We currently offer two Double Degree programmes, open to all students of the Master in Business Engineering and the Master in Economic Analysis & European Policy.
 

  • Master in Business Engineering – Double degree with Politecnico di Milano

The total duration of the programme is 2.5 years; the first year is completed at SBS-EM, with students following the core courses plus a specific programme. The second year is completed in Milano, where they also follow a specific programme. There is an extra semester dedicated to the dissertation and an internship.

Students apply before mid-December during the 1st year of the master, and selection is based on the marks earned during the bachelor programme. There are 5 spots available per institution per year.

After completing the five semesters, students receive the following degrees: ‘Master Ingénieur de gestion (ULB)’ and ‘Laurea Magistrale in ingegneria gestionale’ (Politecnico di Milano).
 

  • Master in Economic Analysis & European Policy – Double Degree with LUISS Guido Carli (Rome)

The total duration of the programme is 2 years; the first year is completed at SBS-EM, with students following the core courses plus a specific programme. The second year is completed in Rome, where they also follow a specific programme, including the dissertation.

The Double Degree is only accessible to students who earn at least an overall mark of C in the third year of their bachelor. If they meet this requirement, they may apply to the Double Degree programme at the beginning of the 1st year of the Master, in which case they are automatically enrolled in a specific programme for the 2nd semester.

The deadline for applications is mid-December and the decision on admission is finalised after the January exam session. In order to be eligible, students must have passed several core courses. There are 5 spots available per institution per year.

After completing the two years, students will receive the following degrees: ‘Master en Sciences Economiques à finalité “Economic Analysis and European Policy”’ (ULB) and ‘Master Degree in Economics and Finance, Major in Economics’ (LUISS).


The detailed programme can be found on the “International Relations” platform, on the Université virtuelle.
 

Updated on March 28, 2019