Spend three weeks of your summer studying at one of the best business universities in the Baltic countries. Whether you are a graduate or undergraduate, enroll in the ISM Summer University and enjoy your time studying. The exact dates, courses and format of the Summer University will be announced in the winter of 2020, so stay tuned.
Why ISM Summer University?
The ISM Summer University in the Baltics will enable students to study during the best time of the year in one the fastest changing regions of Europe:
The following courses are suggested for the ISM Summer University in the Baltics 2017. Each course will be lectured in English and take place in the morning or in the afternoon session (4 times a week – 3 weeks long). The examination will take place on the last day of the course. Each student can select one or two courses. If a course will not be selected by a minimum number of 15 students, it will not be delivered during the program and the students who have selected such a course will be offered an opportunity to choose from remaining two courses.
International project management (6 ECTS)
The international project management course is designed to help students understand the complexities of project work in an international environment. Students will learn to analyze complex project problems in a broader economic, social and cultural context. The course covers the main project management topics that are essential in maintaining competitiveness in real-life business situations.
After attending the course students will be able to use relevant consulting and management methods when dealing with their internal and external stakeholders; feel more confident about accepting responsibility for new projects and be better able to stay in control of projects in an increasingly global marketplace.
Macroeconomics (6 ECTS)
The contents of the Macroeconomics course cover the basic objectives of macroeconomics, and an understanding about basic macroeconomic indicators – gross national product, gross domestic product, and national income. Topics under discussion in this course include aggregate demand and supply, Keynesian and classic views on aggregate amounts, monetary and fiscal policies, unemployment and inflation, economic growth, and issues in international trade. The major macroeconomic problems of Lithuania and EU will be discussed for the practical part of the class. This is a course in intermediate macroeconomics, designated for students with knowledge in basic economics. Its objective is to present theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for studying the overall economic structure of a country. Students will know how to analyze the most important macroeconomic phenomena, and the impact of governmental macroeconomic policies on participants in the economy. This course trains skills in comprehension and analysis of macroeconomics policies.
Lithuania and Vilnius in short
The final application deadlines for the ISM Summer University in the Baltics will be announced in the winter of 2021.
The transfer should be made to ISM University of Management and Economics account:
ISM University of Management and Economics, UAB Aušros Vartų str. 7A Vilnius, LT-01304 Lithuania Company code 111963319 Company VAT code LT119633113 AB DNB Bankas, Bank code 40100 SWIFT AGBLLT2X Settlement account LT57 4010 0495 0043 6891
* Please note that we need to have all the required documentation before the 30th of March, 2020. Final payment deadline is 30th of April 2020
For general inquiries:
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For academic issues:
Tadas Šarapovas, Assoc. Prof. Dr.
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