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EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
‘MBA 2011-13’
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE
November 30, 2011
MAKE THE WORLD YOUR CLASSROOM.
ENHANCE YOUR SU EDUCATION BY GOING ABROAD. ENRICH
YOUR LIFE, INCREASE YOUR CAREER POTENTIAL, PREPARE
YOURSELF FOR CITIZENSHIP IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY.
TOP 10 REASONS TO TAKE PART: EXCHANGE BENEFITS
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Stand out in the job market – a great addition to your CV
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Return more motivated, independent and confident
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Chance to have your tuition fees waived
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It counts towards your degree - if you go trough Exchange Agreement
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Learn a range of life-skills not taught in the lecture theatre
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Access a wider range of subject areas than at SU
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Improve your language skills
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Gain an international network of friends
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Discover a different culture and gain an international perspective
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It’s really good fun! 
AGENDA:
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Administrative Structure- Who are we?
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Exchange Programs @ SU
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Application, Placement and Post-Selection Procedure
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Agreements
WHO ARE WE?
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Exchange programs are coordinated by the International Relations Office.
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International Relations Office:
 E. Burak Arıkan (IRO Coordinator)
 Evrim Güngör
 Seda Sözügeçer & Nursen Karamahmut
Responsibles for Outgoing Students
SU RANKED NUMBER ONE UNIVERSITY IN TURKEY
IN TERMS OF OUTGOING AND INCOMING STUDENT RATIO
160
140
143
140
120
102
100
102
80
80
Outgoing Students
60
60
42
40
20
12
0
140
119
120
109
92
100
Incoming Students
80
57
60
40
40
20
0
2
11
20
56
Application, Selection and Post-Selection
Procedure
Requirements for Exchange Program Applications
The applicant must have:
• language proficiency on the language of instruction in the destination country.
(some partners require TOEFL or IELTS score, please check it before you apply..)
• no balance or responsibilities due to Sabancı University
Application, Selection and Post-Selection
Procedure
APPLICATION PERIOD: December 5 - 30, 2011
DEADLINE: December 30, 2011 until 24:00
APPLICATION STEPS:
• Online application form:
http://www.sabanciuniv.edu/exchange/applications/outgoing/app_form.html
•Financial Commitment Document
***This document can be found both in Turkish and English attached to Application Announcement email.
Financial commitment document should be delivered us by hand or fax no later than December 30 (Friday) until 17:00.
(Fax No: 0 216 483 9715 )
Application, Selection and Post-Selection
Procedure
Please make sure that:
•You are eligible to apply for exchange
• Apply in time and deliver Financial Commitment document to IRO
• Carefully review the information regarding partner universities before
your application
Application, Selection and Post-Selection Procedure
POST-SELECTION
• Confirmation of Participation Form should be delivered to IRO to confirm your place.
• Then you will be nominated to the partner school by IRO.
• Partner School Application Procedure should be followed by you Acceptance Letter
• Visa application (Visa procedure might take from 4 days to 4 months: Apply in advance!)
• Learning Agreement should be delivered to IRO by given deadline.
 Learning Agreement The main process of the Exchange programme: Written contract between 3
parties: You, SU and host university.
LA’s should be prepared with the support of academic advisor in order to guarantee academic recognition
and credit/grade transfer of exchange courses. (Your academic advisor : Burçin Bozkaya)
•Travel Health Insurance (Compulsory)
*** There will be another information session which will be conducted by IRO after your placement.
GO ON EXCHANGE NEXT SUMMER
EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS
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University of Florida (Gainesville, FL, USA)
Babson College (Babson Park, MA, USA)
Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA,USA)
Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Leipzig Graduate School of Business (Saxony,Germany)
ESCP Europe- Paris (Paris, France)
ALBA Graduate Business School (Athens, Greece)
Universität Duisburg-Essen (Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
EM Lyon (Lyon, France)
National University Singapore (Kent Ridge, Singapore)
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
EXCHANGE AGREEMENT
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Tuition fee waiver
Applications are submitted
through IRO by filling in the
online application form. Once
you are selected and you confirm
your place by delivering related
document you will be nominated
to partner school by IRO.
Before you go on exchange
through Learning Agreement you
guarantee academic recognition
and credit/grade transfer of your
exchange courses.
SU credits are determined on the
LA . Once your exchange
transcript is received courses are
counted based on your LA.
SUMMER SCHOOLS
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You should pay tuition/course fee
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Conduct application process with
partner school directly..
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Apply personally !
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The courses that you will take on
exchange will be counted as ‘T’
grades in the SU system by your
faculty. (Your credits will be
counted but your grades will not
effect your GPA)
Min B grade is required
EXCHANGE PARTNERS
I) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (USA)
Website: http://www.ufl.edu
UFL Graduate business exchange student website is:
http://warrington.ufl.edu/academics/maib/international/index.
asp. On this website you can find information about our
course offerings, past course syllabi and campus resources.
UF International Center website is:
http://www.ufic.ufl.edu/sas/InboundStudents/ExchangeStude
nts.html. Here you will find more information about the
application process.
Application Deadline for Summer Term: February 1
https://secure.warrington.ufl.edu/GradCourseSched_PublicView/View
PublicSchedule.aspx?t5=20115&pgm=Exchange%20Student&pid=22
Summer 2011 (Summer Session B):
DATES OF SUMMER COURSE:
6/27/2011 - 8/5/2011 (Approximately 5 weeks)
I) University of Florida (uSA)
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Which courses did previous students take @ UF ?
Fundamental International Business (2 SU credits)
Professional Communication (2 SU credits)
Professional Writing (1 SU credit)
Strategic Management (3 SU credits))
