There’s no better place to gain international business exposure than in the city that’s shaping its future. With Miami Herbert Business School’s Master in International Business, you’ll enrich your global perspective through experiential learning in Miami’s booming multicultural business community. In less than a year, you’ll learn how to implement sustainable strategies, develop your global confidence through cross-cultural experiences and connect with executives of multinationals, entrepreneurs and their international service providers across industries.
endless global opportunities.
Experiential learning activities expose student teams to fundamental decisions encountered by global professionals.
Build key relationships and gain networking opportunities with executives of multinationals, such as Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson, L'Oréal and Royal Caribbean.
The global business and cultural immersion course allows students to travel to Asia, the Middle East and throughout the Americas to experience a variety of global markets first-hand.
Miami Herbert is a member of the world's leading promoters of the highest academic standards: AACSB, BALAS, CLADEA and EFMD.
Gain access to an exclusive network of influential and engaged Miami Herbert Business School alumni all over the world.
Merit-based scholarships are available to Master in International Business applicants.
see the worldwithout leaving the city.
The Master in International Business program immerses you in a multicultural setting. Study alongside a diverse group of students and open yourself up to new global perspectives that will give you the competitive edge needed to thrive in tomorrow's business world.
Over 75%Over 75% of students are proficient in 2 or more languages and have lived abroad.
The program’s Net Promoter Score (NPS), which measures willingness to recommend to friends and family, is 50 - a top score among the highest-ranking institutions.
learn & network with peers from:
- Saudi Arabia
- business 26%
- international studies 23%
- economics/political science 21%
- accounting 8%
- LIBERAL ARTS 7%
- engineering/computer science 7%
- biology 4%
- other 4%