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Bachelor and Master students of the University of Münster School of Business & Economics have the chance to acquire a double degree in cooperation with the renowned ICN Business School Nancy in France. Studying at the ICN is characterised by an international atmosphere and high practical relevance. Double degree courses offer the students the possibility to acquire two degrees in two countries within the standard period of study.
Students of double degree programmes normally receive ERASMUS funding for the entire year.
Students graduating in the double bachelor degree course receive the degrees Bachelor of Science of Münster University plus either the English-language Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or the French-language SUP’EST Bachelor/BBA of the ICN Business School.
Students of this programme complete the first four semesters at the University of Münster School of Business & Economics. The fifth and sixth semesters include the BBA study and the bachelor’s thesis in Nancy. In this, either the international programme or the French-language programme can be chosen.
Students graduating in the double master degree course receive the degrees Master of Science of Münster University and the ICN Master in Management of ICN Business School.
Students of this programme complete the first two semesters of the Master at University of Münster School of Business & Economics. In order to avoid a prolongation of the duration of study because of the programme, one should gear the courses one choses to the sequence of the programme right at the beginning of one’s Master studies, as the Minor Management will be completed in France due to Nancy’s university orientation. The third semester includes the Master’s programme in Nancy. Here, compulsory courses totalling 16 ECTS as well as elective and specialisation courses in the chosen major totalling 14 ECTS are to be attended. The fourth semester includes the master’s thesis in Nancy, which is linked to an internship.
The application deadlines for the double bachelor correspond to those of a normal semester abroad. Accordingly, you submit your application in your 3rd semester between 1 and 31 January. Due to the required adaptation of the curriculum, MA students apply from 1 to 15 September, before the beginning of the Master’s degree course.
Please follow the application documents for a regular place as an exchange student at the respective website. In accordance with the chosen language of the programme, the documents are to be submitted either in German or English. Please hand in proof of a good command of French (comparable level: B2) when choosing the French degree course, and when choosing the English degree course, hand in proof of a good command of English (comparable level: B2) and of basic knowledge of French (comparable level: B1).