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Aarhus University Short-term January Exchange
Aarhus, Denmark (Outgoing Program)
Summer (Dec - Feb)
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|Restrictions:||Sydney applicants only|
|Program Type:||Exchange Short-Term||Minimum Mark:||65%; Credit|
|Agreement Scope:||Business||Short-term Type:||Coursework, Cultural Experiences|
|Short-term Duration:||6 weeks||Ranking:||98|
Aarhus University Short-term Exchange
School of Business and Social Sciences Winter School
|Program Description||This program offers students from the University of Sydney an insight into the International Business with a Danish, European and International Focus. The Winter School consists of the course "Danish and European Business in a Global Perspective" as well as a social programme including e.g. tour of historical Aarhus and a traditional Danish food tasting.
At this point 28 countries are members of the European Union. Doing business in any country and across borders requires a lot of knowledge about the specific country as well as the European Union.
Furthermore, the corporate sector is particularly affected by an increasingly globalized world, which needs to be accounted for when doing international business. This course comprises of three parts, with Global, European and Danish focuses respectively.
|Relevant subject areas||Business
|Program dates||9 January – 20 February 2017 (TBC)
|Application deadline||20 October 2016
|Credit/ Not-for-credit||10 ECTS which is equivalent to 6 University of Sydney credit points
The program is run with the aim of fulfilling elective unit requirements of the Business School.
|Language||Classes are instructed in English.
|Fees and scholarships||As part of our Exchange Program, students in this course will be enrolled in an exchange unit of study at the University of Sydney and will pay tuition fees at Sydney for this unit.
Students will not pay tuition fees at Aarhus. However, there are other costs involved, including flights, transport, accommodation and living expenses. Students will need to budget for these expenses.
Please be aware that students pay for their own accommodation unless something is agreed between Aarhus BSS and you home university.
Some choices of accommodation are: OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|Location overview||Aarhus is the European capital of culture for 2017 and has a population of 315,000, centrally located in Denmark and Northern Europe. The city's business development, its research and educational activities, the environment as well as the cultural and leisure activities offered, combine with its strategic location to make Aarhus the most important economic growth area in Denmark.
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