The IÉSEG International Summer Academy offers students and recent graduates a unique opportunity to build skills in Global Business and Management. During the four-week programme they gain knowledge and interpersonal skills needed for a successful career in international business.
|Courses and Faculty||Contact Hours||Credits|
|Supply Chain Management
Dr. Alejandra Duenas
|Postgraduate Course – Achieving Change using Total Quality Management
Dr. David Newlands
|Postgraduate Course – Managing and Leading in Today’s Global Workplaces
Dr. Teal McAteer
|Corporate Social Responsibility and Marketing
Dr. Catherine Janssen
Dr. Rodrigo Cintra
|International Sport Management
Dr. Curt Hamakawa, J.D
|Predictably Irrational Consumer Behavior
Dr. Li Yi
|French Language from Beginner to Advanced
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Topic-Based Courses = 76 Contact Hours = 8 ECTS Credits; French = 30 Contact Hours = 4 ECTS Credits; 1 Contact Hour = 60 Minutes
Students’ work is graded out of 20 points, the lowest passing grade is 10/20. Grades may be awarded for final examinations, individual and/or group papers and reports, and class participation. Most grades are a mix of several of these types of assessment.
|16.00/20 or more||A|
|less than 10.00||F|
|US Grading Scale|
|14.00/20 or more||A|
|less than 10.00||F|
Every student will receive an official transcript after the successful completion of all program requirements. The transcript will show the course name, contact hours, the number of acquired credits as well as the achieved grades.
Most international colleges and universities accept credits from the IÉSEG School of Management. However, each institution has its own policy regarding credit acceptance from other institutions. We strongly recommend that students consult their academic advisor and/or professor to receive credit transfer approval before applying to the IÉSEG International Summer Academy. The student who would like to transfer credits to their home universities should print out all documents and contact the professor or study abroad advisor and ask for credit and grade approval.
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