The purpose of this programme is to provide practical ideas about doing business in Europe, particularly in the post-Brexit era, and how this has reshaped the commercial relations between the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom. Within the EU, Brexit has also had an impact on relationships between countries as Europe is faced with the loss of a major international power and the second largest contributor to the EU budget. The European Union has been forced to undergo a reassessment of their roles and functions. The programme also broaches the issue of division between EU members about whether their focus should now be towards creating a major free trade zone or to move towards political integration. This issue has never been settled and comes into sharp focus with the departure of the United Kingdom.
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Fee-paying students: €1250 (without accommodation)
Exchange students: tuition fees will be waived if an agreement has been signed between Rennes School of Business and the home institution.