Advanced Marketing (2 SU credits))
Project Analysis (2 SU credits))
Sustainability in Global Business (1,5 SU credits))
Gatornest Consulting Project (1,5 SU credits))
Entrepreneurial Consulting Project (2 SU credits)
I) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (USA)
Average Montly Expenses:
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Your Contacts at UFL:
Lyn Straka
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Accommodation: Approximately
$400/monthly
$1743-$1873 /semester (Weaver
Hall)App. 460/month
Health Insurance: $ 150- $ 200
Books + Others: $ 250/month
Food: $1500/semester ($375
/month)
Total: $ 1200-1300 / month
In previous years: $ 2000 +
Transportation: $ 1000
Presentation:
http://warrington.ufl.edu/academi
cs/maib/docs/presentation_UFWC
BA.pdf
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Exchange Co-Ordinator
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PH: 352-273-1510
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Fax: 352-392-6782
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www.ufic.ufl.edu
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UF International Center
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P. O. Box 113225
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University of Florida
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Gainesville, FL 32611-3225
Elizabeth Humberstone
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Associate Director of MAInternational Business
[email protected]
on.ufl.edu
I) University of Florida (uSA)
ACCOMMODATION
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http://www.cba.ufl.edu/academics/maib/docs/intl_FactSheetWarringtonMasterPrograms.pdf
A lot of choices ( on campus and out of campus)
International Center at UF informs after acceptance
USEFUL LINKS:
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www.housing.ufl.edu/AIE/AIE_weaver.html International Dormitory (on
campus)
Non-UF services commonly used by students:
www.apartmenthunters.com Apartment Hunters
www.sublet.com Subleases
www.roommates.com Roommates
www.alligator.org Alligator (student newspaper) Classifieds
www.gainesvilleapartmentandcondoguide.com/ Apartments and
condominiums
II) BABSON COLLEGE (USA)
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Website:
www.babson.edu
www.babson.edu/gps (Global Program Services)
Graduate Exchange Program Information Sheet 2011-12:
http://educationabroad.babson.edu/_customtags/ct_FileRetriev
e.cfm?File_ID=0F0F4E727370747675030669020204071578040805
140872050600060605740A730E76037707
Getting Started and Application Phase:
http://educationabroad.babson.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Abr
oad.ViewLink&Parent_ID=D5CC60D8-5056-A2129452F33C4736065D&Link_ID=061A31F0-5056-A212947A5D9AC20AB5FD
Application Deadline: March 1
Summer Term:
May 21 – August 20 (Graduate Summer Session II )*One term
lasts approximately 5 weeks and exact dates will be
announced soon on their website.
http://www.babson.edu/offices-services/registrar/academiccalendar/Pages/2011-2012.aspx
II) BABSON COLLEGE (USA)
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Application Requirement:
Minimum one-year professional experience
Which courses did previous SU students take @
Babson College?
•Buying a Small Business; 1.5 SU credits
•21st Century Entrepreneurship; 1.5 SU credits
•Managing Operations; 3.0 SU credits
•Computing on Analytics; 1.5 SU credits
II) Babson College (USA)
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Courses
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To see course list given in Summer Term II please click here:
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https://fusionmx.babson.edu/CourseListing/
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2012 summer course list will be announced soon on the website.
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Admission Requirements
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Students must meet the eligibility requirements of their home institution
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Students must have completed at least one year of core business courses prior to
participation
Proficiency in English: TOEFL score that is at least equivalent to 550 (paper), 213
(computer), or 79-80 (internet)
Additional Requirement for Graduate Exchange Students:
At least two years of full-time, post-graduate work experience is strongly
recommended prior to participation
II) BABSON COLLEGE (USA)
COST AND EXPENSES:
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Accommodation: $ 5,427/semester,
apprx. $1507/month
If stayed with homemate: $
600/month
Food: $2217/semester ($615
/month)
Book + Others: $ 1235/semester
($ 343 /month)
Transportation: $ 1250/semester
($ 347 /month)
Other: $ 1250/semester ($ 347
/month)
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Your Contacts at Babson:
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Heather Fishman
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In Total: $ 2000- $ 3159/month
(approximately)
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Education Abroad Program
Administrator, Office of
International Programs | Babson
College, 231 Forest Street |
Hollister Hall | Babson Park, MA
02457-0310 USA, T: +1.781.239.4566
| F: +1.781.239.5232
[email protected] |
www.babson.edu/OIP/exchange
SAMANTHA J. COOPER
Education Abroad Advisor Babson
College|Glavin Office of
International Programs |Hollister
Hall | 231 Forest Street | Babson
Park, MA 02457 Tel: (781) 239-4273
| Fax: (781) 239-5232 |
Email: [email protected] |
II) BABSON COLLEGE (USA)
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Housing
MBA exchange students are not guaranteed housing, however the Office of Campus Life
does its best to place graduate exchange students in Babson’s graduate housing when space is
available. All graduate students interested in living on campus are encouraged to submit a
Graduate Student Housing Application. When available, Graduate Housing is typically in the
form of studio or one-bedroom apartments. More information on Graduate Housing can be
found on the Residential Life’s website at http://www.babson.edu/graduate/student-life/livingand-learning/housing/Pages/default.aspx. Please note that the College does not investigate or
endorse any off-campus housing, and living off-campus may require the need to secure
independent transportation to/from campus as public transportation options are not readily
available. (More information can be found in the fact-sheet..)
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USEFUL LINKS:
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www.bostonapartments.com
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www.bostonroommates.com
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www.craigslist.com
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www.boston.com (click on real estate)
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www.homefind.com
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http://blackboard.babson.edu. (Babson’s electronic message board)
III) PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY(USA)
Website: http://www.pepperdine.edu/
