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Doing Business in Italy (Luxury Retail & Branding)
(B86.3111.0A)

Milan, Italy

  

"Doing Business in Italy" aims to give participants a total experience in the high fashion and luxury industries. Students will attend class sessions with expert professors and speakers from the industry and visit luxury and fashion stores and companies. The course will be enriched by some events in the evening, and the opportunity to meet and network with Bocconi’s international students who are currently specializing in fashion and luxury.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits and cultural events. 

Students will receive 1.5 Stern credits for this course.   

 


 

Doing Business in Spain and the European Union
(B86.3115.0A)

Madrid, Spain

  

"Doing Business in Spain and the European Union" course modules will include: The European Welfare State in Transition, The Transformation of the Spanish Economy, The Political Development & The Economic and Regulatory Model of the European Union, and Entrepreneurship in Europe.This program is in collaboration with IE Business School.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits and cultural events. 

Students will receive 1.5 Stern credits for this course. 


 

Doing Business in Argentina
(B86.3303.0A)

Buenos Aires
, Argentina 


"Doing Business in Argentina" is an intensive course exploring global business opportunities and challenges of doing business in Argentina in the context of Latin America and the world economy. The subjects covered include: Argentinean culture, economic history; economics of emerging markets, finance and entrepreneurship and in-culture marketing strategy.

The program addresses the perspective and business strategic opportunities of both global corporations, as well as small and medium size companies. It covers key Argentinean industries, such as finance, retail, wine, entertainment and media. The course structure includes lectures, presentations and discussions led by Universidad de Palermo faculty experts, speakers, faculty debriefing on visits and speakers, individual and group projects, as well as local cultural activities.


Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course.

 


 

Doing Business in Australia
(B86.3304.0A)

Melbourne, Australia

  

The "Doing Business in Australia" offered in collaboration with the Stern School of Business and Melbourne Business School gives an overview of doing business in Australia, including an introduction to the Australian economy, history and culture. Lectures and seminars on a wide range of functional areas draw out some differences between this region and other regions, particularly North America. Three Australian industries are highlighted: wine, sports and finance.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits, projects and cultural events.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course. 

 


Doing Business in China (Beijing)
(B86.3305.0A)

Beijing, China

  

"Doing Business in China (Beijing)" at Guanghua School of Management gives an overview of doing business in China, including an introduction to Chinese economy, history and culture. Lectures and seminars on a wide range of topics allow students to:

  • Understand the drivers of China‘s phenomenal economic growth over the last 25 years and future trends
  • Appreciate the uniqueness of the Chinese market, organizations, and social structure
  • Learn how firms conduct marketing, branding, human resources and strategic management in China
  • Identify business opportunities in China

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits, projects and cultural events.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course.



 

 

Doing Business in China (Hong Kong)
(B86.3307.OA)

Hong Kong, China


"Doing Business in China (Hong Kong) aims to give an insightful and detailed understanding of China’s business environment today and tomorrow. The course will be taught by professors from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Specific objectives are:
  •  to give an overview of the China context;
  •  to give an understanding of what is going on (from a Western and a Chinese perspective);
  •  to discuss business opportunities and a framework to evaluate them;
  •  to highlight structural problems.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits and cultural events.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course.


 

 Doing Business in Asia (Singapore)
(B86.3309.0A)

Singapore, Singapore

  

The “Doing Business in Asia” course offered in collaboration between NYU Stern and NUS Business School is designed to allow NYU Stern students to appreciate and contrast the opportunities and challenges in doing business in the Asian countries. The course will cover the countries of South Asia, South East Asia and North Asia (do note that Middle East and Central Asia will not be covered in the course). Subject areas covered will be business policy, corporate governance, legal aspects, strategy, marketing & branding, services management and cross cultural management. Lectures by NUS faculty will be complemented by corporate visits to successful businesses, both Asian and Multinational Firms (e.g. Singapore Airlines, Asia Pacific Breweries and Samsung). Students will also have the opportunity to interact and meet Asian business leaders, during the program. The program requires active participation from all involved, there will be project presentations and discussions on relevant topics, facilitated by the NUS Business School faculty members. The program will also be complemented with social and cultural activities, which will give students a flavor of all the various ethnic and cultural groups that make up the diverse and beautiful population of Singapore.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course. 

 


 

Doing Business in India (Bangalore)
(B86.3310.0A)

Bangalore, India

  

"Doing Business in India" gives an introduction to India’s economy, history and culture through the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. Lectures and seminars on a wide range of functional areas draw out some differences between this region and other regions.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits, assignments, projects and a cultural event.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course. 

 


 

Doing Business in Brazil
(B86.3311.0A)

Sao Paolo, Brazil

  

"Doing Business in Brazil" provides a vision of Brazil's political, economic and social aspects to NYU Stern students in collaboration with the Escola de Administracao de Empresas de Sao Paulo. Some of the topics taught by professors in courses include: Brazilian Culture, History of Latin America, Legal Aspects of Doing Business Brazil, Economy Aspects in Latin America.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits, projects and cultural events.

Students will receive 3 Stern credits for this course. 

 



 Doing Business in Hungary/ Central and Eastern Europe
(B86.3313.0A)

Budapest, Hungary

  

"Doing Business in Hungary" provides an overview of current management challenges and opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe for Stern Students by the Central European University Business School. The program will provide students with an opportunity to experience first-hand how Central European firms operate across borders within the European Union (EU). There will be a focus on how the political, regulatory, and legal institutions of Central Europe and the EU can in turn discourage or promote business among the EU member states of Central Europe. The presentations will focus on: the rapidly changing political environment; evolution in the regional labor market; product and service innovation; the recent emergence of environmentalism and social responsibility; all in a highly complex and multicultural environment. The program brings participants face-to-face with managers, scholars and other key decision makers in central Europe who are both leading and adapting to the ongoing change taking place in the business world.

The course includes lectures, case studies, guest lectures, company visits and cultural events. 

Students will receive 1.5 Stern credits for this course.