Course

Course overview

Would you like to increase your knowledge about business communications in Europe’s emerging markets? And study in Romania? Combine it at the Autumn School in Romania. The Autumn School offers you the unique opportunity to study a module in business communication in Cluj-Napoca in Romania. Key focus at this Autumn School are Europe‘s Emerging markets. - Due to covid 19 restrictions the Autumn School has been postponed until futher notice -

Course content

During this Autumn School you co-write (on your own name) a new issue of our glossy magazine. A professional journal in English on international communication, which you will launch during a self-organised festive seminar, with an after-party. Besides competitive edge classes around emerging markets, the course programme includes team visits to IT and outsourcing companies and an introductory class to Romanian culture.

Cultural activities
Join social and cultural events in Cluj-Napoca, the country‘s second most populous city (also known as Romania‘s technopolis). Fine food, monuments and the local moderate prices make Cluj attractive. Besides you can visit count Dracula‘s castle. The institute hosting the AUAS Autumn School, is the Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, the largest university in Romania, with 39,000 students. Some of whom will join the Autumn School.

Target group

You can particiapte if you are a bachelor student in your 2nd, 3rd or 4th year. Are you a professional and interested in extending your communication knowledge within Europe's emerging markets? Then you are also welcome to enrol.

AUAS Autumn School in Romania dates

This course is 5 days long, starting Monday, November 4th through Friday, November 8th. It is possible to arrive in Romania in the weekend leading up to the course.

Cost

Tuition fees for this course are € 200, excluding optional costs for transportation, accommodation and optional tours.

Admission

To apply for this course we will need a copy of your passport or id-card and a copy of the highest diploma you received. For bachelor students this may include a copy of your propedeutic cerfiticate or an AUAS (HvA) student card.

Study load

This course covers one week. On average, the studyload of this course is over 40 hours.

Class size

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Contact

About the application procedure
Margreet Koning, course's project leader
m.a.koning@hva.nl(opens in new window)

Application

Please keep in mind that the application proces of this course requires you to upload a copy of your passport or id-card together with a copy of the highest diploma you received. For bachelor students this may include a copy of your propedeutic cerfiticate or a student card of the AUAS (HvA). A copy of your drivers license will not be accepted.