International double degree for graduates

Tuesday. 15. October 2019 (Corinna Tübel)
Prof. Dr. Robert Elliott (left) und Prof. Dr. Victor J. Randall
Pro Vice-Chancellor (International and Quality) of the Sunshine Coast Prof. Dr. Robert Elliott (left) und Prof. Dr. Victor J. Randall

From 2020, students of the Master's programme Financial Management can acquire the international double degree Master of International Business. They must complete a semester abroad at the Coburg partner university USC Australia.

An internationally recognised double degree not only facilitates career entry worldwide. It also proves specialist knowledge, high intercultural competence and language skills. Students of the Financial Management Master's programme at Coburg University of Applied Sciences can choose to spend a semester abroad at USC Australia starting in March or August 2020 and thus receive the double degree Master of International Business MIntBus at the end of their studies. This cooperation was prepared by the Department of Business and Economics in cooperation with the International Office of Coburg University of Applied Sciences in recent months. Prof. Dr. Victor Randall had travelled to Australia in summer to confirm the initiation of the new Double Degree Agreement with the colleagues of the USC Business School. The university Coburg strengthens so the exchange of lecturers and studying in the course of studies Financial Management and progresses with this cooperation also the way of their internationalization further. Good cooperation pays off: USC Australia is already well known to the Department of Business and Economics through its double degree in M.A. Business Administration. Here the Master's graduates* of a semester abroad are awarded the additional degree Master of Management (MMgt).

The Financial Management MBA program at Coburg University is the only international full-time MBA program in Germany with a focus on finance that is taught in English. The international orientation attracts students from all over the world. The majority of students come from abroad. German students benefit from the intercultural and international atmosphere.

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