ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT M.I.M.

 

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@ Experience the Internet Revolution

@ New Business World, New Academic Programs

@ Programs for American students

- Two Years program, four (4) semesters program

- One Year program, two (2) semesters program 

- One Semester program, six (6) months program

- Summer Session of Study Abroad

@ Programs for International students

- Management & e-Business

- Business English & Internship

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“Experience the Internet Revolution”

The globalization of trade, the development of information economies, and the explosion of world communication networks have fueled the Internet revolution. 

The Internet is changing the way business is conducted through new concepts, methods, and tools that apply across all business disciplines.

To meet the increasing demand for managers and executives in the fast growing Internet world, M.I.M. has created unique programs with strong focus on e-Business.

 

“New Business World, New Academic Programs”

M.I.M. interdisciplinary programs have aim to provide knowledge and skills in both, business management and e-Business management fields.

M.I.M. teaching philosophy is based on the following concepts:

-  to teach fundamentals in management, marketing, finance, information technology, and e-Business,

-  to blend academic theory with strong practical training,

-  to use the Internet as a new medium to teach business and management,

-  to integrate students in multinational environment to meet the challenge of business globalization.    

M.I.M. combines traditional coursework with part-time internships at companies thus providing students with the knowledge and skills to begin a successful career in the business world.   

M.I.M. fully leverages the Internet as an advanced medium to offer courses and internships, for both onsite and online learning.

M.I.M. Placement office helps students identify and select the best job offers in accordance with their professional and financial objectives, thanks to M.I.M.’s extensive alumni and companies network.

M.I.M. offers a large range of academic programs providing students a possibility to choose a program in accordance with their capacities and interests to build up their successful professional career in e-Business industry.

The programs are customized to different groups of students:

* Programs for American students

* Programs for international students

 

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PROGRAMS FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS

 

Comprehensive Programs

e-Businesses are extremely dynamic in nature. Hardware, software, products and services on e-Business industry are evolving rapidly.

M.I.M. offers fast-track programs for American students that have been designed to adapt to the constantly changing e-Business environment.

* Two Years program, four (4) semesters program

* One Year program, two (2) semesters program 

* One Semester program, six (6) months program

* Summer Session of Study Abroad

Students who successfully complete M.I.M. academic programs will be proficient in:

-  Evaluating strategic issues and emerging models in the e-Business 

    world, 

-     Elaborating a business plan for an e-Business,

-     Starting up an e-Business, offering product or service,

-     Creating a Web based applications for marketing, finance, or

    advertising,

-  Managing Internet/Intranet operations,

-     Facilitating the transition of a traditional company to the Internet 

   world. 

Two Dimensions: Business and e-Business

The Internet has changed our traditional ideas about business models and processes, and is profoundly affecting all business activities including marketing, finance, logistics, communication, law, technology, and much more.

M.I.M. e-Business programs prepare a new generation of managers with an appropriate level of knowledge and skills in management and e-Business, to take on challenging positions in the business world.

All M.I.M. programs emphasize two dimensions: Business and e-Business and include courses related to management, information technology, and e-Business. 

Teaching by-lecturing and by-doing

Additionally to the courses, students perform one or two semesters of internship at American companies located in New York City. 

The internship provides students with practical skills that complement their theoretical knowledge. 

Onsite and Online Teaching and Internships

At M.I.M., traditional onsite teaching and internship are combined with online courses and internships.  

The M.I.M. online courses and internships are particularly attractive to international students as well as to American students who wish to stay in their states or cities to avoid costly expenses associated with studying and living in New York.  

Students are assigned meaningful and real business tasks in an e-Business thus they get knowledge and skills consistent with M.I.M. programs philosophy. 

More information about M.I.M. online internship and courses is accessible at the M.I.M web site: www. vinternship.com

Optional Study Abroad 

M.I.M. programs are international and provide students with an option to study abroad, usually in European countries such as France, Italy, Germany, England, and Spain where M.I.M. has partners in over 30 carefully selected business schools, such as:       

-   European School of Economics (ESE, Rome, Italy, London, England),

-       Weller, Ecole Superieure du Developpement d’Entreprises (Paris, France),

-     Escuela de Administracion de Empresas  de Barcelona (EAE, Barcelona, Spain),

-        University of Vienna, International Business Department (Vienna, Austria),

-        Fachhochschule fur Technik und Wirtshaft (FHTW, Berlin, Germany).

