‘How to manage change – Challenges of Globalisation, the Digitisation Revolution’ Summer School
Are you up for a new challenge? Do you fancy increasing your academic standing? Are you looking for a new learning experience? Do you enjoy having fun? Then, you are in the right place!
What you have to do to join us?
26 August – 4 September 2018
Black Sea Coast, Hotel Ramada – Constanta
Because you have something to say/are a Challenger
Foreign guest speakers from world top universities
Our Summer School programme is designed to ensure you get a holistic experience: here, we will enhance your worldview, you will meet new and exceptional people from all over the Globe, and you will gain considerable knowledge and skills.
During the 10 days you spend in our Summer School, you attend courses for four hours and participate in workshops and teambuilding events. Social events are not to be neglected since we strive for a healthy balance between organised events and free time, which also allows for the independence of the participants.
The package includes 9 nights in a three-star hotel, 3 meals a day, course materials, festive dinner.
Are you up for a new challenge? Do you fancy increasing your academic standing? Are you looking for a new learning experience? Do you enjoy having fun and meeting new people? Then, you are our perfect match!
Name of the organisation: SC AQUA GEOTERMA RESOURCE SRL
Unique Registration Code: RO26249561
Address: MAMAIA, MUN.CONSTANTA, SAT VACANTA ZONA BOWLING, 900001
Bank account: RO36BTRLEURCRT0298451201
Bank Name: BANCA TRANSILVANIA
Amount: 500 euro
Payment description/details: ASE-FABIZ summer school
In order to register you need to send us your CV and a 500-word argumentative essay on the topic ‘How to manage change – Challenges of Globalisation – The Digitisation Revolution’. Applications should be submitted at the following address: email@example.com
The participation fee is 500 euro per person and it includes seminars and presentations, workshops and teambuildings, accommodation in double rooms for 9 nights, three meals a day, for the entire stay.
Given that spots are granted in the order of registration, in order to be sure you are going to get a spot, we strongly encourage you to enrol as soon as possible.
The payment is to be done in one instalment upon registration.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
He also holds an MA in International Relations (University of New South Wales, Australia); a GradCert International Relations (Curtin University of Technology, Australia); a BCom in Public Relations and Management (Curtin Business School, Australia); and a PGCert in Higher Education Professional Practice (Coventry, UK).
Prior to joining BI in 2017, David worked as Lecturer in International Business (equivalent to Assistant Professor/Førsteamanuensis) at University of Exeter Business School (UK) and Lecturer in International Management at Coventry University Business School (UK). He has also taught and supervised MBA (corporate executives) and MSc dissertations at Warwick Business School (UK), The University of Warwick (UK), University of Birmingham Business School (UK) and University of Leicester School of Management (UK) (nearly a hundred dissertations, in total).
David remains External Associate at Warwick Business School and Visiting Researcher at Leeds University Business School (UK). David has previously held visiting research positions at Seoul National University (South Korea), Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong), Helsinki Business School (Finland) and Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO, Norway).
He has also been an invited speaker at Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), Newcastle University Business School (UK), BAU International Berlin – University of Applied Sciences (Germany), University of Essex Business School (Dec 2017), in addition to the institutions where he has held visiting positions.
Since 2008 Professor of Public Law and European Law at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration and Management of North Rhine-Westphalia (FHÖV NRW) in Münster • Lecturer at the Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration • Since 2016 Lecturer at the University of Vienna
she spent two academic years at the University of California San Diego, as a visiting PhD student. As part of her PhD research, she also worked at the European Central Bank. Her research interests are in the fields of Econometrics and Applied Econometrics. In particular, she is interested in topics related to performing estimation