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The International Masters in Practicing Management is a demanding Masters Degree program with ambitious goals. Its success depends on the quality and motivation of the participants.
Suggested criteria for selecting candidates are:
IMPM requires a high degree of commitment from participants, their sponsoring companies (in particular, the person they report to and those who report to them), and their families. Participants are away from work and home for eleven weeks over a sixteen-month period and must also complete various assignments between modules. While we make every effort to "use work" rather than "make work", the impact of the program on the participants' responsibilities back home should not be underestimated.
Participants who have satisfactorily completed all the activities and assignments, including full attendance at the five modules, will receive a joint Certificate of Attendance in the International Masters in Practicing Management from the participating learning institutions.
Participants are invited to register for the Masters Degree. All activities and requirements will be identical for degree and non-degree participants, except that degree candidates will submit a major paper after the fifth module. Masters Degrees are offered from Lancaster University (MSc International Masters in Executive Management) and McGill University (Master of Management). Applicants may apply to either school. A complete list of requirements will be provided when applicants are accepted into IMPM, and will include the following:
Applicants will normally have obtained an equivalent minimum of 3.0 grade point average in the North American system, a Second Class Honors Upper Division in the UK system, or the equivalent elsewhere. Two official copies of all transcripts showing the award of a degree and the grades achieved in individual courses are required.