Certificates in e-Business

Upon successful completion of their academic curriculum at M.I.M., students receive the M.I.M. Certificates with specialization in e-Business.

 

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TWO YEARS PROGRAM CURRICULUM

The Two Years program is open to High School graduates or students with 1-2 years of undergraduate or vocational studies seeking a career with focus on e-Business industry.

The Two Years program includes three Majors:  Management and Marketing, Finance and Economics, and Information Technologies. All majors have a strong emphasis on e-Business.

Management and Marketing

The program concentrates on the movement of products and services from conception through development, until their successful launching. Both strategic and day-to-day marketing management issues are addressed. e-Businesses in marketing, advertising and public relations are studied. 

Career opportunities include positions in marketing, sales, product and service management, and public relations fields.

Finance and Economics

The program focuses on financial markets and financial management in such areas as international business, corporate and institutional finance, banking, and accounting. Internet applications for banking, trading, and financial transactions are explored.

Career opportunities include positions in international business, finance management, banking, stock investment, and accounting.

Information Technologies

The program presents concepts and methods of information technologies applied in systems analysis and design, database management and data communications.  Internet technologies used in e-Commerce, multimedia design and production, web page creation and development are explored in-depth.  

Career opportunities include positions in information management, multimedia and Internet technologies applications, and e-Commerce.

TWO YEARS PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The programs consist of core courses, which are common to and mandatory for all Majors, courses in Majors and elective courses.

CORE COURSES

-    Principles of Management

-         Marketing Fundamentals

-         Corporate Finance

-         Financial Accounting

-         Managerial Accounting

-         Business Statistics

-         Production and Operations Management

-         Management of Information Systems

-         Database Management Systems

-         The Web Economy

-         e-Business Technology

-         Legal Issues in e-Business

COURSES IN MAJORS  

Management and Marketing

-         Strategic Marketing Management

-         Global Marketing

-         e-Commerce Management

-         Internet Marketing and Advertising

-    Introduction to Graphic Applications for Business

-         Starting up e-Business  

Finance and Economics

-    Modern Trading Strategies

-         e-Commerce Management

-         Introduction to e-Finance

-         Investment Research and Trading Using the Internet

-         Electronic Payment Systems

-    Starting up e-Business

Information Technology

-         Data Communications and Networking

-         Data Mining Techniques for Business

-         Information Security for e-Business

-         Advanced Web Site Design

-         Web Server Development

-    Starting up e-Business

ELECTIVE COURSES

Elective courses provide in-depth studies of special topics selected by students in accordance with their professional preferences and through consultation with a faculty advisor.  

The elective courses are taught on-site or online and provided by M.I.M. instructors or partners.

PROJECT

Students interested in special issues regarding e-Business can conduct a one-semester project approved and supervised by M.I.M. faculty advisors.  To fulfill the project, teams of students undertake research and build Internet-based applications to solve a real business problem.  At the end of the project, students submit a report to M.I.M.

INTERNSHIP

The objective of the internship is to introduce students to the realities and practices of the business world.

Students’ resumes will be sent to American companies in accordance with students’ professional preferences. Appointments with internship supervisors in each company interested in interns will be organized to discuss students’ prospective positions and duties. When the company and the student agree on internship conditions, the internship will begin. 

M.I.M. closely supervises students during their internship, providing advice and help to students. At the end of the internship, students submit a report to M.I.M.

EXCHANGE PROGRAM

The objective of the Exchange Program is to put students in a challenging and enriching environment with business culture and teaching methods different from those in the USA. Students analyze, compare and learn how to manage cross-cultural differences in the business world.  M.I.M. students, who wish to study abroad, are placed in a European Business School, an M.I.M. partner school, of their choice.  Alternatively, they may perform a full-time internship with a company abroad, if approved by M.I.M. 

TWO YEARS PROGRAM SCHEDULE

 The Two Years program at M.I.M. includes the following:

 1st Semester

  6 Core Courses

  2nd Semester

  6 Core Courses

  3rd Semester

  6 Courses in one of the following Majors:

-         Management and Marketing,

-         Finance and Economics,

-         Information Technologies.

