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Our application process is simple and straightforward: submit your information, send us your supporting documents, and receive your admission decision within three weeks. Should you be accepted, you will receive a comprehensive information packet and be directed to online resources for admitted students.
We review completed applications in “rounds” throughout the year. We encourage you to apply early: priority for admission and scholarships is given in earlier rounds.
Fall admission application completion deadline:
- Round 1: by 1 February
- Round 2: by 1 April
- Round 3: after 1 April (based on available spaces)
General requirements for graduate programs
A successful application to The American University of Paris requires several supporting documents and sometimes tests. Most can be uploaded directly in your online application. We cannot provide you with a decision until we receive all of your documents.
Online application form
- Personal statement C.V. or résumé
- Two letters of recommendation
- Official transcripts English Language Test (required for some applicants, see website for details)
- LSAT or GRE Exam Supplemental Essay
Months of entry
Your next career step in management must equip you for an international professional environment, one that will offer unique opportunities if you are well-prepared. Our MSc in International Management program is a flexible yet structured degree program that provides you with the advanced skills to navigate the complex national, cultural and socio-economic contexts in which all of today’s business and other organizations operate.
Pursue a master's that gives you the theoretical and practical base you need to move to the next level in an organization and your career, while you experience different cultural lenses through which to view leading and managing in organizations around the globe. Every class is intimate in size but huge in the perspectives offered by peers representing many cultures and socio-economic systems. Students can complete their program through either a thesis, an internship, or both.
In addition to the general management MSc in International Management, the program offers two degree tracks in the areas of Sustainability Systems and NGO/Mission-Based Management. These degree programs offer a choice of electives, core required courses, and supervised professional and academic projects that are closely tied to these specializations.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Caroline Meyer