The double diploma program is an opportunity to study part of the study period at one of the universities with which ISM University has signed a double diploma partnership agreement.
Upon successful completion of studies at both universities, the student receives two diplomas – ISM and a partner university.
The dual diploma program provides excellent opportunities to gain international experience, expand academic and practical knowledge, and fully prepare for career opportunities.
Who can participate and what is the selection criteria
All ISM students who meet the requirements of the partners can participate.
Each of them defines different criteria. Click on the links below to learn more.
By participating in a double degree program at a university in one of the countries of the European Union, students have the opportunity to receive a scholarship (EUR 320-570 per semester, depending on the country of destination) for one semester.
If I choose a double degree program, will my studies prolong?
Not, not necessarily. We have different partners with different agreements. Please check the most updated information at *protected email*.
What is a fee for a double degree program?
We have different partners with different prices. It might be that double degree program at your chosen university is free of charge. Please check the newest information at *protected email*.
Will I have to write two final theses?
No, a bachelor’s or master’s thesis is written only once. Where you write will depend on the double degree agreement.
Can I go to both an ERASMUS + program or a bilateral exchange and a Double Diploma exchange?
Studying abroad may not account for more than half of your study time. If you do not violate this limit, you can try to combine Erasmus / bilateral exchanges and double diploma exchanges. In each case, you can contact *protected email* for details.
Will I receive an ERASMUS + scholarship for a double diploma exchange?
You must enter the competition to receive an ERASMUS + scholarship to a university that has an Erasmus Charter. Scholarships are awarded based on your competitive score.