Bachelor in Economics and Management

Programme duration :3 years
Delivery language :French
Degree awarded :Bachelor in Economics and Management
Accreditation :The curriculum follows the European ECTS system and the degree is awarded by Université Paris Cité. This programme is accredited by the UAE Commission for Academic Accreditation.
•    Deadline to apply :10 July 2022

The Bachelor in Economics and Management is an exclusive three-year multidisciplinary degree focusing on modern international business from a variety of key perspectives.

The objective of the degree is to provide students with a solid foundation in mathematics and statistics, control of economic quantitative techniques and scientific management methods (human resources and accounting) as well as marketing and legal aspects related to the structure and activities of companies on a global scale.

For the first two years of the programme, students will get acquainted with the theoretical and statistical tools of economics and management and simultaneously enhance their basic historical and institutional knowledge. In the third year, they will explore how this scientific knowledge can be applied and interpreted through several intensive courses such as international economy, industrial economics, the European economy, growth and economic policies, analytical accounting, marketing and financial management.

As language plays a major part in overcoming cultural challenges, this programme is enriched with one foreign language option (Arabic, Spanish, German, Chinese or Italian), in addition to English. Students will get to expand their cultural horizons and open new doors through developing their language skills.

The programme faculty are all internationally renowned professors whose teaching methodology goes beyond the traditional forms of teaching to ensure a balanced and well-rounded learning experience. By the end of the programme, students will master the tools used in these disciplines to analyse real economic issues and challenges.

This programme provides numerous opportunities across a spectrum of industries including the public sector, enterprise services, financial institutions, banks and insurance companies as well as multinational corporations. Career options include positions in International Organisations (e.g. OECD, WTO), economic analysts, market and sales analysts in the private and public sector and financial managers in corporate entities. This degree also provides graduates with several options to pursue further academic studies at Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi’s Master in Banking and Finance: Law and Regulations of Banking and Financial Systems, Master in Marketing, Management, Communication, Media, Master in Health Economics, Master in Applied Foreign Languages: Specialty Management and International Business or in other overseas institutions as well.

First Year

  • Introduction to economics and mathematic tools
  • Analysis of economic information
  • Introduction to management
  • History of economic thought
  • Economics, social sciences and Humanities
  • Communication and professional insertion tools 1 (IT, English)
  • Market economics and mathematic tools
  • Macroeconomy
  • Management 2
  • Introduction to law
  • Communication and professional insertion tools 2 (English, Methodology and document search)
  • Research methodology
  • Electives: international relations/ sports/language

Second Year

  • Economic policies
  • Public economics
  • Quantitative techniques of economy and management 1
  • General accounting
  • History of economic facts
  • Social and labour law
  • Personal project
  • Money and economy financing
  • Taxation
  • Quantitative techniques of economy and management 2
  • International economy
  • Introduction to business law
  • Elective course (U.E) to choose from: Languages, Sports, Bank & financial markets /Labor history
  • IT
  • English

Third Year

  • Econometrics
  • Accounting and financial management
  • European economy
  • Communication and professional insertion tools 5 (English, Interview and skills assessment techniques)
  • Business Criminal Law or Health Economics
  • English
  • Interview & assessment techniques
  • Intermediate marketing management (management 3)
  • Industrial economy and competition law
  • Economics of organisation
  • European institutions
  • Communication and professional insertion tools 6 (English)
  • Electives: history of labour/sports/ language
To be eligible for this Bachelor’s degree, students must have the following:

  • French Baccalaureate with a minimum final average of 12/20 or High School Diploma with a minimum 80% average (or equivalent)*
  • Applicants should possess a good level of mathematics in their high school results
  • French Aptitude Certificate: minimum score of B2 level (accepted certificates: DU issued by Sorbonne University, DELF, TEF, TCF and SELFEE). Students with a French Baccalaureate are exempted from the language proficiency exam**

* Students not meeting this requirement may be accepted following a review of high school subject results, supporting exams score and a student’s personal statement.

** Students not meeting the required French Aptitude Certificate will be admitted conditionally in the programme, and enrolled in the Foundation Year in Intensive French. Upon its successful completion, they will be admitted into the bachelor degree programme.

Other Countries Education’s Systems

Conditions apply on other foreign curriculums according to the admission’s policy set by Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi. Please contact the Student Recruitment office by email: admissions@sorbonne.ae for more details.

•    Programme tuition fees (over 3 years):
AED 215,100 (approximately US$ 58,615)
•    Payment of fees:
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Scholarships*

HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Scholarship for Emirati students

Admitted Emirati nationals and children of Emirati mothers’ are awarded a full scholarship covering tuition and study related fees for their Bachelor Programmes (and Foundation year, if any)

Current high school students may apply through NAPO, whereas the graduates of previous years can apply on the Apply Now page.

Academic Excellence Scholarships (for the 1st semester of enrolment)

• 15% scholarship on tuition for the 1st semester of joining

New joiners with excellent academic results in high school are eligible following the below criteria. Starting from the second semester, they can apply for the 25%-75% academic excellence scholarship scheme.

  • Government schools: 90% in the advanced stream, or 95% in the general stream.
  • American system: CGPA of 3.6 out of 4.0 or minimum average of 90%.
  • British system: “A” grade or higher in three “AS-Level” subjects or “A” in the equivalent “A-Level” Subjects, plus “B” grade or higher in six O level subjects.
  • SABIS: minimum average of 85%.
  • International Baccalaureate: IB diploma with minimum score of 5 out of 7 in all courses – three of those subjects must be higher-level courses.
  • French Baccalaureate: minimum average of 14 out of 20.

Academic Excellence Scholarship (starting from the 2nd semester of enrolment)

• 25%-75% Academic Excellence Scholarship

Based on the academic results obtained during the previous semester at SUAD, students are eligible to the academic excellence scholarship granted semester by semester. The scholarship scheme is progressive (25% to 75% and the minimum average grade to be eligible is 12/20. A specific scholarship is available for the 2nd semester of the Foundation Year. For more information, please contact admissions@sorbonne.ae

Other Scholarships

10% French Curriculum Schools Scholarship for the 1st semester of enrolment

Students holding a French baccalaureate obtained in one of the GCC countries are eligible for a 10% discount for their first semester. Starting from the second semester, they can apply for the 25%-75% academic excellence scholarship scheme.

Sponsored scholarships

Total, Chalhoub and Ardian Foundation, offer specific scholarships based on academic excellence and/or financial circumstances to selected students.

The deadline for submitting an application is communicated by University email each semester to all enrolled students. Applications are submitted via the online application form. Incomplete and late applications will not be assessed.

Scholarships can’t be combined. For more information, please contact admissions@sorbonne.ae

Preferential rate: 10% Family discount

Students who have a first-degree relative currently enrolled in an undergraduate or a postgraduate programme are eligible for a 10% discount.

*Conditions apply

For more information, please contact:

The Career Centre
Tel: +971 (0) 2 656 9104/9342
Email: careercentre@sorbonne.ae