Project

  4th Semester

  3 Elective Courses

  Internship in the USA or Study Abroad

 

ADMISSION GUIDELINES

Applicants must go to the button "Admission" to pick up, fill out and submit an Application Form to M.I.M.  M.I.M. will notify applicants of their acceptance status and provide a letter of admission. Final enrollment requires payment of tuition fees.  

The tuition fees should be transferred to the following M.I.M. bank account:

 

Swift:                       chasus33

ABA number:         021000021

Account Number:  035-0753723-65

Account Name:      Manhattan Institute of Management

Bank Name:            Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC, NY

Bank Address:        280 Broadway, New York City, NY 10007 USA

 

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ONE YEAR PROGRAM CURRICULUM

The One Year program is open to:

-   Graduate level and University-trained applicants seeking a career change focusing on e-Business industry,

-     early and mid career executives looking for career advancement requiring in-depth knowledge in e-Business area.  

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ONE YEAR PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The One Year program provides in depth knowledge related to application of Internet-based technologies into various business functions such as Management, Marketing, and Finance.

The program includes courses in Business, Information Technology and e-Business and optional one or two semester internship at American companies.

There are two kinds of courses: core courses mandatory for all students, and elective courses chosen by students with the assistance of M.I.M. faculty advisors.

CORE COURSES:

-         Strategic Marketing Management

-         Global Marketing

-         Corporate Finance

-    Banking and Trading

-         Management of Information Systems

-         Data Communications and Networking

-         e-Business Technology

-         Internet Marketing and Advertising

-         Introduction to e-Finance

-         Investment Research and Trading Using the Internet

-         Information Security for e-Business

-         Introduction to Graphics Applications for Business

-         Starting up e-Business

-         Legal Issues in e-Business  

ELECTIVE COURSES

Elective courses provide in-depth studies of special topics selected by students in accordance with their professional preferences and through consultation with a faculty advisor.  

The elective courses are taught on-site or online and provided by M.I.M. instructors or partners.

ONE YEAR PROGRAM SCHEDULE

The One Year program at M.I.M. includes the following:

1st Semester

6 Core Courses + 1 Elective Course + Optional Internship

 2nd Semester

6 Core Courses + 1 Elective Course + Optional Internship

ADMISSION GUIDELINES

Applicants must go to the button "Admission" to pick up, fill out and submit an Application Form to M.I.M.  M.I.M. will notify applicants of their acceptance status and provide a letter of admission. Final enrollment requires payment of tuition fees.  

The tuition fees should be transferred to the following M.I.M. bank account:

 

Swift:                       chasus33

ABA number:         021000021

Account Number:  035-0753723-65

Account Name:      Manhattan Institute of Management

Bank Name:            Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC, NY

Bank Address:        280 Broadway, New York City, NY 10007 USA

 

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ONE SEMESTER PROGRAM CURRICULUM

The short-term programs or One Semester programs are open to High School graduates, students of Higher Education establishments in the USA and abroad, and executives seeking intensive and short-term training in e-Business industry.

For foreign students the One Semester program is considered as one semester Study Abroad in the USA integrated in their local programs.

ONE SEMESTER PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The One Semester program introduces to various applications of Internet-based technologies to business functions as Management, Marketing, and Finance.

The program consists in courses in Business, Information Technology and e-Business and internship.

The courses include 5-6 core courses, mandatory for all students, and 1-2 elective courses chosen by students with help of M.I.M. faculty advisors.

The internship aims introducing students to the realities and practices of e-Business through placement at companies involved in this industry in accordance with students’ professional preferences.

CORE COURSES:

-         Strategic Marketing Management

-         Corporate Finance

-    Banking and Trading

-         Management of Information Systems

-         The Web Economy

-         e-Business Technology

-         Internet Marketing and Advertising

-         Introduction to e-Finance

-         Introduction to Graphics Applications for Business

-         Starting up e-Business

-       Legal Issues in e-Business  

ELECTIVE COURSES

Elective courses provide in-depth studies of special topics selected by students in accordance with their professional preferences and through consultation with a faculty advisor.  

The elective courses are taught on-site or online and provided by M.I.M. instructors or partners.

   

ADMISSION GUIDELINES

Applicants must go to the button "Admission" to pick up, fill out and submit an Application Form to M.I.M.  M.I.M. will notify applicants of their acceptance status and provide a letter of admission. Final enrollment requires payment of tuition fees.  

