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Study semester 4 - 6 at EBS and obtain the degree Bachelor of General Management from EBS. Students do their Bachelor thesis at EBS. Internship is included and is done during the summer.
In order to obtain the degree at EBS, students need to have 210 credits, including the internship course. Students then study more than 30 credits per semester at EBS.
In order to obtain the degree at JIBS, students need to study 15 credits within Economics at EBS. Some of the courses at EBS are electives and some of these then need to be within Economics.
Double degree course package: The course package is being reviewed. As soon as it is agreed upon, the website will be updated (Jan/March 2021).
The internship: The internship is done in connection with EBS, who then provide detailed information about requirements. Note, if the internship is done during the summer you need to purchase a private health insurance. Students are not registered on an internship course at JIBS.
Deadline to apply in Intapps: September 15
EBS application requirements: All applicants must hand in Highschool grades certifying the courses mathematics 3b or 3c, social sciences 1b or 1a1 + 1a2 OR mathematics C, social sciences A OR equivalent. Prepare well in advance to hand in this document by the application deadline to EBS!
Interested students with high school grades from other countries than Sweden, hand in your high school grades to International Office by June 15 preferably and it will be forwarded to EBS.
There might be an administration fee, 60-110 euro.
CV + proof of identity is also needed for the application.
JIBS requirements: Results from Year 1, maximum 60 credits. Minimum 37,5 credits out of 60 credits at the time of application. Students must have the following courses at JIBS before the studies at EBS: Macro economics, Micro economics, Fundamentals of accounting (financial and management), Marketing Management as well as Business statistics.
Erasmus scholarship for studies: Possible to apply for the Erasmus scholarship for 2 semesters, recommended semesters are 5 and 6. Apply during semester 4.