http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/globalprograms/es/
Session A: May 3– June 16
Session B: June 27 – August 4
APPLICATION:
Application form & Instructions:
http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/globalprograms/es/exchan
geapply.htm
Application Deadline to PU: March 1, 2012
Academic Calendar:
http://community.pepperdine.edu/graziadio/fulltime/inco
ming/intended/
Fact Sheet:
http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/globalprograms/content/F
actSheet.pdf
Resources for International Students:
http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/globalprograms/is/
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Which courses did previous students take @
Pepperdine ?
Contemp.Issues in Business (2 SU credits)
Business to Business Mrktg(2 SU credits)
Leadership&Org.Success (2 SU credits)
III) PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY(USA)
EXPENSES:
*Books + Other: $1,000 / Semester
*Malibu Graduate Business Fee: $40 per term (Mandatory for
exchange & double degree students)
ACCOMMODATION: $ 7500 / Semester (Apprx. $1500/month)
http://services.pepperdine.edu/housing/information/
YOUR CONTACT:
Alisa Lopez,Global Programs Director (Global Programs Office), Graziadio School of Business
and Management
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Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Drescher Campus, Malibu,
CA 90263 USA
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[email protected]
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Phone: (310)506-4069
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Fax: (310)506-7577
III) PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY(USA)
MORE THAN A CLASSROOM..
HTTP://SEAVER.PEPPERDINE.EDU/STUDENTLIFE/
IV) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
Dates: June 23 –August 3 2012 (6 week Summer School (5+1))
Application deadline:
Students can apply from the middle of February (the date is not yet final
though.)
Website:
http://www.cbs.dk/summer
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/summer_university
Maksimum 2 courses can be taken ( 15 ECTS in total)
ISUP 2011 Courses:
http://www.cbs.dk/en/CBS-International/Summer-University/ISUPCourses/Menu/Courses
Application Procedure:
http://www.cbs.dk/en/CBS-International/Summer-University/ISUPStudents/International-students/Menu/Application
IV) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
USEFUL LINKS:
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Website:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/summer_u
niversity
Application Process:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/prospectiv
e_isup_students/application_process
Accommodation:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/accommodation/summer_unive
rsity_students
Courses
The course catalogue for 2012 will be published on
http://www.cbs.dk/en/CBS-International/Summer-University/ISUPCourses/Menu/Courses in late December before Christmas.
Frequently Asked Questions:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/prospectiv
e_isup_students/information_faq
COSTS
CONTACT
Tuition fee per 3500-5200
course
DKK
Accommodati
on
DKK 6000 –
1400
Personal
Expenses
DKK 4000
Books and
education
materials
DKK 500 1500
Your contact at CBS:
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Transportation DKK 465
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Anette Hove Cox, Inbound Team
Manager
Advisor - Incoming
Undergraduates
Copenhagen Business School
The International Office
Porcelaenshaven 26
DK-2000 Frederiksberg
Phone: +45 3815 3006
Fax: +45 3815 3825
[email protected]
IV) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
HTTP://WWW.CBS.DK/CBS_INTERNATIONAL/SUMMER_UNIVERSITY/ISUP_STUDENTS/INTERNATIONAL_STUDENTS/MEN
U/INFORMATION_FAQ#COSTS
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Does it cost money to participate?
Nominated Exchange students: Students nominated by a CBS partner university don't pay tuition fee for
participating in ISUP.
European Freemovers: Students from the EU/EEA pay the same rate as Danish Open University Students: the
current price is 1750 DKK per 7.5 ECTS on undergraduate level and 3500 DKK per 7.5 ECTS on graduate level
(except for electives under MSc in Business Administration and Computer Science for which the price is 5200 DKK
per 7.5 ECTS). In order to qualify for this option, students must have a citizenship or a permanent residence permit
to an EU/EEA country.
Non-European Freemovers: Students from outside the EU/EEA, who are not nominated by a CBS partner
university, have to apply for ISUP as a Non-European Freemover. The cost of the program is 2375 EUR (approx.
17,700 DKK) for two undergraduate courses and 3125 EUR (approx. 23,200 DKK) for two graduate courses.
Students only participating in one three-week intensive graduate course must pay 1565 EUR (approx. 11,660 DKK).
What else should I know about the program costs as a Non-European Freemover? Non-European
Freemovers must pay a non-refundable application fee of 800DKK when applying for ISUP. You will have to pay
the application fee through our webshop . If you are admitted to ISUP the remainder of the tuition fee (i.e. minus
the 800DKK) must be paid by international bank transfer in Danish Crowns at the current market rate. We will
send further information on this with your Admission Packet. In case the courses you have applied for are not
established and you do not wish to sign up for another alternative course, then a full refund will be given minus the
800DKK application fee.
WHAT DID FORMER SU STUDENTS TAKE AT
COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL?
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Marketing Decision Models ( 3 SU
Credits)
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Entrepreneurship ( 3 SU Credits)
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International HRM ( 3 SU Credits)
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Strategic Leadership ( 3 SU Credits)
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International Leadership ( 3 SU
Credits)
Interntl.Monetary Econ. CMSU9A ( 3
SU Credits)
V. LEIPZIG GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Website: http://www.hhl.de/nc/en/
Exchange programmes: http://www.hhl.de/en/discover-hhl/internationalrelations/incoming-students/
Session II: July 9- 21, 2012
Details of Summer Term wwill be announced for 2012 on the below
website.
Courses:
http://www.hhl.de/fileadmin/AB/Ibez/Download/ects1011/schedule1011.h
tm
Academic Calendar:
http://www.hhl.de/en/discover-hhl/students/exchange-students/academiccalendar/
Application Deadline: Approximately end of February
( Four months prior to the requested start of the exchange period )
Online application:
http://www.hhl.de/en/discover-hhl/international-relations/summerprograms/apply-here/
V. LEIPZIG GRADUATE SCHOOL
BUSINESS
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Approximate living costs
• Housing: around 200 – 300 Euro per
month
• Meals: lunch for students in the cafeteria
between 1.50 and 3.00 Euro
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• Textbooks: around 70 Euro for the term
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• Entertainment: highly variable
