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  • Hotel accommodation available at supplement, Flights generally earlier you can book them the cheaper they are.

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  • Bath MSc Global Residencies In association with: International Management Institute St Petersburg (IMISP), Russia & Euromed Management, Marseille, France
    • Ongoing developments of the MSc programmes
    • New innovation – 1 week international study tour - Global Residency to take place early June 2011 for our MSc students:
    • St Petersburg in partnership with IMISP, Russia a top Business School in one of the exciting BRIC nations
    • Marseille, France in partnership one of the oldest and leading Business Schools in France, Euromed Management
  • The objective of a global residency is to:
    • Heighten your awareness of international management issues by exposure to the business environment of another country;
    • Enable you to experience the impact of different political, economic, social and technological contexts on business activity;
    • Provide you with  insight into companies operating in another country;
    • Enable you to work on a small applied project in that country;
    • Give you the opportunity to apply your knowledge from the classroom to a real situation.
    • The global residencies are subject to a minimum number of participants – normally 15-25
    • You will need to budget between £1000 – £1200 (depending on location) to cover the cost of the programme, travel, and board and lodging, so it is useful to plan your budget ahead.
    • The MBA Global Residency in September 2011 to Tsinghua, China may also be open to MSc students, dependant on numbers (approx cost of £1200 + flight)
  • International Global Residencies for MSc students
    • Expand your horizons and enhance your CV with an international global residency.
    • The School of Management can offer global residencies for MSc students in collaboration with leading business schools in Russia, China or France.
    • Taking place in June or September, the trip will typically include company visits, lectures, case studies, cultural awareness events, sightseeing and possibly student presentations on a company project.
  • IMISP
    • Ranked among Russia’s top 20 business schools, specialising in MBA, executive and corporate education
    • Accredited by:
      • AMBA (Association of MBAs)
      • AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
      • CEEMAN (Central and East European Management Development Association)
    • Member of the EFMD (the European Foundation for Management Development)
  • IMISP
    • Have existing relationships with a number of well recognised international business schools:
      • SDA Bocconi (Italy)
      • Henley Management College (United Kingdom)
      • Ecole de Management, Lyon (France)
      • Escuela Superior de Administration i Direccion de Empresas de Barcelona (Spain)
    • See http://www.imisp.ru/en/
  • Highlights
    • Sightseeing & cultural activities (Ballet/Opera visit, Hermitage museum, Catherine Palace etc)
    • Lectures & Case study: ‘Doing business in Russia’
    • Company visits
    • Meeting with trade representative of the British Consulate
    • Student presentations on company project
  • Indicative draft timetable
    • 4th-11 th June 2011
    Departure All syndicates visit Company 2 & Company 3 - Lunch Visit to Baltica Brewery Free evening Tuesday 7 June 9:00 - 09:30 9.30 - 13.30 15:00 - 17:00 Bus transfer to IMISP Doing business in Russia– Lecture at IMISPC. Doing business in Russia (Case Study) Lunch Bus transfer from IMISP to Company 1. All syndicates visit Company 1 Free evening Monday 6 June 9:00 - 09:30 09:30 - 12:45 14:00- 15:30 15:30 - 18:00 Breakfast Sightseeing bus tour around St Petersburg - Lunch Excursion to the State Hermitage Museum Free evening Sunday 5 June 08:00 - 09:00 10:00 - 14:30 15.00 - 17:00 Arrival at Pulkovo II Airport Check in at Hotel Welcome dinner (casual dress) Saturday 4 June 16:30 18:30 19:00
  • Timetable cont. Check out of Hotel ……… Excursion to Catherine Palace and Tzarskoje Selo Lunch Transfer to Pulkovo II Airport Registration, Customs. Departure to London Saturday 11 June 09:00 - 13:30 13:30 - 15:30 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 17:00 Presentation Preparation at IMISP Lunch Presentations at IMISP Bus, transfer to hotel and back to restaurant or free time Gala Dinner Friday 10 June 09:30 - 14:00 12:45 - 13:30 14:00 - 17:00 1 9 : 3 0 Visit to allocated company (each syndicate) Lunch Visit Free evening Thursday 9 June 09:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 17:00 Visit to allocated company (each syndicate) Lunch Meeting with Peter Langham, Head of Trade and Economics Mission, British Consulate General, St Petersburg Free evening Wednesday 8 June 09:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 16:30
  • Indicative past projects Needed suggestions as to how to defend their market shares under new regulations Leading IP-telephony provider and one of the internet access leaders in Russia Telecoms Zebra-telecom Needed ideas on entering the broadband internet market Leading cable TV provider in St. Petersburg. Entering the internet broadband provision market Media, Telecoms Tvoe-TV (SPb Cable TV Ltd) Shall be the place for wholesale in their industry A leader in wholesale construction goods Wholesale construction materials Laverna Company needed ideas on marketing-strategy and sales systems Exclusive distributor of Liquid Plastic Ltd construction materials in Russia Building construction City-PM (CityInvestStroy ltd) Project Context Industry Company
    • Residency price for 15 students, (incl lectures, company visits, full cultural tour incl ballet or opera, all transport, hostel type accommodation, 4-6 bedded rooms) 7 nights accommodation including meals.
