BUSINESS DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Students in the four year IPBS undergraduate programmes spend two years at their home institution and two years at a partner institution abroad including two mandatory work placements equaling up to twelve months in total: one in the country of the home institution and one in that of the host institution.
Lectures, examinations, final project and work placements are conducted in the language of the country of study. Upon completion of the programme, students earn two bachelor degrees – one from the home institution and one from the host institution.
The governing principle of our programmes is that students develop the cultural agility and business skills crucial to today’s global business environment. Through their global mobility they immerse themselves in diverse cultural, academic, and work environments and join an international network of students and academics from other IPBS schools.
Our agreed module structure ensures that when moving from one IPBS partner university to another after two years, students have acquired the knowledge, language proficiency and skills needed to successfully progress in the programme. At the same time it leaves enough freedom to take into account individual profiles of the participating schools.
The distinctive value of this undergraduate international double degree lies in the deep knowledge and insight gained from an unparalleled authentic immersion in business, language andculture. The sum of this programme develops highly qualified and adaptable professionals sought after by multinational corporations who seek globally competent leaders.
Fundação Getúlio Vargas
Finance, Economics, Marketing, Human Resources, Production and Operations, Business Law and Political Sciences, and Information Systems
Boston, MA, USA
NEOMA Business School
One of a limited number of French institutions that has earned the triple accreditation: AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS.
Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States (Northeastern University and North Carolina State University)
ESB Business School
Double degree programmes for students interested in spending two years of their studies in Germany.
France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States (Northeastern University and North Carolina State University).
Dublin City University
International Business and Languages, Global Business, Marketing, Innovation and Technology, and Accounting & Finance.
Germany, France, Spain and the United States (Northeastern University and University of San Diego).
Università Sacro Cuore – Piacenza
International Economics, International Law, International Marketing and Business Strategy.
Germany, France, United Kingdom, Mexico and the United States (Northeastern University and North Carolina State University).
Universidad de las Américas Puebla
Banking and Investments, Business Administration, Culinary Arts, Economics, Financial Strategies and Public Accounting, Hotel and Restaurant Administration, Information Technology Administration, International Business Administration and Marketing.
Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and the United States (Northeastern University).
Universidad Pontificia Comillas
Economics, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Management, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Operations Management, among others.
Germany, France, Ireland, United Kingdom and the United States (Northeastern University).
Lancaster University Management School
Managerial Economics, Human Resources Management, Operations Management as well as Finance, Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
Germany, France, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the United States (Northeastern University).
North Carolina State University
Accounting, Data Analytics, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Technology, Marketing, Supply Chain.
Germany, France, Italy, Spain.
Accounting, Finance, Business Statistics, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Supply Chain and Operations Management, Organizational Behavior in a Global Context and International Business.
Brazil, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom.