Courses for incoming exchange students Spring 2019

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Courses for incoming exchange students

Spring 2019

LILLE

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General Information International Exchange Coordinators at Study Abroad Contact Information the Studies Department

IESEG School of Management 3, rue de la Digue 59000 LILLE www.ieseg.fr + 33 320 545 892

Marie Molinari-Lemaire: Office E121 Europe, Africa, South and Latin America [email protected]

Virginie Lamour: Office E121 North America, Asia, Middle East, Oceania [email protected]

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Course Selection Course Catalogue

Course descriptions / syllabus are available on the ONLINE COURSE CATALOGUE. When you look for course syllabus on http://univ.univ-catholille.fr/ouracademic-departements/searchcourse.asp: : select IÉSEG in “School or Faculty”, then press “search” without setting any more specificities in your research. With the full list of courses offered at IÉSEG, just do “Ctrl + F” (quick search) and enter the course title in the little window which just opened. The word / title you are looking for will appear in blue on the page and then you can click on the course title to get the syllabus.

Program

Exchange students can be enrolled ONLY in the Grande Ecole Program courses: 3-year Bachelor level Program covering the fundamentals of management followed by a 2-year Master in Management Program in which the students deepen their management knowledge and choose a specialization. The other programs are not open to them. Course Syllabi

French language courses

Beginner level A1.1: 2 ECTS (30h40) Upper beginner level A1: 2 ECTS (30h40) Pre-intermediate level A2: 3 ECTS (30h40) Intermediate level B1: 3 ECTS (30h40) Advanced level (Français des affaires 2) B2: 3 ECTS (18h40) NO ONLINE REGISTRATION: ONLY WITH THE FRENCH TEST LEVEL French classes are not mandatory.

If you want to take French courses as a “free listener”, please register before January 18th at the Office E121.

Each course syllabi details: course code (class code), level (program in which the course is given, please choose when written “Bachelor” or “Master” only), year (1 to 5), period (semester), language of instruction, prerequisites, learning outcomes, course description, class type, assessment, readings Language

Most of the courses are taught in English or French. Please check the last letter of the course code: F = French / E = English Bien prononcer le français (A1.1/A1): French prununciation course ; 1 ECTS Découverte de la France (B1): Discovering France ; 2 ECTS Préparation au DELF (B1/B2): 3 DELF preparation ; 2 ECTS

ONLINE REGISTRATION required

Course Registration Course load

The typical course load is between 20 ECTS and 30 ECTS (credits) per semester. One ECTS credit is equivalent to twenty-five hours of work (including contact hours). If you are allowed to take less than 20 ECTS, please ask your home coordinator to send an email to [email protected] or [email protected] • Courses Format

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Intensive course Extensive course Seminars

Pre-requisites

Please check the courses prerequisites if you want to be enrolled in the lectures.

Finance courses will be hard to follow, especially at the Master level if Finance is not your major. No enrollment in 2nd foreign language courses at a beginner level.

Course Pre-Selection

Students need to refer to the attached course list only. “IESEG ONLINE” is IESEG intranet, available to students once they are at IÉSEG. Course schedules are available on IESEG ONLINE: http://www.ieseg-online.com/ : Login with your user name and password. Go to “Timetable” on the right, then click on “Modules” and select the required courses. Check when they are planned and if they match each other (1 overlap per course allowed: 3 hours per course per semester allowed). For the timetable of the intensive courses, please refer to the attached intensive schedule. You are required to pre-select courses on IESEG ONLINE. Click on “My studies” and enter your login and password, Click on “course registration”. ONLINE COURSE PRE-REGISTRATION:

From Tuesday 8th January, MIDDAY to Wednesday 9th January, MIDDAY. 4

NO FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS

Course Registration Important remarks



Please note that you are not allowed to take more than one intensive course per week.



Course clashes: you are allowed to have 3 hours of overlaps per course per semester. If you have an overlap, you have to go to your intensive or seminars in priority.



Do not forget to take an appointment to have an individual interview with an academic advisor to check timetable clashes (forms on the door of office E121).



Unfortunately we cannot guarantee enrolment in any course, even if they are required by your home university. You should be prepared to select new courses if your initial requests are not available.



We reserve the right to withdraw registrations in case some courses reached their enrolment limit. We may ask you to change some of your choices - even after the add and drop period.



There will be regular changes in your schedule (rooms, timeslots) during the semester, so please check your schedule on IESEG online and your IESEG mailbox every day.

Add and Drop Period

For one week, until Friday 18th January, MIDDAY, your requests for course changes will be taken into account: After the closing date, changes will not be allowed. Please fill in the form attached to add or drop a course. Only 1 form per student, per day is allowed. The forms must be given to Marie Molinari Lemaire or Virginie Lamour at office E121. No request by email. During the add and drop period: No registration allowed on Friday afternoon (after midday) for a course starting the next Monday. Cancellation of intensive courses possible after the first lesson only (Monday afternoon). After 18th January 2019, you will not be allowed to drop any courses even if you have failed them or to add them even if they are required by your Home University. To check your course list, please click on “timetable” on IESEG ONLINE, “students” and “Member of “

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Learning Expectations Grading

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The French grade system is a scale out of 20 points. Grades usually come from a mix of written examinations, essays, research papers, attendance and class participation: please check the course description in the course catalogue. Exchange students need at least 10/20 to validate their courses (Master and Bachelor courses).