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• Student union fee: 92 Euro for the
semester
(includes public transportation in Leipzig)
Total: around 670 Euro per month,
financial proof is requested
(according to the German Foreigners Act)
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Your contact:
Sophie Schnick, Assistant
Director International
Relations
Tel: +49 341 9851-709
Fax: +49 341 9851-810
E-mail:
[email protected]
VI. ESCP EUROPE (PARIS)
Website: http://www.escpeurope.eu/
Session: 4 June 2012 - 13 July 2012
(Tentative dates: 5 weeks + 1 week for final
exams)
Key Facts:
http://www.escpeurope.eu/escp-europe/key-facts-escp-europe/studentsand-programmes-escp-europe-business-school/
Courses: 15 course oppurtunities,
Right to register 3 courses
Application:
Application Deadline: End of February
VI. ESCP EUROPE (PARIS)
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Most courses are in English. There are full
courses and half courses.
A full course = 30 contact hours = 5 ECTS
A half course = 15 contact hours = 2,5
ECTS
Students may choose to attend the
equivalent of 3 full courses (90 contact
hours maximum)
Courses will take place twice a week in 3
hours sessions each.
http://www.escpeurope.eu/escp-europeprogrammes/master-inmanagement/course-content/syllabusmaster-in-management-grande-ecole-escpeurope/
Prerequisites : Depend on the course.
Students interested in taking Finance
courses should already have some
background in finance.
Exchange students must register for their
courses online (through the school
intranet). Detailed dates for online
registration will be provided as when
available.
VI. ESCP EUROPE (PARIS)
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Housing Possibilities
ESCP EUROPE has no accommodation on-campus. However, the school has an
agreement with a student residence called “Le Vivaldi”. The Residence is about 35
minutes away by metro and there is a direct bus from the residence to the school
which takes about 25 minutes. Rent is about 713 euros for a 20 sq meter studio and
597 euros for a 19 sq meter studette (all equipped with a bathroom and a small
kitchen). Rent includes electricity, water and heating. Students need to buy their
own dishes and linen.
Students can also apply for accommodation at the Cité Universitaire
Internationale:www.ciup.fr
They can also choose to look for a private flat. However they should be aware that it
is very difficult to find a flat in Paris for a short term rental.
Students can regularly check for accommodation ads published on the school
intranet.
Your contact :
Nathalie Royer Incoming Students Coordinator and Erasmus Coordinator ESCP
Europe 79 Avenue de la République, 75543 Paris cedex 11, France Phone : +33 1 49
23 20 20 Fax : +33 1 49 23 21 00 Email: [email protected]
http://www.escpeurope.eu
VII. ALBA GRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL
(GREECE)
Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
http://www.alba.edu.gr/Academic/mba/pages/courseDesc
riptions.aspx#310
ALBA’s study period and program details will be
announced soon on IRO website:
http://iro.sabanciuniv.edu/partners/erasmus/alba
VII. ALBA GRADUATE BUSINESS
SCHOOL (GREECE)
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Download your ALBA brochure
http://www.alba.edu.gr/Pages/GetBroch
ure.aspx
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Study Period:
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Will be announced for 2012
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Application Deadline: Students may
apply two months prior to any period
(for longer visits) and one month prior
to any short course.
Students will have to purchase
these course books:
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The Politics of Ethics: Methods
for Acting, Learning, and
Sometimes Fighting With Others
in Addressing Ethics Problems in
Organizational Life, The Ruffin
Series in Business Ethics,
Richard P. Nielsen.
They can be purchased either
from Amazon.com or from
BookDepository.com.
The remaining material will be
provided by ALBA.
EXCHANGE + SUMMER SCHOOL:
VIII) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
Website: http://www.uni-due.de
Mercator School of Management website:
http://www.msm.uni-due.de/index.php?id=226&L=1
Summer School : http://www.msm.uni-due.de/index.php?id=3759
Application Deadline: March 23, 2012
Graduate Business Summer Term- May 29 – June 29, 2012
Tuition fee :
1.950 € (with waiver, housing incl.)
2.950 € (without waiver, housing incl.)
Program Structure: Courses, Company Visits, Language Training
Specials: Three-day trip to Berlin, including a visit to the German
parliament; sightseeing excursions; company visits
EXCHANGE (+ SUMMER SCHOOL )
VIII) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
COURSES:
The following business and economics courses will be offered in 2012
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Business: Strategic Human Resource Management, Marketing Strategies in Europe, Banking
and Corporate Finance in Europe
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Economics: European Economic Integration, European Currency Union and Financial Markets,
Comparative Managerial Behavior in Europe
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Language: German for Beginners
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Application Form:
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Admission Requirements:
http://www.msm.uni-due.de/BEST
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Good standing with home university
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Minimum TOEFL-Score (Non-native English-speakers): 79 IBT
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Academic Recommendation letter
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Language of Instruction:
English
EXCHANGE + SUMMER SCHOOL:
VIII) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
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Your Contact:
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Malte Cluck
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BEST - Business and Economics
Summer Term
Mercator School of Management
Duisburg-Essen University
Lotharstrasse 65, LB 147
47048 Duisburg, Germany
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Phone: +49-203-379-2759
Fax:
+49-203-379-1781
[email protected]
www.msm.uni-due.de/BEST
IX) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE
(EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)
Website :
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/corporate/index.aspx
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/graduate/summer_session_programme/index.aspx
Application Deadline for Personal Application:
Mid February 2012
Application form:
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/graduate/summer_session_programme/index.aspx
The whole Summer Session lasts 1 month from June 4 to June 29, 2012.
Summer School: European Business Environment / Entrepreneurship
modules:
Possibility to participate in 1 or 2 modules..
Workload: Summer School: 5 ECTS credits each module
AREAS OF STUDY AVAILABLE
Marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Strategy,
Organization, International Business, etc.
IX) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)

