Why we’re different

Developing leaders since 1958

The IESE Master in Management isn’t just another program. It’s a rigorous – and rewarding – path toward where you want to go and who you want to be. You’ll be surrounded by talented peers, supported by world-class faculty and challenged by real-life business cases. We’ll put you to the test, so that you may reach your full potential.

The MiM gives you the benefits of IESE’s 60+ years of experience, its deep ties with Harvard and its unique global reach. We’ve earned our reputation. And we’ll help you earn yours.

The case method

It puts you in the position of the decision-maker. Working in small teams, you’ll analyze actual business problems and create workable solutions.  Guided by expert faculty, you’ll then debate the problem in class, defending your decisions and convincing others to follow you – as they do the same.

The case method will sharpen your thinking and communication skills. How do you approach business problems? How do you reconcile different perspectives? What’s the best course of action? How can you persuade others? These are some of the core skills of any business leadership role.

Examples of cases

During the MiM program, 80% of your classes will use the case method covering diverse scenarios but share a common denominator: the need for a decision. These are just a few examples used in IESE classes of real cases on leading companies:

Top international faculty

IESE’s faculty includes full-time and part time professors. All full-time professors have PhDs from prestigious universities. They are also highly international, representing more than 20 nationalities, and bring vast relevant expertise from the highest levels of business.

Faculty members serve on diverse corporate boards and publish their research in leading academic journals, combining real-world experience with pioneering academic insights.

IESE professors have an “open-door” policy and provide you with invaluable mentoring and guidance. They cultivate rich exchanges of ideas that make the most of the combined experience in your classroom.

In IESE Master in Management you will have the opportunity to share experience with the following professors…

Javier Aguirreamalloa

Financial Management.
PhD in Business Administration (Finance), University of Navarra.

Yago de la Cierva

Managin People in Organizations
Doctor in Philosophy, University of Navarra.

Ricardo Calleja

Business Ethics
PhD in Legal and Political Philosophy, Universidad Complutense of Madrid.

Javier Díaz-Giménez

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Minnesota

Isabelle Engeler

PhD in Management (Marketing), University of St. Gallen.

Miguel Duro

Accounting and Control
PhD in Accounting, Columbia Business School.

Marta Elvira

Managing People in Organizations and Strategic Management,
PhD in Organizational Behavior and Industrial Relations, U.C. Berkeley’s Haas School of Business

Roberto García Castro

Managerial Decisions Sciences
PhD. in Management, IESE Business School

José Luis Illueca

Managing People in Organizations and Business Ethics
PhD in Business Administration and Economics, Universidad de Navarra.

Mireia Giné

Financial Management
PhD. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, University of Barcelona.

Francisco Iniesta

Doctor of Business Administration, Boston University.

Sandra Sieber

Professor of Information.
PhD in Management, IESE, University of Navarra.

Núria Mas

PhD in Economics, Harvard University.

Carlos Rodríguez-Lluesma

Managing People in Organizations
Doctor of Philosophy in Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

Philip Moscoso

Production, Technology and Operations Management
PhD in Industrial Engineering and Management, ETH Zurich.

Álvaro San Martín

Managing People in Organizations.
PhD in Management (Organizational Behaviour), INSEAD.

Julia Prats

Doctor of Business Administration, Harvard University.

Stefano Sacchetto

Financial Management
PhD. in Economics, London Business School.

Edi Soler

Accounting and Control
PhD. in Business Administration (Accounting) Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.

David Wehrheim

Strategic Management
PhD. in Business and Quantitative Methods, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

Sanja Tumbas

Digital Business
Ph.D. Business Economics, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein.

Guido Stein

Managing People in Organizations and Negotiation Teaching Uni
Doctor of Philosophy (Management), University of Navarra.

Valentina Raponi

Financial Management.
Ph.D. in Methodological Statistics, University of Rome La Sapienza.

A truly global business school

Business doesn’t stop at borders, and neither does the IESE MiM. In class, you’ll learn to understand diverse cultures alongside peers from over 40 nationalities.

During the MiM you’ll develop a global vision of business and gain insights into the trends that are shaping the world.

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IESE and Harvard Business School

Internationally renowned faculty, world-class executive education, integrity, values, diverse student population and active learning are but a few of the qualities Harvard Business School and IESE share.

What is perhaps less known, is that for more than 60 years, the Harvard-IESE Committee has striven to bring these values – and more – to Europe and the rest of the world.

More than 60 years of academic collaboration, faculty exchange and sharing the same mission: to develop leaders with integrity prepared to make an impact on society and business.

In 1963 Harvard Business School formed an alliance with IESE Business School. Bringing the case method to the IESE classrooms was just the beginning. Over the years, IESE professors began writing their own cases, designing their own innovative and vanguard academic theories. Making their own impact and becoming thought leaders in their own right. Today, IESE’s faculty is part of what makes IESE stand out from other European business schools.

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