Plagarism and Academic Dishonesty

Plagiarism is the use of another’s words or ideas without acknowledgment of the source. In France, it is considered as a serious offence. The consequences of proved or even suspected plagiarism can be severe. We take plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty very seriously. Academic dishonesty includes copying exam papers, assignments or term papers and presenting material as if it was your own. Disciplinary action will be taken against students who are academically dishonest.

Exams

BACHELOR LEVEL: Extensive courses: Mid-term exams in October+ final exams at the end of the semester (see academic calendar), Intensive courses (Code in FININ, DEVIN…) Final exams are usually organized at the end of the week, on Fridays. MASTER LEVEL: Extensive courses: Final exams usually at the end of the semester (see academic calendar), Intensive courses: Final exams usually organized at the end of the week, on Friday mornings. •

The exact dates of final exams will be communicated by email during the semester. Absences



Attendance is expected for all classes. • In case of absence, bring a doctor or hospital certificate, a death certificate or an OFII letter to the office E121 within the week (except for seminars and extensive bachelor courses: no doctor certificate accepted). • If you have a time clash, please inform your professor by email and check if you won’t miss any test. 6

Learning Expectations Transcripts of Grades

Transcripts are sent only to partner universities and not to students. They are sent at the beginning of February for the students who completed their exchange program during the fall semester and at the beginning of July for the students who stayed the whole academic year or during the Spring semester. They are sent once you have approved by email the draft version of the online transcript and completed all the administrative procedures: paid all the required fees (including French health insurance) and given back the books to the Library.

Important

You cannot leave the School before the end of the exam session - if you have chosen extensive courses -. NO PARTICULAR EXAM SESSION WILL BE ORGANISED FOR STUDENTS WHO DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE ACADEMIC CALENDAR.

Retake Exams

You have the possibility to recover your credits if you have less than 10/20. The retake procedure will be sent by email at the end of each semester. You’ll be able to sign up online. If you fail an extensive Bachelor course, you have the possibility to retake the exam in February/March during the resit period. If you fail any other course, you can ask for a distance extra assignment that you will do from home at the end of the semester. However, you need to meet the three following conditions to retake a bachelor intensive course and a master intensive or extensive course: • You attended all the classes of the course (if you were absent, you need a medical/OFII certificate to be excused) • You handed in all reports, projects… • You took the final exam (if applicable) 7

Learning Expectations Fields Specific ofmodules Study: (Bachelor level)

Field Course Title

Code

Credits

FIN

Module FINANCE: CORPORATIONS AND MARKETS

FININ-EI07PE

6



Financial analysis and valuation

FININ-EI07AE

2



Corporate Financial Management

2



Money and capital markets

FININ-EI07BE FININ-EI07CE HRMIN-EI08PE HRMIN-EI08AE

6 2

HRMIN-EI05BE HRMIN-EI08CE

2

Module WORKING & COMMUNICATING ACROSS CULTURES

ITCIN-EI06PE

6



French Culture

ITCIN-EI06AE

2



Intercultural communication

ITCIN-EI06BE

Acting for relational efficiency and self-affirmation

Module FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING

ITCIN-EI06CE MKTIN-EI13PE

2 2



Product Management

MKTIN-EI13BE

2



Consumer behavior: new trends and tendencies

MKTIN-EI13CE

2



Global Brand Management

2 6

HRM

ITC

Module MANAGING PEOPLE 

Fundamentals of Management 1 – Organisational Behavior



Fundamentals of Management 2 – HRM



Fundamentals of Management 3 – Leadership and change



MKT

2

2

6

NEG

Module ESSENTIALS SALES, PURCHASING, NEGOCIATION

MKTIN-EI13AE NEGIN-EI06PE

ECO

 Sales essentials  International purchasing  Applied negotiation essentials Module GLOBAL AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

NEGIN-EI06AE NEGIN-EI06BE NEGIN-EI06CE ECOIN-EI04PE

2 2 2 6

 Corporate culture and innovation  Norms and international affairs  Contemporary French business and society

ECOIN-EI04CE ECOIN-EI04AE ECOIN-EI04BE

2 2 2

Grading system: Each course can be taken separately (2 ECTS per course). The passing grade is 10/20 to get the 2 ECTS. The whole module is composed of 3 courses. If you register for all the courses of a module, you will be registered for the entire module (6 ECTS per module). IMPORTANT: You need to get an average grade of 10/20 for the whole module to obtain the full credits of the module.

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Academic calendar SPRING 2019

JANUARY

Tuesday 8th January – Saturday 12th January 2019

Orientation seminar for exchange students

Saturday 12th January to Friday 18th January 2019, MIDDAY

Add and drop period for exchange students

Monday 14th January 2019

Start of courses (all years)

Wednesday 20th February morning to Tuesday 26th February 2019 evening

Retake exam period for all extensive bachelor courses from Fall 2018

Saturday 16th February midday to Monday 25th February 2019 morning

Half-term Holidays - bachelor 1 & 2 and master courses (Lille campus)

Monday 11th March morning to Saturday 16th March 2019 evening

Bachelor 1&2 courses – mid-term examinations (courses will be scheduled at the same time)

FEBRUARY

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

Monday 18th March 2019 evening to Saturday 23rd March 2019 midday Saturday 13th April midday to Tuesday 23rd April 2019 morning

Bachelor 1 & 2 - Spring holidays for Lille Campus

Monday 15th morning to Friday 19th April 2019 midday

Bachelor 3 - Resits for semester 2

Saturday 27th April to Monday 6th May 2019 morning

Master students - Revision period for final exams

Thursday 4th May morning to Thursday 9th May 2019 morning

Bachelor 1 & 2 - Revision period for 2nd semester final exams

Monday 6th May morning to Wednesday 22nd May 2019 evening

Master courses – final examinations

Thursday 9th May morning to Wednesday 29th May 2019

JUNE

Bachelor 3 courses – final examinations

Monday 17th June morning to Friday 21st June 2019 evening

Bachelor 1 & 2 courses – final examinations Bachelor 1 & 2 - Resit exams 9

ECTS CODE If we take the example of "CIVIL LAW“, the ECTS code of the course is: “1819-IESEG-BA1S1S2-LAWB1-CE01UF”. 1st part of the course code

1819-IESEG-BA1S1S2 : Specific code to the Lille Catholic University which means that the course is offered in 2018-2019, at IESEG, during the first year of Bachelor cycle (BA1), on each of both semesters (S1S2) Choose courses with code indicated in BOLD below (Programme Grande Ecole). BA1 (1st year of Bachelor cycle) BA2 (2nd year of Bachelor cycle) BA3 (3rd year of Bachelor)

Year of study

Period of study

BB3 (3rd year of Bachelor In Business) M (Master) IN (Courses only available for exchange students) MIB (Master in International Business) IMB (International MBA) MFM (Master in Fashion Management) MDM (Master in Digital Marketing) MAC (Master in Accouting) MFI (Master in Finance) MBC (Master in Business Analysis & Consulting) MBK (Master in Investment banking and capital Markets) S1 (semester 1 : only from September to December) S2 (semester 2 : only from January to May) Y (year : staggered all over the academic year)

2nd part of the course code Example 1 : LAWB1-CE01UF : specific code to IESEG - Grande Ecole Program Example 2 : LANMFMCE01UE : specific code to IESEG - Post Graduate Programs The first 3 letters characterize the field of study to which the course is attached. In the example above LAW indicates the field of study.

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ECTS CODE Fields of Study:

Field

Meaning

Field

ACC

Accounting

MIS

DEV ECO

Personal Development Economics

MKT NEG

ENT FIN IBE

OPS PRO QMS

ITC LAN

Innovation and entrepreneurship Finance International Business and Economics Interculturality Language

HRM

Human Resources Management

THE

LAW

Law

RES STR

Meaning Management in Information Systems Marketing Negotiation and Sales Management Operations Management Professional Project Quantitative Methods Research Strategy and corporate social responsability Thesis / Consulting Project

Example 1 : 4 th and 5th characters of this second part of ECTS code refer to the year in which the course is proposed: B1, B2 or B3 indicate that this is a Bachelor course in 1st, 2nd or 3rd year, MA: a Master course, AP: course from the Apprenticeship Master, IN: course for exchange students and TR: transverse course such as certain options as a second modern language. 7th and 8th characters of the ECTS code refer to the type and the format of course. In the case of our example, the law course is a core course (C) given in extensive format (E). Example 2 : 4th, 5th and 6th characters of this second part of ECTS code refer to the year in which the course is proposed: MIB : courses intended to MIB students. MFM : courses intended to Fashion Management students PGP : common courses for postgraduate programs 7th and 8th characters of the ECTS code refer to the type and the format of course. In the case of our example, the law course is a core course (C) given in extensive format (E).

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ECTS CODE Type of course (7th character)     

C (Core course) E (Elective) F (Obligatory track electives in Master) T (Track course in Master) O (Optional course)

Course format (8th character)  



E (Extensive : course taught over several weeks) I (Intensive : course taught in concentrated shape over one week, including evaluation) S (Seminar : course taught in concentrated shape generally not exceeding 3 days)

The number 01 is a number attributed to the course. The next to last letter of the code indicates if it is a module including several courses ( P) or a unique course (U). The courses connected to a module are identified by letters A, B or C. The last letter of the code (F) means that the course is taught in French; E meaning English, A: Arabic, G: German, C: Chinese, I: Italian, P: Portuguese, R: Russian, S: Spanish and X: multilingual.

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List of courses available for exchange students LILLE CAMPUS - 2018-2019 Spring semester (changes may occur) ECTS CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

ACCB1-CE01UE

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

3,50

ACCB1-CE01UF

COMPTABILITE GENERALE ET FINANCIERE (Advanced French level required)

3,50

ACCIN-EI02UE

MANAGEMENT CONTROL

2,00

ACCMA-EE09UF FISCALITE D'ENTREPRISE (Advanced French level required)

2,00

ACCMA-EE24UF TECHNIQUES COMPTABLES APPROFONDIES I (Advanced French level required)

2,00

ACCMA-EI43UE

AUDITING: A PRACTITIONER CASE-BASED APPROACH

2,00

ACCMA-EI53UE

FRAUD INVESTIGATION AND FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

2,00

ACCMA-EI61UE

MANAGING FIRM CONSTRAINTS WITH ACCOUNTING DECISION TECHNIQUES

2,00

ACCMA-EI64UE

ADVANCED FINANCIAL REPORTING UNDER US AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

2,00

ACCMA-EI68UE

APPLYING IFRS

2,00

ACCMA-EI73UE

BIG DATA AND ACCOUNTING

2,00

ACCMA-EI74UE

TAX PLANNING

2,00

DEVB1-CE02UE

GLOBAL HISTORY

2,50

DEVB1-CE02UF

HISTOIRE GLOBALE (Advanced French level required)

2,50

DEVB1-CE08UE

WRITING TO CONVINCE

1,50

DEVB1-CE08UF

ECRIRE POUR CONVAINCRE (Advanced French level required)

