MIM Launches New Website


New York City, NY (April 22, 2010) - In late April, the Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM), a private higher learning institution committed to offering students a high quality, global business education, launched a new website aimed at expanding their reach to their target audience by enhancing the current MIM website in place.

As Marc Nelson, the Director of Marketing for MIM stated, “Our main focus was to replace the older design to give the site a modern and more sophisticated Web 2.0 look. The new site will be more user-friendly for students, partners, and donors.” As a school that provides itself on providing innovative programs for its students, their website is now on the cutting edge, as well.    

Spring Semester Kicks Off


New York City, NY (April 5, 2010) - During the first week of April of 2010, the Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM), a private higher learning institution committed to offering students a high quality, global business education, kicked off its Spring 2010 semester. Consistent their mission of providing an international flavor to students from across the world, this semester is once again global: with 61 students (44 undergraduate, 17 graduate) hailing from the Weller International Business School in France and 7 (graduate) coming from EAE in Spain.

Both of these programs involve the students getting the experience of a lifetime by studying in the heart of Wall Street in New York City. But it is not all fun and games. Students from EAE are studying at MIM to gain credit towards receiving their 1-Year International MBA Degree. As Juan Valdez, a visiting student from EAE stated, “Studying in New York is one of the most valuable experiences that a student can ever be given. Receiving this 1-Year International MBA will help me find more meaningful employment once I graduate.”

Herve Ingaleare, the Director of the Weller Program at MIM, had the following comments:

“MIM provides a very interesting program and we are extremely pleased with the quality of their professors. There is a good reason why we made studying at MIM a part of the mandatory curriculum at Weller.”

Joseph Ohayon, the Owner of MIM, stated, “We have had successful partnerships with both Weller and EAE for many years now. Their students enjoy the challenging nature of our program as they work toward their degree. We hope to make the Spring of 2010 our most successful semester yet.”

Whether MIM chooses to say, “Hola” or “Bonjour” to their new students, one thing is clear: studying at MIM will provide these students with an experience that they will not soon forget.

MIM Receives BPSS Licensure

Opens Global School Up to the United States Market


New York City, NY (November 15, 2009) - In November of 2009, the Manhattan Institute of Management (MIM), a private higher learning institution committed to offering students a high quality, global business education,  received its Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision (BPSS) School License. This means the school is now licensed by the State of New York’s Education Department and can now accept students from the United States.

Previously, the school was only able to admit foreign students and most often, students that were matriculated in foreign universities that MIM already had an established agreement with. Needless to say, this announcement is a landmark event in the history of MIM.

Joseph Ohayon, the school’s owner, spoke positively about this licensure. “This is a day that we’ve been waiting a long time for. Since 1984, we have done a fantastic job of getting students from around the world.  To be able to get students from our own backyard makes MIM an even stronger institution with a more global presence.”

For MIM, this means that they have to adhere to the strict guidelines that are spelled out by BPSS, the governing commission of the state of New York. For students, this means that even if you are an American, MIM can be the institute you choose for furthering your academic pursuits.