Unique opportunity for students to obtain a Master Degree in Management from 3 (!) partner institutions: Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (Moscow, Russia), the University of Applied Sciences Dresden (Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden - Dresden, Germany) and the Institut de Préparation à l'Administration et à la Gestion (IPAG - Paris/Nice, France). Read about study program, admission requirements, tuition fees and other details.
Jönköping International Business School
Web Site: www.jibs.se
Type of Partnership: Under-Graduate and Graduate Exchange.
Available exchange units: 2 students for one year, or 4 for a semester.
Criteria to go:
- One year of completed university studies within business administration, economics, or law;
- Fluency in English equivalent to at least a 550 (old scale), 213 (new scale) TOEFL score.
The School / The City:
JIBS was founded in 1994 to provide basic education (bachelor and master degrees) and research education (PhD degrees), as well as to
conduct research in the field of business and economic studies.
JIBS has the right to award bachelor and master degrees in Business Administration, Economics, Business Informatics, and Commercial Law. It also has the right to grant PhD degrees in Business Administration, Economics, Commercial Law, and Political Science. Doctoral students in the area of Business Informatics may take PhD courses and conduct research at JIBS, but at present obtain their degrees from Linkoping University. It is expected that JIBS will soon be granted the right to award its own PhD degrees in Business Informatics.
Three main profiles are found throughout JIBS’s activities: Internationalisation, Business Renewal, and a focus on Small and Medium Sized Companies/Entrepreneurship.
Jonkoping, with its 116,000 people, is the ninth largest city in Sweden. It has a long history and was given its city privileges in 1284. Often referred to as Scandinavia’s gateway to Europe, Jonkoping’s strategic location in the heart of Sweden, makes it an ideal jumping-off point to other destinations in Europe. The closeness to many major cities is something that our international students take advantage of for travelling purposes. For those interested, the Student Union offers cheap weekend trips to such places as Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, and St. Petersburg.