Summer Exchange Program – Germany

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NUS part-time MBA student Andrew Cho shares his experience on a summer MBA exchange programme at the WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany.

Germany has always been one of my favourite countries and a place I’ve always wanted to visit. Needless to say, when I found out about the opportunity to go for a summer exchange at the WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Koblenz, Germany; I jumped at the chance to experience German life. The programme entitled “The Changing Environment for International Business in Europe”, centered around introducing students to the business environment in Europe and included visits to German companies and the European Central Bank.

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Summer Graduate Programme – Norway

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Fatma Iskandar from the Class of 2010 shares her experiences at the summer graduate programme in Norway. 

During my first semester at NUS, I was planning to go for an exchange programme. However, I wasn’t too keen on a semester long exchange. It was then that I saw Zahira’s email informing us of the summer exchange programme to Norway. A 2 week summer program was just what I was looking for. And so without further delay, I grabbed this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and applied for the programme. The partner school (NHH) was located in Bergen, the second biggest city in Norway after Oslo, with a population of 250,000.

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Summer Exchange Programme – Paris

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Salahaddine from the NUS MBA Class of 2010, shares his experiences about the Summer Exchange Programme at ESSEC, Paris.

The journey of ESSEC summer program “Global Manager In Europe” started with an application and a selection process. Applications started in early February and the deadline was at the end of March, the requirements were: Good Academic Standing (with CAP of 3.0 and above), an application form, a CV and a Motivation Letter in which one needed to explain why one wanted to take this summer program in Paris. I remember one student simply, but frankly, said, “Because….. Because it’s Paris!”

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