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Master in International Business (Awarded by Grenoble Graduate School of Business, France)

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About The University

A Top International Business School in the French Alps

Grenoble Graduate School of Business is the international business school within Grenoble Ecole de Management. Founded in 1984, Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of Europe’s best Management School. Three accreditations distinguish the best business schools in the world. Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of the few to hold all three of them:

  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business),
  • EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System),
  • AMBA (Association of MBAs).

Ranked 5th in the 2010 Financial Times Global Masters ranking including 2nd in "International mobility" category; 4th in the "International Course Experience" category and 10th for "Careers" category. Ranked 27th in the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2013.

Innovative at heart, the School focuses its pedagogy on Technology, Innovation and Intercultural Management, exploring the impact of information and communication technologies on management.

The school offers an exceptional concentration of international, multicultural and professional diversity: the perfect backdrop for the teaching emphasis placed on intercultural management. All teaching is conducted in English.

The faculty and guest lecturers bring their wealth of international teaching experience and professional expertise. The quality of exchange between such diverse and experienced professionals provides an invaluable springboard for ideas and solutions to business problems.

Objectives

The ultimate aim of the Masters in International Business programme is to prepare students to work in a management position in an ever changing international environment where advanced technology and multicultural situations occupy an increasingly important place in the daily lives of companies.

The MIB is a high-quality comprehensive programme of business administration subjects which are all studied from an international perspective. The programme focuses on the knowledge required by managers in different sectors to work in international companies and environments. The MIB is a strong generalist programme that integrates all the core courses and uses crossfunctional approaches to apply these core areas while providing students with an international specialisation.

Why Choose the Grenoble Graduate School of Business?

• Master in International Business (MIB) ranked 13th in the Financial Times Global Masters Ranking. Including 3rd in “International Mobility”.

• Ranked 27th in the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking in 2013.

• Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of the few business schools (1% of schools worldwide) to possess the three accreditations that distinguish the leading international business schools: EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and AMBA (The Association of MBAs).

• An affiliate school and member of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) network of Harvard Business School’s Michael E. Porter. 

• A pioneer in management of technology and multicultural management 

• Balance of theoretical and practical management learning

• A truly international Business School in the heart of the French Alps

Assessment Methods

Each course is assessed by written assignments and an examination.

Graduation

Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded the prestigious Master in International Business awarded directly by Grenoble Graduate School of Business.

 

Grenoble Graduate School of Business, France

     Located in the heart of the business district "Europole" and next to the World Trade Centre,Grenoble Graduate School of Business, the international school of Grenoble Ecole de Management, is a major player in the European and international affairs. Founded in 1984, Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of Europe's best Management Schools.

Grenoble Ecole de Management proposes 20 different programmes (including master in international business) which incorporate the concepts of Management, Technology and Innovation and are taught both in France and on the School's international campuses.


Three accreditations distinguish the best business schools in the world. Grenoble Ecole de Management is one of the few to hold all three of them:

  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
  • EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) 
  • AMBA (Association of MBAs)

These independent evaluations guarantee that the contents and the quality of the programmes satisfy international standards. The courses are continually improved, updated, and in tune with market needs. The instructors are appropriately qualified. Degrees conferred on students by Grenoble Ecole de Management are recognised internationally.

Grenoble Ecole de Management's 20 years of experience in Management of Technology has made it an internationally recognised centre of excellence. Acting as a foundation to every initiative, it channels and influences the institution's activities and actions: programmes, business chairs, entrepreneurship, academic and applied research, technological and pedagogical environments.