1,50

DEVB1-CE10UE

WORK SOCIOLOGY

2,00

DEVB1-CE10UF

SOCIOLOGIE DU TRAVAIL (Advanced French level required)

2,00

DEVB2-CE02UE

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH DRAMA

1,00

ECOB1-CE02UE

TOOLS FOR MICROECONOMICS ANALYSIS

3,50

ECOB1-CE02UF

OUTILS DE L'ANALYSE MICROECONOMIQUE (Advanced French level required)

3,50

ECOB1-CE03UE

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND EXCHANGES

2,00

ECOB1-CE03UF

ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE ET ECHANGES (Advanced French level required)

1,75

ECOB2-CE02UE

CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

1,50

ECOB2-CE02UF

ECONOMIE INTERNATIONALE CONTEMPORAINE (Advanced French level required)

1,50

ECOB2-CE03UE

CONJUNCTURE AND ECONOMIC FLUCTUATIONS

2,50

ECOB2-CE03UF

CONJONCTURE ET FLUCTUATIONS ECONOMIQUES (Advanced French level required)

2,50

ECOB3-EE06UF

ENTREPRISE ET DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE (Advanced French level required)

2,00

ECOB3-EE08UF

JUSTICE SOCIALE ET EFFICACITE ECONOMIQUE : LE DEFI DE L'ETHIQUE DE L'ECONOMIE DE MARCHE (Advanced French level required)

2,00

ECOIN-EI04PE

GLOBAL AFFAIRS & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (Module composed of 3 courses : ECOIN-EI04AE / ECOIN-EI04BE / ECOIN-EI04CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it)

6,00

ECOIN-EI04AE

NORMS & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

2,00

ECOIN-EI04BE

CONTEMPORARY FRENCH BUSINESS & SOCIETY

2,00

ECOIN-EI04CE

CORPORATE CULTURE & INNOVATION

2,00

ENTMA-EE34UE

THE ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE

2,00

ENTMA-EI14UE

SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT & REPORTING

2,00

ENTMA-EI16UE

ENTREPRENEURIAL TEAMS

2,00

ENTMA-EI25UE

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND OPENNESS: USING LEGAL TOOLS TO ENHANCE INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND RELATED INVESTMENTS

2,00

ENTMA-EI27UE

ADVANCED STRATEGY & NEW MANAGEMENT THEORIES

2,00

ENTMA-EI33UE

PRACTISING 360 DEGREE INNOVATION

2,00

ENTMA-EI35UE

HOW TO SET UP AN ON-LINE BUSINESS

2,00

FINB2-CE02UE

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

3,50

FINB3-CE01UE

CORPORATE FINANCE

3,00

FININ-EI07PE

FINANCE: CORPORATIONS AND MARKETS (Module composed of 3 courses : FININ-EI07AE / FININ-EI07BE / FININ-EI07CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it)

6,00

FININ-EI07AE

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND VALUATION

2,00

FININ-EI07BE

CORPORATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

2,00

FININ-EI07CE

MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS

2,00

FINMA-EI106E

INTRODUCTION TO BANKING

2,00

FINMA-EI109E

BANKING VALUATION (pre-requisite to take at Ieseg: "FINMA-EI106E: Introduction to banking")

2,00

FINMA-EI10UE

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

2,00

FINMA-EI51UE

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT

2,00

FINMA-EI57UE

ETHICS IN FINANCE

2,00

FINMA-EI68UE

INTRODUCTION TO INSURANCE INDUSTRY

2,00

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ADVANCED FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

2,00

FINMA-EI93UE

COMPLIANCE IN THE FINANCIAL INDUSTRY

2,00

HRMB2-CE01UE FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN BEHAVIORS

3,00

HRMB3-CE03UE INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

2,50

HRMB3-CE04UE FUNDAMENTALS OF ORGANIZATION

2,00

HRMB3-EE05UE TOOLS FOR EFFECTIVE PEOPLE MANAGEMENT

2,00

HRMIN-EI08PE

MANAGING PEOPLE (Module composed of 3 courses : HRMIN-EI08AE / HRMIN-EI08BE / HRMIN-EI08CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it)

6,00

HRMIN-EI08AE

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT 1 - ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR

2,00

HRMIN-EI08BE

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT 2 - HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

2,00

HRMIN-EI08CE

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT 3 -LEADERSHIP AND CHANGE

2,00

HRMMA-EI10UE

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF AN HR LEADER

2,00

HRMMA-EI12UE

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

2,00

HRMMA-EI16UE

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

2,00

HRMMA-EI19UE

COACHING SKILLS FOR HR MANAGERS

2,00

HRMMA-EI30UE

RECRUITMENT AND EMPLOYER BRANDING

2,00

HRMMA-EI33UE

MANAGING EMPLOYEE DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

2,00

HRMMA-EI34UE

GLOBAL LABOUR LAW FOR MANAGERS

2,00

HRMMA-FI03UE

PERFORMANCE AND COMPENSATION

2,00

HRMMA-FI31UE

EMPLOYEE SELECTION

2,00

IBEMA-EE52UE

DOING BUSINESS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

2,00

IBEMA-EE86UE

STRATEGY FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

2,00

IBEMA-EE87UE

ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

2,00

IBEMA-EI17UE

POLICY AND MANAGEMENT FOR AGING POPULATIONS: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH

2,00

IBEMA-EI36UE

EFFICIENCY AND BENCHMARKING IN BANKING

2,00

IBEMA-EI71UE

THE ECONOMICS OF ADVERTISING

2,00

IBEMA-EI73UE

UNDERSTANDING INDIA FOR BUSINESS

2,00

IBEMA-EI77UE

PRODUCTIVITY AND BENCHMARKING IN BANKING

2,00

IBEMA-EI84UE

MONETARY POLICY AND CENTRAL BANKING

2,00

IBEMA-FE81UE

STRATEGY OF FIRMS LOCATION

2,00

IBEMA-PI81UE

DOMINANT FIRMS AN EC COMPETITION POLICY

2,00

ITCB3-EE02US

EL MUNDO HISPANO

2,00

ITCIN-EI06PE

WORKING AND COMMUNICATING ACROSS CULTURES (Module composed of 3 courses : ITCIN-EI06AE / ITCIN-EI06BE / ITCIN-EI06CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it)

