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CONTENTS History Purpose Benefits – professional, general and academic Academic courses Placement opportunities Eligibility Application deadlines Fees Allowances and expenses Accommodation Questions
Founded in 1984 Today: Nearly 300 interns travel to NY from all over the globe to join the Mountbatten programme in March or August each year. Reciprocal Programme began in graduates from outside of Europe living, studying and interning in London. Regional offices are located in London, New York, Bangkok and Sydney. MBA Programme launched in HISTORY
PURPOSE To live, work and study abroad Personal growth and professional development Build your transferable skills Gain experience of international business Gain a postgraduate professional qualification
One years full-time work experience in New York in a structured setting Career direction/ focus The skills and experience to put you ahead of the competition Exposure to senior management and networking opportunities PROFESSIONAL BENEFITS
A new level of independence Chance to meet new people and make new friends The opportunity to integrate into US culture and see New York as a New Yorker The opportunity to travel North America and beyond PERSONAL BENEFITS
ACADEMIC BENEFITS A choice of two academic courses delivered on a part- time basis operating alongside your full-time work placement: Postgraduate Certificate in International Business Practice oOne year in New York MBA in International Business Practice oOne year in New York, then 3 months fieldwork in Asia Validated by St Marys University College, Twickenham, London
PGC IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PRACTICE 60 postgraduate credits: Managerial Accounting and Finance (20 credits) Organisational Behaviour and Leadership (20 credits) Global Business (20 credits) Interns attend evening and weekend classes and are assessed based on class participation, presentations, essays, exams and group work.
Diploma course in New York Candidates take four core modules: Managerial Accounting and Finance, Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, and Global Business and also follow a module in Research Methodology. Follow-on intensive academic course in Bangkok Candidates take two modules from four electives. Following on from the Module in Research Methodology undertaken during Part I, candidates will also complete a dissertation. Course administered in a modular format on weekends, evenings and in online seminars. The eight-week sessions will cover a full MBA curriculum – from leadership to international finance. MBA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PRACTICE
PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITIES Opportunities exist in a wide range of industry sectors including investment banking, marketing, communications, real estate, law, HR and events. Sponsor companies include: UBS Morgan Stanley Citi Thomson Reuters British Airways JP Morgan Chase AOL Royal Bank of Scotland Roles range from Paralegal to Business Analyst, Conference Coordinator to Marketing Assistant, HR Intern to Prime Broker Specialist, etc....
At least 21 years old, normally no older than 28/29 Graduate status and above A minimum of 12 months work experience in a field related to your internship industry preference Skills: Proficient in the Microsoft Office Package - particularly Excel Administrative/office experience Excellent English both written and spoken ELIGIBILITY FOR AUGUST 2013
APPLICATION DEADLINES August 2013 Intake: March 15th, 2013 March 2014 Intake: October 1st, 2013
FEES Postgraduate Certificate Course (1 year in NY) GBP £55 Application Fee (due at application) GBP £600 Initial Deposit (due prior to the placement period) GBP £6745 Programme fee + Tuition fee (due when placed) TOTAL: GBP £7,400 MBA Course (1 year in NY & three months in Bangkok) GBP £55 Application Fee (due at application) GBP £600 Initial Deposit (due prior to the placement period) USD $32,000 Tuition Fee (approximately £20,000) + £1845 Programme fee (due in two parts) TOTAL approx: GBP £23,000 PRIVATE FUNDING AVAILABLE UP TO £10,000
Fees include: Provision of apartment accommodation Tuition Provision of relevant course materials $1000 monthly living allowance (NY only) $1000 incentive reward on successful completion of the programme Medical Insurance Professional staff support and advice Organized placement with a NY sponsor company Alumni membership Not included: Flights/ Travel (approximately £300 single ticket) Visa fees (approximately £215) Start-up costs ($1500) Utility bills ($35 per month) ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES
WHERE ARE WE?
Newport – a 100 acre development on Hudson River waterfront Close to bars, banks, hospital, mall, restaurants, gym, PATH station (which runs 24 hours, 15 minutes to Manhattan) Community of commuters/ families/ Mountbatten interns! Spacious apartments with lounge and full kitchen Fully furnished with a double rooms and some single rooms (apartments sleep 4-6) Bills, guest rules, monthly inspections Residence staff to solve problems and resolve any conflict ACCOMMODATION
MOUNTBATTEN INSTITUTE Michael House, 5 th Floor Chiswell Street London EC1Y 4SE phone: fax: website: