Outgoing - Bachelor of Business Administration Program


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Outgoing - Bachelor of Business Administration Program

Students registered for the Bachelor of Business Administration Program have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester as part of a semester mobility exchange.

Taking advantage of this opportunity is not only a plus for your CV but an enriching human and personal experience as it will allow you to discover another way of learning, expand your knowledge and improve your linguistic abilities. It's also a chance to make new friends, and discover another country and a different culture.

This study abroad semester is recognised and counts toward your Master 1 degree yet is not subject to any additional tuition fees.

General information

Studying abroad as part of a semester mobility program allows you to study for a semester at a PSB Paris School of Business partner higher education institution.

You may apply for an Erasmus exchange (the majority of European Union destinations) or a Bilateral exchange (outside the EU). The credits you obtain (/30 ECTS) at our institution will count towards your PSB Paris School of Business course.

But remember, exchange openings are limited and based on a reciprocity model (1 inbound/1 outbound). Since the demand is higher than the offer (1 to 3 openings per partner on average), assignments are made upon application in June and September of each year for departures at the beginning of the following year.

Who can go?
Students enrolled at PSB in the BBA program 2.

As of Semester 2 BBA 2

Is it a requirement?
No, it’s optional

How much does it cost?
€0 (apart from the standard PSB tuition fees).

What are the pre-requisites?
An overall average grade between 10/20 and 14/20 (depending on the partner institution) and proof of proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL, certification) in the teaching language used at the destination (English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, etc…).

What is the process?
Candidates who can accredit the pre-requisites may apply for up to 5 different destinations via the Internet by completing the online form and attaching the required documentation. Assignments are made based on a specific and objective scale mid-September by the international relations service.

Where to study?
90 partner universities in 40 countries


Presentation/informations : February/March of your 3rd year

Candidature : 1st round in June – 2nd round End of September

Assignment : 1st round Mid-September – 2nd round Mid-October

Departure : Periods of study depend on the continent. In general, the dates are as follows:

Region Australia / New Zealand North America South America Asia Europe
Time Semester 1: From February to June Semester 1 : From January to May Semester 1 : From February to June Semester 1: From April to July Semester 1: From February to June