Well the MiM is rapidly being taken up by a number of schools all over the world.
Yes, it was started by European schools and is very popular in Europe, but many schools in the US have started offering their own versions of the MiM.
MIT has its own masters in management program, Yale & Stanford too have their own version of MiM with differing names.
Duke Fuqua's MiM program is gaining a lot of popularity and Michigan Ross has also started it MiM.
Last i heard Cornell was also starting its Master in Management course( not sure about this though)
HULT and Thunderbird offer the MiM, but they are quite low in the rankings scene.
So well you can see the MiM degree is catching like wildfire, with more and more young professionals-who do not want to gather year' of experience for the MBA-opting for it.
Also doing an MiM with top European schools is an amazing way to boost your career prospects, you really cant go wrong with them.
May it be HEC,ESSEC or ESCP in France, RSM in Netherlands, HHL or Mannhiem in Germany, Bocconi in Italy, IE or Esade in Spain, LBS, LSE or Imperial school in the UK....and many more.
Doing a MiM at the top schools of the respective country is a great way to launch yourself in the management field, as all top companies recruit from them.
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