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Students on unique triple-country Master's arrive at the Faculty of Management and Law

Published: Tue 1 May 2018
Students on unique triple-country Master's arrive at the Faculty of Management and Law

A new cohort of students on a unique Master's programme has been welcomed at the University of Bradford School of Management.

Before arriving in Bradford the group of 40 students on the European and International Business Management MSc had previously studied for a term in France at Audencia School of Management, Nantes, and in Spain at Deusto Business School, Bilbao.

The students must be trilingual before starting the course because it is taught in the language of the host nation – Spanish, French and English. For some students, none of these languages are native to them.

Whilst students come predominantly from Spain and France, there are also people on the course from other parts of the world, this year from several Latin American countries (Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Peru), Finland, Germany, Ireland,  Italy, Ghana, Morocco and China.

Triple-country Master's students

The EIBM Master’s has been running for 28 consecutive years, and this year Bradford has been on board for 25 years.

Director of this European Master's Programme, Jean-Marc Trouille said: “The students are a very dynamic group of positive young people who, according to former Bradford MBA students, really add something to the final taught part of the course, so their arrival is always something to look forward to.”

The programme is a joint award from all three institutions and is officially recognised by the Ministerio de Educación in Spain. It has a strong focus on the European context, not just in terms of language and business cultures but also on doing business in the Single Market.

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