International Consultancy

(Autumn)

Do you want a solid background for doing business internationally? Do you want to learn how to consult and advice an international company?

Join our programme ‘International Consultancy’ to experience and develop international business activities.

International Consultancy

About the programme

This programme aims to provide students with a solid background for doing business internationally. The working language is English. You start with organizing a European conference and discussing a number of issues that are currently in the news. In sub-groups, you will be representing various European countries. In order to be able to prepare for this conference, you will take several courses that are related to the project, which will help you to understand how Europe works and what aspects are involved.

Practice-oriented

In a practice-oriented environment students learn how to work together and make practical use of theoretical knowledge.

Multicultural

Students study in a multicultural environment, which helps them to develop intercultural skills and understand norms and values unlike their own.

About the programme

This programme aims to provide students with a solid background for doing business internationally. The working language is English. You start with organizing a European conference and discussing a number of issues that are currently in the news. In sub-groups, you will be representing various European countries. In order to be able to prepare for this conference, you will take several courses that are related to the project, which will help you to understand how Europe works and what aspects are involved.

Entry Requirements

Two years of bachelor studies in a relevant field and English-language skills at B2 level.

Total ECTS Credits: 30
Level: Bachelor

Contact

If you have any questions about the exchange programme International Consultancy, please contact:

Ms. Jamilla ter Steege (course coordinator)
Email: internationalbusinessschool@windesheim.nl

Marie, student International consultancy, explains