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The Right Preparation for Global Management.

5 partners schools - 4 continents

Our five partners work closely together in designing the IMM Global Executive MBA curriculum to ensure that it meets the needs of our students, and in developing courses that reflect the unique business environments of the international cities they’ll be studying in.

Each IMM Global Executive MBA partner has been selected to provide our participants with the best level of insight, benefiting from the experience of international leading business schools in their specific area of expertise.

Tias

TiasNimbas
Business School

USA

Purdue University

CME Business School

Tianjin University

Hungary

Central European
University

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FGV University


 Tias

 



TiasNimbas is a business school with deep academic roots that forms an integral part of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology, right in the heart of everyday society. Ever since it was founded in 1986, its ambition has been to do things differently. To achieve progress by educating people who can make a real difference to themselves, their organizations and their environment. The Financial Times ranked TiasNimbas #20 among European business schools. Internationl Dutch MBA Residency
Executive Dutch MBA Campus Our educational philosophy built upon the axes of ‘discover’, ‘engage’ and ‘connect’ is the platform from which our students learn to continually broaden their horizons. The international environment that TiasNimbas provides incorporates both broad social focus and a strong academic education. And class sizes are kept small to facilitate extensive interaction between students and lecturers.



 


Purdue University

Purdue University was established in 1869 and is a well-known world-class research institution. By the fall of 2006, there were 1,832 professors and 39,228 students on the University’s West Lafayette campus alone plus an additional 30,366 students matriculating at its 6 regional campuses. 

The Krannert School of Management celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2007.
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International MBA Residency Purdue alumni have achieved recognition in a range of areas: in 2010 Bloomberg revealed that Purdue was one of the universities in America with the most undergraduate alumni serving as chief executive officers of Standard & Poor's 500 firms. Purdue alumni include former Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, and no less than 23 astronauts such as Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan.

 


 

Tianjin University

Tianjin University, founded in 1895 with the name of “Peiyang University”, is the first modern university in China. College of Management and Economics was among the first authorized management schools by the Ministry of Education in China in 1984. Thanks to an interdisciplinary approach, rooted in their engineering tradition, Tianjin Business School aims to develop future leaders who can influence the rapidly changing world by exploring, imparting and innovatively applying the knowledge of management and economics. Executive MBA Chinese Campus


 


 

CEU Business School in Budapest

Established in 1988, CEU Business School educated managers who led Central and Eastern Europe’s transition from a socialist to a free-market economy. Their founding goals: generate economic prosperity in underserved regions by conducting research, advancing management education and nurturing human talent. The school emphasizes innovation, entrepreneurship, managerial professionalism and high standards of integrity and ethics. Executive MBA Hungarian
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CEU Business School is ranked the #1 business school in Central Europe and #18 overall by international employers.

 

 


 

FGV School of Administration

Founded in 1944, FGV (Fundação Getulio Vargas) is a private, free-standing, non-profit institution, dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, and the dissemination of knowledge in the fields of business, economics, social sciences, and law.

It follows its original purpose to educate undergraduate students for the public administration and private businesses in Latin America.

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FGV has been selected by The Economist as one of the most important think tanks in the world, and is ranked by the Financial Times in the top 100 business schools in the world.

FGV has significantly contributed to Brazil’s social and economic development during the past decades by publishing economic rates and figures: the Revista de Administração Pública (Public Administration Magazine), printed bimonthly, with high circulation in the technical-scientific sector (edited since 1967). 
FGV is also well-known for multiple international partnerships.