"Queen’s Master of International Business gave me the skills and knowledge that helped me better understand the financial sector from a global perspective. At Scotiabank, I am part of a team committed to developing our business and presence in Latin America."
Ivan Garcia, Queen’s MIB
Senior Manager, International Asset Management
“Having a Master’s degree in international business has undoubtedly given me an edge in pursuing my career goals. The program provided me the skills to understand business issues on a global scale. Since enrolling in Queen’s MIB program, I have had the opportunity to live and work in China, UK, Turkey, Brazil, Argentina and Germany.”
Amanda Lapadat, Queen’s MIB
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Denmark
Royal Danish Consulate General
“I elected to pursue the Double Degree Option, and earned an MSc in Management from University of Mannheim in Germany. Among the many outstanding features of the program, the team project was the highlight for me. It enabled me to broaden my cross-cultural capabilities and provided valuable experience working within a virtual team with members in various locations around the world - a situation that is quiet prevalent in today’s global business environment. I also believe that my experience in Germany played a key role in landing my current job at BMW.”
Katarina Worm, Queen’s MIB
Team Leader-Bank Accounting
"Queen’s MIB includes a broad range of courses, covering highly relevant international business topics. It provides excellent teamwork opportunities, and high-caliber classmates. The professors were well-qualified leaders who stimulated great class discussions. I had a phenomenal exchange at University of Mannheim, one of Europe’s top business schools that I have found to be very well-respected amongst my European colleagues and clients. The connections I made during the program have provided an amazing network for career advice, mentoring and potential jobs…all on a global level."
Annie Pound, Queen’s MIB
Senior Research Consultant
Global Intelligence Alliance
Queen’s Master of International Business is a full-time program beginning each year in September. Available in single and double degree options, the curriculum covers issues ranging from the global economy to cross-cultural leadership. As a direct entry program, no previous work experience is required.
The Single Degree Option enables you to earn a Queen’s Master of International Business degree in twelve months. The program begins in September on the Queen's campus and includes one semester at one of our international business school exchange partners. This option provides an excellent foundation for a career in international business.
If you choose to pursue one of our seven Double Degree Options, you will have the opportunity to earn a second Master’s degree from one of our international business school partners while in the program. Each Double Degree Option is unique in its own right. By pursuing a Double Degree Option, you will expand your international network and gain a greater level of international exposure and experience.
There are a variety of ways to pursue the Queen’s Master of International Business degree, including the single degree option and several double degree options. Regardless of which option you choose, you will spend a significant portion of the program on the campus of one of our international business school partners, providing a valuable cross-cultural learning experience.Download our brochure
Queen’s utilizes an innovative approach to team based learning that is far more sophisticated than that used in other programs. Students will complete a course on working in multicultural teams and you will be assigned to a team for the core of the program. A significant portion of your overall grade is derived from teamwork.
Smith School of Business has been accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the world’s largest business school accreditation body.
Smith School of Business achieved unconditional EQUIS accreditation in 2006 and is a member of EFMD – the European Foundation for Management Development.