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HUMANE-EFMD Summer School - Transforming Higher Education Professional Services - Berlin, September 15-20, 2019

BERLIN : TRANSFORMATION : SUMMER
Looking to develop the higher education leadership and management skills amongst your senior staff?
HUMANE - EFMD Summer School
2019 edition

Applications are now open for the ever popular HUMANE and EFMD annual Summer SchoolTransforming Higher Education Professional Services". Once again it will be delivered at the iconic Freie University Berlin on September 15-20, 2019.

For more detailed information, visit our Summer School website.

Run as an intensive residential programme for middle and senior managers directly involved in – or aspiring to be part of - transformation programmes, the Summer School aims to deliver a game-changing learning experience for its participants.

The programme is designed as a dynamic, hands-on learning experience, with practical case-based teamwork a central feature of the programme design. You'll gain a thorough understanding of the different models and approaches which are critical to the decision-making and execution processes when leading and managing transformation programmes. And you'll be learning and working in a vibrant, multi-national team of university professionals from across Europe, as well as from countries further afield.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn from leading experts and practitioners, and to enhance your international professional networks! Click here to read what past participants have to say about the Summer School.

The Summer School is now open for online applications.

Please complete the online application form, where applicants will be asked to submit:

  • A one-page statement describing their interests and background
  • A short curriculum vitae of no more than two pages
  • A letter of support from the head of administration or the equivalent senior managers.

Apply here for the HUMANE-EFMD Summer School – Deadline: 15 May 2019

For further information contact the Schools Coordinator Cécilia Heidelberger, or visit the HUMANE website.