Through an exchange term you gain experience that will give you an advantage when seeking the more interesting jobs. You will have the opportunity to live in and learn about a new country and its culture while giving your Master’s education a unique profile.
As a Master’s student at The School of Business, Economics and Law you have the opportunity to study abroad on exchange for one or two semesters. Your exchange studies will count towards your Master’s degree and will not prolong your two-year programme.
Today the School has approximately 160 partner universities throughout the world, such as Macquarie University in Australia, Doshisha Business School in Japan and Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
For information about exchange studies during your MSc programme, please click here.
The School has established five double degree agreements with well-renowned universities throughout the world. As a double degree student, you will study one year of your two-year Master's education abroad to receive a Master's degree from both the School of Business, Economics and Law and the partner university. This gives your education an internationally recognized edge and the opportunity to benefit from the expertise and resources from two well-reputed institutions.
More information about Double Degrees.