European Business and Economics Programme (EBEP)
This programme provides business and economics students with an insight into the structures and trends that influence European business and economics today.
Over the course of four modules students will explore the European Union via the themes of politics, intercultural management, marketing and economics. To complement this multidisciplinary approach participants take part in a range of visits to institutions and an automobile company as well as completing a module on German culture & society from an intercultural perspective.
This course is very similar to the three-week course “Markets and Management in Europe” except that it includes an extra week of classes, which provides an insight into the philosophies underpinning the EU (“Values and Politics of the EU”).
- Date: June 23 - July 20, 2019 (four weeks)
- Course content:
Values and Politics of the European Union
Cultural Diversity and Cross-Cultural Management
Economics of the European Union
Marketing for the Automotive Industry
- The course programme also includes:
Academic support programme: Visits to companies and (political) institutions
German Culture & Society: Intercultural Perspectives module
- Course language: English
Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL ibt 90 or equivalent) is required.
- Target group: Advanced undergraduate business and economics majors or graduates with good standing.
- Number of participants: Approx. 20-25
- Registration deadline: Extended until April 15, 2019
March 15, 2019 for nominated students from partner universities
- Student hostels with shared rooms and a kitchenette (former may be subject to change).
- Arrival June 23 (move in to accommodation), departure July 20 (move out of accommodation).
- On weekdays a reasonably-priced lunch can be purchased in the student cafeteria.
- Dinner can be purchased at various locations within the city for between 4-8 Euros.
Culture and Leisure Time Programme
The International Office team offers participants a wide variety of optional cultural and social events in Berlin and the surrounding area about twice a week. These may include visits to UNESCO World Heritage sites (e.g the Museum Island in Berlin and castles and gardens in Potsdam), the Berlin Wall Museum and Holocaust Museum, or other leisure activities such as beach volleyball, a boat tour and a trip to a beer garden.
100 contact hours
- 80 contact hours business course incl. academic support program
- 20 contact hours German Culture & Society: Intercultural Perspectives module
9 ECTS credits
One class hour is 45 minutes in length