GU8 GLOBAL MBA AND SCM
+ GU8 GLOBAL MBA AND SCM
The GMBA&SCM is the result of the merging of Global MBA and Global MLOG. The structure has been updated with the support of The 7th Council of Presidents Meeting (COP) of the GU8 Consortium was held at Inha University, South Korea, between November 22nd and 23rd, 2012.
Our diploma brings together a dozen students from its different countries during a course of one year. The originality lies, among others, in :
- Mutual and international recognition in a promising sector: logistics.
- A “multiculturality” displayed and claimed: the public and the speakers are international
- Student and academic mobility : Two “hubs” or training platforms have been established : One in Europe (Le Havre, this year), the other in Asia-Pacific (South Korea this year).
+ ACTORS OF GLOBALIZATION
For our school, our university, our city, our department and beyond, it is a question of being part of an international policy, at the heart of ISEL‘s action, enabling everyone to make us better known.
As for the structure of program, the universities* involved are :
This 4 partners will nominate* 5 students each (maximum) and will provide accommodation for the group of students. The program takes place between June and August. The topics taught, as well as the daily timetable, are still under construction.
+ EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES (About 30 hours of courses)
- Courses of business and supply chain management
- Case studies in companies
All courses are taught in English.
+ CULTURAL ACTIVITIES & COMPANY VISITS
This program proposes activities of discovery of our region : house of Norman traditions, discovery on horseback of the country of Caux … so that these students and teachers English, Korean, Chinese, Taiwanese and Australians want to come back.
The group of students from different countries stick together during the length of the program. A good opportunity to build international networks between the managers of tomorrow.
Only the students who are members of the partner universities* can apply to this Global U8 program. To do so, they must refer to their parent university.
This 4 partners will nominate 5 students each (maximum) and will provide accommodation for the group of students.
+ DATES & DEADLINES 2017
The courses take place during summer successively in France, Germany, China and South Korea.
Session will take place between March 1st (integration week) and June 29th.
LSC: STUDY LOGISTICS IN ENGLISH AT ISEL
+ LSC: STUDY LOGISTICS IN ENGLISH AT ISEL
ISEL, Graduate School of Logistics, offers a special syllabus in English taught by experiences teachers and designed for foreign students who does not speak fluent French and are currently finishing their 3rd year of further studies (minimum).
International students can now take courses at ISEL as part of a semester of study in English. 100% of the students on average would recommend favorably or very favorably this program in their university of origin.
+ 30 CREDITS
A student hoping to achieve 30 ECTS (or more) in order to validate his/her semester (according to the European scheme) would get around 15 hours of classes (not counting personal work) a week.
The course will start if a minimum of 5 students is accepted on application.
+ LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN ORIENTED
The added value of this syllabus is the focus on particular Logistics and Supply Chain themes and a strong module about French as a foreign language (it helps for every day’s in Le Havre); not mentioning a very popular set of “French cuisine master classes” .
Some classes are given by local lecturers, professionals (consultants or executives) with whom ISEL has had special links for years and by foreign lecturers from our partner institutions around the world (Germany, UK, Netherlands).
In order to work in good conditions, the number of students is limited to 15 students maximum.
+ DATES & DEADLINES 2017
2017 session will take place between March 1st (integration week) and June 29th.
+ TUITION FEES
A tuition waver will be granted, under conditions, to the students from universities or schools we have a bilateral agreement with (EXCHANGE STUDENTS). In such a case, their parent university must officially nominate the exchange students.
For students from universities for which no signed agreement exists (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS), tuition fees are to be paid.
+ DOCUMENTATION & REGISTRATION FILES
Please, find below the application material for the program.
For more details, please contact our International Affairs Direction.
Phone : 02 32 74 49 00
Email : email@example.com
Lodging information : sri@univ-le havre.fr
+ Nicolas BARUBÉ, Assistant Director – International Affairs
Phone : 06 45 15 31 49
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org