Double Degree Agreement signed between AGU and Rennes School of Business

ESC, Rennes School of Business, Rennes SB, RSB, Abdullah Gül University, AGU, double degree diploma, partnershipThe Abdullah Gül University (AGU) and Rennes School of Business (RSB) have signed a Cooperation Agreement for the development of Double Degree programs.

After a meeting between AGU International Office Director Emeric Abrignani and RSB Global School representatives Aude Liebert and Elodie Saint Yves during the 2019 EURIE conference in Istanbul, the two institutions have agreed to create this 3+2 program, which will allow students to complete an AGU Bachelor program and RSB Master program within 5 years, while benefiting from preferential fees.

On May 16, 2019, the Abdullah Gül University welcomed on its campus Dr. Santiago Garcia, Dean of the Global School and Vice-President of Rennes School of Business, for the official signing ceremony of the Double Degree agreement.

Dr. Garcia met with AGU Vice Rectors Prof. Dr. İrfan Alan and Prof. Dr. Cengiz Yılmaz, members of the Faculty of Managerial Sciences and all Deans and Heads of Departments in order to explore the different collaboration opportunities that exist between AGU and RSB (joint research, projects , courses, visits, short programs, etc.)

Rennes School of Business is a Top 10 French business School (Financial Times) and Top 55 in the World with the AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS triple-crown accreditation.
RSB puts a great emphasis on “international development” with all programs taught in English, 91% of international Faculty members and a 53% international student ratio.

We look forward to a fruitful collaboration benefiting all RSB and AGU members.

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