MSc Proram in Business studies (International Business course)


sivaram

Hi All,

I am new to this forum and excited to get your help for my decisions. I am from India, I did Graduation in Biology and have 3 years of Work Experience in Sales with Pharmaceutical company. I am interested to do MSc in Management Studies/International Business program from France. I shortlisted the below three and help me to choose the best out of them for International opportunities and job placements.

1. Kedge Business School.
2. Neoma Business School.
3. ESC Rennes School of Business.

Thanks,
Siva Ram.

Hi All,

I am new to this forum and excited to get your help for my decisions. I am from India, I did Graduation in Biology and have 3 years of Work Experience in Sales with Pharmaceutical company. I am interested to do MSc in Management Studies/International Business program from France. I shortlisted the below three and help me to choose the best out of them for International opportunities and job placements.

1. Kedge Business School.
2. Neoma Business School.
3. ESC Rennes School of Business.

Thanks,
Siva Ram.
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Duncan

Take a look at
ESSEC on placements for international students http://bit.ly/ESSECjobs
France: Top 20 Grande ecoles masters ranking www.find-mba.com/board/31232
French b-school ranking from Challenges 2012 http://bit.ly/MBA_FR
French b-school ranking from Challenges www.find-mba.com/board/23297

Take a look at
ESSEC on placements for international students http://bit.ly/ESSECjobs
France: Top 20 Grande ecoles masters ranking www.find-mba.com/board/31232
French b-school ranking from Challenges 2012 http://bit.ly/MBA_FR
French b-school ranking from Challenges www.find-mba.com/board/23297
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Duncan

Also see Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Assuming you speak fluent business-level French, you have an excellent chance of placement. I guess Kedge and Neoma have the edge over Rennes, and perhaps Neoma has the edge in the FT ranking. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2015

PS It might be better to take a course taught in French to more easily reassure people about your fluency. For placement outside France, study where you want to work.

[Edited by Duncan on Mar 19, 2016]

Also see Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

Assuming you speak fluent business-level French, you have an excellent chance of placement. I guess Kedge and Neoma have the edge over Rennes, and perhaps Neoma has the edge in the FT ranking. http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2015

PS It might be better to take a course taught in French to more easily reassure people about your fluency. For placement outside France, study where you want to work.
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sivaram

Thank You Sir Duncan,

I wondered after your immediate response. Many Thanks. Sir out of Kedge and Neoma what could be the best to join for Masters program and dedicated job placement opportunities?

1. Kedge fee is 13025 euros and offers 15% scholarship (MSc Intl Business)
2. There was no detail about Neoma scholarship and fee is 15000 euros (MSc Global management)
3. Which is affordable for Living, Food and other student expenses?

Please Help.

Thank You Sir Duncan,

I wondered after your immediate response. Many Thanks. Sir out of Kedge and Neoma what could be the best to join for Masters program and dedicated job placement opportunities?

1. Kedge fee is 13025 euros and offers 15% scholarship (MSc Intl Business)
2. There was no detail about Neoma scholarship and fee is 15000 euros (MSc Global management)
3. Which is affordable for Living, Food and other student expenses?

Please Help.
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Duncan

The FT ranking shows you data for your first questions.

Would you be on the Neoma campus in Rouen? I guess that is cheapest: http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=France&country2=France&city1=Bordeaux&city2=Rouen&tracking=getDispatchComparison

The FT ranking shows you data for your first questions.

Would you be on the Neoma campus in Rouen? I guess that is cheapest: http://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=France&country2=France&city1=Bordeaux&city2=Rouen&tracking=getDispatchComparison
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Ridhima05

Shall I choose an MSc course at Neoma Business School based on my campus preference or according to the coursework?
I would like to study at the Rouen campus, however MSc Global Management is available at the Reims campus.

Shall I choose an MSc course at Neoma Business School based on my campus preference or according to the coursework?<br>I would like to study at the Rouen campus, however MSc Global Management is available at the Reims campus.
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Duncan

The choice of campus matters less than your language skills and the program. You will see that Neoma spotlights the degrees with the best placement: those are the program pages that show average salary and placement within six months. Generally, "international" and "global" in an MSc signal to me that the degree is aimed at international students looking to return home. 

The choice of campus matters less than your language skills and the program. You will see that Neoma spotlights the degrees with the best placement: those are the program pages that show average salary and placement within six months. Generally, "international" and "global" in an MSc signal to me that the degree is aimed at international students looking to return home.&nbsp;
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Ridhima05

For the MSc in Global Management, they have mentioned the average base salary and the employability statistics. 

For the MSc in Global Management, they have mentioned the average base salary and the employability statistics.&nbsp;
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Duncan

Yes I also noticed that. Is there a more interesting course there with better statistics? If not, then your only problem is improving your French. 

Yes I also noticed that. Is there a more interesting course there with better statistics? If not, then your only problem is improving your French.&nbsp;
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Ridhima05

Yes I have taken a note of the French requirement and as per your guidance, I had mailed them that I want to complete my second-year specialisation in French, but they haven't responded to my query. I will talk to them about this. Also, is there a possibility of contacting you via email or any other source? 

Yes I have taken a note of the French requirement and as per your guidance, I had mailed them that I want to complete my second-year specialisation in French, but they haven't responded to my query. I will talk to them about this. Also, is there a possibility of contacting you via email or any other source?&nbsp;
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Duncan

I am available to hire. See my profile page. 

I am available to hire. See my profile page.&nbsp;
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JackWhite

Wow, cool, thanks for the information provided, it was very useful to me too.

Wow, cool, thanks for the information provided, it was very useful to me too.
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