Double Master’s Degree Programme "International Business Administration“
This two-year programme officially started in winter 2009/10. French and German students can obtain a double Master’s Degree from the WFI and the ESC Toulouse.
The programme aims at excellent students who have a very good command of English, French and German languages.
The University - ESC Toulouse
ESC Toulouse is the "Grande Ecole" programme of Toulouse Business School thus belonging to the elite of the French education system. The “Master of Management” programmes are situated at ESC Toulouse.
It is a triple-crown accredited institution, having subsequently won accreditations by EQUIS; AACSB and AMBA.
Toulouse Business School was founded in 1903. After being situated in a 15th-century monastery in the old city for a long time, it has moved. The new “downtown” campus is situated close to the heart of the business complex right in the city centre while the hyper-modern “electronic” campus is located on the outskirts of the city.
Toulouse Business School today is one of the leading French graduate business schools. Its mission is to prepare students to take responsibility for leading positions, to develop their analytic, integrative, and interpersonal skills, and to lay the foundations for a process of lifelong learning.
Founding year: 1903
Accreditation: EQUIS; AACSB, and AMBA
Number of students: 3200
Number of international students: 500
Number of nationalities: 66
International partners: 121
WFI-students who decide to participate in the double master’s degree programme will study in Ingolstadt for the first two semesters. The subsequent two semesters will be spent in Toulouse.
The fourth semester has in store a six-month-long internship which has to be documented in a final report. The internship and the final report will be rewarded with 15 ECTS points. Furthermore, in the fourth semester, the master’s thesis has to be written, for which another 15 ECTS will be rewarded.
6 compulsory courses
6 elective compulsory courses
SÉSAME practically oriented group work (5 ECTS)
Elective compulsory courses (18 ECTS)
English (2 ECTS)
Strategy project (5 ECTS)
Internship (6 months) including a final report (15 ECTS)
Master’s thesis (15 ECTS)
The programme starts in the winter semester of each year. The application for the Master’s Programme “International Business Administration” has to be filed with the university by July 15th each year. As an integral part of the programme takes part in France, very good knowledge of the French language is a precondition for being admitted into the programme.