    • approx 750 Euros = approx £ 630.00
    • Additional expenses:
      • Individually booked return flights London - St Petersburg. Est. Approx £375 (as checked Sept 10)
      • Visas. Estimate £130pp for group visa application
      • Single entry visa ranges from £152.15 to £172.15 (depending on nationality) + an invitation charge of £24.15 + £10 handling charge (if applied for via the cibt site). ( Thai nationals do NOT require visas)
    • TOTAL COST approx £1005 plus visa
    IMISP
  • To whet your appetite…
    • Introduction to St. Petersburg
    • St Petersburg is Russia’s greatest historical and cultural treasure, its "Northern Capital" - the famous "Venice of the North".
    • http://www.lonelyplanet.tv/Clip.aspx?key=3D4B1C266C553C8E
    • http://video.kylekeeton.com/2009/09/russian-video-st-petersburg-best-video.html
    • Much more information at: Saint-Petersburg.com/virtual-tour/
  • Euromed Management, Marseille
    • Created in 1872 by the Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie Marseille is recognised today as one of the top schools of management in France and abroad.
    • It positions itself as a European School of Management dedicated to the service of companies.
    • It has developed a Euro-Mediterranean approach to management and entrepreneurship. It aims to complement the ‘Anglo-Saxon' model of management and to enrich it with the concept of Diversity.
  • Accreditations / Network
    • European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) - since 2005.
    • Global Compact - since May 2005.
    • Association of MBAs
    • Their International MSc in Management is ranked 26th (2009) 24th ( last 3 years) in the World by the Financial Times. Bath are 34th.
  • Intercultural management programme
    • June 5- 11, 2011 Draft programme for Bath School of Management
    • Sunday June 5 : Arrival in Marseille.
    • A coach transfer to the hotel (if group arrival)
    • Monday June 6 :
    • AM : City tour including the Chamber of Commerce, the oldest in the world
    • PM : Discovering France & French business. Prof. Yahia ZOUBIR
    • Evening : Welcome Dinner with members of Euromed’s MSc student associations
    • Tuesday June 7 :
    • AM : French business culture & working with the French. Prof. Yahia ZOUBIR
    • PM : Business ethics & social responsibility. Prof. Virginie VIAL
    • Wednesday June 8 :
    • AM : Visit to L’Occitane (Manosque) World No 1 in Provençal cosmetics.
    • PM : Visit Aix-en-Provence, the home of Cézanne
    • Thursday June 9 :
    • AM : Geopolitics in the Mediterranean. Prof Yahia ZOUBIR
    • PM : The specificities of Mediterranean ethics Prof. Virginie VIAL
    • Friday June 10:
    • AM : Building & managing a multicultural team. Prof Yahia ZOUBIR
    • PM : National cultures and cross cultural negotiations. Prof Yahia ZOUBIR
    • Saturday Cultural Tour: Marseille & Avignon
    • Saturday/Sunday : Return to UK.
    • Residency price for 20 students, (incl. lectures, company visits, transport, one day of cultural visits, hotel 6 nights shared room self catering accommodation)
    • Approx 960 euros = approx £ 800
    • Additional expenses:
      • Individually booked return flights or eurostar/tgv
      • All meals except welcome breakfast and farewell dinner allow 25 euro per day (subsidised campus cafeteria) Transfers from hotel to Euromed
      • Visas where required.
      • TOTAL COST Approx 1125 euros = approx £940 + flight/train Approx = £1100 plus visa (if required)
  • To whet your appetite…
    • Euromed Management
    • Typical hotel
    • Marseille and surrounding area
    • And more ........
  • What our MBA students said about their recent global residency Sept 2010:
    • 1. Did the programme of the last week meet your expectations? Yes / No and why?
    • Yes and above. A fascinating and stimulating trip
    • Yes, the programme taught me more about the culture and business model in SA
    • It exceeded my expectations. I have learnt so much, laughed, experienced en enjoyed
    • Yes, it exceeded my expectations in all aspects. The course allowed us to experience the cultural richness of SA
    • Yes, completely – came to understand African diversity in terms of both business-making and cultural. Got both theoretical and practical experience. Furthermore, afforded me to establish my network (first contacts) for better understanding how to penetrate SA/African markets
    • 2. In what way was the programme of value to you?
    • A greater understanding of the people and cultures of South Africa
    • The company visit added value to me which is a good example of entrepreneurship in an emerging country
    • Learning about another culture and has been inspiring and enlightening.
    • It provided an opportunity to understand how SA is transforming its culture and how companies and individuals have adapted their business models and strategies to meet their own goals and journeys
    • Starting by the “reality check” of the “township”, that illustrates the African culture and challenges. Will add value and credit to company visits to understand each business models
    • This tour gave me different way of viewing the world. In addition, getting to know executive students of BATH was also valuable to me
  • What to do now
    • Advise MSc office of your interest now
    • Complete and submit a Deposit Payment form with a £250 deposit to MSc office by 25 th November 2010 (normally non-refundable after Feb 1 st )
    • Pay by credit card, cheque or bank transfer
    • When numbers are confirmed we will advise exact cost (depends on numbers and exchange rate)
    • Balance due by 4 th April 2011
  • And finally……
    • If you wish to apply for a global residency please attend meeting on 20 th October at 1.15pm room 5W 2.3
    • In the meantime if you need more information please contact:
    • Christine Bone, International Relations Coordinator: Tel:  +44 (0) 1225 383861  Email: [email_address]