Since this track is based upon a student exchange agreement between Rikkyo and the partner institution, students only pay tuition to one university. If you apply to the MiB at Rikkyo and get accepted to the MiB-IDD track you will only pay tuition to Rikkyo and after two years of study graduate with degrees from both Rikkyo and the partner. Of course, partner institutions do charge IDD students some small compulsory fees for student union membership and insurance. When applying to this track students must successfully pass the admissions process at both Rikkyo University and the partner institution in order to gain admission and, complete the requirements of the programs at both Rikkyo University and the partner institution in order to be awarded both degrees.
In order to be admitted to this track you can either apply first to the MiB at Rikkyo and have your application lodged by Rikkyo at the partner institution, or apply for admission to a partner institution and from there have the partner lodge your application here at the MiB in Rikkyo. Either way, if successful, you will become a Rikkyo MiB student.
All partner institutions offer their own programs in English and their curriculum are coordinated with that of the MiB in order to ensure compatibility. Students wishing to gain overseas experience in two business environments – for instance that of Japan and France – find this track to be very attractive.