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Cologne Business School (CBS) and University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC) have established a unique European Summer Programme. The BISP aims to attract undergraduate students who have completed one year or more of international business, management, marketing or advertising studies. Students will be provided an extensive insight into innovative business design and design thinking, as well as economic and cross-cultural management in Europe. The programme takes place from the 1st to the 21st of July 2018.
Registration Deadline: 30 April 2018 Credits: 6 ECTS / 3 US Credits
Cologne Business School (CBS) and University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC) have established a unique European summer programme that focuses on innovative business design and management, held in Cologne and Barcelona – two of the cities with strong economic power in Europe. Students will be provided an extensive insight into innovative business design and design thinking, as well as economic and cross-cultural management in Europe. This knowledge will be enforced through group projects on exciting case studies and different company visits. Throughout this three-week programme, participants will stay in two of the most exciting cities in Europe, both of which stand out with their multicultural flair and an open and young lifestyle. For more information about our joint summer programme, please visit our official website www.isummer.eu
Taking a summer programme at CBS means that you are located in Cologne, a lively metropolis in the heart of Europe. As one of the largest university cities in Germany, Cologne has many appealing features, which make it truly attractive to young people. With more than one million inhabitants Cologne is the fourth biggest city in Germany with a flourishing economy. Furthermore Cologne is internationally known for being a significant trade fair location hosting fairs such as the photokina, the world’s leading trade fair for photo and video, or the famous gamescom, the world’s largest event for computer and video games. Moreover, a multitude of museums, theatres or concert halls offer an attractive cultural programme. Especially during the summer months, life in Cologne is enriched by countless street cafés and beer gardens. The city’s night life also has a lot to offer with many night clubs, bars and pubs.
University studies in Vic date back to the sixteenth century when degrees were granted in Arts and Philosophy. In 1717, all Catalan universities were suppressed as a result of political turmoil in Spain and it was not until May 1997 that a refounded University of Vic was officially recognized by the Parliament of Catalonia. In 2014, University of Vic merged with another higher education institution and the result is today’s UVic-UCC with campuses in four different cities including Vic, Manresa, and Granollers in central Catalonia, as well as Barcelona city. From its very beginnings UVic-UCC has promoted academic quality and an agreeable context for student-centred training. The university teaching programmes offer high quality and individual attention, facilitating the personal and professional development of students.
UVic-UCC is committed to the economic and social development of the surrounding regions of Osona and Bages, Barcelona and Catalonia as a whole, through the teaching, research and knowledge transfer, imbued with a distinctive European and international vocation. The International Campus hosts a variety of UVic-UCC activities for both local and international students and academic staff such as exchange programmes, summer schools, postgraduate courses and international cooperation projects. The size of the university contributes to the innovative training approach. With more than 10,000 students, small class sizes and easy contact between students and academic staff, conditions are conducive to life-wide education with a high rate of professional placement and student satisfaction. For more information about this institution, please visit www.uvic.es/en.
If you have any further questions or should you be interested in participating the programme please don’t hesitate to write an email to our Business Innovation Summer Programme coordinator Ms. Lena Muñoz via our contact form.
CBS Summer Programmes
Tel.: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-461