The IE Business School Master in Management (MIM) occupies the 6th position in the world in the Financial Times ranking. This full-time program is aimed at young people who are at the beginning of their career, with an average age of 25 years and about two years work experience.
The master provides a solid foundation in business management and has a strong focus on entrepreneurial management. Students can tailor their program, specializing in Sales & Marketing, Digital Business, International Business and Financial Management and Control. They can then choose to pursue the Beyond Borders Experience and extend their studies with an international exchange or through a dual-specialization.
The Master in Management has a student body from over 40 countries, enriching the experience of the program. The MIM responds to the demands of recruiters, as it provides a comprehensive and integrated view of the business world joined with a specialization in an area of management, all with a practical methodology. More than 89% of the students are working after three months of graduation in a variety of sectors, such as Financial Services (18%), Consulting (24%) and Industry (58%). The MIM has two annual calls, which start in September and February, with the option of being able to chose the classes in English, Spanish or bilingual format.
“As a response to an increased interest in business education among a younger demographic, MIM programs are steadily emerging from schools across Europe, Asia, and North America as an early alternative to the traditional MBA,” said Martin Boehm, Dean of Programs at IE Business School. “The Financial Times ranking underlines IE’s commitment to providing young professionals with innovative management education that mixes theoretical concepts with important technical skills, while offering the opportunity to specialize in a functional discipline like Sales & Marketing or Financial Management & Control.”