 

 

The Curriculum#

 

Accounting

  • International Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
  • Budgeting and Controlling

Finance and Economics

  • Corporate Finance
  • International Financial Risk Management
  • Microeconomics of Competitiveness (Harvard Business School Course)

Strategy and Operations

  • Strategic Management
  • Project Management
  • International Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Managing Technology and Innovations

Marketing

  • Marketing Management
  • International Marketing
  • Strategic Marketing and Planning

IT and Web Applications

  • Managing Information Systems

International Management

  • Intercultural and Ethical Issues in International Business
  • Managing People and Organisations

International Business

  • International Negotiation
  • Introduction to International Business
  • Legal Environment of International Business
  • Global Business Operations
  • Global Trade Relations

Business Research and Analysis

  • Research Methodology for International Managers I
  • Research Methodology for International Managers II

Foreign Language Modules - French / Chinese

 

Final Management Project

#GGSB reserves the right to vary the structure and curriculum

 

Modules Descriptions

Marketing

 

Sub-module: Marketing Management

 
The Marketing Management sub-module forms part of the Marketing module.
 
In this module students will learn to apply the basic concepts, practices and principles of marketing. They
will understand the role of marketing in the company and its relation with the other functions. Students will learn
how effective marketing based on an understanding of customer’s needs creates value for customers and
therefore profits for the company.
 
In addition to introducing marketing and consumer behaviour, this module will also cover topics like market
intelligence and analysis, segmentation, targeting and positioning, the Marketing Mix (4 Ps or 7Ps), products
and services, B-to-C and B-to-B marketing. It will also briefly cover New Product Development and Product Life
Cycles, as well as price, distribution and communication strategies.
 

Sub-module: International Marketing

 
International Marketing sub-module forms part of the Marketing module.
 
In this module students build on the basic principles of marketing from the marketing management module and learn to apply the concepts, practices and principles of marketing in an international context. In addition to introducing international marketing and the global marketplace, this module also covers global competitive analysis and strategy, international markets entry strategies and expansion, the international consumer, international market research, the international marketing mix, and the challenges of managing the marketing mix internationally.
 
It also evokes global products and branding decisions, and briefly discusses international pricing, distribution channels, and global communication strategies.
 

Sub-module: Strategic Marketing and Planning


Strategic Marketing and Planning sub-module forms part of the Marketing module.

In this module, students learn to apply the concepts, practices and principles of strategic planning in the marketing context. In addition to introducing strategic marketing, the module will also train students regarding diagnosing the marketing strategy (external environment analysis methods: PEST or STEEPLE, matrices for product-market portfolio analyses: Ansoff, BCG, GE/McKinsey, AD Little, Royal Dutch Shell, Stratport). It trains students in formulating strategies and taking marketing decisions (Porter’s Competitive Approaches) and adopting different strategies along different stages of the life cycle (entry strategies, expansion strategies in growing environments, marketing strategies in mature markets, exit strategies in declining environments).

Students also learn how to prepare a formal Marketing Plan (organising people and resources for the marketing plan, information systems for the marketing plan, scheduling the marketing plan, and finally budgeting and controlling the marketing plan).
 

Accounting

 

Sub-module: International Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis

 
The International Accounting and Finance Statement Analysis sub-module forms part of the Accounting module.

This module is an introduction to accounting and financial reporting in a multinational environment. Accounting information, in the form of financial statements, is used for planning, control and decision making. This module looks at the analysis of accounts and financial information from the point of view of the users (manager and investor) rather than the preparer (accountant) of information and emphasises the international dimension of financial reporting. 
 
Some of the topics covered include the Balance Sheet, Inventory Valuation Methods, Income Statement (P&L), ratios (financial analysis), cash flow statements, international accounting (Sarbannes-Oxley), and ethics in accounting.
 

Sub-module: Budgeting and Controlling

 
The budgeting and controlling sub-module forms part of the Accounting module.

This module is dedicated to internal decision makers who need to plan, control, co-ordinate and analyse where and how revenues, costs and profits are created in the company, and who need to compare profits according to different scenarios. This module trains students to distinguish between the basic cost categories (fixed/variable, product/period, actual/ forecast, direct/indirect), to use marginal costing concepts in problem solving, to calculate  profit/volume equations to determine breakeven, safety index and operating leverage, and to appreciate the importance of indirect costs (overheads).

The module also elaborates on the role of the budget and how to prepare its various components (budgeted P&L, cash budget, budgeted balance sheet). Students are taught about the role of reporting in managing organisations and the balanced scorecard approach to implement strategy and measure corporate performance.
 