The tuition fees should be transferred to the following M.I.M. bank account:

 

Swift:                       chasus33

ABA number:         021000021

Account Number:  035-0753723-65

Account Name:      Manhattan Institute of Management

Bank Name:            Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC, NY

Bank Address:        280 Broadway, New York City, NY 10007 USA

 

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SUMMER SESSION OF STUDY ABROAD 

Summer Session of Study Abroad, in France, is offered by M.I.M. partner, the French Business School “Daudet International”.  

Daudet International, founded in 1976, has already gained a solid reputation in international education. It is situated in the center of Montpellier, the second largest city in France for number of students. Montpellier is an ideal town to live and study in, for its cultural opportunities, international students communities and its wonderful mild climate on the French Riviera (Mediterranean Coast). The school campus is situated in a large park, close to urban transportation. It combines a pleasant environment to study in with the advantage to be in the town center.

Daudet International offers a wide range of Summer courses, open from June to September. Courses are taught in English and French with optional topics adjusted to each student’s choice.  

Cultural richness of French Provence and Riviera, regional history, and vibrant daily life make the study abroad program at DAUDET Int. intellectually challenging and aesthetically stimulating.

Outings at Montpellier include visits to old city quarters as well as to Montpellier’s Technological Park, French mini Silicon Valley.

Longer trips take students to Marseille, Arles, Aix-en-Provence, Nimes and Avignon. The visit to Avignon also allows students to participate in the internationally famous Avignon Theatre Festival and experience contemporary Provençal culture as well as the history of the 14th-century Avignon papacy and remarkable architectural traces from the papal years.

DAUDET Int. offers to international students undergraduate and graduate level courses, offered in English and French, and French language courses, conducted only in French.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Summer undergraduate program at DAUDET International provides a rich introduction to French civilization through classroom studies and diverse extracurricular activities. The courses provide exceptional academic background supplemented by excursions. Intensive French language classes are mandatory.

Contemporary France
4 points.
Considers the concept of "French Civilization" in both its mythical and real aspects. Gives students considerable knowledge of the economic and social features of contemporary France through a comparison of French and American cultures.

French Culture and Cinema
4 points.

Analysis of relations between French cinema and popular culture, particularly in the period between 1930 and 1980. The notions of popular culture and mass culture and the way in which culture has been defined thematically and structurally. Relationships between, and ideological functions of, popular and legitimate culture.

 

Contemporary French Theatre
4 points.

This class explores French theatre at the end of the 19th century and the major innovations of the great directors in the 20th century: Jarry, Cocteau, Giraudoux, Anouilh . The theatre of ideas along the existentialist lines of Camus, Sartre, and the presentation of a new vision of man in the world in the theatre of the absurd (Ionesco and Beckett). This course culminates in a weekend visit to the famed Theatre Festival in Avignon.

 

The French Painting in the 19th and 20th Centuries
4 points.
The course examines a multitude of art movements (realism, the Barbizon School, impressionism, neoimpressionism, postimpressionism, the Nabis, cubism) as they were formed in the 19th and 20th centuries.The second half of the course focuses on changes in the art world during the first half of the 20th century, with particular attention on the dada movement, surrealism, abstraction, new realism, op art, new figuration, minimal art.

 

The History of Photography as a Fine Art
4 points.

This course explores photography from the 1830s to the present day, emphasizing style and subject matter (rather than technical processes) in the work of the major photographers. We consider how photography has enlarged and affected our vision and knowledge of the world and how photography and modern art have influenced each other.

 

 

GRADUATE COURSES


Summer graduate study at DAUDET International, geared toward teachers of high school French or other professionals unable to study during the academic year, offers intensive course work in French civilization, language, and literature. Graduate students are welcome to participate in all cultural activities and excursions to broaden their academic training.


Each summer, three broad-based courses are offered, focusing on history, linguistic, and culture. Samples of such courses are given below.


Problems in Contemporary French Society
4 points.
An introduction to the analysis of French society and postwar processes of social reproduction and transformation. Local-level ethnographies and national-scale studies are used to explore relationships between individual experience, local variation, and national trends.


Applied Phonetics and Spoken Contemporary French
4 points.
Concepts of phonetic description; review of French phonetics (basic phonemes, syllabification, intonation, rhythm, pauses, etc.), with special emphasis on the specific problems encountered by English-speaking students. Study of expressiveness in the spoken language.

Contemporary French Poetry
4 points.