6,00

ITCIN-EI06AE

FRENCH CULTURE

2,00

ITCIN-EI06BE

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

2,00

ITCIN-EI06CE

ACTING FOR RELATIONAL EFFICIENCY & SELF ASSERTION

2,00

ITCMA-EE01UE

MANAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY

2,00

ITCMA-EE03UE

ACTUALIDAD POLITICA EN AMERICA LATINA Y ESPANA (course taught in Spanish)

2,00

LANB1-CE12UG

GERMAN 2

1,50

LANB1-CE13UC

CHINESE 2

1,50

LANB1-CE14US

ESPANOL POR TEMAS 2

1,50

LANB1-CE17US

ESPANOL PARA LA COMUNICACION 2

1,00

LANB1-CE18UG

DEUTSCH FUR KOMMUNIKATION 2

1,00

LANB1-CE20UC

CHINESE FOR COMMUNICATION 2

1,00

LANB2-CE05UC

CHINESE FOR COMMUNICATION 4

1,00

LANB2-CE09US

ESPANOL PARA LA COMUNICACION 4

1,00

LANB2-CE10UG

DEUTSCH FUR KOMMUNIKATION 4

1,00

LANB2-CE11UE

ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS 4

2,00

LANB2-CE12UG

GERMAN 4

1,50

LANB2-CE13UC

CHINESE 4

1,50

LANB2-CE14US

SPANISH 4

1,50

LANB3-CE12UC

CHINESE 6

1,50

LANB3-CE12UG

DEUTSCH 6 INTERKULTURELLES WIRTSCHAFTSPARTNER DEUTSCHLAND

1,50

LANB3-CE13US

SPANISH 6

1,50

LANB3-EE34US

PREPARACION PARA DELE

2,00

LANIN-OE01UF

FRENCH COMPLETE BEGINNER A1.1 (REGISTRATION WITH FRENCH TEST ONLY)

2,00

LANIN-OE02UF

FRENCH PRE INTERMEDIATE A2 (REGISTRATION WITH FRENCH TEST ONLY)

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FRENCH INTERMEDIATE B1 (REGISTRATION WITH FRENCH TEST ONLY)

3,00

LANIN-OE05UF

DECOUVERTE DE LA FRANCE SOUS LES ASPECTS INSTITUTIONNELS, ECONOMIQUES, CULTURELS (B1 level required)

2,00

LANIN-OE06UF

PREPARATION AU DELF B1 ET B2 / PREPARATION FOR DELF B1 AND B2 (B1 or B2 level required)

2,00

LANIN-OE14UF

BUSINESS FRENCH B2 (REGISTRATION WITH FRENCH TEST ONLY)

3,00

LANIN-OE15UF

BIEN PRONONCER LE FRANCAIS / FRENCH PRONUNCIATION (A1/A1.1 level required)

1,00

LANIN-OE17UF

FRENCH UPPER BEGINNER A1 (REGISTRATION WITH FRENCH TEST ONLY)

2,00

LANTR-OE11UC

CHINESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE12US

SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE13UI

ITALIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE19UG

GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE23UR

RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE31UP

PORTUGUESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LANTR-OE37UA

ARABIC AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LV2) (no online registration. You will receive an email in January to register for that course) (Good level of French required)

2,00

LAWB1-CE01UE

CIVIL LAW

3,50

LAWB1-CE01UF

DROIT CIVIL (Advanced French level required)

3,50

LAWB2-CE01UE BUSINESS LAW

3,50

LAWB2-CE01UF

3,50

DROIT DES AFFAIRES (Advanced French level required)

LAWB3-CE05UE ADVANCED BUSINESS LAW

1,50

LAWB3-EE07UE

PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

2,00

MISB2-CE01UE

INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS

2,50

MISB3-CE01UE

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3,50

MISIN-EI02UE

DIGITAL REVOLUTION : DISRUPTIONS IN OUR SOCIETIES AND ECONOMIES

2,00

MISMA-EE67UE

WORKPLACE TRANSFORMATIONS IN A DIGITAL WORLD

2,00

MISMA-EI44UE

MANAGING INNOVATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA

2,00

MISMA-EI62UE

CYBERSECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT

2,00

MISMA-EI68UE

TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY

2,00

MISMA-EI77UE

LOCATION ANALYTICS

2,00

MKTB1-CE01UE

INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING

2,50

MKTB2-CE01UE

MARKETING MANAGEMENT

3,50

MKTIN-EI02UE

STRATEGIC MARKETING

2,00

MKTIN-EI06UE

DIGITAL STRATEGY

2,00

MKTIN-EI13PE

FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING (Module composed of 3 courses : MKTIN-EI13AE / MKTIN-EI13BE / MKTIN-EI13CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it).

