Within the framework of the agreement with Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg from Monday, April 3 to Thursday, April 6, 2023, Prof. Christoph Weiser, professor of Business Economics and Management at the University of Halle-Wittenberg, will teach in English, an intensive course on "Firms Strategies and International Competition" through the presentation and implementation of a "business game" in a computer environment.
The course will be spread over four days in Classroom G 119 Pius X in presence or online mode, and is recognized by the Faculties as an ALTERNATIVE ACTIVITY TO INTERNSHIP for the following degree programs:
- Master's Degree of European and International Politics 1st and 2nd year courses.
- Three-year degrees activated by the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences (only for those enrolled in the 3rd year of the course) with the exception of Social Service Sciences for which there is a dedicated internship and placement network
The course is free of charge and will be held provided that at least 20 students are enrolled.
The maximum number of places available is 30.
Enrollment will take place in chronological succession on a first come, first served basis through the appropriate function in the link below from January 16, 2023 to February 6, 2023.
When all places are taken , students are encouraged to contact the Student Hub from the i-catt page: Homepage-Request Information-Career and leave their details to be placed on a waiting list. If some enrolled students drop out, they will be contacted by the Student Hub and can take over and participate in the course.
Students are reminded that in order to have the intensive course recognized as an internship, it will be necessary to show the certificate of participation to their Internship Tutor.
Registration is to be considered binding. Any waiver must be justified and submitted in time to the attention and consideration of the responsible teachers Prof. Alberto Krali email@example.com and Prof. Mario Maggioni firstname.lastname@example.org . Defections in the last week before the start of the course will be accepted only for obvious and documented reasons of force majeure.
Those who have problems with any absences due to exam appeals should contact Prof. Weiser directly, email@example.com, the only one who can assess the educational significance of the absence.
For those enrolled, course attendance is compulsory and there are no exceptions. Participating students are required to bring, if they have them, a laptop computer i.e. laptop, notebook, tablet.
Further information can be obtained from Professors Mario Maggioni and Alberto Krali.