2011 Summer School

Programme Structure

Module 1: European Business Environment
From June 6 to July 1, 2011



Total ECTS: 5
This 2-week module will offer you the possibility to develop your understanding of European
Business Environment, it will give you the background knowledge needed to understand
Europe as a whole, thus underlining the common features of European Countries, but also
emphasizing a notable characteristic of Europe: its diversity.
Subjects covered:
> European Business System
> European Economic Integration
> European Competition Law
> European Social Responsability
> European Corporate Governance

Assessment: case studies, essays, viva voce presentations, written exams.

Pedagogical responsible: Fred Seidel


IX) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)








2011 Summer School
Module 2: Entrepreneurship: Global Issues & Local Opportunities
From June 20 to July 1, 2011
Total ECTS: 5
This 2-week module is devoted to entrepreneurship and will let you take advantage of the expertise of EMLYON
Business School professors, leaders in this field. This module will present the different entrepreneurial contexts and
help you to develop the necessary skills to navigate through venture creation, growth, social entrepreneurship, and
corporate entrepreneurship. Opportunity identification, opportunity evaluation, innovation, risk taking, team
building, and project leading are some of the topics you will discuss and develop inside and outside the classroom.
Subjects covered:
> Entrepreneurship in Europe
> Opportunity Identification and Evaluation
> Team Building
> Corporate Entrepreneurship
> Social Entrepreneurship
> Social Networks, Power, and Influence
During this module, a special emphasis will be given to class participation and group work. Also, you will be involved
in several activities designed to foster experiential learning while allowing you to make friends, discover the region,
and interact with our local entrepreneurs.
Assessment: class participation, case studies, peer evaluation and a specific group project on opportunity
identification.
Pedagogical responsible : Saulo D. Barbosa
IX) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)

Credits
(European Credit Transfer
System)
Whole programme = 10 ECTS

Your contacts:

Veronica POLLIO

Academic Partnership Officer

EMLYON Business School

[email protected]

Tel: (+33) 4.78.33.79.13
Sonia Campillo Garcia
+ 33 4 78 33 79 13
[email protected]
X. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
-Website: http://www.nus.edu.sg/
-Summer Terms:
7 May to 16 June or
18 June to 28 Jul
You can refer to the time table in the link to find out more about
courses offered in the past semesters during this summer
course.
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/TheNUSMBA/CurrentStudents/tabid/24
27/Default.aspx
Course schedule:
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/TheNUSMBA/CurrentStudents/tabid/24
27/Default.aspx
Application:
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/TheNUSMBA/CurrentStudents/Student
Exchange/IncomingStudents/Applicationprocedure/tabid/2433/d
efault.aspx
X. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE




Fact Sheet:
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/TheNUSMB
A/CurrentStudents/StudentExchange/
IncomingStudents/FactSheet/tabid/24
34/default.aspx
Students’ Experience:
http://bschool.nus.edu.sg/TheNUSMB
A/CurrentStudents/StudentExchange/
IncomingStudents/StudentsExperienc
es/tabid/2435/default.aspx
X. NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
Expenses:



Accommodation : $600 to $1,500

Services and Other: $80 to $100

Food: $300 to $400

Transportation : $20 to $150

Communication: From $30


Books and other ed. materials:
$30 to $100


Personal Expenses : $100 to $300

Your Contact :
Zahira Nawi (Ms) ::
Manager (MBA Student
Exchange)::
MBA Programmes Office ::
NUS Business School ::
Mochtar Riady Building,
Level 4, 15 Kent Ridge
Drive Singapore
119245 :: 65-6516 7848
(DID) :: 65-6872 4423(Fax)
[email protected] (E) ::
mba.nus.edu (W)
SUMMER SCHOOLS
SUMMER SCHOOLS
(PERSONAL APPLICATION REQUIRED !)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
International WU Summer University (ISU WU) (Vienna,
Austria)
Grenoble Graduate School of Business (Grenoble, France)
EM Lyon (Paris / France)
Universitaet Duisburg-Essen (Duisburg-Essen Germany)
Copenhagen Business School (Copenhagen /Denmark)
FUBiS - Freie Universitaet Berlin International Summer and
Winter University (Berlin,Germany)
National University of Singapore (Singapore)
I) INTERNATIONAL WU SUMMER
UNIVERSITY (ISU WU- AUSTRIA)
Website:
http://www.wu.ac.at/io/en/incoming/isuwuin
Application Deadline: March 30, 2012
To apply:
http://www.wu.ac.at/io/en/incomings/isuwien/application
JULY PROGRAM 2012
AUGUST PROGRAM 2012
Arrival* / Check-in
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Registration & Opening Ceremony
Monday, July 9
Monday, July 30
Classes (from - through)
Monday, July 9 - Thursday,
July 26
Monday, July 30 - Friday, August
17
Closing Ceremony & Award of Certificates
Thursday, July 26
Friday, August 17
Departure* / Check-out
Friday, July 27, 2012
Saturday, August 18, 2012
I) INTERNATIONAL WU SUMMER UNIVERSITY
(ISU WU- AUSTRIA)
There are no course preferences at the graduate program. Participants of
the graduate program may attend a German Course for Beginners at no extra
cost. Graduate program for 2012 summer terms will be announced.

