Management in Europe «Management in Europe» aims at providing insight into the financial and entrepreneurial system of Switzerland and the EU. The course is organised, in the first line, for 30 students from the Singapore Management University. It is likewise open for exchange students, and for regular students enrolled at the University of St.Gallen. Course information (course no. 4,186,1.00) Classroom learning will be supplemented with compulsory company visits and cultural activities, illustrating and deepening the subjects taught in class. «Management in Europe» offers thereby the opportunity to conduct interesting conversations with practitioners. Feedback of former students shows that the combination of theory and practice as well as the interdisciplinary enable a holistic learning experience. Course structure Module Topics (Lecturer) and dates Modul 1: Services and Banking Service Management (Prof. Dr. Jörg-Michael Gasda) 17 / 20 / 21 May 2019 Banking and Finance (Dr. Andreas Mattig) 6 / 7 / 8 May 2019 Modul 2: Doing Business in Europe Framework Conditions for doing business in Switzerland and Europe (Dr. Stefan Legge) 13 / 14 / 15 May 2019 Entrepreneurship (Prof. Dr. Thierry Volery) 30 April // 1 / 2 May 2019 The four modules will be taught in 18 lessons each (6 lessons per day). Framework Programme Furthermore, the intercultural exchange among the participating students presents an important component of this programme. Therefore they will be encouraged by the social and cultural activities. Framework programme and company visits in 2019 29 April 2019 Welcome Lunch 02 May 2019 Company visit (Entrepreneurship) 09 – 11 May 2019 Excursion to Geneva and Lausanne (Cailler, UN, WTO and Olympic Museum) 07 or 08 May 2019 (TBC) Company visit (Banking and Finance in Switzerland) 16 May 2019 Cultural excursion to Appenzell 21 May 2019 Company visit (Service Management) 23 May 2019 Farewell dinner Due to the various field trips, company visits, and the invitation of external speakers, CHF 500.– will be charged per person. Participation in the programme and the admission to the exam is effective only with due payment of the bill. Course Assessment Written exam (80%, 120 minutes): Module 1 and 2, closed book (in English) Logbook (20%, 3'000-3'500 words): Reflection of learning experience in this course (in English) More information can be found on the meta portal for studies information.