Flags
International Business School Alliance logo

International MBA Program, 
part of the IBSA Dual Master's Degree Program

Two universities + two countries = two master's degrees in one year. The International MBA is a unique master's program combining travel, adventure, and culture with a profound academic experience.

IBSA - International Business School Alliance is comprised of six partner universities. The universities are located in France, Germany, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the USA.

Semester 1: Core Modules

Intensive training in the fundamentals of marketing, finance and strategy at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Wilmington, NC UNCW Campus

Wilmington, NC

University of North Carolina Wilmington, Cameron School of Business

AACSB Accredited

International Finance & Investments (MBA)

More Info

Semester 2: Specialization

Choose from five different universities and specializations for your second master's degree.

ESSCA Ecole de Management University, Paris, France

Paris, France

ESSCA School of Management

International Entrepreneurship (MS)

More Info
Bremen, Germany

Bremen, Germany

Hochschule Bremen, City University of Applied Sciences, International Graduate Center

International Logistics and Supply Chain Management (MBA)

More Info
Moscow, Russia

Moscow, Russia

Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA), Institute of Business Studies

Management in Emerging Economies (MSc)

More Info
Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain

University of Valencia, Facultat d'Economia

International Marketing (International MBA)

More Info
Hatfield, UK

Hatfield, United Kingdom

University of Hertfordshire Business School

Global Human Resource Management (MSc)

More Info

Application Deadline (Fall):
Extended to June 15!


Decisions are made on a rolling basis, so apply early.

Contact Candace Wilhelm at 910.962.3903 or Email

 

 

Apply Now Request Info

Join our International MBA Group on LinkedIn for networking and discussion!

IMBA on LinkedIn