• Toulouse, Barcelona
  • French, English
  • 28,000 for the entire 2-year program
  • Full Time
  • 14 September 2020
  • 30 June 2020

A demanding program for a high-profile degree

The TBS Master in Management program offers a broad core curriculum with structured series of elective options. Students are able to structure their projects around visible learning paths that bring high added value to their professional expertise.

Pick your own learning path

The program of this Master’s in Management degree is designed to give you the time to validate your career choices and bring you the professional expertise companies are looking for. As an international student at TBS, you can design your own learning path by picking one of the following program structures.

3 Program Structures

1. Obtain your Double Degree in two-years’ time

This option takes you through your Master’s Degree in two years time. You’ll start at the Toulouse or Barcelona campus during your first semester. For the 2nd semester, you may switch campuses before your 3-month internship. In your 3rd semester, you can start your double degree at one of the TBS campuses or at a Partner University, where you will stay until the end of your degree. This option requires a 6-month internship at the end of your second year.

2. Combine your Double Degree with extra professional expertise

This option allows you to include a gap year after your second semester and your 3-month internship. This approach adds extra professional expertise to your resume. We suggest you use your gap year to complete 2 French or international internships, get your start-up project on track or to conduct a humanitarian mission of your choice.

3. Your Double Degree, professional expertise & international know-how

The 3rd option allows you to have it all: a double degree, professional expertise and an additional international exchange. However, to be able to take this option, you’ll have to start your professional gap year right after your first semester.

Academic content

Year 1: Management specialization

During your first year, you’ll learn to master a wide range of Management concepts and practices. You’ll also be able to choose elective courses, such as:

  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Business Analytics
  • Big data
  • International business
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Audit & controlling

You’ll end your first year with a 3-month full-time internship in the company of your choice. Our Career Starter Department is here to help you out.

Year 2: Professional expertise

During your second year, you’ll receive 450 hours of courses from our PhD professors and from professional experts in your field. Our goal is to turn you into an expert and fully operational manager as soon as you leave TBS.

100 Double Degree Opportunities

In addition to your Master’s in Management degree, our Double Degree system allows you to obtain either a Master of Science degree in the area of your choice at our campuses in Toulouse, Paris, Barcelona or Casablanca or a degree from one of our partner universities in France or abroad.

9 areas of expertise

  • Business, strategy & Management
  • Finance, audit & controlling
  • International marketing
  • Sustainable supply chain & purchasing
  • Artificial intelligence & big data
  • Innovation & Industries 4.0
  • Tourism & Luxury industries
  • Aerospace & Mobility Management
  • Arts & Culture

At the end of your second year, you’ll be required to complete a 6-month mandatory internship in order to validate your degree. Our Career Starter department will help you find the internship that fits your path.

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19 Nov
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TBS Obtains 4th EQUIS Accreditation

The European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) has renewed TBS's accreditation for the maximum duration of five years. This fourth re-accreditation is proof of the soundness of the business school’s academic and international strategies. With additional accreditations from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the Toulouse-based school confirms its position in the very select 1% of business schools that hold the triple accreditation.