SAO: 2017 Summer Programme (93 programmes in 27 countries)
學生事務部:2017 暑期交流計劃 (27個國家,93個交流計劃)
Ref. No : QKIL-ADM4PVPosted by :QueenieKILou/UMAC
Department :SAO-SDSPosted Date : 13/10/2016
Category :
Bulletin
公告






Dear students, 

Are you planning for your 2017 Summer Programme? Last summer, we offered 71 programmes in 25 countries/regions and 420 students have participated.

The 2017 programmes will be updated continuously. Please find the recently updated programmes below,

JP2 - Kumamoto University, Japan (2017 Details)
TW4 - Sun Yat Sen University , Taiwan (Programme Cancelled)
FR2, FR6 & HG1 - ESSCA Angers, Paris and Budapest Programme (Programme Fee on exchange basis)

TW2 - Taipei University, Taiwan (Programme information)
TW1 - Chiao Tung University, Taiwan (Programme information)
CN1 - Renmin University of China, China (Programme Fee and Quota)

CN2 - Sun-Yat Sin University, China (Programme Brochure)

PT1 - ISCTE Business School, Portugal (Programme fee updates
)
PO1 - Summer University Warsaw (2017 Details, Programme Fee, Courses)
HK3 - The Hong Kong Baptist University, HK (English Proficiency updates)
SG1 - GEM Trailblazer summer NTU, Singapore (English Proficiency updates)
HK2 - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK (English Proficiency updates)
CA1 - University of Victoria, Canada (ISIBM A - June Programme is cancelled)
CN2 - Sun-Yat-Sen University, China (Programme information)
RU1 - Russian New University (2017 Details)

MG1 - National University of Mongolia, Mongolia (Programme information)
CA2 - University of British Columbia, Canada (Air Ticket Information)
US16 - HKAC and UM Summer programs, US (Itinerary. quota limit and cost information)
JP8 - Kyoto Women's University, Japan (Requirements, English schedule and included official website)
US7 - Temple University, US (Quota limit, English requirement and accommodation of Option 1)
FR1 - IESEG School of Management, Lille - Paris, France (Course)
US16 - HKAC and UM Summer programs, US (Accommodation)
JP5 - Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan (Japanese requirement)
FR3 - ESCE Paris - La Defense, Campus Eiffel, France (Course, quota limit and accommodation information)
JP8 - Kyoto Women's University, Japan (Quota limit)


Schedule (Please attend our "Briefings" for more detailed information)

Summer Programme 2017
Date
Time
Item
Venue
Remarks
19 Oct, 9 Nov, 30 Nov
10:30 - 11:30
General Briefing
E31, Room 1002
9 Jan - 10 Feb 2017
2017 Summer Programme Exhibition
E5 - E31 Corridor
11 & 12 Jan
17:00 - 18:00
General Briefing
E31, Room 1001
General Briefing PPT (2017/01/12)
6 - 17 Feb
---
On-line Application (Deadline 17 Feb 2017)
---
17 Jan
10:00 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
12:00 - 13:00
15:00 - 16:00
16:00 - 18:00
Programme Briefing
Singapore, Malaysia, Korea
India, Hong Kong, Russia, Portugal
Belgium, France, Italy
Japan, Hungary
USA
E31, Room 1002

18 Jan

10:00 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:00
12:00 - 13:00
15:00 - 16:00
16:00 - 17:00
17:00 - 18:00
Programme Briefing
Taiwan (TW1 - TW7)
Taiwan (TW8 - TW9), China, Mongolia
Greece, Israel, Canada
Australia, Austria, Netherlands,Norway
Germany, Poland
Sweden, Spain, UK
E31, Room 1002
8 & 15 Feb
14:30 - 17:00
Enquiry Sessions
E31, Room 2006
24 Feb
---
Results Announcement
---
25 Feb - Mar 6
---
Submission: Supplementary documents & Agreement letters
---
26 Apr
14:30 - 15:30
Pre-departure Meeting
E4, Room G078
Points to Note


On-line Application
Application Result and Confirmation
Requirement
Sponsorship (Reference from 2016) For summer programme frequently asked questions, please download --> Here
Any other enquiries, please e-mail to sao.summer@umac.mo

Programmes Information
Below we have 93 programmes in 27 countries for your selection!!!
2017 programmes will be updated continuously!!!

