International Schools 

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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.

International Summer Schools in Porto 2019

Dear Students,

Greetings from Porto!

We are happy to send you attached all information regarding Católica Porto Business School International Summer Schools 2019 in:

=        Marketing Trends

=        International Ventures

Program dates: July 22 to August 2, 2019


Program Fee for students from Partner Universities*:

With Accommodation – 1050.5€ (Early bird)/1140.5€ (Normal)

Without Accommodation – 675€ (Early bird)/765€ (Normal)


ECTS - 4

*The program fee include: Materials, Social Activities and coffee breaks during morning classes.


Further information and online application:

We really hope we can welcome your students in July!

WFI International Summer School „Firms in Society“ 2019: Ingolstadt - July 29 - August 9, 2019 / Up to 10 ECTS points

Dear Students,

Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt offers first two  Kozminski students The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship, covering a 100% tuition waiver as well as a 500€ grant for travelling expenses!

WFI International Summer School „Firms in Society“ 2019: Ingolstadt - July 29 - August 9, 2019 / Up to 10 ECTS points

Students attend high-class courses on the role of firms in society, experience real world business insights with entrepreneurial champions, gain a deeper insight into German and especially Bavarian culture and visit famous Neuschwanstein Castle.

Part of the program are several firm visits (AUDI, LEDvance, Bauer Group, brigk). Prof. Jennifer Brown from the prestigious David Eccles School of Business will give a keynote on The Economics of (Mis)behavior.

The WFI Summer School focuses on Master students but each time we have accepted a few very good advanced Bachelor students. The required language level in English is B2. Students can obtain up to 10 ECTS points (4 modules at 2,5 ECTS points each).  The module descriptions of the summer school courses will be published in spring. The website contains details about all the aspects of the program, including student testimonials from participants of the summer school 2018.

ICN Business School Summer Program 2019

Summer Program 2019

Metz, Nancy, Nuremberg and Paris: at the heart of Europe


Dear Students,

If you are not the correct contact person for outgoing students at your university, we kindly ask that you forward this e-mail to the appropriate person.

We would like to draw your attention to the Undergraduate Summer Program that is held annually at ICN Business School. The 2019 edition will be held from June 3th to June 30th, 2019.


Fast Facts:

- 2 concentrations for students to choose from:

· European Management

· European Marketing & Management of Luxury

- 5 Mandatory modules with educational visits:

· European Institutions & French Perspectives

· Management & Business in Europe

· Design Thinking & Innovation

· German Economy & Perspectives on Business

· Geopolitics and Future Challenges


- 1 week on ICN’s campus in Nancy

- 3 days on ICN’s campus in Metz

- Trips to Brussels, Luxembourg and Munich

- Visits to European institutions

- 3 days in Stuttgart

- 1 week on ICN’s campus in Nuremberg, Germany

- 4 days in Paris

- 2 weekends free for travelling


- Students earn up to 10 ECTS credits

- Cost for exchange students: 3 000 Euros (including tuition, shared accommodation, meals from Monday to Friday, company visits, cultural visits, transportation during the program)

- Deadline for application: March 15th, 2019

- Contact:


You will find attached:

- Summer Program brochure

- application form

- tentative schedule

- short presentation

- poster

You can also watch the Summer Program promotional video.

LUISS Summer University Programs 2019 - Italy

Dear Students,

LUISS University would like to inform you about Summer programs for Bachelor students:

Summer Programs 2019:

  • Summer School Management “Made in Italy”: Food, Luxury, Fashion and Design; July 8th – 26th 2019, Rome. Includes prestigious company visits in various Italian locations

·         Summer School Euro-Mediterranean Trends. Society and Culture, Politics and Economics; July 8th – 26th 2019, Rome. Includes visits to several International Institutions

LUISS Summer University Programs are

  • an opportunity to choose among one week, two weeks or three weeks program;
  • a unique educational experience of intensive cross-disciplinary study focused on cutting-edge subjects;
  • faculty composed by leading scholars and representatives from a variety of national and international organizations, and senior executives from the private sector;
  • a learning by doing experience through guest lectures and company visits to companies and institutions;
  • a possibility to build cross cultural skills through a full immersion in an international environment

Regarding the Fees:

  • without accommodation: € 800 (per week)
  • With accommodation in one of LUISS residence halls, double room: € 1000 (per week)
  • With accommodation in one of LUISS residence halls, single room: € 1200 (per week)
  • 5 meals (either lunch or dinner) included: € 50 (per week)


25% tuition fee reduction for Partner universities students (by May 31st)


30% tuition fee reduction for Early bird applications (by April 1st)

Fees include:

  • Academic program
  • Experiential Learning
  • Guided tour and various cultural activities
  • Free shuttle bus among LUISS Campuses
  • Free medical service and 24-hour emergency phone
  • Reception and 24-hour security service in Campus and dorms
  • Access to the university's facilities (cafeteria, canteen, library, the Language Café)


More information: here