Short Term Exchange - Copenhagen Business School (July)
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today, with 20,000 students and 1,500 employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe and one of the 8 Danish universities. Join the Summer Programme and be part of one of Europe's most prestigious business schools, experience pulsating metropolitan capital where tradition and innovation go hand in hand and get to know Denmark, Scandinavia’s greatest little kingdom. Summer in Copenhagen is definitely worth visiting where the streets are filled with sidewalk cafés and the midnight sky is never darker than a deep blue. You can walk the winding streets of the old city centre or see it from a canal boat. Visit the more than 100-year old amusement park Tivoli Gardens, the statues of the Little Mermaid and H.C. Andersen, the freetown of Christiania and Amalienborg - home to the royal family.
Program Dates: 27 June - 28 July 2017 (Exams: 31 July - 4 August 2017 TBC)
Application Deadline: 5 March 2017
Area of Study: Business,
Type of program: Short Term Exchange
Length of program: 4 weeks
Language of Instruction: English
Accommodation: CBS provide accommodation for international students. Students who have been admitted to the Summer University Program will receive an email inviting them to apply for housing. The email will be sent to the email address supplied by the student. Please refer to the accommodation website.
Course Details: Students have the possibility to choose from 40 exciting courses taught in English at bachelor and graduate levels. The program covers a wide range of classic business courses, as well as more diverse, innovative and entrepreneurial courses. Current MQ approvals: Basic Statistics for Business and Economics = STAT170, Business Anthropology and Organizational Ethnography = Unspecified 100 ANTH. For more information please refer to this website.
Academic Advice: All students looking to apply for a program should seek Academic Advice with the relevant Department or Faculty.
Cultural Component: As a supplement to the academic programme, the ISUP Social Programme is offered to all international students. The purpose of the programme is to ease your integration process, to help you build a social network, to introduce you to Danish culture, Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and of course to make sure that you will have a fantastic summer. Information can be found on the CBS website.
To be eligible for this program, you must:
- A cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher (varies each program),
- Completion of at least 12cp at the time of application. Enough credit points remaining to complete the program,
- Relevant units remaining in your degree to complete designated subjects at CBS,
- Comply with the eligibility criteria outlined in the Student Exchange
How to Apply
Applicants must complete an online Application form. You'll need to include:
Your personal details, One University preference, It should take around 2 - 3 minutes to complete an application.
Application Fee and Payment Options: For all exchange programs (semester and short term), there is a compulsory application fee. For more information and payment options please refer to the Cost and Funding Website.
Logistics Fees: See host university website for fees
Insurance: It is a requirement of the exchange program that all students must purchase their own travel insurance to cover them for the duration of their entire journey overseas. More information will be given to students upon acceptance.
Program Costs: You remain enrolled at Macquarie University and continue to pay your tuition fees to Macquarie University. As an exchange student you pay no tuition fees to host university. However, you must also always be prepared for unexpected expenses, and should consider how you will be dealing with the expenses of your exchange before you leave your home country. Prior to departure, you will need to save sufficient funds to cover all of your expenses for the duration of your exchange. Some costs to consider include: airfares, students visa (if required), travel health insurance, accommodation, food, additional travel, entertainment, textbooks, incidental expense. If you wish to work while you are away, it is important to note that work rights for international students vary from country to country. For further information about your visa restrictions please contact the consulate or embassy of your host country.
*Disclaimer: Macquarie University does not ensure the quality or reputation of activities run externally, should students choose to undertake these activities they take on the full risk and responsibility. All students need to undertake their own risk assessment before departure, considering wisely their personal health and safety risks. Ultimately participation in these activities is at the students’ risk.
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