Canada


4 Summer Programmes in Canada
============================================================================================================

1. 2017 International Summer Institute for Business Management (ISIBM) (Updated information for 2017)
CANADA, British Columbia: University of Victoria

SAO Code: CA1
Programme Type: G2
Duration:
For undergraduate students
ISIBM A: June 19– July 7, 2017 (CANCELLED)
ISIBM B: July 3-27 2017
Courses Offered:
Module 1: Business Communication
Module 2: International Business, Entrepreneurship and Service Management
Website (undergraduate programme): http://www.execprograms.uvic.ca/InternationalSummerInstituteBusinessManagement

For graduate students

SGBS : June 26-July 21, 2017
Programme Type: G3
Courses Offered:
- Global Strategy
- Cross Cultural Management
- Social Entrepreneurship

Website (graduate programme): http://execprograms.uvic.ca/summer-graduate-business-studies

UMacau Application Deadline: 17 Feb 2017

Quota: No Limit (nomination from UMacau is required)

2017 Programme Fee
Programme
Details
Programme Fees in CAD
Registration Deposit in CAD
ISIBM A: June 19– July 7, 2017
ISIBM B: July 3-27 2017
  • academics (instruction, exam, class materials, Certificate of Completion, Records of Grades)
  • housing (campus residences)
  • meals (on-campus cafeteria, meal cards)
  • activities (Whale watching, sightseeing and club night,etc)
  • Academics (instruction, exam, class materials, Certificate of Completion, Records of Grades)
ISIBM A:
Original: $4350 + 5%Tax = $4567.5
After Scholarship:
($200 for UMacau nominated students)
$4150 + 5% =
$4357.5 (CANCELLED)

ISIBM B:
Original : $4500 + 5%Tax =$4725
After Scholarship:
($200 for UMacau nominated students)
$4300 + 5%Tax =
$4515



ISIBM A: $500+5%=$525 (CANCELLED)

ISIBM B: $600 + 5% = $630
SGBS : June 26-July 21, 2017
  • on-campus executive housing
  • course materials
  • class-related field trip and activities
  • company visits
Original : $5000 + 5%Tax = $5250

After Scholarship:
($200 for UMacau nominated students)
$4800 + 5%Tax =
$5040
$600 + 5% = $630

*Programme video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca4yfw8_a1o
============================================================================================================
2. Vancouver Summer Programs 2017 (Updated information for 2017)
CANADA, British Columbia: University of British Columbia

SAO Code: CA2
Programme Type: G2
UMacau Application Deadline: 17 Feb 2017
Quota: No Limit (nomination from UMacau is required)
Website: https://vancouversummerprogram.ubc.ca/
Program Packages Details: http://vancouversummerprogram.ubc.ca/july/course-packages

2017 Programme Fee
Programme
Programme Fee (CAD)
Details
Information
Vancouver Summer Programme
July 15 to August 15, 2017
$ 4,750
Programme fee includes:
  • tuition
  • course materials
  • accommodation
  • medical insurance
  • airport transfer
  • city tour
  • orientation
  • other social and cultural events
JULY 2017 VSP Overview.pdfJULY 2017 VSP Overview.pdf
JULY 2017 VSP Next Steps Guide.pdfJULY 2017 VSP Next Steps Guide.pdf
JULY 2017 VSP Poster.pdfJULY 2017 VSP Poster.pdf
JULY 2017 VSP UBC Course Package Descriptions.pdfJULY 2017 VSP UBC Course Package Descriptions.pdf

Each course is approximately 39 hours of class time. Classes are interactive and often include group work and discussions. Evaluation may include assignments, group projects, papers, exams, and participation marks. Please note that VSP courses do not receive UBC credit but credit may be granted by the student’s home university (at its discretion).

Special Airfare offered by UBC:
On the actual date of arrival and departure, i.e. July 15 to August 15, the airfare is about HK$6,500 and if students arrive earlier and depart later the fare will be about HK$6,000 including tax. These tickets are all on first-come-first-served basis. The air ticket request form will be available after the announcement of result.

