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WHU MBA European Summer Program ONLINE

A two-week  course designed for MBA students of WHU's partner schools in their second year who are interested in International Business, Finance, and Corporate Strategy. The program offers a targeted and compact insight into international business in Europe, with a well-balanced combination of lectures and group work.

About the program

The WHU Online MBA European Summer Program is a two-week course on 'The Changing Environment for International Business in Europe' that is specifically designed for MBA students from our partner schools in their second year, who are interested in International Business, Finance, and Corporate Strategy.

By participating in the online short-term program, you will have the opportunity to attend interactive live class meetings and work together with students from different locations via virtual breakout sessions.

Program dates

The program will take place from May 5/6 to May 17/18 2024

Eligibility requirements

To be eligible to participate in the WHU "The Changing Environment for International Business in Europe" program, you must meet the following criteria.

  • Be enrolled in the MBA degree program at Concordia. 
  • Completed at a minimum of 24 credits toward your current degree program by the time you leave for the program.
  • Be registered as a full-time status student at Concordia.
  • Minimum CGPA: 3.0.

Program courses

The program is taught in English and comprises 48 academic hours (equivalent to three credits) plus around 22 contact hours of a cultural program (equivalent to two credits). Students must create a Credit Transfer Request to submit to their faculty for credit transfer approval prior to leaving for the program.

  • European Trade Integration and the Euro
  • Competing in European Markets
  • European Aspects of Family Business
  • The Business Tax Environment in Europe
  • Business Environment and Strategies of FDI Investors in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Entrepreneurship from a European Perspective
  • The Relevance of Family Businesses in Europe
  • Raising Capital in European Capital Markets

Estimated costs & bursary

Host institution fee: €125 to be paid directly to WHU. 

Concordia Tuition: 3 credits of Concordia tuition to be paid to Concordia University. Get an estimate of tuition fees.


Application information

Application deadline

February 24, 2024

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