Studying for an international double degree means being able to build knowledge in other countries and a one-off chance to gain a competitive edge in a global business environment. Students not only advance their specialist skills and knowledge, they also develop intercultural skills and improve their foreign language skills.
The principle of second degrees is straightforward: Students can earn two coordiated degrees, one of which is awarded by a partner institution. Typically, the students in the program are simultaneously enrolled at both universities and dedicate a certain amount of time to study in an equivalent or complementary specialization, attending part of their degree program at an international partner university. Their academic achievements are mutually recognized by both institutions. This means they can earn two degrees within the standard duration of study. After completing the program, they obtain two diplomas.