3 Terms + Capstone Project
Master in International Business (MIB) Admission & Scholarships
The MIB program caters to students who already hold a bachelor degree in any fields and wish to study management in an international setting.
What you need to apply:
- A Bachelor degree in any field from a recognized university with strong academic performance
- Transcripts in English/Spanish/French of your Bachelor degree (up to date if you have not graduated yet)
- Your Bachelor diploma (if applicable)
- A good command of English; English Proficiency test for non-native speakers: IELTS 6.5, TOEFL IBT 85, TOEIC 4 skills 850, Duolingo 105, Cambridge Exam B2.
Native English speakers or candidates who have had two years of courses taught in English are exempt.
- Copy of passport
- €100 application fees
- A GMAT/GRE score is optional, not mandatory.
Step 1: Complete your online application
Our application process is entirely online at apply.ieseg.fr. Create your account and complete your application file with your personal details, academic path, motivation to join the program and upload your supporting documents.
You may save your work until you are ready to submit the application portfolio.
Application deadlines for January intake:
- November 14th, 2021
- Early bird deadline: October 17th, 2021
Application deadlines for September intake:
May 31st, 2022– extended to June 10th, 2022
- Early bird deadline: January 16th, 2022
- MIB Paris applications are now closed. Seats are still available for the MIB Lille program.
Step 2: Conversation with the recruiter
Once your application is submitted, you will be contacted by your local contact for a skype or phone conversation.
Step 3: Final Decision
Once your application is complete, it will take approximately 2 weeks for the Admissions Jury to review your file and provide a final decision (admission and scholarship award – if any). Rolling admission is offered to qualified candidates from October. Your official acceptance letter will be sent once you have secured your place in the program with a €3,000 deposit.
Other mandatory fees can go up to €500 (including, for example, the Alumni Association fee).
Unlike some other countries where international students pay a much higher tuition than domestic students, there is NO difference between tuition for French and international students at IÉSEG.
Cost of living in Lille: between €895 and €1,325 per month:
> Accommodation: from €450 to €800
> Food: €200
> Transport: €80 (rather leisure)
> Electricity: €45
> Phone & Internet: €20 to €50
> Personal: €100
Cost of living in Paris: between €1,170 and €1,900 per month:
> Accommodation: from €500 to €1,200
> Food: €300
> Transport: €150
> Electricity: €50
> Phone & Internet: €20 to €50
> Personal: €150
More information on Campus France.
IÉSEG offers large numbers of scholarships in the form of tuition waiver up to €5,000 for students who meet the various criteria for each case. No separate application is needed. Decisions will be made during admission commission and released along with admission decision.
€1,000 tuition reduction for admitted applicants with a GMAT score of 690 or higher.The GMAT score can be sent after the completion of the application, until the end of the application process (according to the application deadlines).
The choice to study abroad is not only an academic decision, but also a financial one. Students need to be aware of the various cost involved in pursuing a postgraduate’s degree at IÉSEG.
The Eiffel Excellence Program offers funding for a Master’s postgraduate degree course and PhD. It is run by the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. Focusing on three key subject areas of sciences, economics and management, law and political science, its primary aim is to offer scholarships in French higher education establishments to future public and private sector decision-makers in foreign countries. As regards the Master’s degree course, students pursuing careers in teaching and research are not eligible as they can benefit from other grant programs.
It also seeks to encourage applicants from developing countries, particularly in Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and the new EU Member States, although this does include industrialised countries for the PhD component. The Eiffel Programme is designed to help French higher education establishments attract high calibre overseas students. Only French higher education establishments can submit applications and, if successful, they must enrol the candidates in the requested courses to obtain the Eiffel grant.
Note: The School must apply for the Eiffel scholarships on behalf of the selected students. All interested students please contact the Admission/Recruitment contact for the specific program for more information. Application deadline: November 24th, 2021.
Note 2: Only candidates below 25 years old are eligible to this scholarship.
For more detailed information, please check http://www.campusfrance.org/en/eiffel
AVENIR Excellence Scholarships
The AVENIR – Destination France Excellence Scholarship program is aimed at students residing in Spain who are going to study at the higher level in France during the 2021/2022 academic year. This scholarship is available for all our Specialized Master and International MBA programs.
For more detailed information, please check : https://www.dialogo.es/es/becas-avenir-2021-2022-destino-francia.html
For American students please check with Sallie Mae for private loan options. Our school code is: 038203-00 and the official name of the school in French is: Institut d’économie scientifique et de gestion.
Prodigy Finance offers loans to international students of +150 different nationalities, minimum loan amount is 15000 US$. More information at https://prodigyfinance.com
Italian MSc participants can benefit from the Intesa Sanpaolo Bank – “Per Merito” Loan. More information at: www.intesasanpaolo.com.
Country specific scholarships
All international students are encouraged to check with Campus France and their own government to see if there are any scholarships available.