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Ibero–AmericanMBA

The Ibero–AmericanMBA is a bilingual, collaborative double–degree program offered by a three–institution consortium in Argentina, Spain, and the United States along with a fourth semester of online courses. The Ibero–AmericanMBA is offered by the following institutions:

 

 

 ESEADE logo  Instituto Universitario ESEADE 
Buenos Aires, Argentina

April–August

 
 URJC logo  Universidad Rey Juan Carlos 
Madrid, Spain

September–December

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University of North Florida 
Jacksonville, FL, United States

January–April

 

Course Schedule 

The four semesters are:

  • January–April on–line, with one course taught by a faculty member from each of the three consortium institutions and students being introduced to the thesis requirements and process, earning 9 graduate credit hours
  • April–August at ESEADE earning 18 graduate credit hours
  • September–December at URJC earning 18 graduate credit hours
  • January–April at UNF earning 18 graduate credit hours

Throughout the program, students will work on a thesis (3 graduate credit hours during each semester, which are included in the totals given above).  The program requires students to be fluent in both Spanish and English because course delivery will occur in both languages. Ideally, each university will offer at least one course in each language during the semester the Ibero-AmericanMBA students are in residence. The projected audience is a cohort of fourteen students from each institution, studying together and spending one semester at each institution after an initial on–line semester. This model is likely to provide significant diversity in its student body, including not only each institution's typical constituencies (North American, South American and European) students, but also potentially non–nationals from around the globe.

 

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  • The University of North Florida is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees. Instituto Universitario ESEADE and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos are not accredited by the Commission on Colleges and the accreditation of the University of North Florida does not extend to or include Instituto Universitario ESEADE and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos or its students. Although the University of North Florida accepts certain course work in transfer toward a credential from Instituto Universitario ESEADE and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos or collaborates in other ways for generation of course credits or program credentials, other colleges and universities may or may not accept this work in transfer, even if it appears on a transcript from the University of North Florida. This decision is made by the institution subsequently considering the possibility of accepting such credits.
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