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Summer Schools abroad and other opportunities offered by our Partners in 2018

Last update: November 16, 2017

NTU Global Summer School 2018, Nottingham Trent University, July 9-August 3, 2018

Join our programme of two-week to four-week credit-bearing courses and exciting social events in the heart of the UK in summer 2018.

This is your chance to:

  • choose from a wide range of courses running between 9 July and 3 August
  • combine courses to develop your own programme of study
  • earn credits you might be able to apply to your studies back home
  • improve your grades and increase your knowledge in and around your chosen subject
  • be inspired by our gold standard teaching
  • study at the university awarded Modern University of the Year in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018 and voted best in the UK for international students in 2016
  • immerse yourself in a new culture and make friends from around the world
  • enjoy summer in a city famous for its history, music, sports and student-friendly nightlife
  • be supported by our student buddies

More information: click here.

Law and Business in the Globalizing World, Kozminski University, Warsaw, July 9-21, 2018

This program is designed for undergraduate and graduate level  students, who will be able to choose any course from their major – Law or Management/Finance a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 courses.

It is a 10 days intensive academic program,  including company visits and social activities. Participants will be able not only to get to know about Polish Economy, take part in the business and law oriented courses, but also sightsee the most important places of Warsaw.

 For more information, click here.

ISM Summer University in the Baltics, July 2-19, 2018, Vilnius

During the last six years the program proved to be successful having a nice mix of international students from Portugal, Chile, China, United States, Australia, Albania, Austria, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Netherlands, France, Sweden, South Korea and other countries.

This three week programme is taught in English and aimed at the undergraduate level students, however graduate students may attend as well.  In addition to lectures, it includes company visits and a sightseeing event with a weekend trip to the Baltic seaside among others.

 The courses offered in 2018 are as follows:

  • International Project Management (6ECTS)
  • International Business and Economics (6ECTS)
  • International Negotiations (6ECTS)
  • Corporate Finance (6ECTS)

For more information on the Summer University programme and courses please see its webpage

Purchasing Logistics with a Global Perspective, Jönköping University, June 4-29, 2018

Jönköping University offers a summer school at the undergraduate level in Purchasing Logistics with a Global Perspective equivalent to 10 ECTS credits. 

Students will have the opportunity to obtain credits and participate in social and cultural activities to discover and learn about Sweden and the Swedish culture. In addition students will participate in company visits at international well known Swedish companies such as IKEA and Husqvarna. They will benefit from a term abroad during their summer break with the possibility to gain valuable international experience.

More information: click here

International Summer Programme (ISUP), Copenhagen Business School, June 26-July 26, 2017

Join ISUP, one of Europe’s largest and oldest summer programmes, and experience exciting courses taught by brilliant faculty as well as the amazing spirit of wonderful Copenhagen. Be inspired by the international environment with participants from over 50 countries.

At ISUP you have the possibility to choose from more than 40 exciting courses ranging from classic business courses to more diverse, innovative and entrepreneurial courses, all taught in English. 

More information: click here

EDHEC Summer courses, Nice Campus, June 18-July 6, 2017

This intensive 6 ECTS credit exchange opportunity (3 international credits) offers two exciting programmes entirely taught in English:

 - Globalising Europe: gain insight into European business, institutions & economic challenges

- Leisure and Lifestyle: explore the leisure economy through companies in the region of Cannes, Nice & Monaco

The two programs have been designed to correspond to the social science level of both upper bachelor and master level students. Business and economics students at these different levels are exceptionally brought together in these modules to ensure maximum interdisciplinary and multicultural interaction.  The professors do take into consideration bachelor/master differences in conceptualizing group work and giving grades, but as the subject falls somewhat outside the typical business curriculum, we have not had any problem mixing cohorts.  Most students will fall within the ages of 22-28.  MBA students are likely to be older and although it is unlikely any individual MBA will be alone, they will probably have more business experience than the cohort average.  Please note that we will not accept any Bachelor level 1 or 2 student regardless of their work experience or academic excellence and we prefer Bachelor 3 and 4 students who have some work experience and a level of maturity allowing us offer master class type settings. 

More information, check the Summer courses website