Graduate Program
The three-week Graduate Program on International Management is taught
by highly qualified guest lecturers of WU partner universities with topics
changing on a weekly basis. This program totals 9 ECTS and is taught in the
mornings and afternoons. The language of instruction of the Graduate
Program is English.
Graduate Program, July 2009

International Management

International Marketing (1st week)

International Finance (2nd week)

Strategic Cost Management (3rd week)
Graduate Program, August 2009

International Management

International Marketing (1st week)

International Securitization Markets and the U.S. Subprime Crisis (2nd week)

Cross Cultural Management (3rd week)
I) INTERNATIONAL WU SUMMER UNIVERSITY
(ISU WU- AUSTRIA)
Tuition fee: 1930 € (Special fee for SU students will be announced once it is confirmed)
Coverage
The following services are included in the course fee:
•Tuition and certificate
•Books / textbooks and course materials
•Use of the WU library, PC labs and additional WU service facilities
•Accommodation in the students’ hall of residence
•Breakfast and lunch (Monday through Friday on lecture days)
•Public transportation ticket within Vienna for the time of the session
•Checklist before sending the application:
•http://www.wu.ac.at/io/en/incoming/isuwuin/isuwien_content/downloads/c
hecklist_2012
•Fact Sheet
•http://www.wu.ac.at/io/en/incoming/isuwuin/isuwien_content/downloads/f
older_isuwu2012
II) GRENOBLE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
(FRANCE- SUMMER SCHOOL)
Website:
http://www.grenoble-em.com/577-international-summer-sessions-2.aspx
International Strategy/International Marketing - TRACK
May 13th - June 9th 2012
Two 36-hour courses - 6 US credit hours
Digital enterprise
International Strategy and geopolitics
French Language and Culture
International Business/Digital Marketing - TRACK
June 17th - July 14th 2012
Two 36-hour courses - 6 US credit hours
Digital Marketing
International Business
French Language and Culture
II) GRENOBLE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS (FRANCE - SUMMER SCHOOL)
CREDIT LOAD:
12 ECTS credits + 15 hours French course
(3 ECTS)






ACCOMMODATION:
http://www.grenobleem.com/default.aspx?rub=1182
TIPS BEFORE COMING:
http://www.grenobleem.com/default.aspx?rub=1184
KEY FACTS:
http://www.grenoble-em.com/277-keyfacts-and-figures-2.aspx
II) GRENOBLE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (FRANCE
- SUMMER SCHOOL)




All fees include tuition fees, shared accommodation
(both in Grenoble and Paris), the round trip train fare
to Paris and the following cultural events:
Welcome buffet at the summit of Grenoble at "La Bastille"
giving you an amazing view of the area
Mountain excursion including lunch (Chartreuse Distillery
and Indian Forest Park – the much appreciated ropes course)
A weekend in Paris with an open top bus tour of this beautiful
Capital city
An excursion to Annecy with a "savoyard" lunch and a visit to
a vineyard to taste the local products

Karting night out and challenge

Cooking classes so you too can master the local "cuisine"



Dinner with a France/USA association to encourage cultural
exchange
Farewell dinner and certificate awarding ceremony
at Sassenage Castle
Fees do not include:Insurance
Round trip air fare

Meals, except for those listed in the program


A 400 € administration fee (part of the total amount) will not
be refunded to participants canceling their participation.
Apply
before
EarlyBird
Fee
Apply
before
Fees
Apply
before
International
Strategy/International
Marketing
13/05/12-09/06/12
€ 3400
12/03/2012
International
Business/Digital
Marketing
17/06/12-14/07/12
€ 3400
16/04/2012
Fashion & Luxury
Marketing and
Entrepreneurship and
Small & Family
Business
17/06/12-14/07/12
€ 3400
16/04/2012
III) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+
SUMMER SCHOOL)
Website :
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/corporate/index.aspx
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/graduate/summer_session_programme/index.aspx
Application Deadline for Personal Application:
February 2012 (TBA)
Summer Session Fast Facts
Whole programme = 10 ECTS
The whole Summer Session :from June 4- to 29, 2012
It is composed of 2 modules.(Possibility to participate in one or 2 modules)
Entire programme: 1,900€*
One module: 950 €*
* Does not include accommodation, transportation, meals or personal expenses. Some extra
curriculum activities may require extra payment.
Application form:
http://www.em-lyon.com/english/graduate/summer_session_programme/index.aspx
III) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)

Programme Structure

Module 1: European Business Environment
From June 6 to July 1, 2011



Total ECTS: 5
This 2-week module will offer you the possibility to develop your understanding of European
Business Environment, it will give you the background knowledge needed to understand
Europe as a whole, thus underlining the common features of European Countries, but also
emphasizing a notable characteristic of Europe: its diversity.
Subjects covered:
> European Business System
> European Economic Integration
> European Competition Law
> European Social Responsability
> European Corporate Governance

Assessment: case studies, essays, viva voce presentations, written exams.

