Short, Non-Degree Programs

As part of the GLIMPSE dual degree program and as described in the student mobility scheme, students will attend a short, non-degree program in one or two of the partner institutions.

Please find below a description of the short programs offered in each school:

At ESSEC, students will choose 2 one-week courses, offered at the following periods: early October, early January, end of February, mid April. 
Sample of available courses (subject to modification):  Negotiation Workshop; Managing Plans and Projects; Organizational Theory and Behavior; Intercultural Management; Luxury Retail Management; International Luxury Distribution; IS/IT for Managers; Strategy and Management; International Strategy and Management; Marketing Management; Management Control.

At KU Leuven, students will attend the summer course “The EU Inside Out”. The summer course takes place over 2 weeks from the end of June to mid-July. 
Students will choose two majors among the following: European law; Doing business with Europe(ans); European politics and policies; Population and social issues.

At KDI School, students will attend one session of the summer semester. Students can choose among two sessions: Session 1 from mid May to mid June or Session 2 from late June to early August. Regulation courses are offered during the summer sessions, as well as a special lecture series by OECD practitioners for 2 weeks in late August.

At SNU-GSIS, students will join the following summer course: “Seminar on Area Studies: East Asia in the Modern World”. The program lasts 6 weeks and takes place from late June to early August.