Finance and Economics


Sub-module: Corporate Finance

 
The Corporate Finance sub-module forms part of the Finance and Economics module.
 
The course addresses the basic principles of corporate finance: the role of finance in corporations, the financing cycle and the conditions of value creation; compounding, discounting, the net present value; and investment decisions (cash-flow forecasts and investment selection criteria: NPV, IRR,…).
 
This module also focuses on the key financing decisions: the financing resources of corporations (equity and financial debt); equity financing (how to raise money by issuing equity), estimation of the cost of equity, debt financing (main types of debt, how to issue debt, calculation of the cost of debt), and the weighted average cost of capital.
 

Sub-module: International Financial Risk Management

 
The International Financial Risk Management submodule forms part of the Finance and Economics module.

This module begins by explaining why international finance is different from purely domestic finance. In addition to basic corporate finance problems such as financing, investment etc., when a corporation decides to turn international, it is also required to cope with floating exchange rates.
 
The course on International Financial Risk Management describes how financial managers operate to protect or maximise the value of the firm in the current volatile global environment. Topics include the exposure of the corporation to foreign exchange risk, the foreign
exchange market, the foundations of the international monetary system, the currency derivatives, hedging policies, risk reporting, and accountancy questions raised by international financial management.
 

Sub-module: Microeconomics of Competitiveness (Harvard Business School Course)

 
The Microeconomics of Competitiveness sub-module forms part of the Finance and Economics module.
 
This module explores the determinants of national and regional competitiveness from a bottom-up, microeconomic perspective. The module probes the ultimate determinants of a nation’s or region’s productivity, rooted in the  strategies and operating practices of locally-based firms, the vitality of clusters, and the quality of the business environment in which competition takes place.
 
This module examines both advanced and developing economies and addresses the competitiveness of
nations, sub-national units such as states or provinces, and particular clusters. The module also examines the role that economic coordination among neighboring countries plays in competitiveness. The module is concerned not only with government policy but also with the roles that firms, industry associations, universities, and other  institutions play in competitiveness policy, but also the organisational structures, institutional structures, and change processes required for sustained improvements in competitiveness.
 

IT and Web Applications


Sub-module: Managing Information Systems

 
The Managing Information Systems sub-module forms part of the IT and Web Application module.

The intent of this module is to provide students with an introduction to the key concepts and principles needed for the effective deployment, use, and management of Information Technology in organisations.

 

International Management 

 

Sub-module: Intercultural and Ethical Issues in International Business

 
Intercultural and Ethical Issues in International Business sub-module forms part of the International Management
module.

This module aims to discuss a variety of intercultural and ethical issues that international managers encounter. The first part of the module encourages students to critique the essentialist national and corporate culture paradigms and offers dynamic paradigms for cultural sense-making. This part of the module also encourages reflections on  perceptual biases, stereotypes, intercultural communication, discrimination, and ethical value judgments.
 
The second half of the module focuses more on the basic concepts and logic of business ethics; legality and morality, the cultural dimension in ethical issues in business, and Corporate Social Responsibility.
 
Additionally, it focuses on contemporary macro level themes and issues in the subject like sustainability in its various meanings. It also discusses the stakeholder theory, micro level ethical issues in business and leading
approaches to moral philosophy.
 

Sub-module: Managing People and Organisation 

 
The Managing People and Organisation sub-module forms part of the International Management module.
 
This module explores the various dimensions to managing people and organisations. It adopts a critical perspective to the experience of work in national and international organisations. It addresses topics such as motivation, decision making, and team working; as well as processes such as recruitment, mobility management, and the  learning organisation within the wider challenges faced in managing organisations dispersed across multiple national contexts.
 

International Business


Sub-module: International Negotiation

 
The International Negotiation sub-module forms part of the International Business module.

The objectives of this module are to develop the understanding of the main concepts of negotiation as well as the participants’ basic negotiation skills. The international dimension is covered through readings, exercises, preparation and role play of an international negotiation case in a cross-cultural group.
 