Pedagogical responsible: Fred Seidel



III) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)








Module 2: Entrepreneurship: Global Issues & Local Opportunities
From June 20 to July 1, 2011
Total ECTS: 5
This 2-week module is devoted to entrepreneurship and will let you take advantage of the expertise of EMLYON
Business School professors, leaders in this field. This module will present the different entrepreneurial contexts and
help you to develop the necessary skills to navigate through venture creation, growth, social entrepreneurship, and
corporate entrepreneurship. Opportunity identification, opportunity evaluation, innovation, risk taking, team
building, and project leading are some of the topics you will discuss and develop inside and outside the classroom.
Subjects covered:
> Entrepreneurship in Europe
> Opportunity Identification and Evaluation
> Team Building
> Corporate Entrepreneurship
> Social Entrepreneurship
> Social Networks, Power, and Influence
During this module, a special emphasis will be given to class participation and group work. Also, you will be involved
in several activities designed to foster experiential learning while allowing you to make friends, discover the region,
and interact with our local entrepreneurs.
Assessment: class participation, case studies, peer evaluation and a specific group project on opportunity
identification.
Pedagogical responsible : Saulo D. Barbosa
III) EM LYON- PARIS / FRANCE (EXCHANGE+ SUMMER SCHOOL)

Your contacts:

Veronica POLLIO

Academic Partnership Officer

EMLYON Business School

[email protected]

Tel: (+33) 4.78.33.79.13
Sonia Campillo Garcia
+ 33 4 78 33 79 13
[email protected]
VII. ALBA GRADUATE BUSINESS
SCHOOL (GREECE)




Download your ALBA brochure
http://www.alba.edu.gr/Pages/GetBroch
ure.aspx
Students will have to purchase
these course books:

Study Period:
will be announced by ALBA in the
following days.
Can be applied for ‘Tourist Visa’ to be at
ALBA on time. Tourist visa can be
taken in 7 to 10 days.


The Politics of Ethics: Methods
for Acting, Learning, and
Sometimes Fighting With Others
in Addressing Ethics Problems in
Organizational Life, The Ruffin
Series in Business Ethics,
Richard P. Nielsen.
They can be purchased either
from Amazon.com or from
BookDepository.com.
The remaining material will be
provided by ALBA.
EXCHANGE (+ SUMMER SCHOOL )
VIII) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
COURSES:
The following business and economics courses will be offered in 2012

Business: Strategic Human Resource Management, Marketing Strategies in Europe, Banking
and Corporate Finance in Europe

Economics: European Economic Integration, European Currency Union and Financial Markets,
Comparative Managerial Behavior in Europe

Language: German for Beginners

Application Form:

Admission Requirements:
http://www.msm.uni-due.de/BEST

Good standing with home university

Minimum TOEFL-Score (Non-native English-speakers): 79 IBT

Academic Recommendation letter

Language of Instruction:
English
EXCHANGE + SUMMER SCHOOL:
VIII) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN

Your Contact:

Malte Cluck


BEST - Business and Economics
Summer Term
Mercator School of Management
Duisburg-Essen University
Lotharstrasse 65, LB 147
47048 Duisburg, Germany


Phone: +49-203-379-2759
Fax:
+49-203-379-1781
[email protected]
www.msm.uni-due.de/BEST
EXCHANGE + SUMMER SCHOOL:
IV) UNIVERSITAET DUISBURG-ESSEN
Costs:
 2.950 € (without waiver, housing
incl.)

V) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
Dates: June 23 –August 3 2012 (6 week Summer School (5+1))
Application deadline:
Students can apply from the middle of February (the date is not yet
final though.)
Website:
http://www.cbs.dk/summer
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/summer_university
Maksimum 2 courses can be taken ( 15 ECTS in total)
ISUP 2011 Courses:
http://www.cbs.dk/en/CBS-International/Summer-University/ISUPCourses/Menu/Courses
Application Procedure:
http://www.cbs.dk/en/CBS-International/Summer-University/ISUPStudents/International-students/Menu/Application
V) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
USEFUL LINKS:




Website:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/summer_u
niversity
Application Process:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/prospectiv
e_isup_students/application_process
Accommodation:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/accommodation/summer_unive
rsity_students
Courses
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/prospective_i
sup_students/courses


Frequently Asked Questions:
http://www.cbs.dk/cbs_international/summer_university/prospectiv
e_isup_students/information_faq
COSTS
CONTACT
Tuition fee per 3500-5200
course
DKK
Accommodati
on
DKK 6000 –
1400
Personal
Expenses
DKK 4000
Books and
education
materials
DKK 500 1500
Your contact at CBS:



Transportation DKK 465





Anette Hove Cox, Inbound Team
Manager
Advisor - Incoming
Undergraduates
Copenhagen Business School
The International Office
Porcelaenshaven 26
DK-2000 Frederiksberg
Phone: +45 3815 3006
Fax: +45 3815 3825
V) COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL
(EXCHANGE + SUMMER)
HTTP://WWW.CBS.DK/CBS_INTERNATIONAL/SUMMER_UNIVERSITY/ISUP_STUDENTS/INTERNATIONAL_STUDENTS/MEN
U/INFORMATION_FAQ#COSTS




Does it cost money to participate?
Nominated Exchange students: Students nominated by
a CBS partner university don't pay tuition fee for
participating in ISUP.
European Freemovers: Students from the EU/EEA pay
the same rate as Danish Open University Students: the
current price is 1750 DKK per 7.5 ECTS on undergraduate
level and 3500 DKK per 7.5 ECTS on graduate level (except
for electives under MSc in Business Administration and
Computer Science for which the price is 5200 DKK per 7.5
ECTS). In order to qualify for this option, students must
have a citizenship or a permanent residence permit to an
EU/EEA country.
Non-European Freemovers: Students from outside the
EU/EEA, who are not nominated by a CBS partner
university, have to apply for ISUP as a Non-European
Freemover. The cost of the program is 2375 EUR (approx.
17,700 DKK) for two undergraduate courses and 3125 EUR
(approx. 23,200 DKK) for two graduate courses. Students
only participating in one three-week intensive graduate
course must pay 1565 EUR (approx. 11,660 DKK).

