The MBA in International Business is not just another MBA. It is a singular learning experience for people seeking an intellectual challenge within a stimulating multicultural environment. ‘Value-driven global leadership’ is a principle that reflects the ENPC MBA philosophy and mission in the world’s business environment. Located in the center of Paris, the ENPC MBA is a highly international, flexible and personalized program and can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis. All courses are taught in English.
The Tri-Continent MBA tradition is to bring together a diverse cohort, from various academic backgrounds and industries of experience, for a collaborative experience of study and cultural immersion. The typical Tri-Continent MBA student is an adventuresome person who is committed to a rigorous academic experience but seeking the non-traditional track for their MBA degree program. Oftentimes, we find students who are in the midst of a transition in life or perhaps others who are seeking a transition. The Tri-Continent MBA attracts a culturally curious, open-minded individual who is looking to blend their graduate management education with a multicultural team, as they explore the traditions and opportunities of each region and build global business acumen. Participants are required to have completed a bachelor´s degree and to have at least three years of professional experience prior to joining the Tri-Continent MBA program. Most candidates join the Tri-Continent MBA after a few years of work experience, yet some pursue the Tri-Continent MBA with the intent for a mid-career change. The admissions committee is seeking a mature candidate who has significant leadership potential and a clear synergy between the candidate´s interests and goals with the philosophy of our program. In their application, candidates should be able to demonstrate exposure to skills through professional work, formal volunteer projects or internship experience. Languages other than English are not required, but language skills, as well as interest in other cultures through work or study abroad, add weight to a candidate´s application.
Program Calendar 2007-2008
September 3-7, 2007: Optional Pre–MBA week
September 10 - December 19 2007: Fall semester in Paris
December 20, 2007 - January 4, 2008 (estimated): Students Migrate to Philadelphia
January 7 - 11, 2008: TEMPLE/Fox/GET Orientation Week
January 14 - April 30, 2008: Spring semester in Philadelphia
March 3 - 9, 2008: Spring Break
May 1 - 7, 2008: Projects/Exams
May 12 - June 27, 2008: Summer Session I Courses in Philadelphia
June 30 - July 25, 2008: Summer Session II in Tokyo
July 28 - August 4, 2008 (tentative): Optional Shanghai Study Tour