Duration: 3 intensive weeks in the summer
Language: Entirely in English
Certificates & Credits:
6 ECTS or
3 Intl credits
Location: Nice Campus, French Riviera
Start Date: from 15th June to 3rd July 2020
EDHEC benefits from an extensive business network throughout France and Europe with companies and consultants who hire our students and provide professors with action research topics at the heart of our learning model. Excursions are planned to take advantage of local partnerships on the French Riviera and programme themes are woven into the numerous question/answer possibilities afforded during these special up-close business visits.
> Welcome & farewell gatherings
> One gastronomic experience
> Food tourism (may include visits to olive oil mills, goat cheese dairy and farm, etc.)
> Guided city tour of Grasse with perfume factory and old town
> Business Tourism
> Bicycle tour
The list of events are subject to change in 2020, the confirmed list will be available upon arrival at EDHEC.
“Globalising Europe” allows participants to take a panoramic view of international business European-style while considering the process of globalization from a world perspective. The programme is aimed at master level students in management who are interested in developing their critical thinking skills especially in the context of corporate strategy. Partnering with international firms located in the south of France who provide problem-solving tasks to stimulate creativity, the programme takes an action-research approach so that our corporate partners and students benefit from a completely unique experience in sharing views on international business strategy in the 21st century. Drawing from key reading and cases plus field trips and corporate interviews, the programme also provides a deep dive into European Community issues for businesses, family businesses in Europe and business models common to Western European nations."
— Professor Anne E. Witte
The EDHEC Summer learning expedition will examine topics of key interest to business and economics students unfamiliar with European institutions, nations and the particular problems presented in constructing a European Union and at the same time, globalising enterprises outside that union. Three focus courses acquaint participants with European business, economic challenges and the larger political and cultural framework that encapsulates the EEC.
Our teaching methods are aimed to give you the core competencies necessary to compete in a complex and competitive business environment. You will learn to deepen your analytical thinking, develop practical skills, and design creative strategies for business success.
Our methodology includes:
♦ Core curriculum
Embraces the latest technology
Responds to trends in the market
Co-developed with leading business partners
♦ Blended learning
♦ Applied learning
♦ Personal performance coaching
Intercultural communication skills
*Tuition fees are waived for students nominated by EDHEC’s partner universities and who participate in the summer course as part of the general exchange agreement. These students only pay the Service fees.
Payment of course fees must be received to confirm registration to the summer course and to receive the enrolment letter, accommodation contacts and any documents eventually required to obtain the student visa.
Students not attending the entire course can receive a certificate of attendance, but no credit transfer will be made available.
Deadline for receiving application file: May 15, 2020.
Course starting from 15th June to 3rd July 2020
Summer course participants will be guided and assisted by EDHEC’s International Relations Office. Full information on accommodation, arrival, campus facilities, and schedules can be found on our website.
Participants will have access to all campus facilities including:
A PERFECT DESTINATION FOR A SUMMER PROGRAMME
The Provence-Alpes Côte d’Azur region in France (French Riviera) bordering on Monaco is an ideal location for an academic and cultural summer learning expedition offering sea and mountain escapes, a warm climate and an internationally reputed cuisine.
A favourite tourist destination for Europeans, the south of France has been innovative in creating leisure and lifestyle offers for the occasional visitor as well as for permanent residents. The Nice airport is the second largest international airport in France with direct links to most capital cities worldwide.
Registered participants will receive a list of different types of accommodation available near the campus; students are free to use social media to inquire about typical prices and availability.
You might have many more questions; we will certainly do our utmost to answer them. Please don't hesitate to contact us.