A double degree is yours for the taking.
If you plan to study your masters at Aston Business School, you can achieve two degrees for the price of one as well as studying abroad at a partner institution in another country.
The double degree programme is similar to an exchange opportunity, but you'll spend an additional year at one of our partner institutions meaning you will graduate with two masters degrees and be able to study at some of the world’s top business schools.
Double degrees open doors. This is your opportunity to experience a new culture, make new connections, enhance your professional profile and grow as an individual. Deepen your learning and demonstrate dedication to your subject area. Make yourself stand out at interviews. Employers are looking for individuals who are culturally versatile and can work in any environment.
- All double degree programmes are tuition-free
- All programmes are taught in English. While we would encourage you as much as possible to learn the language of the country you're studying in, all the programmes we offer were selected because they are taught and assessed in English.
For our double degree programme, we partner with some of Europe's most highly ranked business schools. Each school shares Aston's philosophy for employability and offer courses that reflect the needs of industry.
You don't need to apply outright for the Double Degree programme. You will be made aware of the opportunity while you are studying at Aston. But you'll need a strong grade average and the ambition to study overseas.
There is a four-stage process to apply:
Apply for your preferred study placements
In February you will select up to three study abroad opportunities and submit an application to Aston Business School.
If your application is successful, Aston Business School will nominate you for the opportunity with the partner institution.
You will then be informed by the partner university how to make a direct application.
If your application is successful you will receive an acceptance letter from the partner institution.
Learn more about how to apply