This course studies the richness and diversity of contemporary French poetry by concentrating on in-depth analyses of poems by such writers as Apollinaire, Ponge, Michaux, Guillevic, Michel Deguy, Jacques Roubaud, Yves Bonnefoy, and others.

 

LANGUAGE COURSES

 

All language courses are conducted in French.

 

Intensive Elementary French
Open to beginners with no previous training in French.

8 points.
Presentation and systematic practice of basic structures and vocabulary of oral French through dialogues, pattern drills, and exercises. Correct pronunciation, sound placement, and intonation are stressed.


Intensive Intermediate French
Open to students who have basic knowledge in French.

8 points.
Stresses the acquisition and practice of more sophisticated structures of French. Development of fundamental oral and written skills, vocabulary, and conversational ability. Students read short texts and complete guided compositions.

Conversation and Composition
Open to students who have medium French level.

4 points.
Systematizes and reinforces the language skills presented in lower-level courses through an intensive review of grammar, written exercises, and introduction to composition, lexical enrichment, and spoken skills.

Spoken Contemporary French

Open to students who have medium French level.

4 points.
Helps students to develop vocabulary, improve pronunciation, and learn new idiomatic expressions. Provides an introduction to corrective phonetics and emphasis on understanding contemporary French through a study of authentic documents, such as radio and television interviews, advertisements, and spontaneous oral productions.

Written Contemporary French

Open to students who have medium French level.
4 points.
Designed to improve the student's written French and to provide advanced training in French and comparative grammar. Students are trained to express themselves in a variety of writing situations (diaries, transcripts, narrations, letters, etc.). Focuses on the distinction between spoken and written styles and the problem of contrastive grammar. Emphasis is on accuracy and fluency of usage in the written language.

TUITION FEES AND COSTS
Undergraduate tuition (per point): $400
Graduate tuition (per point): $550

Language courses tuition (per point): $400

Housing (per month): $500

City transportation (per month): $30

Meals (per day): $30

ADMISSIONS
Students taking advanced language courses should complete the application form and include one letter of recommendation. The recommendation should be from a professor with whom you have recently studied and should refer to your language skills, academic preparation, and general ability to live and study in a foreign country. The recommendation should be enclosed with your application.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Daudet International

20, rue Ernest Michel

34000 Montpellier, FRANCE

Tel:  334 67 58 83 63 Fax: 334 67 58 77 82

Web site: www.daudeteducation.com

Email: [email protected]  

 

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PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

The M.I.M. programs are customized to international students and their attractiveness for them is based on the following points:

- the programs are short-term ones easily integrated in local BBA or MBA type programs,

- the program tuition fees are not expensive comparatively with tuition fees of other American higher education institutions,

- the program provides not only mandatory core courses but a large scale of optional elective courses,

- the program includes an internship at American companies that gives students unique possibility to get working experience at New York, the world capital in management, finance and information technology.

M.I.M. offers two types of programs for international students:

* Management & e-Business

* Business English & Internship

 

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Management & e-Business

The program "Management & e-Business", designed in a practical way, combining courses and internship, is ideal for applicants having some background in management and striving for entering new soaring industry – e-Business.

The Management & e-Business program can help you:

-         master your knowledge and skills in Management and e-Business,

-         get proficiency in evaluating strategic issues and emerging models in e-Business world,

-         facilitate the transition of a traditional company to the Internet world,

-         improve your current job or start up your own e-Business.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Courses

The program provides a large range of mandatory core courses in Management and e-Business chosen in accordance with preferences of students majority.

Business English course is also mandatory for all students.

The core courses in Management cover various topics in the field of finance, marketing, human resources, and international business.

The core courses in e-Business are chosen from the following list:

1. Database Management Systems 

Logical structure and physical implementation of database management systems. Data file design; models; structure concepts; administration, and security.

2. Data Communications and Networking

Principles of interconnection of large computer systems. Technologies for reliable transmission; creation of local and wide area networks; Internet based technologies. 

3. Internet Revolution

Impact of the Internet on the way people communicate and conduct business. World Wide Web, internetworking, client-server computing, Internet client-server applications, Web technology.

4. The Web Economy

Coexistence and confrontation of two parallel economies, the traditional economy and new web economy. New business rules and strategies for the 21st century economy.

