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  • Socialprofit project: project with a partner (school ororganization) to raiseawareness. teambuilding, coaching,project management, commitment/engagement, reaching a consensus, oral and written communication, conflict management/ giving and accepting feedback and introspectionIBP: carry out a financial and (business) economic assignment with regard to a real enterprise (the so-called key enterprise); work together in team, written and oral communication, to plan and organize and beside it the office software skills. During the year, the student puts together a portfolio of these skills (personal development plan, evidence and reflections upon their portfolio).  Management game: Negotiating assertively, Time- and self- management, solving problems creativelyCCC:competenceday + week in London / Paris / Berlin / Madrid
  • International Programmes At Hub

    1. 1. International ProgrammesHogeschool–Universiteit Brussel
    2. 2. Overview1. HUB intro/recap2. Facts and figures3. International programmes4. Voice of the students5. Admission procedure6. Q&A + discussion
    3. 3. Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (HUB) HUB is the result of the merger between the Brussels-based colleges EHSAL, VLEKHO, HONIM and the university Katholieke Universiteit Brussel (KUB). The HUB cooperates closely with KAHO Sint-Lieven and is part of the K.U.Leuven Association.
    4. 4. Facts & figures• 6,907 students in degree programmes• 9,000 participants in continued education• 1,100 staff• 250 outgoing exchange students• 180 incoming exchange students• 700 foreign degree seeking students from 85 countries
    5. 5. Two main educational divisions• Professional Bachelors• Academic Bachelors and Masters – International programmes: academic programmes in Faculty of Economics & Management
    6. 6. International students Regions 1% 19% Europe The Americas 43% 7% Asia Middle East Africa 19% Refugee 11%
    7. 7. International students350 318 Top 10 nationalities300250200150100 44 50 36 36 29 21 21 18 15 15 0 Belgische Roemeense Duitse Oekraïnse Bulgaarse Russische Turkse Poolse Chinese Italiaanse
    8. 8. English-medium business programmes• English and Economics for Academic Studies (prepatory programme)• Bachelor of Business Administration• Master of Business Administration (International Business Management, Business Information Management, and International Relations)• Master of International Business Economics and Management (for non-economy students)
    9. 9. E&EfAS in preparation for the BBA/MIBEM/MBACommon courses:• Analytical writing skills• Analytical reading skills• Business English• Conversation & Presentation Classes• Listening & Notetaking• Sociology• Intercultural Communication
    10. 10. E&EfAS in preparation for the BBASpecific courses:• Mathematics• Micro-economics
    11. 11. E&EfAS in preparation for the MIBEMSpecific courses:• International Economics• Research methods for business economists• Statistics for business economists• Research project economics and management
    12. 12. E&EfAS in preparation for the MBASpecific courses:• Business statistics• Introduction to economics and management• Research methods for business economists
    13. 13. BBA - MBA• BBA: 3 years; MBA: 1 year (maybe 2 years in the future)• Practice as orientation, science as foundation• Business science, economics and international business• Master thesis (MBA)
    14. 14. BBA - MBA• Entrepreneurial Learning: social profit project, integrated business project, management game, cross cultural competences, business projects• Languages (BBA): English + French ‘Intensive’ or two languages (French, German or Spanish)
    15. 15. BBA - MBA• Three majors, starting in BBA year 3: – International Business Management – Business Information Management – International Relations – After graduation: alumni, job service
    16. 16. MIBEM• For non-economic graduates (Ba or Ma); students from various educational backgrounds• International business economics & management on an academic level• Transfer to MBA the year after under certain conditions (two master degrees in two years)
    17. 17. Admission procedure• Online application tool• Admission requirements: degree/diploma, language test, mathematics test• International admissions office• Website and brochures
    18. 18. Voice of the students: E&EfAS• "Attending E&EFAS has been a great experience for me. The great variety of courses, the international environment and extremely friendly atmosphere have turned this year into a very successful one! Getting to know people from all over the world has definitely enlarged my cultural horizon. Course books and study material appeared to be very well- structured and interesting. Coordinators and teachers were very emphatic and experienced. Besides having increased my English language level enormously, Ive gained all the necessary information to start the BBA confidently.“• Majid Khodadad (Iran)
    19. 19. Voice of the students: BBA• "The professors at HUB give a hands-on experience by holding workshops and open forums where we must put the learnt theory into practice by solving day-to-day problems. The learning team staff holds extra tutorials, which accompany the professor’s lectures and make us use the theory. By receiving extra guidance and exercises, one gains a broader perspective of what we have learnt in the lectures itself. “• Anna Picard (USA), BBA
    20. 20. Voice of the students: MBA• The international atmosphere and fellow students from all over the world offer a remarkable asset. In class we solved problems and applied theory to practice with the help of professors from various fields of expertise. Taking the MBA at HUB helped me take a further step in my professional career as I joined one of the world’s leading IT companies – ASUS - as a marketing manager just a few months after I graduated.• Jani Singh (Finland) – Marketing Manager at ASUS
    21. 21. Voice of the students: MIBEM• "After my Master in Political Sciences I started the MIBEM programme in September 2007. With this extra master I wanted to know more about global business and the world surrounding me… And after a year, I can tell you it was a success! With courses as international economics, financial management and international marketing I got a profound understanding about these new areas. After a few months our knowledge was challenged during a company project. At Unilever Belgium I was able to put my knowledge into practical understanding of the marketing world. This project was the perfect step in my further career. In September 2008 I started as a marketing trainee at Unilever, a dream job for any student who wishes to continue in Marketing.• Marie- Stephanie Somers, Belgium
    22. 22. Q&A• Does your university organize international programmes?• What kind of programmes?• What kind of challenges do you face?• Is the language level of students an issue?

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