Sub-module: Introduction to International Business

 
The Introduction to International Business sub-module forms part of the International Business module. 

The objective of this module is to help students understand the general environment of international business. Through discussion of cases, the module aims to improve the student’s ability to identify and resolve business problems related to the international environment and to become intelligent consumers of business news.
 

Sub-module: Legal Environment of International Business

 
The Legal Environment of International Business submodule forms part of the International Business module.

 

Sub-module: Global Business Operations

 
The Global Business Operations sub-module forms part of the International Business module.
 
This module examines the strategies available to global companies for successful operations abroad. It focuses on the opportunities and risks for companies investing in business operations in both developed countries and in emerging economies, particularly where this concerns foreign direct investment.

 

Sub-module: Global Trade Relations

 
The Global Trade Relations sub-module forms part of the International Business module.

This module presents the international trading environment and the relations between developed and emerging economies at a macroeconomic level with a focus on regional trade blocs.
 

Strategic and Operations

 

Sub-module: Strategic Management

 
The Strategic Management sub-module forms part of the Strategy and Operations module. 

This module addresses the following question: what makes the firm successful? Success is defined in
this context in terms of creating shareholder value over the long-term. The strategy of a firm is the set of decisions it makes concerning how it will achieve superior performance, and therefore create value for its shareholders.

The course will present the tools and techniques for formulating successful strategies, by analysing industries, sources of profitability available to firms, and designing the strategies to access these sources of profitability. It looks at strategy as a link between the firm and its industry environment. 
 
A central topic of the course is the analysis of industry structure and the strategies for building competitive advantage for superior profitability. The course is concerned not just with analysis but with decisions. Therefore, it concentrates on discussions on industries and individual companies. Students are asked to analyse industries and structures and positions, and make decisions concerning key issues and indicate how these decisions may be implemented.
 

Sub-module: Project Management

 
The Project Management sub-module forms part of the Strategy and Operations module.

The objective of this module is introduce, to students, the basic tools and methodology for Project Management in
order to make them familiar with the best practices in Project Management.

The module covers topics like micro and macro- planning (Gantt, PERT and the Work Breakdown Structure), planning and resource allocations, project monitoring and risk (resource and time constrains, managing project evolution, identifying hazard and managing risk), and also personnel management and project closing (management approaches within project cycles, closing and archiving projects).
 

Sub-module: International Operations and Supply Chain Management

 
The International Operations and Supply Chain Management sub-module forms part of the Strategy and Operations module.

This module looks in greater depth at one key specific area of doing business on a global scale: the organisation of logistics and the analysis of value in the supply chain.
 

Sub-module: Managing Technology and Innovations

 
The Managing Technology and Innovations sub-module forms part of the Strategy and Operations module.

This module begins with generating a general understanding of how innovations should be taken into account in  business and corporate strategies, and progressively zooms in on the market level, and on the question of how firms can make market successes out of innovation ideas. It covers the basic concepts of innovation and competitive  dynamics, business models, the involvement of customers in the New Product Development process, and new product acceptance and diffusion.
 
 

Foreign Language

 
Foreign language skills are an asset in the international environment, therefore a foreign language module is an integral part of the programme for all students. Non- French speakers will study French and non-Mandarin speakers will study Chinese.

This module will be taught over the period of 9 months covering 72 contact hours.
 

The International Management Project

 
Upon completion of the academic taught part, students will begin writing their final management project under the supervision of a tutor from Grenoble Graduate School of Business. Grading of final management projects will be made by faculty members of Grenoble Graduate School of Business. 

The project should be 20,000 words long and involve both library and field research. The project will investigate a particular research question that is business oriented and international in context. The dissertation can be done in parallel with full-time employment or in an internship.
 

Business Research and Analysis

 

Sub-module:

Research Methodology for International Managers I /

Research Methodology for International Managers II

 
This module is divided into two parts and runs over two semesters. The first part of the module covers the basics of research methodology for future international managers. In semester 2 the module focuses more on data collection, data analysis, and the final write up of the Final Management Project.
 
