A double-degree programme involves a student's working for two different university degrees at different institutions (sometimes in different countries), completing them in less time than it would take to earn them separately.
Master's double-degree programmes are the most widespread. Typically in a double-degree programme both of the participating institutions reduce the amount of time required to be spent at each. Common double-degrees are the MBA degree and a double PhD degree.
A double-degree programme is based on a formal agreement between two universities. Students spend 1 year in each degree programme. After completing all requirements for both programmes, the student is awarded two degrees. Students enter a dual-degree programme to accelerate their education or to enrich their professional portfolio.
1. Physics Methods and Technologies in Biomedicine (Master's)
Maastrich University, Netherlands
2. Historical and Regional Geology (Master's)
Lille 1 University - Science and Technology, France
4. Studies of the European Union (Master's)
Free University of Brussels, Belgium
5. Finance (Master's)
University of Coimbra, Portugal