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Exchange (Bilateral) Netherlands: Arnhem Business School, "Doing Business in Europe" Summer Program
Nijmegen, Netherlands (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Summer
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Summer 2021 03/15/2021 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
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Program Type:
Exchange (Bilateral)
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Language of Instruction:
English
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Housing Options:
Hotel/Hostel
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Minimum GPA:
2.5
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Class Standing:
Junior, Senior
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Areas of Study:
Accounting, Business, Finance, Management, Management Computer Systems, Marketing
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Target Language:
English
Program Description:
Program Description:

UW-W Exchange

Arnhem Business School
"Doing Business in Europe" Summer Program

 
Location Nijmegen, Netherlands
Academic Focus Business Curriculum 
Eligibility 2.5 GPA, Junior standing

(Sophomore students can be considered)
Terms Summer;
Summer 2019: June 23 - July 12
Language of Instruction English
Partner Website Click here
Arnhem

netherlands


During this three week summer program, taught in English, students will follow classes on ‘Doing Business in Europe’ and participate in interactive workshops that focus on skills and personal development.  This summer, there are TWO courses available.  Students cannot do both courses as they run parallel to each other.


Admission requirements

Our summer course is suitable for 2nd or 3rd year students of business and/or management related bachelor degree programs.

nijmegen


Academics

There are TWO summer modules running this summer (each worth 5 UWW credits; 75 contact hours) -
 
Supply Chain Management (NEW)
Students will combine theory and practice in tutorial-style classes and company visits in the field of supply chain management. In addition, they will learn about Dutch culture and the different cultures of their international classmates. Topics presented during the summer course, include:
 
  • European & global logistics
  • Maritime logistics
  • Green supply chains
  • Supply chain innovations
  • Supply chain risks
  • E-fulfillment
  • Dutch supply chain & history
  • Dutch & other cultures
  • Team building
  • Company visits:
    • Port of Rotterdam
    • Royal Flora Holland flower auction
Throughout the 3 weeks, students will work in small groups on their ongoing project for the fictive company Samsonic, directly applying all their knowledge & experience directly to this challenging case.  
 
European Culture, Business and Entrepreneurship
The course is suitable for all students who are interested in learning more about European culture, entrepreneurship, doing business in Europe and in developing their personal skills. During this short course students will participate in interactive workshops that focus on skills and personal development in both entrepreneurial and general topics. The course consists of modules (which include either (guest) lectures, workshops, company visits or coaching sessions) that take place both on and off campus. Some of the topics covered in the course are:
 
  • Creative thinking
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurial thinking
  • Lean management
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • Agricultural entrepreneurship
  • Personal branding 
More information and a video can be found online: http://www.arnhembusinessschool.com/programs/summer-winter-course/.?
 

Accommodation

Students will stay off campus in Bed & Breakfast Townhouse 10 located in a beautiful, monumental building in the city center, opposite the Arnhem train and bus station, with a view of the station square. Free Wifi is included throughout the building. 

Accommodation is based on bed and breakfast and students will have access to a common room where they can socialize freely. Other meals are for the students’ own cost, either on campus or in a variety of restaurants in the city center.

www.townhouse10.nl


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Cost of Attendance

Students may participate on the basis of exchange or by paying a tuition fee. 
 
BILLED BY UW-W  
Tuition* (UWW tuition for 5 credits) 1,596
ABS Summer Program Fee** (1500 EUR) 1,690
Application/Administration Fee 225
Contingency Fee 50
CISI Insurance 26
Subtotal $3,587
Additional Estimated Expenses  
Passport/Passport Photos 150
Round-Trip Airfare 1,200
Meals (not included in program fee) 300
Personal/Miscellaneous 300
Subtotal $1,950
Total $5,537

*Based on Summer 2018 tuition fee.  Participants in Summer 2019 will pay Summer 2019 tuition rate.
**ABS program fee includes accommodation, airport pick up and drop off, transportation between accommodation and campus on week days, visits and excursions, welcome and farewell dinner and medical insurance.  Exchange rate taken November 2018.


Contact

Office of Global Experiences
Office: McCutchan 204
Phone: 262-472-5759
Email: studyabroad@uww.edu


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