European Business Skills
You will be equipped with cultural, legal and political insight and knowledge of the EU. You will be provided with "do's and don'ts" to strengthen your position in negotiations, to communicate effectively across cultures, and to make sound business decisions. And be empowered to use the opportunities the EU affords whilst avoiding the pitfalls.
Successfully doing business in the EU
The EU today: history, background, impact on national sovereignty, current issues (e.g. Brexit, EU referenda, ground-breaking mergers)
EU institutions, legal framework, & competition law (cartels, abuse of a dominant position, merger control)
Cross cultural communication
The role of Philosophy (ethics, rhetoric), Art, & Culture
In this module you will develop your 'soft skills' to communicate in an international and intercultural environment. You will experience how the EU is managed and become aware of what works (and what doesn’t!).
Join students and lecturers from Amsterdam and abroad for concise and upbeat lessons offering precise advice on how to behave professionally in the European Union.
A two-day field trip to Brussels, the 'capital of the European Union', to visit the European Parliament and the European Commission is included for learning 'in action'. You will also be introduced to Dutch culture and will visit beautiful places in Amsterdam, discovering the DNA of the city.
Previous courses received a hallmarked evaluation score of 9.4 (out of 10).
6 Jul 2020 - 17 Jul 2020
|level||Bachelor / Undergraduate|
|Program fee||1,250 EUR|
|Accommodation fee||420 EUR|
|Extra information about the
There is a discount of €50 for early bird (apply before 1 April) and for students coming from a partner university or students of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Housing costs are €420 for a double room and €465 for a single room. Apply before 1 May 2020 to be guaranteed of housing.
|Application deadline||1 May 2020|
You are a student in a bachelor's or master's degree programme, or are a professional already working. You are prepared to join an internationally diverse class. You have a good command of the English language at upper intermediate level – B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference