The admissions process is designed to help you and IESE figure out if the MiM is the right fit for you and your goals. You must hold an undergraduate degree and, if you are not a native English speaker, pass an English language test, as the program is taught in English.

Your GMAT or GRE results are important but not decisive: Your personality, motivation, goals, leadership abilities and communication skills will also be taken into account.

Class Profile

Your IESE MiM classmates will share your talent and desire to make a positive impact in businesses and society; they will bring a rich array of experiences and worldviews as they will come from many diverse backgrounds and nationalities. Every MiM student must have an undergraduate degree and a maximum of one year of meaningful work experience.

Who are we looking for?

  • You have finished an undergraduate degree – or you are about to finish one before the MiM start date – and you have no more than one year’s work experience.
  • You want to have a positive impact on the world.
  • You’re ready to embrace uncertainty and seek opportunities.
  • You’re comfortable with cultural diversity.
  • You want to develop a deep knowledge of business and finance, with a global vision of organizations.
  • You want to make fast, agile and effective use of models, data management and other quantitative tools and techniques.
  • You share our attitude toward work, the world, and other people: you’re dynamic, open-minded, practical, entrepreneurial and analytical.
  • If so, it’s time to apply.

Start here

The admissions process is designed to help you and IESE figure out if the MiM is the right fit for you and your goals. You must hold an undergraduate degree and, if you are not a native English speaker, pass an English language test, as the program is taught in English.

Follow the six steps below to launch your career with the IESE MiM:

1 APPLY ONLINE

2 ADMISSIONS PRE-COMM

3 PERSONAL INTERVIEW

4 ASSESSMENT DAY

5 ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE

6 ADMISSION

Documents required

Application Deadlines

Round 1: Dec 3, 2018

Round 2: Jan 10, 2019

Round 3: Mar 7, 2019

Round 4: Apr 11, 2019

Round 5: May 1, 2019

Round 6: June 1, 2019

Financing

Loans and merit-based scholarships are available.
Please, for further information, contact Financial Aid Office.