Topics to be covered in Semester 1 include choosing a research question, conducting literature review, generating hypotheses, operationalising constructs, interviews, questionnaire design, and collecting survey data.
 
In semester 2 the following topics will be covered: descriptive statistics, probability, inferential statistics, bivariate and multivariate statistics, and finally, combining  findings from quantitative and qualitative research to write the Final Management Project Report.
 
*GGSB reserves the right to vary the curriculum and duration.
 

The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 100 (lecture)

The average lecturer/student ratio is 1 : 20 (tutorial)

Click here to download profiles of lecturers.

 

 

Structure and Duration


Full-Time Programme (for International students only)

  • Offered only on full-time basis and delivered in intensive block teaching
  • The normal length of the full-time programme is 15 months minimum (9 months taught and 6 months Final Management Project) to 24 months maximum (9 months taught and 15 months Final Management Project)
  • 15 modules include 12 academic modules, 2 levels of language modules (French language for non-native French speakers & Mandarin for native speakers) and 1 final management project
  • Seven of the 12 academic modules will be taught by the GGSB faculty
  • Five modules will be taught by local lecturers who have been selected through a stringent process. The research methodology module will be taught by the GGSB faculty.
  • The Foreign Language will be taught over the period of 10 months.
  • Under any circumstances a student, to be eligible for the award of a Masters degree, must have completed all of the required work including the Final Management Project within 4 years of the date of their first admission to the programme. After that time any accumulated ECTS will become null and void.
 

Commencement Date


Class Intake for 2014

 
Course Commencement Date Completion Date
24 months Full-Time Programme October 2014 September 2016
 

Fees:

 
: : Application Fee        S$137.00 (MDIS)
                                       EUR95.00 (GGSB TOPAPPLY Website)
 
: : Tuition Fees       S$37,450.00
 
* All fees quoted are inclusive of GST.
* Non-tuition fees are not included.
 
 

Entry Requirements

Interested applicants must possess the following:

  • Recognised Bachelor's degree in any subject
  • Work experience is not compulsory
  • Candidates from all backgrounds (both academic and cultural) are welcome to apply.

Other equivalent qualification may be considered on a case by case basis

Applicants must also provide two references - one academic and one professional. The relevant forms are available upon request.

Additional Criteria

All applicants must also demonstrate proficiency in the English language.

OR

Recognised English qualification - IELTS (International English Language Testing System) at a minimum of 6.5 with a minimum mark of 6 in all areas (listening, reading, writing and speaking).

OR

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) at a minimum of 240 points (computer-based) or 587 points (paper-based) or 94 points (internet-based) with a minimum mark of 21 on the test of written English

Applicants who do not meet the English requirements will need to complete the Professional Certificate in English (PCIE) Programme and attain the equivalent of IELTS 6.5

Age Requirement

Applicants must be of age 20 and above

 

 

Application Procedure

All applications should be submitted four weeks before the commencement date.

Interested applicants are to register online via Grenoble Graduate School of Business website http://ggsb.topapply.com.. Please prepare the following documents in electronic format:

  • Academic certificates and transcripts
  • Curriculum vitae / Resume
  • Photo (colour, JPEG, 150 x 150 pixels)
  • Copy of TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score report (applicable for degree not delivered in English)
  • Letter of Motivation
  • 2 referees’ contact information
  • Application Processing Fee to GGSB TOPAPPLY (non-refundable fee of EUR95, payable via credit card

Upon completion of the online application, applicants are to submit the following to MDIS:

