The emphasis on a truly international experience (between six months and two years abroad) gives students an important insight into cultural differences and unfamiliar business environments, making them highly employable and attractive in the future business world.
There are two starts to the academic year: September and January.
Recruitment is carried out throughout the year with applications being processed on a rolling admissions basis. However, given the limited number of places, candidates are advised to apply as early as possible.
The bachelor's degree is a first-level undergraduate degree.
In Europe, a bachelor's degree has been defined, for the most part, as ‘high school baccalaureate + 3 years of study’ (bac+3), however, some countries recognise it as a ‘bac+4’ corresponding to four years of study after secondary school. In the USA, as well as other countries which have adopted the norms of the American education system, a bachelor's degree represents four years of study after the end of high school.
This qualification is a well-recognised standard among companies which recruit in an international environment.
A bachelor's degree allows entry directly into the workplace or entry into a higher level course such as a master of science, which, after 12 to 18 months of study, leads to a master's degree (‘bac+5’).