GRADUATE PROGRAM IN GENEVA BUSINESS SCHOOL
The full-time Master’s degree program requires the equivalent of a minimum of one academic year (two semesters of 12 weeks each) plus one semester (6 months) for the Master Thesis Report (combined with an optional internship). The Master programs have to be completed in a maximum of 3 years; the European Master Programs must be completed within 3 years. In the event that a student has not finished within the timeframe, the academic committee will decide whether the student is permitted to continue studying at the university..
For any student that has completed the 54 credits and is starting the Master Thesis, the online acceptance must be acknowledged by the supervisor. In addition, all students must register for the Thesis during the registration week prior to starting. A student must acknowledge these rules in order to complete the Masters degree. Please note that all credit equivalents from other schools must be agreed upon by the Academic Committee before starting the intended program. It is not the policy of the university to accept credits after the program has started.