The International Master of Business Administration in English Program

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Claucio Mashimo has more than 15 years of commercial law and corporate experience with a history of working in the consulting and litigation fields for civil, labor, real estate, and consumer law. Prior to the establishment of his career, Claucio Mashimo received his MBA from the Fundacao Instituto de Administracao (FIA) in Brazil. FIA offers several focus area options for those pursuing an MBA, including a full-time international MBA in English.

Designed to meet the expectations of multicultural executive groups from Europe, Asia, and Latin America, the English International MBA program features classes taught entirely in English. It presents a variant perspective of immersion in the business environment while increasing knowledge and equipping students with the tools to advance their international career. Furthermore, it provides students with an understanding of organizational competitiveness from an international context and utilizes a multicultural focus to encourage networking and the exchange of experiences among peers.

Students who qualify for enrollment include those with three or more years of professional experience and an advanced degree in any field. Applicants also must speak English and demonstrate an interest in pursuing a managerial career in an international context. The program will begin on March 15, 2017, and last 12 months with classes convening four days a week.

For additional information about this program and FIA’s other MBA programs, visit
www.us.fia.com.br/Educacao/MBA/.

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