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Thank you for your interest We are excited you have found D’Amore-McKim School of Business to be the right fit for you and look forward to receiving your application. D’Amore-McKim’s unique experiential learning model is designed for students like you who don’t just want to take classes—you want hands-on international experiences that will set you apart. We hope to help your application process go smoothly. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any additional questions.

Elitsa Banlieva

The MS in International Management degree is designed for young professionals seeking to launch a global career. We are looking for candidates who are driven to take learning beyond the classroom and into the world.

— Elitsa Banalieva
Associate Professor, International Business and Strategy


How to Apply

The Admissions Committee will review your application when you have submitted the following materials for the MS International Management program. Please note that you will not apply to this program using the D’Amore-McKim School of Business online application. Because you are applying to both D’Amore-McKim and to a second business school, admissions representatives from both schools will need access to your application to review your candidacy.

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Admissions Pre-requisites

  • U.S. Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • Work experience
  • Demonstrated English-language proficiency for non-native speakers.

Application Form

Depending on which business school you select for your first semester of study, you will begin your MS in International Management in either August or September. Complete your online application form by the June 1 deadline. If you apply to the Single Degree program, you will use this form. If you apply to the Double Degree program, you will use this form. Submit your application as soon as you have completed your part of it, whether or not your recommender has completed his or her evaluation. The online application system will automatically match recommendations submitted on your behalf with your application.

Application Fee

Your nonrefundable €50 application fee, to be paid electronically by PayPal is due when you submit your online application (as the last step). If you are applying to the Single Degree program and do not have a PayPal account please contact our central IPBS MIM office at mimoffice@ipbsmim.com and they will provide you with bank transfer details.

Personal Statement

Please include your name and essay question on each page of your personal statement. It should be presented in 12-point size font, double-spaced. Discuss both your short-term and long-term professional goals. Describe what challenges you may face as well as how your previous experiences will help contribute to your future success. Your answer should highlight why you have decided to pursue your MS in International Management at this point in your career and how you feel this professional credential will help you achieve success. Upload your personal statement as a PDF or Word document into your online application.

Current Résumé

Submit a professional résumé that lists your work history, beginning with your most recent experience. Please include awards or other recognition you may have received for work, community service, or other accomplishments. Upload your résumé as a PDF or Word document in your online application.

Two Letters of Recommendation

Download the recommendation form—one academic (provided by a business professor/lecturer) and one professional. We suggest that you obtain recommendations from individuals (such as current or recent managers) who have directly supervised your work and can assess your ability and potential to succeed in a rigorous business school program and achieve career success.

Academic Transcript(s)

Upload scanned copies of your academic transcripts from each degree-granting postsecondary institution (undergraduate and graduate) attended. Please do not submit academic records from your secondary school or high school.

We follow an online application review process so please do not send your paper transcriptions or certified evaluations to our office unless you receive a request from us to do so. The Admissions Committee will review your scanned transcriptions, which are considered unofficial at this stage of the application process.

Submitting Official Transcripts and Test Results

All students will be required to submit official paper transcripts (directly from each academic institution attended)—or, if applicable, certified evaluations for institutions from outside the United States from WES—and official test scores with their application file. Without the WES report, application files will be considered incomplete and will not be reviewed. Northeastern University reserves the right to revoke any offer of admission if there is any discrepancy between the unofficial (including scanned transcripts) and official transcripts submitted. When ordering a WES evaluation, please designate Northeastern University as a recipient.

Multiple Transcripts

If you were a transfer, study-abroad, or exchange student, you must include scanned copies of transcripts from all institutions attended, even if some of your courses appear on multiple transcripts. If you are a current student, please include a list of your current classes even if you have not received your final grades.

Applicant's agreement

Please read and sign the Applicant’s Agreement attesting to the authenticity and truthfulness of your work before submitting your online application.


Application Deadlines

The program starts in September. Our application dates are as follows. We will review all applications received after the final deadline on a rolling basis so it is advantageous to apply as early as possible.

June 1 June 14
*Candidates will hear from us no later than these dates. It is possible, however, that candidates hear from us earlier.

Admissions Policies

  1. Each applicant may be considered for only one graduate business degree program per academic year.
  2. All applications (including supporting documents) must be submitted online.
  3. Each applicant is responsible for completing his/her own application and ensuring that the information and material submitted is truthful. Northeastern reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission made to any applicant whose work or any part of the application is found to be false or inauthentic.
  4. Each submitted application (along with supporting materials) becomes the property of Northeastern University and is nonreturnable.
  5. Because of the volume of applications, we are not able to provide feedback to candidates who are not offered admission.
  6. It is the responsibility of the applicant to assume the costs of verifying and/or authenticating any documents associated with the application.
  7. Each application is kept on file for one year after it is submitted. In working with re-applicants, the Admissions Committee may, at its discretion, use some materials from an application submitted up to one year earlier. After one year, a re-applicant must submit a new application and supporting documents.
  8. Interviews are available by invitation only.


Policy On Equal Opportunity

Northeastern University is committed to providing equal opportunity to students and employees, and to eliminating discrimination when it occurs. In furtherance of this commitment, Northeastern University strictly prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, religious creed, genetic information, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, and veteran or disability status. All forms of discrimination or harassment within the University community are unacceptable and will be sanctioned appropriately. Further, University policy and applicable law prohibit retaliation against those who, in good faith, bring or cooperate in the investigation of complaints of discrimination or harassment. The University’s nondiscrimination policies and related grievance procedures are available online and in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. Inquiries regarding the University’s nondiscrimination policies may be directed to:

Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
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