Today, business is more global than at any other time in human history. Organizations collaborate and compete across continents. Workforces are increasingly multicultural.
Today’s managers have a multitude of responsibilities: they are negotiators, motivators, problem solvers, entrepreneurs, and more. Called upon to play so many different roles, managers benefit from developing skills that enable them to lead multicultural teams and manage in a global context.
The multinational character of the IMPM reflects these realities, taking participants on a learning journey across four continents.
Over 18 months, they complete five modules of 10 days each at leading business schools in Lancaster, United Kingdom; Montreal, Canada; Yokohama, Japan; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Bangalore, India.
On this voyage of discovery, participants explore and develop the mindsets necessary to lead global organizations, deliver immediate impact and, ultimately, grow their careers.
FGV EBAPE is a leader in education in Brazil and abroad in view of its excellent, master's and doctoral programs as well as its consulting services. Its academic output is on a par with that of the world's most renowned education institutions. Located in Rio de Janeiro, FGV EBAPE holds AACSB and EQUIS accreditation.
LUMS provides/offers a long-established and ambitious community of students, academics and industry experts from across the globe. Research, which is at the heart of our success and informs our teaching, pushes boundaries. Our collaborative approach, our leadership, and our access to cutting—edge knowledge make us a beacon for top talent; the place to be. Many of the School's programmes are highly ranked in the U.K. and across the world by leading publications including the Financial Times, Forbes, QS, The Economist, and more. LUMS's ranking, high rate of student satisfaction, and excellent research reputation demonstrate the School's exceptional quality of teaching and return-on-investment.
The Desautels Faculty of Management is ranked one of the top international business schools by BusinessWeek, Canadian Business, Forbes, The Economist, and the Financial Times. The Faculty's innovative programs and historic reputation for excellence continue to attract the finest students and the most prominent professors from around the world, as well as the most demanding recruiters from the world's top employers.
The MBA program at Yokohama National University (YNU) consistently ranks among the highest in student satisfaction and has one of the lowest acceptance rates of business schools in Japan. Located 30 minutes by train from Tokyo, YNU has always been committed to playing a global role by taking a long-term perspective that is fitting for Yokohama, Japan's second-largest city and key gateway to the country.
IIMB's distinctive feature is its strong focus on the leadership and entrepreneurial skills that are necessary to succeed in today's dynamic business environment. It collaborates with 114 top business schools in the world for various research initiatives as well as student and faculty.
In 2018, for the tenth consecutive year, Eduniversal ranked IIMB as the top business school in Central Asia. IIMB's Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP) was among the top 25 in the 2018 QS Masters in Management Ranking.