Double Italian-French degree
École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes
The three-year L-18 Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Management and the two-year LM-77 Master’s Degree in Economics and Management offer students the opportunity to apply for a dual Italian and French qualification on the basis of international agreements stipulated between Roma Tre’s Department of Business Administration and the Link identifier #identifier__126402-1Groupe Ecole Superieure de Commerce de Troyes/YSchools.
Link identifier #identifier__147404-2Admissions Call for dual degree courses with foreign universities for the academic year 2019-2020
For students of the three-year L-18 Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Management:
Students participating in the international exchange programme attend the first and second years of the Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Management at the University of Roma Tre, and the third and final academic year at the Groupe École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes, and must comply with the course requirements of the dual degree protocol signed by the two universities.
During the period abroad, in the third and final academic year, the students of the Department of Business Studies admitted to the programme have the status of Erasmus students and can take advantage of an Erasmus scholarship if they have not already been assigned one in the same study cycle, within the limits of scholarship availability assigned to the department. On completion of the binational study course, the student will have to pass a final test to obtain the dual degree diplomas issued by the University of Roma Tre and Groupe École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes.
The supernumerary credits acquired at the Groupe École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes, recognized up to a maximum of 18 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) credits, can be used for the purposes of the calculation of the degree grade average, upon request by the student and approval by the university.
The official languages of the course are: Italian, French and English.
– Demonstrate knowledge of French or of the target language in the destination University (English) no lower than Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) level B1. The level of linguistic knowledge must be certified by an international certification recognized by the university or equivalent certification of suitability provided by the University Language Centre. The linguistic competence of the candidates will also be assessed during admission interviews at both the university of origin and the university of destination.
– Have accumulated a minimum of 69 credits within the enrolment deadline.
– Deliver the following documentation to the Department of Business Economics in Via Silvio d’Amico, 77, Floor 4, Room 34:
- Curriculum vitae
- Certifications or self-certifications (as per law) regarding the student’s knowledge of English and/or French language, if acquired from any institution other than Roma Tre
- A motivation letter
For students of the two-year LM-77 Master’s Degree in Economics and Management:
For the academic year 2019/20, the Master’s Degree in Economics and Management, with a specialization in Marketing, offers two students the opportunity to apply for admission to the dual Italian and French degree programme.
Students participating in the international exchange programme attend the first year of the Master’s in Economics and Management at Roma Tre University, and the second and final academic year at the Groupe École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes.
During the second year, Roma Tre students will carry out a five-month internship at a company identified by the École Supérieure de Troyes and located in an EU member state.
On completion of the bi-national study course, the student is required to pass a final test, presenting a written paper supervised by a member of teaching staff from both the home university and the partner university. The final test will allow the student to obtain the two dual degree diplomas issued by the University of Roma Tre and Groupe École Supérieure de Commerce de Troyes.
The official languages of the course are: Italian and French or English.
In order to be admitted to the personalized study plan, the student must meet the requirements set out in the call on the student portal and pass a selection test aimed at assessing the quality of their curriculum vitae, linguistic preparation, motivation and compatibility with the educational programme.
Link identifier #identifier__133331-3Dual Master’s Degree Programme