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Other than a student exchange every student of Kozminski University can participate in international activities within the framework of partnerships with universities from around the world. We encourage KU students to take part in those events, as it is a great occasion to gain extra ECTS points, open yourself up to new experiences and meet new friends.
Below you can find updated information about short programs, courses and international schools organized by KU partners.
Kedge Business School would like to invite you to take part in International Summer School 2018. I’d also welcome you to take a look at our Kedge Summer School Website, which of course has all the relevant info, and Kedge International Summer School Video to any who may be interested.
This premium programme will be limited to only 24 students and is catered to more experienced (Master and above) students on fee paying basis, whereas the other programmes I detailed in my earlier message are all open on tuition-free exchange.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to attend a summer school? The new edition of the Solvay Summer School is here! It will be held from August 17th until August 26th 2018. It is an amazing opportunity for students to learn about Entrepreneurship, Economics & Finance, Business Law and to discover the beautiful city of Brussels!
The program allows students from all around the world to discover the heart of Europe, Brussels, while building up an international network. Aside from the learning experience, it is important to mention that the Solvay Summer School is organized by students for students.
Interested? Apply now to enjoy the early bird discount of up to €90 off and, if you are a member of partner university, you can benefit from an other €65 discount. https://solvay.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=1c8ca06cea48ab57e1ced9a6a&id=4c4732d2d8&e=490eff3ce5
Escuela Bancaria y Comercial in Mexico is pleased to announce its first international Summer Program in Merida, Yucatan. This fun and formative program is designed for students who want to have a multicultural experience combined with an intense academic Spanish language program.
In this 3-week program students will learn the language through Mexico’s traditions, cuisine, history and culture. With over 40 hours of in-class lectures at our new EBC Merida Campus students will learn the foundations of this romance language. The rest of the time, students will experience dozens of cultural activities that blend Mayan culture, unimaginable nature and multicultural student life.
When: July 2 to July 20, 2018
Where: EBC Merida Campus, Merida City, Yucatan Peninsula.
The program includes:
- Spanish course
- Cultural activities in Merida
- Day Trips in the Yucatan Peninsula
- Airport pickup service
- 2 meals per day (Monday to Friday)
- Welcome Kit
- Farewell party
- Airline tickets
- International Medical Insurance
- Personal expenses
· Regular Price: $1,500
· Partner University: $1,400
We believe this new program will spark a new desire for new and rich learning experiences in Mexico. We hope you can share this great opportunity with your students interested and they can apply before May 26, 2018.
Do not forget to visit the program’s website:
Greetings from Hong Kong Baptist University!
Following previous years’ success, we are going to organize our English-taught, credit-bearing HKBU Summer Programme 2018. The programme will run for a five-week period from 3 July to 3 August.
Altogether, more than 30 courses will be offered in the areas of Business, Communication, Economics, English, Film, Finance, History, Journalism, Marketing, Religion, Science and Sociology. Prospective summer exchange students can enjoy a wide selection of courses offered and should have an easy time finding courses that they would like to study.
Since this is a summer exchange programme, we will be interested in having students enrolled as exchange students. That means we will waive the tuition charges for the enrolled students, but will use the exchange numbers to offset the number of students that we will send out from HKBU as exchange students during the regular semester of studies. The formula we will use is that if two students that you will send in the summer to study on our campus for two courses for a total of six credit hours each, that will be counted as equivalent to providing space for an HKBU student to be sent back for a whole semester of study at your institution later. This summer exchange programme model will be a relatively low-cost alternative for students who are otherwise not available to join the regular exchange programme for various reasons.
Another nice feature about this programme is that we will have business visits and cultural activities built into the programme. Not only will students take regular credit-bearing courses on our campus, they can learn about the culture and business aspects of what Hong Kong can offer. And, the highlight of these activities is the chance to visit Macao scheduled midway through the one-month long programme.
An integrated classroom will maximize the opportunities for students to learn cross-culturally. Local students, Mainland students and international students will enroll and be integrated in these summer classrooms. Students in the programme will have the opportunity to learn different perspectives on the subject matter from one another inside these classrooms. Mixed groups of students will also be staying in on-campus residence halls to facilitate more interaction.
I invite you to check out this summer exchange programme. Application is due on 9 April 2018 (Monday). As this will be part of our exchange programme arrangement, no tuition fees will be charged and so the costs for students to join this programme are substantially reduced. Since the numbers will be charged towards the exchange balance, we will only accept interested students’ applications through your office with proper endorsement on their applications from your office.
This URL also provides all the details online https://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/summer-programmes/hkbu-summer-programme. Meanwhile, if I can help answer any questions that you may have regarding this programme, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greetings from Paris and IESEG School of Management!
I am pleased to inform you that applications are now open for both of the IESEG Summer programs. After a very successful edition in July 2017 with 120 participants from 26 countries, we are now looking forward for an even more exciting Summer 2018!
