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Partner universities - Logistics

The School of Business, Economics and Law has several exchange agreements on master's level in the subject field logistics.

Danmark

City: Århus

Level: B/M

Programme: Norek and Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.asb.dk

Semester dates (appr): Aug - Dec, Feb-Jun

Exam period: In the middle and end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, a couple of days before semester start

Courses per semester: 3-6

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: -3 to 12

Teaching language: Danish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the School

Former exchange students: Kristine Åsblom

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course offer School of Business

Finland

City: Helsingfors

Level: B/M

Programme: Norek / Erasmus

Study field: Business, Logistics, Economics

Website: www.aalto.fi

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Jan, Jan- Maj

Exam period: End of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, at the beginning of the semester

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4 - 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Finnish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the university

Former exchange students: Carlos Salomon Figueroa

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course search

France

City: Le Havre/Caen

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Logistics

Website: www.ecole-management-normandie.fr

Information for exchange students

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Dec/Jan, Jan/Feb-Apr/May (depending on your programme) 

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, at the beginning of the semester

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: - 

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: Help is offered to find accommodation

Other: Limited course offer in English at Bachelor level.

Third year Bachelor students may take courses at the Master 1 level (M1) of the Grand Ecole Programme.

Former exchange students: Carolina Svensson Johnsson (MSc Logistics) Elias Lindström (MSc Logistics); Viktoria Otterström (MSc Logistics) 

Course offer: Undergraduate and graduate courses

City: Nantes

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Logistics

Website: www.audencia.com

Semester dates (appr): Normally Aug - Dec, Feb - May (depends on your programme)

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, mandatory

Language course: Yes, free of charge

Courses per semester: 5-15

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: French, 0-20, and ECTS

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: Help is offered to find private accommodation

Other: Audencia is tripple accredited

Exchange students can choose courses in either one of the 2 Grande Ecole “Blocks” of courses below (see course catalogue for more details):

Grande Ecole General Management Courses
Designed for international students with at least 3 semesters of Business Studies
Grande Ecole Majors/Specialisation Courses (master 2 level)
International students with at least 4 semesters in Business Studies can choose 2 electives and one of the 10 majors taught in French or in English amongst the Master Program in Management Studies.
4 fields of study: Marketing/Finance/Cultural Institutions/Consulting (please check the course catalogue as prerequisites may apply and some courses are incompatible).

Information for international students and exchange program fact sheet. PLease contact Vivian Bissada for links to informational videos provided by Audnecia in case of further interest.

Former exchange students: Nils Erik Albihn (MSc Logistics); John Eneroth (BA Logistcis); Tim Vincze (MSc Logistics)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course catalogue

Mexico

City: Mexico DF and other locations

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Logistics, Economics

Website: www.ebc.mx

Semester dates (appr): Aug-Dec, Feb-Jun

Exam period: Middle and end of the semester 

Introduction programme: Three days in the beginning of the semester

Language course: Yes, in the beginning of the semester

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: Hours instead of credits. One course equals to three teaching hours per week. 

Grading system: 5 - 10 (A - F)

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the School

Former exchange students: Natalie SjölanderDaniel Karlsson

Other: Campuses in Mexico City, Chiapas, Mérida, Querétaro, San Luis Potosi, León, Pachuca, Tlalnepantla and Toluca. Students can freely chose campus.
Purchase of Health Insurance (around 160 euro) is mandatory.

Proof of language proficiency: Spanish level B1 is required for undergraduate students, for master students Spanish C1 or C2

Course offer: Please see Programmes and Courses