The purpose of the Doing Business in Europe programme is to provide practical ideas about doing business in Europe especially in the context of Brexit and the reshaping of commercial relationships between European Union (EU) countries and the United Kingdom. Inside the EU, these relationships are also modified indirectly after Brexit since the EU is faced with the loss of a major international power and second largest contributor to the EU budget leading to a reassessment of themselves their roles and functions. Another issue concerns the division between EU members about whether the EU purpose should now be to create a major free trade zone or to move to political integration. This issue that has never been settled and comes into sharp focus with the departure of the United Kingdom.


Rennes School of Business

Program Details

Online Summer Programme: Doing Business in Europe


France (Virtual)

Experience Type

Virtual Short-Term Exchange


29th June to 9th July 2021


2 weeks

Language of instruction



*Note: as this is not equivalent to 4.5 UniSA units, you may need to complete an additional assessment piece.

Program fee

No program fee

Funding available

Part of student exchange agreement. Students stay enrolled at, and pay normal tuition fees to UniSA.


Rennes 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
  • Available to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students

Other Information

  • 7.5 ECTS is equivalent to 4.5 UniSA units
  • Final credit pre-approval to be determined by your Program Director
  • Classes will be a mixture of real-time and recorded
  • 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.

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