6,00

MKTIN-EI13AE

GLOBAL BRAND MANAGEMENT

2,00

MKTIN-EI13BE

PRODUCT MANAGEMENT

2,00

MKTIN-EI13CE

CONSUMER BEHAVIOR : NEW TRENDS AND TENDENCIES

2,00

MKTIN-EI14UE

WEB MARKETING

2,00

MKTMA-EE76UE ADVERTISING AND COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY

2,00

MKTMA-EI04UE

CRM/ CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

2,00

MKTMA-EI09UE

ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETING

2,00

MKTMA-EI101E

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

2,00

MKTMA-EI103E

SALES FORECAST

2,00

MKTMA-EI106E

CONSUMER INSIGHT AND SELF CONCEPT

2,00

MKTMA-EI112E

MARKETING AND INNOVATION

2,00

MKTMA-EI118E

MARKETING FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

2,00

MKTMA-EI11UE

INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR

2,00

MKTMA-EI13UE

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

2,00

MKTMA-EI17UE

MARKETING IN NORTH AMERICA

2,00

MKTMA-EI23UE

RETAIL MARKETING STRATEGY

2,00

MKTMA-EI32UE

IMPROVING BRAND VALUES

2,00

MKTMA-EI45UE

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING IN EMERGING MARKETS

2,00

MKTMA-EI51UE

CRM IN SMALL BUSINESS

2,00

MKTMA-EI54UE

PERSUASION IN MARKETING COMMUNICATION

2,00

MKTMA-EI59UE

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING STRATEGY SIMULATION (pre-requisite to take at Ieseg: "MKTMA-EI13UE: International Marketing")

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2,00

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List of courses available for exchange students MKTMA-EI70UE

HIGH TECHNOLOGY MARKETING

2,00

MKTMA-EI77UE

OFFLINE BRAND COMMUNICATIONS

2,00

MKTMA-EI85UE

MARKETING STRATEGY

2,00

MKTMA-EI99UE

CHILDREN AS CONSUMERS

2,00

NEGB2-CE01UE

SALES TECHNIQUES

1,50

NEGB2-CE01UF

TECHNIQUES DE VENTE (Advanced French level required)

1,50

NEGB3-CE07UE

INTRODUCTION TO NEGOTIATION

1,50

NEGIN-EI06PE

ESSENTIALS SALES, PURCHASING, NEGOCIATION (Module composed of 3 courses : NEGIN-EI06AE / NEGIN-EI07BE / NEGIN-EI06CE) (No online registration. You will be automatically enrolled in this module if you register for the 3 courses which are part of it)

6,00

NEGIN-EI06AE

SALES ESSENTIALS

2,00

NEGIN-EI06BE

INTERNATIONAL PURCHASING

2,00

NEGIN-EI06CE

APPLIED NEGOTIATION ESSENTIALS

2,00

NEGMA-EE01UE IMPORT-EXPORT: SELLING AND NEGOTIATING

2,00

NEGMA-EI02UE

SALES MANAGEMENT

2,00

NEGMA-EI05UE

INTERNATIONAL SALES AND COMMERCIAL LAW

2,00

NEGMA-EI12UE

INTERNAL SELLING

2,00

NEGMA-EI18UE

CROSS-CULTURAL RELATIONSHIP MARKETING AND NEGOTIATIONS

2,00

NEGMA-EI19UE

INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION AND DIPLOMACY

2,00

NEGMA-EI22UE

MANAGING CONFLICT THROUGH MEDIATION

2,00

NEGMA-EI26UE

BUSINESS ETHICS IN COMMERCE

2,00

NEGMA-EI32UE

LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATIVE NEGOTIATION

2,00

NEGMA-EI35UE

NEGOTIATION PLANNING AND STRATEGY

2,00

NEGMA-EI43UE

NEGOTIATION CONTRACTS AND LAW

2,00

NEGMA-EI47UE

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

2,00

NEGMA-EI50UE

BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN EMERGING MARKETS

2,00

NEGMA-EI55UE

PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT

2,00

OPSB2-CE01UE

INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

2,50

OPSB3-CE05UE

INDUSTRIAL REALITIES

2,50

OPSMA-EI07UE

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS

2,00

OPSMA-EI11UE

SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT

2,00

OPSMA-EI27UE

ENTERPRISE SIMULATION OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

2,00

OPSMA-EI32UE

WAREHOUSE DESIGN AND OPERATIONS

2,00

OPSMA-EI58UE

APPLIED OPTIMISATION AND HEURISTICS

2,00

OPSMA-EI65UE

PERFORMANCE METRICS

2,00

OPSMA-EI70UE

INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

2,00

OPSMA-EI72UE

THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE - MANAGING THE EXPECTED

2,00

OPSMA-EI77UE

21ST CENTURY GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: RELATIONSHIP ERA

2,00

OPSMA-EI79UE

HANDS-ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT

2,00

OPSMA-EI80UE

DECISION TOOLS FOR OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

2,00

OPSMA-EI83UE

BUSINESS CONTINUITY OPERATIONS AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT

2,00

QMSB1-CE02UE DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

3,50

QMSB1-CE02UF STATISTIQUE DESCRIPTIVE (Advanced French level required)

3,50

QMSB2-CE04UE INTRODUCTION TO DATA ANALYSIS

1,50

QMSB2-CE04UF INTRODUCTION A L’ ANALYSE DE DONNEES (Advanced French level required)

1,50

QMSB2-CE05UE INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS

1,50

QMSB2-CE05UF INTRODUCTION A L’ECONOMETRIE (Advanced French level required)

1,50

QMSB2-CE06UE INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMISATION METHODS

