EU Business School Partners With Moscow International University To Offer Joint Bachelor’s Degrees
EU Business School (EU) has announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Moscow International University (MIU) through which both educational institutions will offer joint bi-lingual bachelor’s programs from October 2018. This contract strives to promote cooperation between the two educational institutions, increasing education quality for students and developing relations between both parties. On successful completion of these bachelor’s degree programs, students will earn two diplomas; one from EU and one from MIU.
The joint bachelor’s degrees offered under this agreement are the following: business administration, communication & public relations, leisure & tourism management, sports management, international relations, design management, business & sustainability management, digital media management and family business management.
The structure of the bachelor’s degrees has been specifically designed to offer an international and flexible study program for students, taking into account their varying needs. The first and second years are studied on the MIU campus while the third year is taught on EU’s Swiss, Barcelona or online campuses. Students finalize their studies in year four at MIU. On successfully completing the coursework at EU and MIU, students will earn two diplomas: a professionally-accredited bachelor’s degree from EU and a Russian state bachelor’s degree from MIU.
Mr. Carl Craen expressed his satisfaction on signing this agreement and stated, “we are very excit-ed about this new agreement and the possibilities it offers Russian students. Students will benefit from a truly enriching international experience that will help them grow into the international business leaders of the future.”
This agreement adds to the growing number of international partnerships that EU is signing with outstanding educational institutions around the world. The business school also offers state-recognized programs through the University of Derby and the University of Roehampton (UK) at undergraduate and graduate level and through Uni-versidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), Spain, at graduate level.