5. Human Factor in Internet Environment

Human interaction with the Internet. People’s goals and behavior patterns in electronic shopping, maintaining relationships, communicating, and gathering information.

6. e-Business Technologies

Internet based technologies applications in a business environment. Fundamental protocols, applications and services; network architecture, and business issues.

7. e-Commerce Management

Comparison of traditional commerce and e-Commerce. e-Commerce strategies and business plan; e-marketing; electronic money, contracts, accounting, and taxation.

8. Legal Issues in e-Business

Legal and practical aspects of e-Business. New contracts paradigms; digital jurisdiction, contracts, signatures; encryption technologies; online delivery of digital products. 

9. Internet Marketing

Impact of the Internet on traditional marketing practice. Online market research; data collection tools; electronic media advertising; online branding, and direct marketing. 

10. Internet  Advertising

Specificities of advertising at the Internet. Internet based technologies for creation, development and evaluation of successful advertising campaign. 

11. Introduction to e-Finance

Financial aspects of doing e-Business. Financing an Internet venture; online payment strategies; e-Business models for development costs, and ongoing operations. 

12. Introduction to Web Site Design and Development

Planning, designing and launching a complete website. Website development through advanced graphics and multimedia. Web authoring and communication.

13. Investment Research and Trading Using the Internet

Using the Internet to process investment information. Integration of information and models generated through the Internet in traditional models for gathering information and trading. 

14. Electronic Payment Systems

Electronic payment, banking and funds transfer. Payment gateways, electronic presentment, clearance, dishonor. Digital cash, credit card transactions, bill payment.

15. Information Security for e-Business

Electronic data security and consumer privacy. Securing credit card numbers; firewalls for data interchange; protection of an intranet against attacks and threats of outsiders.

16. Starting up e-Business

Entrepreneurship at the Internet. Business strategies; opportunities and dangers; technological and design aspects; venture start up, business plan and fund-raising.

17. Advanced Web design

Web page development with primary HTML method providing mostly static presentation of pages to more interactive dynamically delivered content using XML and Flash.

Students can choose optional elective courses related to management in various fields as finance, marketing, human resources, communication, hospitality & travel, sport & leisure, entertainment & events, music, fashion, art & heritage. The elective courses are usually provided during evening time by M.I.M. partners, other academic institutions located in Manhattan. 

M.I.M. draws on the rich resources of New York for its academic expertise. Many courses at M.I.M. are taught by professors from universities such as New York University, Columbia University, Pace College, Hunter College … as well by executives working in New York based corporations.

Meetings with local business people and site visits to local business institutions and companies are also included in the program.

Internship

Internship aims to provide students work experience at leading American and multinational companies located in Manhattan area.

Students are tested at the beginning about their English level and their preferences for industry and company profile for internship placement. Afterwards they have to prepare their resumes according to American standards which will be sent to companies, eventually interested in such interns.

After some appointments with internship supervisors of the companies students are placed for internship under condition that their English level and professional skills are acceptable for the companies. Students are closely assisted by M.I.M. during their internship.

Placement for internship is usually over 1 month after the beginning of the program. Internship is unpaid and takes, in general, 5-6 months. 

The companies providing internship for M.I.M. students include:

Adidas, AEFFE, BusinessEdge Solutions, Bosselli Studio, Cariplo Bank, Donna Karan NY, Elite Models, Emporio Armani Boutique, EpsylonTech.com, Euroconsult, Fashion Studio, Fendi Stores, Fulcrum Gallery, Marion Greenberg Inc., Gucci America, Hotel Sofitel North America, KCSA, Knitting Factory, Laforge & Stevens, Lalique, Max Mara, Merrill Lynch, New York Habitat, OTC, Prada, Professo, PVA International, Sky Express Travel Services, SRS Hotel, Stevens Communications, World Watch Publishing , Voga, etc.

COURSES SCHEDULE

The courses schedule consists of eight classroom hours per week during the 16 weeks with total amount 120-130 classroom hours.

CERTIFICATE AND INTERNSHIP CONFIRMATION LETTER

M.I.M. delivers a Certificate to students upon their successful completion of the Management & e-Business program together with an internship confirmation letter.

2001 CALENDAR

The Management & e-Business program is offered 3 times a year and starting dates of the programs are as follows:

*   Spring semester - January 20th

*   Summer semester- May 20th

*   Fall semester - September 20th

TUITION FEES AND EXPENSES

Tuition fees for 6 months Management & e-Business program including 4 months of core courses in Management and e-Business with total amount 120-130 classroom hours and 5-6 months internship is $3,500 per student.

