Aix Marseille University dual degree program in global innovation management


I have got admit from AIx Marseille University for Global innovation management (MGIM). This is a dual degree program of 1 yr duaration. One has to study 4 months in france and 4 months in north carolina university,raleigh... And an optional semester in china. I am little bit confused whether to go for this program or not. Please can any1 help me.
I have got admit from AIx Marseille University for Global innovation management (MGIM). This is a dual degree program of 1 yr duaration. One has to study 4 months in france and 4 months in north carolina university,raleigh... And an optional semester in china. I am little bit confused whether to go for this program or not. Please can any1 help me.
quote
I have got admit from AIx Marseille University for Global innovation management (MGIM). This is a dual degree program of 1 yr duaration. One has to study 4 months in france and 4 months in north carolina university,raleigh... And an optional semester in china. I am little bit confused whether to go for this program or not. Please can any1 help me.
<blockquote>I have got admit from AIx Marseille University for Global innovation management (MGIM). This is a dual degree program of 1 yr duaration. One has to study 4 months in france and 4 months in north carolina university,raleigh... And an optional semester in china. I am little bit confused whether to go for this program or not. Please can any1 help me.</blockquote>
quote
Duncan
What are your goals? Why did you apply to this programme? What are your alternatives?
What are your goals? Why did you apply to this programme? What are your alternatives?
quote
@ jk duncan
I was looking for courses in technology management so i found this course suitable for me.... but i was little bit skeptical whether to go for it or not... Actually this university has AMBA and EQUIS accreditation .. this course was started in 2008.. I dont know about its future scope and job prospect..i tried to contact the university students but no one replied back... can you help me ???
@ jk duncan
I was looking for courses in technology management so i found this course suitable for me.... but i was little bit skeptical whether to go for it or not... Actually this university has AMBA and EQUIS accreditation .. this course was started in 2008.. I dont know about its future scope and job prospect..i tried to contact the university students but no one replied back... can you help me ???
quote
Duncan
Hi Prashant,

It's a good programme, but I asked those questions because the question is really whether or not it fits your needs. I don't know if you speak French to a professional standard, and I think that most of the students on that programme are either Americans who return to the US or French who stay in France. Depending on which country you want to work in, it could be good or bad.

There are some general points about language skills, so I have also written this post to go into more depth: http://www.find-mba.com/board/34713
Hi Prashant,

It's a good programme, but I asked those questions because the question is really whether or not it fits your needs. I don't know if you speak French to a professional standard, and I think that most of the students on that programme are either Americans who return to the US or French who stay in France. Depending on which country you want to work in, it could be good or bad.

There are some general points about language skills, so I have also written this post to go into more depth: http://www.find-mba.com/board/34713
quote
Hi duncan,
I am from India. I dont know the french language. I would like to work for few years either in US or France after the masters. This program is of 33 credits and there are not dat much of subjects taught ...Its more of project based program.
Hi duncan,
I am from India. I dont know the french language. I would like to work for few years either in US or France after the masters. This program is of 33 credits and there are not dat much of subjects taught ...Its more of project based program.
quote
Duncan
If you'd like to work in France, then take a year to perfect your French and then take a masters in French at one of the top grande ecoles.

If you want to work in the US, then study in the US.
If you'd like to work in France, then take a year to perfect your French and then take a masters in French at one of the top grande ecoles.

If you want to work in the US, then study in the US.
quote

Reply to Post

Related Business Schools

Aix-en-Provence, France 5 Followers 25 Discussions

Related Articles

MBA Programs in France: Of Baguettes and Business School

Oct 03, 2011

Why the world's fifth-largest economy is drawing more international MBA candidates.

More Articles

Hot Discussions