Students set sights on Barcelona and Paris as part of unique new European Business qualification

10th March 2021

Giving students a global insight on how to do business is the aim of a unique new collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University and two leading business schools in Europe.

The European Business Bachelor degree will see students learn and live in three different European countries over four years, studying at the Sheffield Business School, IÉSEG School of Management in Paris and IQS School of Management in Barcelona.

As well as the opportunity to live and learn in three very different cultural and business environments, the students will also graduate with a degree from each of the three AACSB-accredited institutions.

During the degree programme students undertake an internship and conduct consulting projects with real companies, spending at least one year in each country over the course of the four-year programme.

Professor Eileen McAuliffe, Dean of the College of Business, Technology and Engineering and the Sheffield Business School said: “At the Sheffield Business School, we pride ourselves on giving our students a truly global perspective on the business world and the chance to apply their learning at leading brands across the globe.

“This European Business Bachelor programme builds on that strong foundation and is truly a very exciting and innovative opportunity for students looking for the best possible way to kickstart their careers.”

Jean-Philippe Ammeux, Dean at IESEG School of Management said: “We are delighted to be launching this ambitious European Bachelor programme with our partners IQS School of Management in Spain and Sheffield Business School (Sheffield Hallam University) in the UK.

“It will provide business students with a truly intercultural and international experience as they study in three different countries and institutions. This program is completely in line with the School’s Vision to be a unique international hub empowering changemakers for a better society.”

Carlos Moslares, Dean at IQS School of Management said: “In this global environment in which we live, the new European Bachelor with IESEG in France and Sheffield Business School in the UK, we respond to the demand of having professionals with strong skills to add value to companies and organizations in their international dimension.

“This European Business Programme ensures the academic, professional and real living experience to become international leaders.”

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