If students choose some elective courses, they must pay supplementary about $600 per course per student.

Estimated living expenses at New York including housing, meals, city transport are about $1,000 per student per month.

ACCOMODATION

M.I.M. has no housing on campus. However, M.I.M. assists and provides students helpful information for finding accommodation just after their arrival in New York and renting housing for 6 months at Manhattan, rather expensive, or cheaper at Brooklyn, Queens, or New Jersey.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

Applicants for the Management & e-Business program must have:

ADMISSION

Applicants should go to "Admission" to pick up, fill out and submit an application form.

M.I.M. will notify applicants about their admission status. The applicants enrolled in M.I.M. programs must pay to M.I.M. 50% of their tuition fees ($1,750) through bank transfer, check or money order mailing. After receiving the payment, M.I.M. will issue a Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 form) for getting 6 months American student M-1 visa in American Consulates of applicants’ countries.

Applicants must pay to M.I.M. the rest of their tuition fees ($1,750) at their arrival to M.I.M..  

The tuition fees should be transferred to the following M.I.M. bank account:

 

Swift:                       chasus33

ABA number:         021000021

Account Number:  035-0753723-65

Account Name:      Manhattan Institute of Management

Bank Name:            Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC, NY

Bank Address:        280 Broadway, New York City, NY 10007 USA

REIMBURSEMENT

If an applicant for some reasons fails to get M-1 visa M.I.M. will reimburse all fees and deposits except bank fees $25 for bank transfer. 

SAMPLE WEEKLY SCHEDULES

Weekly schedules, presented below, are given, respectively, for the first 16 weeks, and the last 8 weeks of the Management & e-Business program.  

M.I.M. INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP

The most part of the students was enrolled in M.I.M. programs through international partnership with carefully selected overseas Institutes and Universities. 

The M.I.M. programs were usually inserted in their local programs as a part of BBA and MBA type programs.      

M.I.M. is developing its international contacts through offering new programs and products adjusted to needs of existing partners and establishing a partnership with new partners interested in mutually profitable cooperation with M.I.M.

The members of M.I.M. international network are listed below.

1.        WELLER, Ecole Superieure du Developpement d’Entreprises (Paris, 

      France)  

2.   European Business School (Paris, France)

3.   ESA3 (Paris, France)  

4.   Daudet International (Montpellier, France)

5.        European School of Economics (ESE, Rome, Italy)

6.        University of Barcelona (San Pablo C.E.U., Barcelona, Spain)

7.        Escuala de Administracion de Empresas de Barcelona (EAE,

      Barcelona, Spain)

8.        Universidad de Deusto (San Sebastian, Spain)

9.        University of Vienna, International Business Department  (Vienna,

      Austria)

10.     Fachhochschule fur Technik und Wirtshaft (FHTW, Berlin, Germany)

11.     Georg-Simon-Ohm Fachhochschule (Nurnberg, Germany)

12.     Fachhochschule (Munich, Germany)

13.     Fachhochschule (Koln, Germany)

14.     Faculty of International Management (FIM, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)

15.     Saint-Petersburg State Technical University (SPSTU, 

      Saint-Petersburg, Russia)  

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BUSINESS ENGLISH & INTERNSHIP

For international students with English level not good enough to follow M.I.M. programs in Management and e-Business and also for international students, professional and business people looking, mainly, for improvement of their business English M.I.M. offers short-term Business English & Internship program.

Highly qualified faculty, effective methods, individual assistance, small classes, corporate site visits, and meetings with American business people enable students to master their business English, understand U.S. business practices, and explore intercultural issues in the international business environment.

The program, designed in a practical way to cover Business English through courses and internship, is ideal for applicants already working in various business areas.

The Business English & Internship program can help you:

- prepare to follow programs in Management in an English-speaking country,

- learn effective communication in the international business world,

- move into a new career or improve your current job acquiring good English level and new skills.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Courses

The program includes courses related to business communication and various business topics:

* Business Communication: Improvement of performance in business communication, including meetings, negotiations, presentations, memos, reports, letters, and telephoning skills. Practical and interactive approach using task-based problem solving and role-playing situations.

