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Erasmus Intensive Programme Summer School "How to do Business in South-East Europe"

The Summer School “How to do Business in South-East Europe” is a three week programme conducted in English. It will take place from 9 to 27 July 2012. The programme is open to both undergraduate (last year’s) and graduate students of business studies and economics. Students from partner institutions gather to gain new knowledge on the selected topic “How to do Business in South-East Europe”.

Eligible co-funding for students from the Erasmus IP programme:

  • tuition for two courses with course material
  • company visits
  • official social activities
  • accommodation in twin room with shared bathroom and kitchen
  • city bus ticket
  • breakfast and lunch on week-days (Monday-Friday)
  • travel costs (including any cots for entry/exit visas as required) will be accounted for on the basis of the realcosts incurred; maximum travel costs per students are:

    • Belgium: 400 EUR
    • Poland: 500 EUR
    • Portugal: 600 EUR
    • Turkey: 600 EUR

All other costs have to be covered by student.

The IP Erasmus Summer School programme consists of three courses:

  • Economies of South-East Europe (6 ECTS)
  • Cross-Cultural Communication Management with the focus on the South-East Europe (6 ECTS)
  • Negotiations Techniques with the focus on the South-East Europe (6 ECTS)

Students participating in this Intensive Programme have to choose two out of three courses and gain altogether 12 ECTS. Each course consists of 60 hours, 30 hours in-class lectures and 30 hours of workshops, case-studies, home-readings and 2 company visits. We will visit two successful Slovenian companies from various industries or services in different Slovenian regions. Company visits are an integral part of the programme and ECTS credits. After completing all course requirements and exams, students will receive an official transcript of records and a certificate of attendance.

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