BBA Co-op International Dual/Double Degree

Experience a unique program with an international outlook

An outstanding opportunity for a global business education

A dual degree will separate you from the rest with experience in the global environment! We’ve partnered with five leading business schools in Europe to offer you the best in global business education.

Limited to only 50 students per year, this is an outstanding opportunity to receive a global business education. This co-op only program gives you the global perspective so desirable in today’s economy and the work experience to back it up.

You can expect support from the Goodman School of Business and the Brock Co-op Programs Office before you leave for Europe, especially with helping you plan for your time abroad and preparing for your European work experience.

Earn two degrees

When you successfully complete the program, you will have earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Brock University in addition to a second degree from the partner school.

Study in France, Germany, Ireland or the United Kingdom

Students admitted to the International Dual Degree program will rank order their preferred track (NEOMA-France, DCU-Ireland, EBS-Germany, ESB Reutlingen-Germany or LUMS-United Kingdom) when they accept their offer of admission.

Pay tuition to Brock

All tuition fees are paid to Brock University so that you do not have to pay international fees at the partner school.

Program Sequencing

YearFallWinterSpring
1Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessSummer Vacation
2Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessWork Term 1 - Canada
3Lancaster University Management SchoolLancaster University Management SchoolWork Term 2 - England
4Lancaster University Management SchoolLancaster University Management School
Year FallWinterSpring
1Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessSummer Vacation
2Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessWork Term 1 - Canada
3NEOMA Business SchoolNEOMA Business School
4NEOMA Business SchoolWork Term 2 - EuropeWork Term 2 Continued
5Goodman School of Business
Year FallWinterSpring
1Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessSummer Vacation
2Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessWork Term 1 - Canada
3Goodman School of BusinessEBS Business SchoolWork Term 2 - Europe
4EBS Business SchoolEBS Business School
Year FallWinterSpring
1Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessSummer Vacation
2Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessWork Term 1 - Canada
3ESB ReutlingenWork Term 2 - EuropeWork Term Continued
4ESB ReutlingenESB Reutlingen
5Goodman School of Business
Year FallWinterSpring
1Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessSummer Vacation
2Goodman School of BusinessGoodman School of BusinessWork Term 1 - Canada
3DCU Business SchoolWork Term 2 - EuropeWork Term Continued
4DCU Business SchoolDCU Business School
5Goodman School of Business

Who can apply

To be considered for admission to this program, you must first apply to the University through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC). When completing the form, be sure to select the “Honours Business Administration Co-op International Dual Degree” as opposed to the regular degree program.

Admission to this dual degree program requires a minimum of an 85% 12 U average. Please note that meeting the minimum average does not guarantee admission. Applicants not accepted to a co-op program will automatically be considered for admission to the comparable regular degree program when a second or third choice is not indicated on the OUAC application.

This program is open to both 101 applicants (current Ontario Secondary School Students & those studying the Ontario curriculum abroad) and 105 applicants (Canadian residents or international applicants not currently attending an Ontario secondary school) on the OUAC website.

Hear from a Double Degree Graduate

Kellie Williamson

(BBA Double Degree ’20)

Double Degree student Kellie, chats about her journey through Goodman as well as the opportunities she has been able to take through her Double Degree opportunity abroad and how that has changed her future.