Study semester 5 and an additional year (semester 7 and 8) at KEDGE Business School and obtain the degree Bachelor of Commerce from KEDGE. During semester 7 students have the possibility to choose between internship or study specialization courses at KEDGE.
Participating students should not apply for the JIBS degree certificate until the Double degree studies at Kedge are completed!
Double degree course package:
Semester 5: Sales Techniques, Enterprise & Leadership, Sustainability and resilience issues for organization, Management Information systems, HR & Team management, Elective French Language.
Semester 7: Internship (4 months) or Kedge Bachelor specialization: Business Simulation, Strategic and Business Diagnostic, Elective French Language, and one choice of five tracks:
b) Supply Chain
c) Wine Business and Sustainability
d) Management and Negotiation Strategies
Semester 8: Applied Financial Case Studies, Management applied to Regional Industries, International Marketing, Cross Cultural Management, Globalized HR, Corporate Strategy, Supply Chain management, Elective French language.
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The internship: The internship is done in connection with Kedge, who then provide detailed information about requirements.
Kedge accreditations: EQUIS, AACSB, PRME, AMBA
Deadline to apply in JU online application: November 15
JIBS requirements: Results from Year 1+ A1 (August-October), maximum 75 credits. Minimum 60 credits out of 75 credits at the time of application.
Kedge degree requirements: JIBS studies 5 semesters, Completed Double degree studies at Kedge as well as Sulitest (test on Sustainability) and Language test scores TOEIC 750 or TOEFL IBT 75 or equivalent (IELTS 5,5, Cambridge CERFA B2 level).
Erasmus scholarship for studies: Possible to apply for the Erasmus scholarship for studies (not traineeship) for 2 semesters. Note, all the studies/internship must take place within Europe, Sweden excluded to be able to obtain the Erasmus scholarship.