ALHOSN students to earn Bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration & International Business under cooperative program
ALHOSN University’s Faculty of Business has entered into an undergraduate double degree Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB) operating under Grenoble Ecole De Management, one of the top 10 business schools in France. The agreement was signed by Prof. Ahmad Zohdi, Dean of ALHOSN’s Faculty of Business; Thierry Grange, Dean and Director General of Grenoble Ecole de Management; and Judith Bouvard, Dean and Director of the GGSB.
Under the terms of the MoU, ALHOSN students could be admitted into the third year of the French university’s Bachelor in International Business program as regular students and obtain two Bachelor degrees: Business Administration from ALHOSN University and International Business from GGSB.
Business Administration students who have completed their first three years of their study are eligible to apply. Evaluation of applications will be based on English fluency, GPA (minimum 3.0) and completion of 60 US credits or 120 equivalent European Credits and Accumulation System credits.
“The MoU is an opportunity to expose students to world-class business education from one of the most prestigious universities in France and provide them with a competitive edge in their professional growth through the two degrees that they will receive. This agreement affirms our utmost commitment of providing ‘Global knowledge with local vision’ to our students and further strengthens our ties with the French educational system,” said Prof. Ahmed Zohdi, Dean of Business and Assistant Provost for Administration and Financial Affairs, ALHOSN University.