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The IBPM Double Degree with one of our international partner universities

The possibility to spend an academic year abroad, immersed in a new culture and language

The International Bachelor Programme in Management is a 3-year bachelor’s degree which aims to provide a solid academic and practical foundation in business management and operations. The programme is designed to enable students to develop knowledge in management subjects and acquire soft skills, teamwork, interpersonal and linguistic skills through working on practical group projects and business plans.

The programme has a strong international focus with students able to choose between learning in a blend of French and English language, or to select the 100% English track, boosting their linguistic skills from the first year of the programme.

Giving further international impetus to the programme, all students are required to complete an academic exchange in one of 105 partner universities which are located in 48 countries. Students make their choice of academic exchange during the second year of the programme, taking their first-year academic record into account. Students can choose to complete one or two semesters abroad or to spend a year in one of six partner universities in order to obtain a double degree.

Why choose a Double Degree?

By choosing to study a Double Degree, students are able to spend an entire academic year abroad, immersed in a completely new culture and language- the best way to learn about life and business in different countries. Students will experience different teaching methods from experienced professors, alongside international students from around the world.

Upon successful completion of the requirements of both institutions during their year abroad, students will graduate with two specialised bachelor’s degrees from different institutions: one from Rennes School of Business and the other from one of our partner universities, giving them a competitive edge in the job market.

Rennes School of Business’ dedicated International Mobility team is available to guide students during the process of choosing the programme and partner university that is best suited to them and remain available to support students throughout their time abroad. Rennes SB has a strong system of international connections and was ranked in the top 25 in the U-multirank student mobility category for the second consecutive year.

The International Bachelor Programme in Management can be studied as a Double Degree with the following partner universities:

AUSTRALIA at the University of South Australia School of Business in Adelaide

Ranking: UNiSA is ranked #4 in Australia in the THE Young University Rankings and is the only business school in South Australia to be accredited by both AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EFMD (EQUIS).
Programme:  The Bachelor programme in Business offers a range of specialisations in Management, Finance or Marketing in a multicultural environment. During the programme, students will complete individual and group projects and gain professional experience.
Location:  Adelaide, South Australia’s coastal, cosmopolitan capital.

COLOMBIA at the Universidad de la Sabana in Bogota (Chia)

Recognition: Universidad de La Sabana is a private Colombian university, known for its academic excellence, innovation, technology and internationalisation.
The university holds the National High-Quality Accreditation awarded by Colombia’s Ministry of Education and is the youngest university in Colombia to have been reaccredited with this recognition for an 8-year period.
Programme: A bachelor’s degree with a wide range of key business modules (Management, Finance, Marketing, Business Administration), during which students have the option of studying in English and/or Spanish.
Location: La Sabana sits on a large, modern and accessible campus in Bogota, the capital city of Colombia.

FINLAND at the Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki

Recognition: Metropolia University of Applied Sciences is the largest university of applied science in Finland and has a highly international population.
Programme: The Bachelor programme explores international perspectives during which students are able to specialise in Finance or Marketing. The programme emphasises multicultural project work and intercultural communication.
Location: Helsinki, capital of Finland, a lively and multicultural city.

GERMANY at the FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences in Aachen

Recognition: FH Aachen is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany.
Programme: The Bachelor in International Business Studies is strongly oriented towards a focus on economics and accounting. Students will develop their intercultural skills as they gain professional experience in a multicultural environment.
Location: Situated on the border between Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands, Aachen is the perfect starting point for exploring Europe.

RUSSIA at the Russian University of Economics, IBS Plekhanov in Moscow

Recognition: The Russian University of Economics has achieved 4 Palmes of excellence in the Eduniversal ranking.
Programme:  The Bachelor programme gives students an opportunity to specialise in finance, economics and management as they learn from experienced teachers and scientists, with top-professionals and experts in finance, economics, marketing and public policy.
Location: The campus is easily accessible, located in Moscow city centre.

SPAIN at IQS School of Management, Universitat Ramon Llull in Barcelona

Recognition:  

Programme: Students can follow a demanding programme with a focus on marketing (marketing and digital communication) with strong international dimension.
Location: the multicultural city of Barcelona.

Our students tell us more:

We asked Corentin Dreau, who completed the double degree programme between Rennes School of Business and the University of South Australia, what he took away from the experience:
I have always been interested in cultural diversity, particularly in Anglo-Saxon countries. During the IBPM programme at Rennes School of Business, I was lucky enough to fulfil one of my dreams by spending a year studying in Australia in order to obtain a double degree with the University of South Australia in Adelaide. It was an unforgettable and enriching experience that gave me a boost of independence and enabled me to meet exceptional people while discovering a wonderful country with an incredible way of life. This university exchange really accentuated my thirst for discovery and my desire to travel and work around the world.