Why take a Double Degree? PowerPoint Presentation

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Why Double Degree?
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International experience
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Possibilites 2nd Year Master
Why take a Double Degree?
• A one-year cultural and social experience abroad
• A degree from a top ranked international
institution in addition to your BI degree
• Possibility to take courses and specializations
that are not available at BI
• Exposure to excellent research environments
• An international network
• Excellent preparation for a career in international
’Triple crown’ double degree partners
”siv.øk” for all majors
Triple Crown =
AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditation
• Only approx. 50 business schools world wide have ’triple’ accreditation
• Queen’s School of Business, Kingston, Canada
• EDHEC Business School, Lille, France
• Catholic University of Portugal, School of Economics and
Management (FCEE), Lisbon, Portugal
• University of Ljubljana for major Finance students; UL is
EQUIS and AACSB accredited
Triple crown’ double degree partners
• Tilburg University – AASCB and AMBA
MSc Leadership & Organisational Psychology
• University of Groningen
MSc in Strategic Marketing Management
Queen’s School of Business
• First year BI
• Second year: Master of International
Business program at Queen’s
• One of Canada’s top ranked business
• MBA type program
• Double major: BI major + Global
• Small classes with excellent faculty
• Team based learning approach : ’the power
of teams’
• Thesis: at BI
• Typical ’American’ campus environment
• 5 places in 2012/2013
EDHEC Business School
• First year at BI
• Second year in one of EDHEC’s Msc programs:
• One of France’s top Grande Ecole schools (# 14 in FT ranking)
• MSc in Marketing Management, Legal and Tax Management, Arts
and NGO Management, Entrepreneurship, Strategy &
Organisation Consultancy; MSc in Global Business? (TBC)
• Double major: BI major + EDHEC specialization
• 3- month Internship (International or in France)
• Thesis: at BI
• New campus in Lille (one hour north from Paris)
• 5 places in 2012/2013
FCEE Catholic University of Portugal
• First year at BI
• Second year in FCEE’s International MSc in
Business Administration
• 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: at Catolica
• Located only 10 minutes from Lisbon’s sprawling
city center
• 5 places in 2012/2013
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
First year at BI
Second year at
First year at BI
Second year at
(MSc BE major Finance)
UL’s MSc in Banking and Finance
(MSc Financial Economics)
UL’s Msc in Money and Finance
• UL is EQUIS and AACSB accredited
• Possibility to combine BI major in Finance with excellent courses
in Economics and Strategic Management
• Excellent research in Economics
• Thesis: at Ljubljana
• One of the Mediterranean’s hidden jewels
Tilburg University
MSC in Organisation Studies
• First year at BI
• Second year – 1 years MSc in Organisation
studies – Faculty of Social and Behavioural
3 mandatory courses
2 elective courses from the one –year
Thesis seminar 6 ECTS
Thesis 24 ECTS in the Spring term
written individually
• 11,900 students
• TU is situated in Southern Netherlands
• Associate Dean Astrid Richardsen
approves course portfolio (subject to change)
- Learning agreement
University of Groningen
• First year at BI
• Second Year at University of Groningen
• Research University
• 2.250 international students (10%)
• MSc in Business administration – major
3 mandatory courses:
Advanced Marketing research 10 ects
Marketing Model Building 10 ects
Marketing Leadership 5 ects
Electives 10 ects
Individual thesis 30 ects
• Groningen – University town
180000 inhabitans, 45.000 students
• Best and safest city in the Netherlands

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