You will find below an information on the two summer opportunities which we will be offering in July 2018:
1) IESEG International Summer Academy (July 1-27) focuses on Global Business and Management and awards up to 12 ECTS. Students from all over the world with very diverse academic backgrounds enjoy every year IESEG’s academic excellence and French “art de vivre”. I am happy to confirm that your students will automatically benefit a 10% partner discount on the total program fee. Therefore the total program fee would be only 2871 euros (instead of 3190 euros) for the full program of 5 courses (72 contact hours, 8 ECTS) , an intensive French language course (30 contact hours, 4 ECTS), accommodation in single room, extracurricular activities etc. And 2385 euros (instead of 2650 euros) for students who do not want to sign up for the French language course.
2) International Fashion Business Summer Program (July 1-15) provides students with basic knowledge in all of the key areas associated with the fashion business including brand development and positioning, digital marketing, retail, advertising, and consumer behavior. The fee for this program is 2160 euros (instead of 2400) including courses, company visits and activities, as well as accommodation in single room and a public transportation pass.
Please note that in case you send 10 or more students we remove the administrative fee for each student and we offer the accommodation during one week for a coordinator from your university.
From 2007 on, each year about 30 students from all over the world come together at the University of Witten / Herdecke to create a joint stimulus for more sustainable business. The equal consideration of social, ecological and economic sustainability is of particular importance here. For a week, theories, methods and case studies are analyzed in various formats, perspectives and ideas are exchanged and reflected.
The eleventh oikos Winter School is titled BOTTOMs UP - TOPs DOWN? Sustainable Development Cooperation and will focus on sustainability in the non-governmental sector of development cooperation.
Development Cooperation is a much discussed topic and the image of it being dysfunctional is widespread. The allegations are manifold:
Corrupt elites are enriched by the cash flows of development cooperation. Western concepts are naively exported without satisfying the needs of the local population. Projects often benefit the so-called donor countries most, and development cooperation reinforces existing dependencies. In short: "Development aid is often a blind flight," says American economist and development aid critic William Easterly, co-director of the Institute for Development Research at New York University. Is this applicable ? Which approaches of development cooperation are more successful than others? What are the different motivations behind cooperations, and how do they affect the implementation of the projects? Are there specific strategies that can be chosen to make development cooperation more efficient and sustainable? We would like to discuss these issues at our conference.
If you want to know more read the attached document.
We would like to share some information with you about our 2018 Global Summer School (9th July - 3rd August), which is perfect for students who want to experience the best of teaching, international student experience, and the UK.
What does it include?
- a variety of 2 – 4 week credit bearing courses offering innovative ways of learning;
- a fun social programme and sightseeing activities in Nottingham and visits to other UK cities;
- optional accommodation designed especially for international students; and support of NTU Student Buddies and a dedicated coordinator.
Prices start from £990 for a two-week course tuition and the deadline to apply is 1 May 2018.
Discounts and package deals are available for groups of 6 or more students.
Please share this information with the students who may be interested and feel free to visit our website or email email@example.com any time for more information about the programme and packages.
2018International Summer School
Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics
From June 10th(Sunday) to June 23th(Saturday), 2018
At most 3 students for each partner university
1. JUFE funds this program. Each student only needs to pay 1,500RMB to cover off-campus expenses such as visiting tickets, off-campus meals, and hotel accommodation.
2. The round trip tickets between Nanchang city and home country should be bornebystudents.
10 students from JUFE;30 students from partner universities of JUFE
Please hand in the APPLICATION FORM before March30th, 2018
Coordinator: Jane HU, Office of International Cooperation and Exchange, JUFE
Tel:+8679183816369/ +8679183807960 Fax:+8679183807960
We are pleased to be hosting the seventh year of running of the HKUST International Summer Exchange Program (ISP) from 19 June to 13 August 2018. Similar to previous years, the program is open to our exchange partners only. ISP 2018 will continue to offer a wide range of credit-bearing courses and organize local excursions and activities for students to gain insight into the Asian culture.
Please find attached the 'ISP 2018 Information Sheet for Exchange Partners', which contains information on program features, application procedures, important dates, etc. We have also attached the 'ISP 2018 Nomination List' for your use. As there is an increasing demand for ISP spaces, we recommend you to confirm your nominations with us as early as possible. For business majors only, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the quota first before selecting and nominating students directly to ISP.
A package of ISP 2018 promotional materials is on the way to your office. Much appreciated if you could help disseminate information about our summer program to your students. For enquiries, please contact Miss Suki Chan of the Global Student Programs Office at email@example.com, or visit our website at http://studyabroad.ust.hk/isp.
International Winter School on Event and Destination Management
University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic & Lucerne School of Business, Lucerne, Switzerland
Save the date: 29.1. – 9.2.2018
We would like to bring to your attention the first International Winter School that takes place in Prague and Lucerne from January 29th to February 9th, 2018. We would be pleased to welcome Bachelor´s and Master´s students from all over the world.
The first week in Prague is focused on Event and Mega & Sports Event Management. Students have opportunities to meet with managers of companies such as Hilton hotels, MCI Group, Prague Convention Bureau, Czech Hockey Association. Main topics for the second week in Lucerne are Destination Management, Sustainability, National & International Business Cases where all lecturers are leading experts from the destination management world. Students can attend both or either one week. Please find detailed information in our Credit Point Recognition Fact Sheet.
For further information please visit Winter School website. Students of partner institutions can receive a fee reduction.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further inquiries.
We look forward to an exciting Winter School 2018 and send kind regards from Prague