MiM Business Case Discussion - Case GLOVO 1.0. with Prof. David Wehrheim
The IESE Master in Management (MiM) program prepares you to launch your career. You’ll graduate ready to leap into your first management role – and make a lasting impact on the business world.
During the program, you’ll develop the essential analytical skills and knowledge you need to succeed in entry-level management roles. You’ll also learn what it means to be an inspirational leader who puts people first – and take your initial steps toward having a positive impact on the world.
The Board of Universities, under ministerial regulation, recognizes the MiM delivered by IESE Business School as an official master’s degree.
Master in Management Program. IESE MiM.
Do you want to experience the MiM for one day?
You can sign up for an Open Day online and gain firsthand insight into IESE’s Master in Management. You’ll be able to attend a session led by an IESE professor, debate a real business case and meet alumni who will share their personal views and experiences with you.
If you’re looking for guidance on your next career steps, we also offer personalized online tutoring.
Official Master in Management
The Board of Universities, under ministerial regulation, recognizes the Master in Management (MiM) as delivered at IESE Business School as an official master’s degree.
In the following link you can consult the list of all the most frequently asked questions about IESE. On the right side, you will find the specific questions about this program.
The Master in Management (MiM) is aimed at recent university graduates and graduates with no or up to 2 years of professional experience.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree. Those whose native language is not English will have to take the IESE admissions test, as the program is taught in English. The GMAT or GRE score is important, but not decisive. Applicants’ personalities, motivations, goals, leadership and communication skills will also be taken into account.
Visa requirements vary depending on the country where the program is located, and on the nationality of individual students.
Many of IESE’s programs hold Open Days to allow you to visit campus and experience IESE firsthand. Open Days are listed on the individual programs’ websites, and you can also contact the program directly for further information.
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