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The ESMT Master's in Management

Preparing you for a global career

Open House

Friday, November 15, 2019

Join us for our Open House on November 15, 2019  to learn more about life as an ESMT student.

Applications open November 2019

Submit your application for the September 2020 MIM intake, from early November 2019. Until then, contact us with any questions or for an applicant profile review.

The Master's in Management (MIM) program combines internships and a social impact project with applied coursework and research on the latest business and management theories.

The program is taught in English and is divided into two tracks with a focus on international management. One track (Quantitative Business) is designed for quantitative decision analysts and one track for creative and strategic thinkers (Innovative Management). Click here to learn more about the particular program strengths of the MIM.

Depending on the track, students choose one out of four specializations in the second year:

  • Business Analytics
  • Finance & Investments
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Global & Digital Strategy

The two-year Master's in Management program begins in September of every year. Students graduate with a M.Sc. in Management, worth 120 ECTS credits.

Read on to learn more about the MIM.

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MIM Student Insights

Want to know more about the ESMT MIM program? Watch as Leticia Araujo talks about what makes ESMT stand out, and why she sought a MIM with an engineering background.

MasterTube MIM overview

Looking for an overview of the ESMT MIM program? Watch this video to find out more.

Profile of the MIM 2019-2021 class

Our newest class of MIM students, with an average age of 23, contains 112 students who hail from 40 different countries. Learn more about what they have previously studied, and how to contact them.

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Internships & projects

The MIM allows for students to gain up to 10 months of practical experience, through a mandatory, up to six-months internship and the participation in the Social Impact Project, a chance to put relevant business skills to use in a non-profit organization working on social challenges in a developing country.

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Portfolio Management Program

The Portfolio Management Program (PMP) is an optional two-year elective during the MIM program in which selected students actively manage a real-money portfolio - 1 million Euros per group with a total portfolio value of 3 million Euros.