  • MDIS Application Form
  • 4 recent passport-size photographs of the applicant. (against white background)
  • 1 copy of Immigration and Checkpoint Authority (ICA) e-Form 16
  • Copy of applicant's passport pages showing his/ her particulars and travel and travel document's date of validity. (At least 1 year)
  • Copy of applicant's Birth Certificate / Affidavit
  • Copy of applicant's Certified / Notarised copy of Education Results/Certificates and Transcripts ( with detailed results)
  • Copy of the student pass (For applicants transferred from other schools in Singapore) or Notification for Cancellation of Student Pass, Visit pass and Embarkation Form.
  • Must show proof of English Medium Study / First Placement Test Attempted / IELTS / TOEFL
  • Copy of financial ability. (e.g. bank statement, fixed deposit / saving account ) • Visa Required Country only (E.g. minimum amount of RMB150, 000 for PRC only)
  • Proof of parent's occupation (PRC only)
  • University Matriculation Form (if applicable)
  • Letter by applicant indicating interest to study with MDIS (study plan/ statement of purpose) for Master programmes

*Notarized English translations are needed if documents are in other languages.

For more enquiries, please contact us at 6278 8000 or email us at ib@mdis.edu.sg.

MDIS permits students to pay their course fee in instalments. An administrative charge of S$107.00 (inclusive of GST) will be levied on each late instalment payment of the course fee. Fees are payable upon confirmation and acceptance of the place in the programme before the programme commencement. You may pay your fee by cash, NETS, VISA, MasterCard, AMEX or by cheque or through our financial assistance scheme.If payment is by cheque, please indicate the details of the programme applied for on the back of the cheque, stating clearly you personal particulars and company name. Unless otherwise stated, all fees are inclusive of GST.

Please note that under the Private Education Act, all students will enter into a Fee Protection Scheme contract with MDIS.

 

Student Pass Application

International students are required to apply for student passes if they wish to study full-time in Singapore. Please click here for more information.

 

Structure and Duration


Full-Time Programme (for Local students only)

  • Offered only on full-time basis and delivered in intensive block teaching
  • The normal length of the full-time programme is 15 months minimum (9 months taught and 6 months Final Management Project) to 24 months maximum (9 months taught and 15 months Final Management Project)
  • 15 modules include 12 academic modules, 2 levels of language modules (French language for non-native French speakers & Mandarin for native speakers) and 1 final management project
  • Seven of the 12 academic modules will be taught by the GGSB faculty
  • Five modules will be taught by local lecturers who have been selected through a stringent process. The research methodology module will be taught by the GGSB faculty.
  • The Foreign Language will be taught over the period of 10 months.
  • Under any circumstances a student, to be eligible for the award of a Masters degree, must have completed all of the required work including the Final Management Project within 4 years of the date of their first admission to the programme. After that time any accumulated ECTS will become null and void.
 

Commencement Date

 

Class Intake for 2014

 
Course Commencement Date Completion Date
24 months Full-Time Programme October 2014 September 2016
 

Fees:

 
: : Application Fee:               S$53.50 (MDIS)
                                             EUR95.00 (GGSB TOPAPPLY Website)
 
: : Tuition Fees               S$36,112.50
: : Non-Tuition Fees      S$      747.32
Total                                S$36,859.82
 

Note:

  • All fees quoted are inclusive of GST.
  • Non-tuition fees for full-time programmes include MDIS membership entrance fees, annual membership subscription fees, MDIS experience seminars, medical insurance and fee protection scheme (FPS) Insurance Premium.
  • The above does not include Miscellaneous Fees, which refer to any non-compulsory and non-standard fees which the student will pay only when necessary or applicable.  Such fees are normally collected on an ad-hoc basis by the PEI when the need arises.
 

Entry Requirements

Interested applicants must possess the following:

  • Recognised Bachelor's degree in any subject
  • Work experience is not compulsory
  • Candidates from all backgrounds (both academic and cultural) are welcome to apply.

Other equivalent qualification may be considered on a case by case basis

Applicants must also provide two references - one academic and one professional. The relevant forms are available upon request.

Additional Criteria

All applicants must also demonstrate proficiency in the English language.

OR

Recognised English qualification - IELTS (International English Language Testing System) at a minimum of 6.5 with a minimum mark of 6 in all areas (listening, reading, writing and speaking).

