Candidates need a university degree (in any discipline) that entitles access to postgraduate studies in their country of origin. Candidates studying in their final year may also submit an application to the Master’s - in which case, the offer of a place will be conditional upon the successful completion of their current studies.
Candidates are required to have a fluent written and speaking knowledge of at least two of the following three languages: Spanish, English or French.
- At the beginning of the Master’s, in October, students must a native or very fluent level in one of the three languages (C2 or C1 level according to the European frame of reference), and at least an intermediate level (B2) of one of the other three languages. In the third language, students should have a preliminary level (A2); although, in this case, they will be obliged to pursue a course to strengthen their fluency in this third language in September and follow an itinerary for the Master’s that does not require them to study in this language until at least the following January.
- Candidates with a high level in two of the three languages of the Master’s, but without knowledge of the third, may be admitted on to the programme, conditional on acquiring an A2 level before the middle of the September prior to the commencement of the programme.
Candidates are not required to have prior professional experience, although if they have, it will be considered an asset.
The variety of training, linguistic and nationality profiles and the continual work in genuinely multicultural teams offers an enriching exchange of experiences amongst the participants.
|Geographical origins||Previous training||Gender||Age|
|- Spain: 36% |
- France: 37%
- North America: 9%
- Rest of Europe: 6%
- Central & S. America & Caribbean: 6%
- Asia & Africa: 6%
|- Economics/Business: 53% |
- Law & Political Science: 15%
- Engineering: 14%
- Humanities & Languages: 11%
- Science & Technology: 4%
- Others: 4%
|- Men: 54% |
- Women: 46%
|- 24 or less: 56% |
- 25-29 years: 38%
- 30 or more: 6%
Data collected since 2000
The EIBM is aimed at young people willing to take on the challenge of living an intense training experience that includes a heavy dose of mobility and cultural change, and who are interested in obtaining business management training with a global perspective.
- Graduates from any discipline who want to diversify their education and broaden their career prospects;
- Graduates who, after a period of professional business experience, feel the need to return to university to complete their training in management with a view to improving their performance, changing the direction of their careers and improving their prospects.