Summer 2019 Programs Available

Undergraduate Partner Schools
COUNTRYCITYPARTNER SCHOOLSUMMER PROGRAM SPACES 2019ENROLMENT TERMS
& DATES
CREDIT EQUIVALENCYPARTNER SCHOOL ACADEMIC INFOPARTNER SCHOOL FACT SHEETINCOMING PARTNER SCHOOL WEBSITE
DenmarkCopenhagenCopenhagen Business School 2End June - Early August7.5 ECTS = 3 SSB credits

15 ECTS = 6 SSB credits

CBS ISUP
FranceToulouseToulouse Business School 23 weeks:
Toulouse : Mid-June – Early July
OR
Barcelona: Early – Late July
12 ECTS = 3 SSBTBS Summer School Website
GermanyOestrich-WinkelEBS Business School33 weeks: June3 SSB creditsEuropean Business and German CultureEBS Summer School Bachelor: Doing Business in Europe
GermanyVallendar WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management33 weeks: End of May - Mid-June6 SSB creditsEuropean Business and German Culture2019 BrochureWHU 2019 Program Website
U.K.LancasterLancaster University3Mid-June3 SSB credits2019Leadership, Sustainability & Innovation

Why study abroad in summer?

two students in colourful traditional clothing in Hong Kong

Not sure if a Full Term Exchange is right for you but still want to step out of your comfort zone? The Summer Program is a great opportunity to have the exchange experience in a condensed period of time. Understanding management and business in an international context is a requirement in today’s global economy. The benefits of participating in one of Schulich’s international opportunities are numerous:
  • Exposure to global perspectives and industries
  • Expansion of career options
  • Improve cross-cultural communication skills
  • Build a global network
What are you waiting for? Internationalize your degree and explore all the world has to offer while gaining credits toward your program of study!
 
Natalie Durzynski (iBBA)

“For me, exchange was more than just a chance to travel and meet new people; it was a chance to find out more about myself and for personal growth. I know that the skills I’ve developed from my international experience will help me throughout my career and for the rest of my life!”

Natalie Durzynski (iBBA)Université Paris Dauphine
Winter 2014
 

Program Details

Eligibility

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  • Students are eligible to study in a summer program anytime after completion of 2nd year core courses
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 5.50 prior to the desired summer program term

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Programs offered for Summer 2019:

  • CBS International Summer University Programme (ISUP)
    June 21 – August 2, 2019
  • EBS Summer School: “Doing Business in Europe”
    June 11 – 28, 2019
  • Lancaster Global Summer School: Leadership, Sustainability and Innovation
    2 weeks: Last week June – First week July (2019 dates to be confirmed)
  • TBS Summer School: Toulouse or Barcelona
    3 weeks: June/July
  • WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management: The Business, Political and Cultural Environment in Europe
    May 26 – June 14, 2019
Undergraduate Summer Program Information

 

How to Apply

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Step 1

Submit the Online Application Form

Step 2

Upload your resume (1 page), explanation of interest in the Summer Exchange Program, and reason(s) for school/program choices (1 page maximum).

Deadline: Friday February 8th

**International Relations will be in touch with you if an interview is necessary. Keep your eye out for an email.

Online Application

 

Next Steps

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Matching Procedures

Students are matched to a partner school based on the responses to their application questions and their discussion in the interview. The Exchange Selection Committee is looking for the student’s rationale for the school, in combination with their professionalism and ability to be an ambassador for Schulich.

Confirmation Process

Students will be informed as to the school they have been matched. They will be given approximately two weeks to confirm their acceptance of the offer.

Partner School Nominations

Once confirmed, the Undergraduate International Program Coordinator will nominate student(s) to the partner school at which time, the partner school will contact the student to begin setting up the exchange. The student will be required to submit the requested documentation to the exchange school.

Pre-Departure Preparation

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Prior to Departure

Students are required to attend a Pre-Departure Session. Some topics to be covered include:

  • Passports
  • Visas
  • Dual Citizenship
  • Medical clearance and proof of vaccination
  • Insurance

Pre-Departure Preparation

Students must submit the following information electronically to the International Program Coordinator for approval prior to departure:

Travel Procedures

 

While Travelling

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Student Responsibilities

  • Academic
    • Pay Tuition
    • Final Study Plan
  • Travel/Diplomatic
    Prior to travelling, it is recommended that travellers review the Government of Canada Web site for travel advisories as well as register with your foreign consulate/embassy. Canadian citizens should register with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development.

    The following information will be outlined in Travel Procedures.

  •  Exchange
    • Work on your Exchange Report
    • Represent Schulich & Canada
    • Social Media

Have fun responsibly!

After Program Completion

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Students will required to submit the following items:

  • Exchange Report
  • Social Media Submission
  • Volunteer at International Opportunities Fair
  • Join the Open Arms Committee
  • Update your Resume
  • Apply for Full Term Exchange Program!

Please follow the format outlined in the Exchange Report & Social Media Requirements.

Meet the Team

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For any additional questions or concerns, feel free to contact a member of the International Relations Team

 

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