* Business Topics: Review of key vocabulary and terminology for business topics in the fields of finance, marketing, human resources, e-Business, and international trade. Lecturing about American business concepts, models and practices and discussing case studies of American and international companies. 

Meetings with local business people and site visits to local business institutions and companies are also included in the program.

Internship

Internship at American or international companies located in Manhattan area is very important part of the program. Internship is learning business English through action.

Students are tested at the beginning about their English level and their preferences for an industry and a company profile for internship placement. Afterwards they have to prepare their resumes according to American standards which will be sent to companies, eventually interested in such interns.

After some appointments with internship supervisors of the companies students are placed for internship under condition that their English level and professional skills are acceptable for the companies. Students are closely assisted by M.I.M. throughout their internship. 

Placement for internship is usually over 1-2 months after the beginning of the program. Internship is unpaid and takes, in general, 4-5 months.

The companies providing internship for MIM students include:

Adidas, AEFFE, BusinessEdge Solutions, Bosselli Studio, Cariplo Bank, Donna Karan NY, Elite Models, Emporio Armani Boutique, EpsylonTech.com, Euroconsult, Fashion Studio, Fendi Stores, Fulcrum Gallery, Marion Greenberg Inc., Gucci America, Hotel Sofitel North America, KCSA, Knitting Factory, Laforge & Stevens, Lalique, Max Mara, Merrill Lynch, New York Habitat, OTC, Prada, Professo, PVA International, Sky Express Travel Services, SRS Hotel, Stevens Communications, World Watch Publishing , Voga, etc.

COURSES SCHEDULE

The courses schedule consists of sixteen classroom hours per week during the first 8 weeks and eight classroom hours per week during the next 8 weeks with total amount 170-190 classroom hours.

BUISINESS ENGLISH CERTIFICATE AND INTERNSHIP CONFIRMATION LETTER

M.I.M. delivers a Certificate to students upon their successful completion of the Business English program together with an internship confirmation letter.

2001 CALENDAR

The Business English & Internship program is offered 3 times a year and starting dates of the programs are as follows:

*   Spring semester - January 20th

*   Summer semester- May 20th

*   Fall semester - September 20th

TUITION FEES AND EXPENSES

Tuition fees for 6 months Business English& Internship program including 4 months of courses with total amount 170-190 classroom hours and 4-5 months internship is $3,750 per student.  

Estimated living expenses at New York including housing, meals, and city transport are about $1,000 per student per month.  

ACCOMODATION

M.I.M. has no housing on campus. However, MIM assists and provides students helpful information for finding accommodation just after their arrival in New York and renting housing for 6 months at Manhattan, rather expensive, or cheaper at Brooklyn, Queens, or New Jersey.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION

Applicants for the Business English & Internship program must have:

ADMISSION

Applicants should go to the button “Admission” to fill out and submit an application form.

M.I.M. will notify applicants about their admission status. The applicants enrolled in M.I.M. programs must pay to M.I.M. 50% of their tuition fees ($1,875) through bank transfer, check or money order mailing. After receiving the payment, M.I.M. will issue a Certificate of Eligibility (I-20 form) for getting 6 months American student M-1 visa at American Consulates located in applicants’ countries.

Applicants must pay to M.I.M. the rest of their tuition fees ($1,875) at their arrival to M.I.M..  

The tuition fees should be transferred to the following M.I.M. bank account:

 

Swift:                       chasus33

ABA number:         021000021

Account Number:  035-0753723-65

Account Name:      Manhattan Institute of Management

Bank Name:            Chase Manhattan Bank, NYC, NY

Bank Address:        280 Broadway, New York City, NY 10007 USA

REIMBURSEMENT

If an applicant for some reasons fails to get M-1 visa M.I.M. will reimburse all fees and deposits except bank fees $25 for bank transfer. 

SAMPLE WEEKLY SCHEDULES

Weekly schedules, presented below, are given, respectively, for the first 8 weeks, the second 8 weeks and the last 8 weeks of the Business English & Internship program.

 

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We invite you to visit us, meet with our staff, discuss with our professors and students.

We look forward to having you join us here at M.I.M.

Manhattan Institute of Management

99 Hudson Street, 3rd Floor

New York, NY 10013 U.S.A.

Tel: 1 212 625 9483

Fax: 1 212 431 0420

Email:  [email protected]

Website: mimusa.org