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EDHEC consolidates its network of international academic partners

Throughout 2023, EDHEC Business School concluded partnerships with a number of higher education institutions around the world. Here follows a round-up of these new agreements.

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12 Feb 2024
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First of all, a double degree was created in collaboration with Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics for students on Master in finance programmes. In addition, a number of new academic exchanges were set up for these programmes, notably with Vlerick Business School in Brussels, ranked as the Benelux countries’ top business school (European Business School ranking 2023, Financial Times), as well as with the International Business School of Xi’an Jiaotong University in China, and Lucerne School of Business in Switzerland. 

 

During 2023, EDHEC also signed partnerships in Europe for the School’s Master programmes and the EDHEC International BBA.

The Master in Business Management, for example, was enriched with a new double degree – the International Master in Environmental Sustainability and Circular Economy – offered with Politechnico di Milano, Polimi Graduate School of Management. In early 2024, EDHEC launched GETT Europe, a new European track within the School’s Master in Management programme in partnership with two prestigious institutions, ESMT Berlin and Imperial College Business School. The Global Economic Transformation & Technology (GETT) track is a selective programme, combining academic excellence and international immersion, focused on global economic transformations, sustainable development issues and technological progress.  

Regarding the EDHEC International BBA, King's Business School of King’s College London will welcome BBA exchange students studying for a Global Manager Certificate, a certification that will close the semester abroad offered during the second year of the EDHEC International BBA’s Business Management track. 

 

Elsewhere, EDHEC continues to establish ties with distinguished academic partners in the Americas. Students on the School’s Master programmes will now be able to benefit from an academic exchange in Canada with the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business. They will also have the opportunity of a new exchange in South America with the University of Chile’s School of Economy & Business (FEN) in Santiago. The EDHEC International BBA will also offer new academic exchanges with Kogod School of Business, American University, in Washington DC and with Clark University, School of Arts and Sciences in the city of Worcester.

 

Two new partnerships were also forged in Asia and Oceania which will enable BBA and Master students to do an academic exchange in Hong Kong, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School, or in Australia, at Melbourne Business School, attached to the University of Melbourne.

 

Lastly, International BBA students will have the change to take part in an academic exchange programme in Ghana, at Ashesi University ranked ninth among Sub-Saharan African universities (Times Higher Education, 2023). 

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