OR

 
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) at a minimum of 240 points (computer-based) or 587 points (paper-based) or 94 points (internet-based) with a minimum mark of 21 on the test of written English.

Applicants who do not meet the English requirements will need to complete the Professional Certificate in English (PCIE) Programme and attain the equivalent of IELTS 6.5.

Age Requirement

Applicants must be of age 20 and above

 

 

Application Procedure

All applications should be submitted four weeks before the commencement date.

Interested applicants are to register online via Grenoble Graduate School of Business website http://ggsb.topapply.com. Please prepare the following documents in electronic format:

  • Academic certificates and transcripts
  • Curriculum vitae / Resume
  • Photo (colour, JPEG, 150 x 150 pixels)
  • Copy of TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score report (applicable for degree not delivered in English)
  • Letter of Motivation
  • 2 referees’ contact information
  • Application Processing Fee to GGSB TOPAPPLY (non-refundable fee of EUR95, payable via credit card

Upon completion of the online application, applicants are to submit the following to MDIS:

  • Completed MDIS application form that can be obtained from MDIS website or at any of our centres
  • Two passport-sized photographs
  • Curriculum vitae / Resume
  • Photocopy of NRIC / Passport
  • Certified true copies of all education certificates and transcripts
  • Other relevant educational / professional / training certificates
  • Application Processing Fee to MDIS (non-refundable fee of $53.50)
For more enquiries, please contact any of our programme consultants at 6247 9111 / 6372 1000 or email us at etc@mdis.edu.sg.

Management Development Institute of SIngapore Pte Ltd (MDIS Pte Ltd) collects course fees in accordance to the fees structure stipulated in the standard PEI-Student Contract. An administrative charge of S$107.00 (inclusive of GST) will be levied on each late instalment payment of the course fee. Fees are payable upon confirmation and acceptance of the place in the programme before the programme commencement.
Payment can be made by cash, NETS, VISA, MasterCard, AMEX, Tele-graphic Transfer or by cheque or through our financial assistance scheme. For cheque payment, please indicate the details of the programme applied for on the back of the cheque, stating clearly you personal particulars and company name.

Cheques must be crossed and made payable to "MDIS Pte Ltd". Student Name, NRIC/FIN Number and Course Title should be written on the reverse of your cheque.

Please note that under the Private Education Act, all students will enter into a Fee Protection Scheme contract with MDIS.

 

Financial Assistance Scheme

Student loans from the organisations listed below are available to Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Please contact the organisations directly to find out how you may benefit from their services

 

 

  1. STUDY LOANS
     

    Organisation Contact Number Website
    TCC Limited Tel : 6319 3700 www.tcc.org.sg
    DBS Bank Tel : 1800 111 1111 www.dbs.com.sg
    Maybank Tel : 1800 629 2265 www.maybank2u.com.sg

  2. CREDIT CARD INTEREST FREE 0%  INSTALMENT PLANS

    For All Programmes (Available in 6, 12 or 24 months)

    Organisation Contact Number Website
    Standard Chartered
    Bank
    Tel : 1800 747 7000 www.standardchartered.com.sg
    DBS Bank Tel : 1800 111 1111 www.dbs.com.sg
    Maybank Tel : 1800 968 2265 www.maybank.com.sg
    UOB Tel : 1800 226 6121 www.uob.com.sg
    OCBC Tel : 1800 363 3333 www.ocbc.com.sg
    Citibank Tel : 1800 225 5225 www.citibank.com.sg
    POSB Tel:  1800 339 6666 www.posb.com.sg
    Bank of China Tel:  1800 669 5566 http://www.bankofchina.com/sg

 

 
 
QUICK INFORMATION
Duration of Course | 15 months - 24 months
Award | MASTERS
  PROGRESS TO NEXT LEVEL  
COMMENCEMENT DATE  
 
Class Intake for 2014

Full Time Programme
October
CONTACT DETAILS  
 
MDIS Dhoby Ghaut  :+65 6372 1000
MDIS Main Campus :+65 6247 9111
FAX [65] 6796 7788 
 

 

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