International Business Administration - BBA
Full program details & costs, with admission requirements. Discover your dream program.
What Montpellier Business School says about their program:
"The Bachelor of International Business Administration (BIBA) offers an internationally oriented excellence management programme.
It prepares both for further studies and for the employment market by guaranteeing a recognised academic level and the best employability possible.
The BIBA provides close and personalised support enabling students to explore and build their own career paths. It thus leaves plenty of possibilities for students to choose from: the choice of the integration year, the choice of companies where they carry out their internships and the choice of international destinations in foreign partner universities.
The BIBA is a 3-year programme offering the possibility to take a placement year between the 2nd and 3rd year.
The programme is offered in either English and/or French, at the convenience of the student."
Please see below the admissions criteria required in order to apply at Montpellier Business School.
TOEFL 80 / IELTS 6.0
Montpellier Business School English Test (free). Students can choose to take this test during the application.
International admission assessment is required for candidates who hold a foreign degree or an equivalent qualification. The International admission assessment is open to candidates who have previously studied in a non-French educational institution, regardless of their nationality.
Depending on the education level, you can integrate into the bachelor's program as follows:
- Admission in the first year is open to holders of a high school degree equivalent to the French baccalaureate, ex
high school diploma;
- Admission in the second year is open to holders of 60 ECTS credits or one year of higher education, or another qualification considered equivalent;
- Third year (one year) admission for holders of 120 ECTS credits, two years of higher education and IELTS minimum 6/9 (with 6/9 in each sub-test)
The L1 and L2 years are taught in French and English. Non-French-speaking candidates who wish to attend courses in French are required to have at least a B2 certificate of French as a Foreign Language on the scale of the European Council. Candidates who wish to take the courses in English must have a B2 level in English or a minimum IELTS score of 5.5/9.
The L3 year is taught in English. L3 candidates must provide an IELTS score of at least 6/9 or a TOEFL with a minimum score of 80/120.
September Semester - application deadline June 30
Fees and funding
For five years, under the guidance of the Fondation de France, Montpellier Business School Foundation has been leading initiatives for deserving students from France and developing countries and supporting the School’s young graduates in their business start-up projects.
This is done by offering merit-based scholarships, international scholarships and business start-up scholarships.
The Foundation also funds hosting internationally renowned teacher-researchers for conferences and specialized seminars.
Up to €2,000 scholarships according to admission results
Visa requirements for Montpellier Business School
Many international students will require a visa to study in France, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.