Five Top Business Schools, Including Yale and HEC Paris, to Offer a Portfolio of Double Business Degrees

Students will complete two master degrees in two years, studying in two different countries

Five international business schools have collaborated to launch a portfolio of double degrees.

The M2M program gives recent university graduates the opportunity to complete two master’s degrees: they attend two top business schools in two different countries over two years.

The participating business schools are:

  • FGV Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo
  • HEC Paris
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School (HKUST)
  • Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia
  • Yale School of Management (Yale SOM)

For example, students on the HEC-Yale program will earn a Master in Management from HEC Paris, and then spend a second year at Yale School of Management studying towards the Master of Management Studies (MMS) in Global Business and Society.

The M2M initiative is designed to equip future business leaders with global experience.

Successful students will graduate with two master’s degrees, one from each school they attended. Graduates will be alumni of both schools and will have access to the schools’ career resources.

Applications are now open for six M2M double degrees.

For more information, see the school's websites.


Image: Paris by Night by Benh Lieu Song CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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