) at Deusto or Audencia
Moving from France to Spain (or vice versa) will expand your managerial knowledge with an emphasis on European and international perspectives, and sharpen your language skills. Courses may include:
Period 3 (mid-April to late June) at Bradford
Once in the United Kingdom, you will select courses to train as a specialist in one field of management. Example electives may cover:
Available electives may vary.
Concurrent with periods 1 & 2 (October to May)
Your international study of a business and management area will influence the trajectory of your career. The final group project allows you to showcase what you have learned and how you will apply it, culminating in a comprehensive report and oral defence. For the final project, you will:
Comprehensive oral examination (end of period 3, June)
Your group will present the final project to a panel composed of the EIBM programme’s three directors. A Q&A session in English, French and Spanish will follow your presentation, allowing you to demonstrate your subject knowledge and language skills.
Period 4 (July to December) worldwide
Build connections with our corporate partners around the world! Job boards at Audencia, Deusto and Bradford will help you secure an internship that will be both a hands-on and academic experience. Internships can be done anywhere in the world. Internships in France are paid; this will vary from country to country, depending on local laws.
EIBM students have interned for multinational corporations, including:
Internship facts & figures
Based on answers from 155 alumni. Survey conducted in 2014.
Reach your goals – and the world
Audencia generates international leadership talent, and our international connections extend beyond the campus to our corporate partners. Enjoy all of the advantages of Audencia in addition to the resources and recognition of two leading universities in the United Kingdom and Spain during your study abroad.
Bradford University School of Management is one of Europe’s oldest and largest business schools, combining rapid growth with continual review and enhancement of its teaching and research programmes. It is also amongst the 1% of business schools worldwide to hold triple accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA) – as is Audencia. Bradford provides housing for approximately €100/week in Wardley House, or you may choose alternative housing options.
Deusto Business School – University of Deusto, accredited by ANECA and ranked No. 8 in the Best Master & MBA category (Eduniversal ranking), is a pioneer in management training. Deusto is known for its international environment, with up to 70% of its graduate students coming from outside of Spain, and has an alumni network of over 16,000.
As a student in the EIBM programme, you will have access to three career service departments, tripling your job prospects worldwide. Audencia will help connect you with our corporate partners – as will Deusto Business School and Bradford University School of Management.
Note: All statistics on this page are based on the number of replies to the question. They relate to the class of 2015 or all classes to date when available.
Audencia’s Career Services team – with international corporate backgrounds – will help you throughout the entire career development process. You will have access to:
Audencia also has a business incubator available to programme graduates interested in pursuing entrepreneurial goals.
EIBM graduates have found work at companies in Europe and across the globe:
Join us in Nantes to internationalise your future career! Here is a breakdown of everything you’ll need to make it smoothly through the application process.
Admissions are open until the programme is full, however we strongly recommend applying by the early-application deadline of 31 January.
Master in European and International Business Management (EIBM)
Note: You can apply during the last year of your bachelor’s studies.
Note: Applicants with a lower-intermediate level of either Spanish or French are strongly encouraged to take the optional language intensive offered one month before the official start of the programme.
Admissions are based on a point system tied to a set of objective criteria.
English proficiency (40%)
Professional experience (5%)
We award bonus points for ranked and accredited schools, diversity and high GMAT or GRE scores.
Recognised school (5%)
French or Spanish (5%)
GMAT or GRE (5%)
You may begin your online application any time; you can save it and make changes before submitting. Admissions are open until the programme is full; however, we strongly recommend applying by the early-application deadline of 31 January.
Note: You can apply during the last year of your bachelor’s studies.
In addition to the online application, you will be required to submit the following documents:
*English test scores are not required for native speakers or applicants who have completed their undergraduate degrees in English. Contact us if you have a different English test score or are planning to take a test later in the year.
Please contact our admissions office with further questions.
|Language intensive (optional) ||€300|
Other costs linked to school fees
Application fee: €100.
Compulsory registration with the student social security system (students under 28 years of age): As an example, the total for 2016/2017 was €215. The fee must be paid at the latest on the first day of the first school year, and for subsequent years before 30 September.
Costs such as visa fees, transportation, accommodation and meals are to be paid directly by the student. Visit Student Life to learn more.
There are a range of scholarships you may be eligible for. Please contact us with questions.
|Early application||€1,000||For candidates who submit their application before 31 January|
*The awarding of scholarships is subject to availability of funds and final decision from the Office of International Relations. Scholarships are awarded in the form of partial tuition fee waivers to students who are admitted but who have not yet started the programmes. Scholarships, waivers and awards are not cumulative. If two are awarded to the same student, only the one with the highest amount will be kept unless otherwise stated.
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|French government scholarships|
|Audencia Foundation scholarships|
|FIDERH Banco de Mexico|
loan and scholarship
|French bank loans|
*Most loans from French banks require a guarantor who is a French resident. Audencia does not act as an intermediary in these transactions, nor does it have any responsibility in the negotiation of these agreements.
"After my engineering degree, my professional development was slowed by my insufficient knowledge of management. The engineering profession often involves management concepts... I wanted to acquire additional quality training and international exposure to advance my career.
The EIBM programme helped me to gain advanced skills in finance, marketing and management in an international context. The quality of teaching is outstanding, and the degree has the advantage of being well-known in three countries, an attractive quality for those who want to work abroad."
Aline Hoffmann of Brazil (EIBM 2013)
Project manager at Revevol
"Something I love about working for a growing company is that I have the opportunity to be on different types of projects at the same time. I really like being in contact with different types of people and businesses. There’s no routine, so each day is a new challenge. This year, I went to Brazil, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, India, Dubai and Spain."