Double Degree

The Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics is proud to offer students opportunities to further their academic and professional goals through a double degree masters program.

Upon completing the program, you will be awarded two masters’ degrees: the degree of your home university and the degree of your host university.  Within this program, you will complete the Master's degree core courses at the University of Adelaide, with elective requirements credited from your studies at the European host institution, fast-tracking two Masters degree's from our prestigious network of universities.

The program is open to both domestic and international students who are undertaking study in Master of International Management, Master of Wine Businessor the Master of Applied Economics.

  • Funding your experience

    You will pay tuition fees to the University of Adelaide throughout the duration of your program.

  • Application and deadlines

    Applications are open to students once they have admitted into their relevant Master's program. You are then notified as to the outcome of your application 2 weeks after the selected program's application deadline.

    Key dates

    This application round is for students who will meet the academic application requirements prior to commencing study in their European Master Degree Program. 

    Applications close Details
    15 April 2020 For Trimester 3, 2020 commencement (September/October session).
    15 October 2020 For Trimester 1, 2021 commencement (April/May session).

    Apply now

Host universities

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EM Strasbourg Business School

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Ca'Foscari University of Venice

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Corvinus University of Budapest

  • Eligibility

    This exciting development provides eligible students with the opportunity to complete the University of Adelaide’s Master of Wine Business program and UNISTRA’s Diplome Grand Ecole – Specialisation International Wine Management and Tourism within 2 years, subject to meeting all graduation requirements for both institutions.

    To be eligible, you must:

    • Prior to departure have completed 24 units of study within the Master of Wine Business program, including the following courses:
      • MARKETNG 7104 - Marketing Management (M).
      • ECON 7200 - Economic Principles (M).
      • OENOLOGY 7000NW - Foundations of Wine Science.
      • WINE 7000 - Learning Discoveries in Wine.
      • WINE 7002 - Evaluating Domestic and International Wine Markets.
      • OENOLOGY 7530WT - Grape and Wine Production.
      • 9 units of Elective courses from the following: WINE 7006 Contemporary Issues in Wine Business WINE 7003 Australian Wine in the Asian Century WINE 7006 Wine Retail, Cellar Door and Food Tourism (M) WINE 7005 Direct Wine Marketing (M).
    • Meet all admissions requirements as set out by a student's host university, including any language requirements for the year of admission.
    • Complete the requirements of both universities programs to be eligible to graduate with both awards.
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EM Strasbourg Business School

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Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen