What is a Double Degree? Study at two internationally-acclaimed institutions and receive two degrees Spend the first academic year at BI and the second academic year at the host institution Receive two full degrees, completing them in the same time it would take to earn one Challenging, but rewarding For students with minimum GPA B Double Degree
BI’s double degree partners MSc in Business Queen’s School of Business, Kingston, Canada EDHEC Business School, Lille, France Catholic University of Portugal, School of Economics and Management (FCEE), Lisbon, Portugal Double Degree Triple Crown = AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditation Only approx. 50 business schools worldwide have ’triple’ accreditation
Queen’s School of Business, Canada First year studying at BI Second year: Master of International Business program at Queen’s One of Canada’s top ranked business schools ”MBA-type” program Double major: BI major + Master in International Business Small classes with excellent faculty Team-based learning approach: ’the power of teams’ Thesis: written and supervised at BI Typical ”American” campus environment 5 available places in 2015/2016
Master of International Business Autumn semester: 4 Core courses Business in the Global Economy Global Strategy Leadership Across Cultures Working in Multicultural Tam 1 Elective course Spring semester: BI thesis Minimum 1 elective Group Business Project
EDHEC Business School First year studying at BI Second year in one of EDHEC’s programs: One of France’s top Grande Ecole schools (#14 in FT ranking) MSc in Entrepreneurship LLM in Law & Tax Management MSc in Marketing Management MSc in Strategy & Organisational Consultancy Double major: BI major + EDHEC specialisation 3-month Internship, International/in France French course in the autumn semester Thesis: written and supervised at BI New campus in Lille (1 hr north from Paris) 5 available places in
Course Requirement 46 ECTS course credits Different majors than at BI 3 to 6 months internship 30 ECTS BI accordance to BI rules and regulations Waiver for Research Methodology and Business Ethics Mandatory none credit French course in the Autumn
FCEE Catholic University, Portugal First year studying at BI Second year in Catolica’s International MSc in Management One of Portugal’s top schools Interesting business and skills-oriented courses (e.g. Leadership Laboratory) that are not available at BI Majors in Finance, Strategy, Marketing, Innovation and Technology, General Management Some BI majors (Finance, Strategy, Marketing, Business Law) can stay with their major Some BI majors (HRM and Logistics) need to take Catolica’s General Management major Thesis: written at Catolica Located only 10 minutes from Lisbon’s sprawling city center 5 available places in 2015/2016
Program Structure Majors at BI General Business Foundations International Leadership Lab Major courses Free & Internationa l electives Portuguese Lang. ThesisSUM Finance10.5 ECTS3.5 ECTS6 ECTS3.5 ECTS7 ECTS4 ECTS42 ECTS76.5 ECTS Marketing10.5 ECTS3.5 ECTS6 ECTS3.5 ECTS7 ECTS4 ECTS42 ECTS76.5 ECTS Strategy10.5 ECTS3.5 ECTS6 ECTS3.5 ECTS7 ECTS4 ECTS42 ECTS76.5 ECTS Internat. Business10.5 ECTS0 ECTS6 ECTS7 ECTS (2) 7 ECTS4 ECTS42 ECTS76.5 ECTS - Students of the Finance, Marketing and Strategy majors at BI choose the corresponding major at Católica-Lisbon. - Students of the International Business Major at BI choose “Strategy and Consulting” at Católica-Lisbon (2) “Strategic Management Consulting Project” (7 ECTS). (3) Continue MSc in Economics: will be in a separate overview.
Robert Stenmark Catolica Lisbon School of Business & Economics Lisbon, Portugal, Autumn 2011 – Spring 2012 “I applied to the double degree program to challenge myself and to gain personal as well as professional development – exactly what I got. The university has a very practical approach to teaching, and group work has an important role in all courses.
Selection takes place in the first year of your MSc. We are looking for motivated candidates with good GPA’s. Double Degree: Recommended GPA average B, no pending subjects How to apply – Letter of motivation (in English) CV (in English) Application deadline: February 1 Summary – Who’s Eligible?
Exchange, International Office: Hege Jordheim Ouafa Abarkach Double Degree: Ellen Tobiasson Summary