Purpose and Strategy of the International Business Studies Exchange Network (IBSEN)
Representatives from the business faculties of 10 universities representing Europe, Asia, and North America
- Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Czech University of Life Sciences, Czech Republic
- Hallym University, South Korea
- H. Asper School of Business (University of Manitoba), Canada
- Izmir University of Economics, Turkey
- Northern Michigan University, USA
- South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland
- The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
- Université Polytechnique Hauts-De-France, France
- University of Cagliari, Italy
To increase intercultural competences and support professional growth of students and staff (academic and administrative) at multicultural level.
- To optimise, help, catalyse, and multiply the efforts for succeeding in academic internationalisation.
- To share and benefit from best practices, successes and challenges.
- To build and sustain efficient and productive long term international relationships.
- To foster innovation in teaching methodology based on applied research.
- To exchange student and staff among partner institutions.
- To develop active and fruitful working academic relationships among students and staff.
- To facilitate student cooperation among partners.
- To participate in international calls of various types.
- To support students seeking international internships/placements.
- To promote cooperation/alliances between companies, public organisations and universities.
- To arrange opportunities to discuss and share experiences.
- To establish formalised bilateral or multilateral agreements.
- To establish double degrees, joint degrees, and common academic programmes.
- To ensure the continuity of active membership and mutual support.
- To develop innovative teaching methods.
- To develop joint teaching material.
Concept for meetings:
- Twice a year (May and November) – the date depends on the host university
- 2 or 3 days
- each meeting will have 4 sessions (teaching, business/ institutions, internal meetings, interaction) – each one half a day except of business/ institutions
IBSEN meeting May 2019 at Hallym University, South Korea
IBSEN meeting November 2019 at Izmir University of Economics, Turkey
For more information, please visit the ibsen website: https://www.ibsen-network.com/