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One course of study, two degrees – Aalen University makes it possible

Tu, 10. July 2018

Starting this coming winter semester, Aalen University will offer a double degree program to students in the field of International Business Studies, with the French university École Supérieure de Commerce (ESC) in Clermont-Ferrand.

“The private university in France belongs to the “Grandes Écoles“ and is regularly ranked in the top group of business schools in France,” says academic dean Prof. Dr. Jürgen Strauß about the new collaboration. The École Supérieure de Commerce is supported by companies in the Auvergne region (the MICHELIN group among others) and the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Puy de Dome. Starting winter semester 2018/2019, a double-degree for the Bachelor and Master students of Aalen University will be possible. They will acquire two degrees: a German Bachelor or Master degree from Aalen University and a French degree from ESC. The professors Dr. Jae Chung, student coordinator of the Master program International Marketing and Sales as well as Auditing, Finance and Governance and Dr. Jürgen Strauß and Maître en droit have visited the ESC for several days and held extensive conversations with the local university administration and professors. Exchange between professors of the two universities is expected to intensify. Additionally, mid-term research projects have been planned.

The double degree can be earned in the frame of the Bachelor programme International Business Studies as well as in the Master programme International Marketing and Sales and Auditing, Finance and Governance. Applications for the offered courses are available until Sunday, July 15, 2018.

You can apply here for International International Business Studies (Bachelor degree programme).

You can apply here for International Marketing and Sales as well as Auditing, Finance and Governance (Master degree programme).

Picture credits: (c) Hochschule Aalen/Christian Frumoldt