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  • Locations: Oslo, Norway
  • Program Terms: Summer
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Class Standing: 2-Sophomore, 3-Junior, 4-Senior Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 2.50 Field of Study: Business, Business Administration, Management, Marketing
Housing Options: Residence Hall Program Type: Direct Enrollment
Program Description:
BI Norwegian Business School International Summer Program

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Course title: Intercultural Management: A Scandinavian Perspective*
Course load/ Credits: 12 ECTS (6 SDSU units)
Course dates: 25th June – 20th July 2018
Application deadline: 1 April 2018


*Course description for 2018 can be found online.

SDSU students will receive a 30% reduction on the BI summer program tuition fee.



Further information and online application: www.bi.edu/summer

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Included in the International Summer Programme:
• Significant exposure to Norwegian companies through guest lectures and company visits
• Lectures by highly qualified BI faculty members
• An introduction to Norwegian Life and Society – arts, history, economy, gender equality, politics and more
• Social and cultural activities which add to an unforgettable summer – including sightseeing, hiking, BBQs, Norwegian traditions and more

Lectures on Intercultural Management from Scandinavian and Norwegian perspectives by highly qualified BI faculty members

4 key learning modules: 
Week 1: focus on intercultural management 
Week 2: institutional factors, leadership and marketing in focus within a Scandinavian perspective 
Week 3: Digital Relationships with Data Analytics: Scandinavian Trends
Week 4: cross cultural negotiation skills within a Scandinavian perspective in focus

An Introduction to Norwegian Life and Society in cooperation with the University of Oslo – including arts, history, economy, women’s rights, politics 
Insights to Norwegian industries through guest lectures and company visits

Social and cultural activities – including a weekend expedition, sightseeing, outdoors activities (hiking, climbing, barbecues), Norwegian film program


Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.

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