Global Business (France)
DC112 | Undergraduate Degree
The BA in Global Business combines a broad understanding of international business with intercultural experience and work placements. This degree is unique in that you’ll have the chance to gain fluency in a second language, participate in two work placements, and earn two business degrees in two countries.
In your four years, you’ll gain the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the challenges of the diverse worlds of global and local business.
You’ll spend your first two years in DCU (including a work placement in Ireland), and then your final two years in Neoma Business School, our partner in France, where you’ll study in the local language and university system. Neoma Business School was formed in 2013 through a merger of Rouen Business School and Reims Management School. It is one of France’s largest and best-known business schools, with 8,000 students across three campuses.
You’ll graduate with two qualifications, one from DCU and one from the partner institution.
This degree is the only one of its kind in Ireland. You’ll spend the first two years in DCU, including a work placement, and the final two years in the relevant partner institution abroad, where you study through that country’s language and university system, and do a second work placement.
In your first two years, you’ll gain an understanding of the principles of business by studying subjects such as accounting, finance, economics and marketing. You'll also study French language combined with European political, cultural and social developments.
On transferring to the partner institution in Year Three, you will focus on international business and in Year Four, you have the opportunity to specialise in a variety of business areas.
You’ll graduate with two qualifications—the BA in Global Business from DCU, and the DESEM (Diplome d’Études Supérieures Européenes de Management) from Neoma Business School (France).
This degree is designed to develop future leaders in an increasingly international and diverse business environment.
Graduates from this course work around the world in:
- European Affairs
- European Law
- European Regulation
- International affairs
- International Marketing Management
Please see the DCU Online Prospectus for entry requirements.
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