1,50

QMSB2-CE06UF INTRODUCTION AUX METHODES D’OPTIMISATION (Advanced French level required)

1,50

QMSB3-CE07UE ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS

2,00

QMSB3-CE08UE ADVANCED DATA ANALYSIS

2,00

QMSB3-CE09UE ADVANCED OPTIMIZATION METHODS

2,00

STRB3-CE01UE

FUNDAMENTALS OF STRATEGY

2,50

STRB3-EE06UF

ONG/ASSOCIATIONS, FINANCEMENT ET RELATIONS AVEC LES ENTREPRISES ET FONDATIONS: ENJEUX ET OUTILS (Advanced French level required)

2,00

STRBB3CE03UE INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT

2,00

STRBB3CE05UE BUSINESS MODEL AND INNOVATION

2,00

STRMA-EI05UE

2,00

GAME THEORY IN BUSINESS

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Intensive Courses BACHELOR LEVEL - LILLE - Spring 2019 - exchange students Week 3 (14/01/19 => 18/01/19)

Week 4 (21/01/19 => 25/01/19)

Week 5 (28/01/19 => 01/02/19)

Week 6 (04/02/19 => 08/02/19)

Management control ETZOL Pascal

Fundamentals of management 3 leadership and change RADON David

Norms and international affairs BENTALAB Siham

Intercultural communication HARTMANN Heidegroup 2

MORNING 8:00 am-12:20 Fundamentals of management 1 organisational behaviour ILLINGWORTH Juanita

Contemporary french business and society BAKUNDA Pierre-Célestin

French culture THELLIER Gael Carol

Applied negotiation Essentials STORME Martin

Global brand management ZEUGNER ROTH Katarina

Intercultural communication DOUGLAS Grant group 1

AFTERNOON 1:10 pm - 5:30 pm Financial analysis and valuation EUGSTER Nicolas Week 7 (11/02/19 => 15/02/19)

Week 8 (18/02/19 => 22/02/19)

Week 9 (25/02/19 => 01/03/19)

MORNING 8:00 am-12:20

Fundamentals of management 2 - HRM ILLINGWORTH Juanita

AFTERNOON 1:10 pm - 5:30 pm

Digital strategy THEVENY Jean-Patrick

Half-term holidays - Bachelor 1 and 2, Master

Sales Essentials REFFET Catherine

Week 11 (11/03/19 => 15/03/19)

Week 12 (18/03/19 => 22/03/19)

Week 13 (25/03/19 => 29/03/19)

International purchasing NEWLANDS David

Consumer behavior: new trends and tendencies OCAL ATINC Yasemin

Acting for relational efficiency and selfaffirmation LE ROY Isabelle

Week 10 (04/03/19 => 08/03/19)

Money and capital markets COGNEAU Philippe

Week 14 (01/04/19 => 05/04/19)

MORNING 8:00 am-12:20

AFTERNOON 1:10 pm - 5:30 pm

Web marketing MARTEL Eric Week 15 (08/04/19 => 12/04/19)

Week 16 (15/04/19 => 19/04/19)

Corporate financial management COGNEAU Philippe

Week 17 (22/04/19 => 26/04/19)

Week 18 (29/04/19 => 03/05/19)

Strategic marketing BORGES Carolina

Corporate culture and innovation NDZOGHA Cyrille

MORNING 8:00 am-12:20

AFTERNOON 1:10 pm - 5:30 pm

Digital revolution: disruptions in our societies and economies THEVENY Jean-Patrick

Product Management FINK Mitchell

AUDIT

MIS

DEV

FINANCE

NEGOTIATION

ECO

HRM

MARKETING

ITC

Intensive Courses MASTER LEVEL Lille - Spring 2019 - exchange students: MORNINGS 8:00-12:20 Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6 (4 days)

(14/01/19 => 18/01/19)

(21/01/19 => 25/01/19)

(28/01/19 => 01/02/19)

(04/02/19 => 07/02/19)

1

ADVANCED FINANCIAL REPORTING UNDER US AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS Pierre HILAL

SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT & REPORTING Simone DE COLLE

FRAUD INVESTIGATION AND FORENSIC ACCOUNTING George MICKHAIL

ENTREPRENEURIAL TEAMS Cyrine BEN-HAFAIEDH

2

COMPLIANCE IN FINANCIAL INDUSTRY Guillaume de Lamazière

RECRUITMENT AND EMPLOYER BRANDING Elliroma GARDINER

APPLYING IFRS Sofie VAN DER MEULEN

CHILDREN AS CONSUMERS Monali HOTA

3

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING IN EMERGING MARKETS Group 01/02 Monali HOTA

HIGH TECHNOLOGY MARKETING Piet VANDENABEELE

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND OPENNEsS: USING LEGAL TOOLS TO ENHANCE INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND RELATED INVESTMENTS Cristiana SAPPA

INTERNAL SELLING Fawaz BADDAR

4

MARKETING IN NORTH AMERICA Coral SNODGRASS

INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION OF CONSUMER BEHAVIOR Fatma GUNERI

