• Global EntrepreneurshipMBA

    Double Degree: University of North Florida & European Business School (London & Paris)  

    The Global EntrepreneurshipMBA curriculum is listed below. All classes are taught in English.

     

    Prerequisites  

    All students enrolled in the Global EntrepreneurshipMBA, regardless of the home university, must meet the following admission requirements:

    • Hold a bachelor's (undergraduate) degree by the time that they begin the Global EntrepreneurshipMBA program.
    • Official GMAT score (minimum 500) or GRE (minimum 150 verbal and minimum 150 quantitative)
      Note: Due to the re-scoring of the GRE in 2011, these GRE admissions requirements are valid for spring 2012- spring 2013 admissions.
    • Be proficient in English. (All instruction in the Global EntrepreneurshipMBA is in English regardless of the student's native language.)
    • Have successfully completed courses in each of the following areas:
      • Business Law
      • Principles of Microeconomics
      • Principles of Macroeconomics
      • Introduction to Financial Accounting
      • Introduction to Financial Management
      • Principles of Marketing
      • Principles of Management
       

     

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    Grade Conversions  

     

     

    UK  US  France 
    100-81 A 20-16
    80-70 A- 15
    69-68 B+ 14
    67-64 B 13
    63-60 B- 12
    59-56 C+ 11
    55-50 C 10
    49 or below = did not pass D or F = did not pass 9 or below = did not pass

     

     

     

    Academic Policies 

     In order to earn the UNF MBA, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA with no grades lower than a “C”. The GPA is based on all grades (UNF, EBS-Paris and EBS-London) earned in the program.

     

     

    Degrees Earned 

    Upon successful completion of all program requirements, students in the Global EntrepreneurshipMBA program will earn two master's degrees:

    • Master of Business Administration (MBA) from UNF
    • Grade Master delivered by the French Ministry for degree completion at European Business School-Paris (Master Degree in “Management of International Affairs”)