What is IPBS?
IPBS (International Partnership of Business Schools) was created in 1993 by a group of five leading business schools in Europe and the U.S. that recognized the importance of a cross-cultural business education. Additional business schools have joined the IPBS so that today the consortium consists of ten partners on three continents.
What programmes does IPBS offer?
IPBS partner schools collaboratively offer double degree bachelor’s programmes, a master in international management, and faculty exchanges.
How does IPBS differ from other international consortia of business schools?
IPBS, from its beginnings, has stressed the importance of incorporating language and cultural fluency within the context of a rigorous business education. While many business schools provide international exchanges, the IPBS double degree programmes are distinguished by their incorporation of language, business education, and work placements in two different countries.