International Modules

(Last updated in: 11/25/2016 - 3:44pm)

Through its International Relations Department, the FGV/EBAPE runs a string of international modules each year for its institutional partners, grounded on reciprocity agreements that are part of its internationalization strategy.  The activities encompassed by this strategy include international modules open to professional Master’s students who do not have the same international exposure opportunities as those signed up with other EBAPE programs.

The school strives to ensure that its professional Master’s students become involved with matters that are important to society, as well as local, regional and multi-regional business contexts and customs, particularly in terms of the location of a specific international partner, resulting in a better understanding of how to do business in different parts of the world.

HOST INSTITUTION DATE THEME
IE Business School, Madrid, Spain January 2013 Doing Business in Spain
University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA January 2015 International Business and Logistics Immersion Course
Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal July 2015 Luxury Market Management
Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile January 2016 Chile’s Development Model
ESADE, Barcelona, Spain July 2016 Innovation and Design Thinking

The efforts undertaken by the FGV/EBAPE to offer international exposure to its students are based on reciprocity, welcoming groups of graduate students from its international partners at short duration on-site courses addressing a variety of themes.  Check out some of the past programs below:

HOST INSTITUTION DATE THEME
GEMBA (Georgetown University & ESADE) November 2011 Doing Business
George Washington University 2011 Short Program on Doing Business
Rutgers University May 2011 Short Program on Doing Business
Wharton University January 2011 Doing Business in Emerging Economies – Energy Sector
IE Business School October 2012 Doing Business in Brazil
Wharton University January 2012 Doing Business in Emerging Economies – Energy Sector
Wharton University January 2013 Doing Business in Emerging Economies – Energy Sector
IE Business School October 2013 Doing Business in Brazil
ESADE January 2014 The Olympic Games
Purdue March 2014 Doing Business
Wharton January 2014 Doing Business in Emerging Economies – Energy Sector
ESADE January 2015 Change Management in Organizations
Wharton January 2015 Doing Business in Emerging Economies – Energy Sector
Católica Lisbon School of Business and Economics January 2016 Rio and mega-events
ESADE March 2016 Change Management in Organizations
Universidad de Chile September 2016 International Seminar: The State, Public Administration and Society: Brazil Project