HAN's International School of Business is more than a place of learning. It’s a place where students, staff, researchers and professionals come together in a community. Your studies will take place entirely online Monday through Friday, and you will follow synchronous lectures 4 hours a day and spend some time on self-study.

Data driven decision making in marketing: In the first week you will get a sound foundation in data science for business. Learn about data preparation and storytelling with data. Then learn to relate this knowledge to marketing and sales. You will then have a chance to put theory into practice! You work in a small team on a business-related project. You also get to participate in some fun online social activities with your fellow students from around the world!

Supply Chain Management: You will learn how to put logistics knowledge to use in real-life situations. How to combine global, green and innovation techniques in your supply chain strategies. Communicate and collaborate better. Learn about Dutch logistics history. Experience Europe’s largest seaport: the Port of Rotterdam. And more!

Institution/Provider HAN International School of Business
Program Details Online Summer School 2021
Country Netherlands (Virtual)
Experience Type Virtual Short-Term Exchange
Dates 21st June - 2nd July 2021
Duration 2 weeks
Language of instruction English
Credit 4 ECTS per course
*Note: as this is not equivalent to 4.5 UniSA units, you will need to complete an additional assessment piece. This will be a 1500-word Reflective Journal about your experience.
Program fee €150 (approx. AUD$235)
Funding available Part of student exchange agreement. Students stay enrolled at, and pay normal tuition fees to UniSA.
Website HAN Website
  • You must have a UniSA Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 or above
  • You should have no more than 9 failed units in the program in which you are currently enrolled
  • At point of application, you must have completed and passed at least 18 units of your current program
  • You must be able to get approval from your Program Director that a minimum of 4.5 units credit will be awarded towards your current program for your overseas study
  • Not currently available to UniSA Online students
Other Information

7.5 ECTS is equal to 4.5 UniSA units

Final credit pre-approval to be determined by your Program Director
Virtual International Experiences may be run outside of normal study hours - please check on the program provider website to ensure the contact times suit your schedule

Application deadline Students must apply to UniSA by the 12th April 2021


How to apply

Applicants must complete an online Application Form with UniSA by clicking Apply Now below.

Please note: We recommend that you don't pay any program fees (if relevant) until your application has been approved by UniSA. This includes Program Director credit pre-approval.

Questions? Any questions, please contact short.programs@unisa.edu.au

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