What else should I know about the
program costs as a Non-European
Freemover? Non-European Freemovers
must pay a non-refundable application
fee of 800DKK when applying for ISUP.
You will have to pay the application fee
through our webshop . If you are
admitted to ISUP the remainder of the
tuition fee (i.e. minus the 800DKK) must
be paid by international bank transfer in
Danish Crowns at the current market
rate. We will send further information on
this with your Admission Packet. In case
the courses you have applied for are not
established and you do not wish to sign
up for another alternative course, then a
full refund will be given minus the
800DKK application fee.
WHAT DID FORMER SU STUDENTS TAKE AT
COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL?
Marketing Decision
Models ( 3 SU Credits)
 Entrepreneurship ( 3 SU
Credits)
 International HRM ( 3
SU Credits)
 Strategic Leadership ( 3
SU Credits)

VI) FUBIS - FREIE UNIVERSITAET
BERLIN INTERNATIONAL SUMMER
AND WINTER UNIVERSITY
The participants can choose between German language classes
and/or subject classes (mostly held in English) on various topics.
You will find the entire course program at
http://www.fubis.org/en/prog/term_2/index.html.
Contact information for the students interested in:
Jessica Heyder
Communications
Freie Universität Berlin - International Summer and Winter
University FUBiS
Otto-von-Simson-Str. 26
14195 Berlin
Germany
Phone: +49 30 838 73 447
Fax: +49 30 838 73 442
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.fubis.org
Please note: There might be partial scholarship opportunity for FUBIS.Please request further information from
Jessica Heyder.
VI) FUBIS - FREIE UNIVERSITAET BERLIN
INTERNATIONAL SUMMER AND WINTER
UNIVERSITY




FUBiS term 2 2011:

Accommodation:
http://www.fubis.org/en/prog/term_2/index.ht
ml
FUBiS term 3 2011:
http://www.fubis.org/en/termine/fubistermine
_3_12.html

http://www.fubis.org/en/prog/termine/index.html
Download brochures:
http://www.fubis.org/doku/material/13_Good_Rea
sons_to_Study_Abroad_at_FUBiS.pdf
http://www.fubis.org/doku/material/fubis_infoflye
r_en_2012.pdf
http://www.fubis.org/doku/FAQ/Frequently_Aske
d_Questions_en_.pdf
http://www.fubis.org/en/unterbr/i
ndex.html
[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
EKİN AKYİĞİT COPENHAGEN BUSİNESS SCHOOL DENMARK
AKYİGİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
AHMET ERBEN COPENHAGEN BUSİNESS SCHOOL DENMARK
[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
ASLI AĞCA COPENHAGEN BUSİNESS SCHOOL DENMARK
ASLİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
MERT SEVİNÇ EM LYON FRANCE MERTSEVİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
YASİN YALÇINKAYA EM LYON FRANCE YYALCİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
YİĞİT CAN TUĞLU ESCP EUROPE FRANCE YİGİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
AKIN ALBAYRAK ESCP EUROPE FRANCE AKİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
ALTUĞ ASLANOĞLU ESCP EUROPE FRANCE [email protected]İUNİV.EDU
GÖKHAN BIYIK UNİVERSİTY OF PEPPERDİNE USA
GOKHANBİYİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
MUSTAFA ŞİRİN KAHYAOĞLU UNİVERSİTY OF PEPPERDİNE USA
[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
ARİF UYGAR DURAN UNİVERSİTY OF FLORİDA USA
ARİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
GÖKTÜRK OZAN UNİVERSİTY OF FLORİDA USA
[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
BİLLUR KAYADOR UNİVERSİTY OF FLORİDA USA
Bİ[email protected]İUNİV.EDU
EXCHANGE STUDENTS’CONTACT INFORMATION
( MBA / 2009-2010 SUMMER )
Name

School
Icacan University of Florida USA [email protected]
Cihan Gursoy University of Florida USA [email protected]
Huseyin
Beril
Ipek
Manisaligil Leipzig Graduate School of Business Germany [email protected]
Atalay ESCP Europe- Paris France [email protected]
Mine Beydag ESCP Europe- Paris France [email protected]
Koray
Kocer ESCP Europe- Paris France [email protected]
Emrah
Elif
Ozkoc Duisburg-Essen Germany [email protected]
Nihal Ates Universitat Duisburg-Essen Germany [email protected]
Shelly

Can Yener Pepperdine University USA [email protected]
Gunusen Pepperdine University USA [email protected]
Alperen

E-mail
Serife Tezcan University of Florida USA [email protected]
Birkan

Country
Renee Hilliard Universitat Duisburg-Essen Germany [email protected]
Olena Izhak Copenhagen Business School Denmark [email protected]
EXCHANGE STUDENTS’CONTACT INFORMATION
( MBA / 2009-2010 SUMMER )
Name
School
Gulum

E-mail
Tiryakioglu Copenhagen Business School Denmark [email protected]
Serkan
Nazli
Country
Ali Ak Copenhagen Business School Denmark [email protected]
Nisa Ozcan Copenhagen Business School Denmark [email protected]
Suzan Aslan Babson College USA [email protected].edu
Elif
Tekinel Babson College USA [email protected]
Anna
Fedotkina ALBA Greece [email protected]
Olcum
Batur ALBA Greece [email protected]
Duygu
Uluduz EMLYON Business School France [email protected]

Eser Yohay EMLYON Business School France [email protected]
ANY QUESTIONS..?
SEDA SÖZÜGEÇER
& NURSEN KARAMAHMUT
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE: FMAN 1162
TEL: 0216 483 9644 / 9627
E-MAIL: [email protected]
WEBSITE:
HTTP://MYWEB.SABANCIUNIV.EDU/IRO/
PARTNERS:
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