Find the REPLAY & THE ANALYSIS by Campus-Channel for this program here: http://www.campus-channel.com/international-students/en/essec-business-school-mastere-specialise-strategy-and-management-of-international-business.html
01:08 The speech
03:24 What level of studies is it necessary to have to be accepted in an advanced masters?
05:42 What makes you different from other MSc’s or masters? What is your particular orientation at ESSEC and in the Strategy and management of international business program?
08:53 What’s the difference between the 50% and the full Asia track? Is it possible to do the whole masters in Singapore?
10:43 Expert question
10:51 Expert question: do you really study strategy in the smib, the kind that gets you into McKinsey, or is it just a little part of the program (and a nice word to put in the name)?
13:41 Is it possible for a student without business background? I’m from Wuhan University in China, and my major is linguistic, but I have abundant experience in management of students’ associations and I have an internship of business.
16:12 Are the field projects mandatory?
17:59 I want to know if it’s possible to combine the Singapore track with a semester at Monterrey?
19:41 Do you have the same job oppportunities after this program than any other student of ESSEC Business School? What’s Essec reputation on the employer’s side? Remy what’s your insight on that?