JIBS, Sweden SUMMER SCHOOL 2016 International Entrepreneurship, Logistics and Family Business

General Information

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1. Host University: Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University

2. City, Country: Jönköping, Sweden

3. Web page: www.ju.se/summerschool

4. Courses taught in English:

Undergraduate levelJune 7 to July 1, 2016

  • International Entrepreneurship and Venturing 10 ECTS credits
  • International Logistics and Supply Chain Management 10 ECTS credits

Prerequisites:

  1. One year of undergraduate level studies in Business Administration, Economics or Law.
  2. Fluency in English equivalent to at least 575 (paper based) or 90 (internet based) TOEFL score. For English language proficiency waiver, please see www.ju.se/summerschool

Graduate level August 8 to 19, 2016

  • Developing Dynamic Family Enterprises 5 ECTS credits

Prerequisites:

  1. Bachelor degree.
  2. Fluency in English equivalent to at least 575 (paper based) or 90 (internet based) TOEFL score. For English language proficiency waiver, please see www.jibs.se/summerschool

Complete course syllabuses can be found at www.ju.se/summerschool

5. Cost:

Application fee: 900 SEK
Tuition undergraduate courses: 16 250 SEK per course
Tuition graduate course: 13 250 SEK per course
Social and Cultural package: 600 SEK (Includes welcome lunch, social activities, company visit, cultural trip, farewell dinner)

6. Housing:

Admitted students will receive a link to apply for accommodation.

  • Double or single room accommodation off-campus. The kitchens and bathrooms are shared with other students.
  • Housing alternatives include bed, bed quilt, pillow, wardrobe, access to laundry-room and kitchen including fridge. Fixed utility cost (electricity and water included). Some kitchen utilities may be left to use by previous students.

7. Dates:

Undergraduate courses (4 weeks)
Arrival and pick-up service*: June 4 to 5, 2016
Course and activities included in the program: June 7 to July 1, 2016.
Students are expected to participate from the first day until the last day of the courses.
Housing dates: students will have access to the accommodation from June 4 to July 2, 2016.

Graduate course (2 weeks)
Arrival and pick-up service*: August 6 and 7, 2016.
Course and activities included in the program: August 8 to 19, 2016.
Students are expected to participate from the first day until the last day of the course.
Housing dates: students will have access to the accommodation from August 6 to 19, 2016.
*Pick-up service is offered to all students arriving during the arrival dates and who register their arrival information by the determined deadline.

8. Application Procedure:

  1. The application is done ONLINE at www.ju.se/summerschool
  2. Application Deadline: April 1, 2016.

Visa requirements
Please note that citizens of certain countries do not require a visa to enter Sweden if staying shorter than 3 months. For the list of countries that require a visa for entry into Sweden, please visit http://www.government.se/government-policy/migration/list-of-foreign-citizens-who-require-visa-for-entry-into-sweden/ or contact the Swedish Embassy or consulate in the home country for more information.

9. Medical insurance: 

The medical/health insurance is not included. Students are recommended to buy a health insurance before coming to Sweden.

10. Clothing:

It is summer time in Sweden, which means students should bring summer clothes. However some days can be fresh in Sweden, so a light jacket is recommended. The dressing attire during classes is informal. For the company visit and special events, students should bring clothes for the occasion.

11. Contact:

Students may contact summerschool@ju.se if they have questions.

Useful information, pictures, video and students’ testimonials can be found at www.ju.se/summerschool