INTRODUCTION TO BANKING Aurore BURIETZ

MANAGING CONFLICT THROUGH MEDIATION Ann-Sophie DE PAUW

5

SALES MANAGEMENT Greg MARSHALL

PERFORMANCE METRICS Peter JACOBSEN

PERFORMANCE & COMPENSATION Amandine RUAS

INTERNATIONAL ENTERPRISE PROJECT MANAGEMENT Olivier SIRVEN

21th CENTURY GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Michele SCOTT

UNDERSTANDING INDIA FOR BUSINESS Jacob VAKKAYIL

6

7

BUSINESS ETHICS IN COMMERCE Mark JOHNSTON

8

APPLIED OPTIMISATION AND HEURISTICS KERSTENS, Kristiaan

9

CRM IN SMALL BUSINESS Paul HARRIGAN

1 2

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

(11/02/19 => 15/02/19) AUDITING: A PRACTITIONER CASE-BASED APPROACH Dorothy MC ALEER

(18/02/19 => 22/02/19)

(25/02/19 => 01/03/19) BIG DATA AND ACCOUNTING Christof BEUSELINCK

(04/03/19 => 08/03/19) COACHING SKILLS FOR HR MANAGERS Sylvie LOTS

CAREER DEVELOPMENT Peter FIRKOLA

3

TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS Christine DI MARTINELLY

4

BUSINESS CONTINUITY OPERATIONS AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT (start on Tuesday) Elias HADZILIAS

5

MARKETING FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD Yoshiko DEMOTTA

HALF-TERM OLIDAYS - BACHELOR 1,2 and MASTER

ADVANCED STRATEGY & NEW MANAGEMENT THEORIE Brigit KLEYMANN

EFFICIENCY AND BENCHMARKING IN BANKING Kris KERSTENS

ADVANDED FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS Nicolas POLOUNOVSKY

PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT Caroline BRETON

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING Katharina ZEUGNER-ROTH INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION AND DIPLOMACY Valon MURTEZAJ DECISION TOOLS FOR OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Majid ESKANDARPOUR CROSS CULTURAL RELATIONSHIP MARKETING AND INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS Fawaz BADDAR

6 7

Week 11

Week 12

Week 13

Week 14

(11/03/19 => 15/03/19)

(18/03/19 => 22/03/19) MANAGING FIRM CONSTRAINTS WITH ACCOUNTING DECISION TECHNIQUES David HARRISON

(25/03/19 => 29/03/19)

(01/04/19 => 05/04/19)

TAX PLANNING Cinthia VALLE RUIZ

INTRODUCTION TO INSURANCE INDUSTRY Hervé AKOUN

GAME THEORY IN BUSINESS Prem CHANDRANI

PRACTISING 360 DEGREE INNOVATION Dennis CHEEK

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE Fabrizio CASALIN

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Linda DOWLING-HETHERINGTON

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT David LANNOY

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF AN HR LEADER Ken SAEY

GLOBAL LABOUR LAW FOR MANAGERS (no class on Tuesday) Maximiliano MARZETTI

THE ECONOMICS OF ADVERTISING Gary FERRIER

PRODUCTIVITY AND BENCHMARKING IN BANKING Kris KERSTENS

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING STRATEGY SIMULATION Katharina ZEUGNER-ROTH

1

ETHICS IN FINANCE Aneta HRYCKIEWICZ

2

EMPLOYEE SELECTION Scott BEHSON

3

POLICY AND MANAGEMENT FOR AGING POPULATIONS : A COMPARATIVE APPROACH James TIESSEN

4

TECHNOLOGY AND STRATEGY Li QIN

5

IMPROVING BRAND VALUES Véronique PAUWELS

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING IN EMERGING MARKETS Group 02/02 Monali HOTA CRM/ CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Sandrine ARON

6

ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETING David FITZGERALD

NEGOTIATION CONTRACTS AND LAW (no class on Tuesday) Maximiliano MARZETTI

7

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT John FORD

SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT (start on Tuesday) Elias HADZILIAS

CYBERSECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT Christine ABDALLA MIKHAEIL

MARKETING STRATEGY Carolina BORGES

OFFLINE BRAND COMMUNICATIONS Tina TESSITORE

BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT IN EMERGING MARKETS Peter BATT

8

LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATIVE NEGOTIATION Valon MURTEZAJ

CONSUMER INSIGHT AND SELF CONCEPT Burçak ERTIMUR

WAREHOUSE DESIGN AND OPERATIONS Elias HADZILIAS

9

THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE - MANAGING THE EXPECTED - Group 01/02 Elmar KUTSCH

THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE - MANAGING THE EXPECTED - Group 02/02 Elmar KUTSCH

ENTERPRISE SIMULATION OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Peter JACOBSEN

10

INTERNATIONAL SALES AND COMMERCIAL LAW Jean-Robert FAURE

Week 15

Week 16

(08/04/19 => 12/04/19)

(15/04/19 => 19/04/19)

1

HOW TO SET UP AN ON-LINE BUSINESS Gaëtan MOURMANT

MONETARY POLICY AND CENTRAL BANKING Matthieu PICAULT

2

BANKING VALUATION Guillaume TIBERGHIEN

MANAGING INNOVATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA Eoin WHELAN

3

MANAGING EMPLOYEE DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION BYRNE, Janice

MARKETING AND INNOVATION Chris DELPIERRE

4

DOMINANT FIRMS AN EC COMPETITION POLICY Michel GLAIS

PERSUASION IN MARKETING COMMUNICATION Valérie DUCHAUSSOY

5

LOCATION ANALYTICS Jennifer ZIEGELMAYER

SALES FORECAST Ruben CHUMPITAZ

6

NEGOTIATION PLANNING AND STRATEGY Pascal DA ROCHA

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION Maximiliano MARZETTI

7

HANDS-ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT Stefan CREEMERS

AUDIT-CONTROL

ENT

DEV

FINANCE

NEGOTIATION

OPS

HRM

MIS

IBE

MARKETING