The BP in Business and Applied Economics at the University of Rennes 1
What are your opportunities studying business economics at Rennes1?
- The Bachelor Program in the Rennes1 university gives a full-stack knowledge in all important economical subjects.
- the course goes in English in small group classes.
- You will use the Bloomberg database and take the Bloomberg certificate (BMC).
- Moreover the main curriculum you can take an internship (up to 3 months) after the two academic semesters.
- In addition, you can study French as a foreign language.
So, The Bachelor Program in Business and Applied Economics is a two-semester program.
Generally, the lectures cover a broad range of Economic topics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, applied, public, international, and business economics, and so on. The full subject list you can find, if you visit our site program page.
Likewise, the opportunity to learn and use the Bloomberg database is a great benefit for students who plan to make a career in business. Subsequently, you will take the Bloomberg certificate (BMC).
Senior lecturers are teaching the Courses from the Rennes Faculty of Economics.
To enhance your immersion in France, you will also have the opportunity to study French. Depending on your level, you may consider different proficiency courses: beginner, elementary, intermediate or advanced.
After the two academic semesters, you can take an internship (up to 3 months) in the proficient projects offered by Rennes University’s authoritys .
What types of assistance are optional for students of business economics at Rennes1 ?:
– full Course support by Professors and Heads of program
– Administrative support
– integration and lodging support by the program coordinator,
– support of the International Office and the International Mobility Center
Selection criteria for Business and Applied economics students in Rennes:
– Proficiency level in Economics, General Management and Quantitative skills
– at least two years of undergraduate studies in economics.
We will consider the average of your grades from the last three years as well as the grades of specific courses.
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