MSc - Global Management

NEOMA Business School
Paris, Île-De-France, France
Master's Degree
Study mode
15 months
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
US$ 17,550

About this course

Gain a double degree in under two years from one of the best ranked North-American Universities worldwide:

  • An MS in International Management from D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University in Boston
  • An MSc in Global Management from NEOMA Business School

Increase your employment opportunities in the USA.

  • Possibility to become eligible for an F-1 visa sponsorship (transferring the non-immigrant F1 visa to OPT - Optional Practical Training).

Enjoy two international experiences

  • In two countries most sought after for their excellence in education, France and the United States.

Earn two complementary expertise in:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership

Entry Requirements

  • 4-year Bachelor degree (management, business, economics, etc.);
  • 3-year Bachelor degree + 1 year of professional experience;
  • 3-year Bachelor degree for the Two-Year MSc Option (law, engineering, literature, business or management background, etc.).
  • Proof of your English ability is required during the application process (TOEIC, TOEFL, IELTS, etc.).


  • Business Statistics
  • Financial Analysis
  • Global Socio-Economic Environment
  • International Marketing
  • Organizational Behaviour and International Negotiation
  • Responsibility, Sustainability and Organizational Misconduct in Global Business
  • Managerial Accounting 
  • Cross-Cultural Human Resource Management
  • Global Strategy and Innovation
  • International Governance
  • International Market Risk Management
  • Leadership and Management Competences
  • Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Leadership, Talent and Creativity
  • Personal Development and Individual Trajectory: self-awareness, skills and public speaking, personal branding, career management, job search strategies and networking
  • Assessment centre with participation of hiring companies

Foreign languages

  • For students who speak French: language 2 (Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, German)
  • For students who do not speak French: French as a foreign language (“FLE”, levels A1-1 to B2). 


  • Research methodology
  • Oral defense

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