The best summer school program in South East Europe was created 5 years ago and now benefits from a partnership with the World Bank and a presence of top regional and global speakers from: Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School and many other leading business schools. In addition, top CEO’s in Romaniaare invited to give special guest lectures.
Over 1.000 students from over 15 countries have already applied for the program, but only a carefully-selected class of 35 is selected each year. They benefit from an unforgettable and intensive 2 weeks of intense study against the backdrop of the picturesque city of Sibiu, Romania.
The fourth edition of Business Summer School that will take place between 14th – 27 of August 2011.
Among the confirmed speakers for BSS 2011 you can find:
Andrei Hagiu – Harvard Business School
Andreea Petreanu, Director Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bogdan Ciobotaru, Vicepresident Morgan Stanley, London
Dominic Bruynseels, CEO BCR, Erste Group
Petru Vaduva, CEO Tiriac Holdings
The uniqueness of BSS in Romania is given by the teaching methodology used – case study based – usingrelevant case studies published by Harvard Business Review and partner companies. Lecturers will focus on the current financial and economic crisis and will go through its effects on the world economy.
Make new friends
Students come from across the world and bond together as they spend much time together. Unforgettable trips around town and in the area, discussions, debates and class workshops all add to the special connection that is invariably created.
Have a question?
Our online details about academics and program dates, application to the program, tuition fee, courses, activities, and more is available on our website: www.businessschool.ro. But if you don’t find the information you are looking for there, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can apply to the BSS online. Whilst the application deadline is AUGUST 1, admission decisions are made on a rolling basis and students are advised to apply as early as possible to avoid disappointment.