Transatlantic Business School Alliance (TABSA)-International Dual Degree Program
The Transatlantic Business School Alliance (TABSA) program is a dual degree program designed for those students who have a high proficiency in a foreign language and are seeking career opportunities in international business. Upon completion of the program the student will receive a B.S. degree in business administration from UNCW as well as a business degree from the TABSA host institution. Currently UNCW has four host institutions, Euromed in Marseille, France that awards the Diploma of the Euromed, Marseille and Hochschule Bremen in Bremen, Germany that awards a Diplom-Kauffrau/Kaufmann (FH), Hertfordshire in London, UK that awards the B.A. Honours International Business, and the University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain that awards the Graduato Europeo en Direccion de Empresas (GEDE). The program requires the student to complete approximately 70-79 semester hours of coursework at UNCW with an additional two years at the host institution. The program requires two internships, one in the U.S. and one through the host institution.
Students in the program pay tuition and fees to UNCW. Transportation, housing and other living costs are the responsibility of the student.
Students electing to enter the Transatlantic Business School Alliance (TABSA)-International Dual Degree Program must complete the required coursework at UNCW and meet admission requirements for the Cameron School of Business. The last two years of study will be completed at a TABSA European member institution. At completion, students receive a Bachelor of Science in business degree from UNCW as well as the partner institution’s equivalent degree. Successful completion of the International Dual Degree Program requires a highly structured program of study beginning in the freshman year at UNCW.