13 July 2018
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The world is getting more and more connected, not only consumers but also organizations are increasingly interlinked. The public and private sector, once clearly separated, are moving closer to each other and will continue to do so. More and more new initiatives will stem from the interfaces between those sectors. The next generation of leaders will be inspired by and will seek the connectivity between the public & private worlds in order to be a catalyst for change.
In this general module students are introduced not only to trends, but also to methods and tools that help create (a vision on) the future and therefore help shape that future. The focus will be on future trends, for business and public sectors, but also trends that are already taking shape in the current reality.
In this module you will look at several global trends that also have a connection to the UN sustainability goals.
The program is open to anyone who has completed their first year Bachelor degree level education. Applicants whose native tongue is not English, should have a good knowledge of the English language (Level B2 or higher). The Hague Summer School reserves the right to determine if applicants English language level is appropriate.
1.Tackling a real-life challenge in a multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team using various techniques to create scenarios and practical work methods.
The Hague Summer School are assigned ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). The amount of credits for each course depends on whether you choose the two or four week program. The two week program is worth 4 ECTS. The four week program is worth 8 ECTS. Detailed program descriptions and outlines will be provided to the students to facilitate the credit transfer.
EUR 1750: You might be eligible to a discount. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the fees.
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