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For students who have an interest in international relations and business, it makes sense to have experiences of living abroad where one develops language skills and intercultural competencies. Similarly to language degrees, when you study international business/relations you often have the option to study one year abroad, and there may be Erasmus+ programmes available through the University. However, you may want to undertake the full degree in another country.

English is the international language of business, and the 5 highest ranking universities in this field are in the US and the UK, with the exception of number 2 (France) on the list for Business Management and number 3 (France) on the list for Business and International Studies.

While you can undertake postgraduate programmes through English at INSEAD in France, they do not have any undergraduate degrees. At Sciences Po in France, you can study at undergraduate level, but may be required to study some parts of the degree through French.

The 5 Highest Ranking Universities by subject, for Business Management:

  1. Harvard University, US
  2. INSEAD, France
  3. London Business School, UK
  4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), US
  5. University of Pennsylvania, US

The 5 Highest Ranking Universities by subject, for Economics & Econometrics:

  1. Harvard University, US
  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), US
  3. Stanford, US
  4. University of California, US
  5. University of Chicago, US

The 5 Highest Ranking Universities by subject, for Politics and International Studies:

  1. Harvard University, US
  2. University of Oxford, UK
  3. Sciences Po, France
  4. The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK
  5. University of Cambridge, UK
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