Refund Policy
A $100 non-refundable cancellation fee will be charged to participants withdrawing after the program fee has been paid. Other administrative charges may be incurred if withdrawing close to the start date. Refunds will be processed only after classes are finished. Please note, after submitting refund request details, it takes at least 2 months from that time for the refund to reach the accounts where the wire originated.

Visa
Participants with a citizenship that requires a visa for Canada (for example students from India) will need to apply for a visitor visa at the closest Canadian Consulate or Embassy in order to take part in the program. To find out if you need a visa, please visit: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas-all.asp

* Participants must be proficient in English (all classes will be taught in English) and have a strong academic background.



============================================================================================================
3. English for the Global Citizen (EGC) 2017 (Updated information for 2017)
CANADA, British Columbia: University of British Columbia

SAO Code: CA3
Programme Type: G2
UMacau Application Deadline: 17 Feb 2017
Quota: No Limit (nomination from UMacau is required)
Website: http://eli.ubc.ca/egc/index.html
Requirements:
Participants must be at least 18 years of age and have a minimum elementary level of English.

Programme Dates
Programme Fee (CAD):
Accommodation
Dormitory Type
Jun 26 - Jul 14 (3 weeks)
$1810 Full-time/ $1304 Part-time
*Application fee $150
Campus-Stay / Homestay
(subject to availability)
Students will be placed to homestay if campus-stay is full.


Accommodation Availability: https://eli.ubc.ca/accommodation/availability.html
Campus:
Campus placement fee $100 (non-refundable),
Campus stay fee is $32 per night (campus stay fee does NOT include meals)

HomeStay:
Homestay Placement Fee $200 (non-refundable)
Homestay fee is $35~40/night to be paid directly to your homestay at the beginning of each month.
* Student must give 30 days' notice before moving or leaving homestay
Jul 10 - Aug 4 (4 weeks)
$2405 Full-time / $1735 Part-time
*Application fee CAD 150
Jul 17 - Aug 4 (3 weeks)
$1810 Full-time/ $1304 Part-time
*Application fee CAD 150
The FT (full-time) price means students will attend class Monday through Thursday from 9am to 3:45pm and Fridays from 9am to 12:30pm. The PT (part-time) schedule is only Monday through Friday 9am to 12:30pm.
The afternoon classes that are a part of the FT program include a theme-based group project which PT students would not be a part of. It is a great way for students to work together, research and give presentations on a theme in the area of global citizenship, civil society or sustainability and therefore we do recommend they take the FT program.

Sample Weekly Schedule
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
09:00-12:30
Morning class
English Skills
Morning class
English Skills
Morning class
English Skills
Morning class
English Skills
Morning class
Theme-based lecture, discussion
12:30-13:30
Lunch break
Lunch break
Lunch break
Lunch break
13:30-15:45
Afternoon class
Theme-based group project
Introduction
Afternoon class
Theme-based group project
Research & Prep
Afternoon class
Theme-based group project
Research & Prep
Afternoon class
Theme-based group project
Presentation, Assessment

============================================================================================================
4. McGill International Summer Program 2017 (Updated information for 2017)
CANADA, Montreal, Quebec: McGill University

SAO Code: CA4
Programme Type: G3
Duration: July 15 – August 13, 2017
UMacau Application Deadline: 17 Feb 2017
Quota: No Limit (nomination from UMacau is required)
Website: http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/international-summer
Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/McGillISP

Entry Requirements:
- Any undergraduate student currently enrolled full-time in university, having completed at least one full year of studies in good academic standing.
- Students from all disciplines, such as: business, science, arts, engineering, law, etc., are encouraged to apply.

Courses:
Programme details
Programme Fee (CAD) :
Includes 2 courses:

Course 1: Management in Global Context (3 credits)

Course 2: Global Branding (3 credits)

*Each course has 39 contact hours granting three (3) North American credits, equivalent to six (6) ECTS credits. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure their home university will grant transfer credits.

*Any undergraduate student currently enrolled full-time in university, having completed at least one full year of studies in good academic standing. Students from all disciplines, such as: business, science, arts, engineering, law, etc., are encouraged to apply.

Programme fees include:
  • tuition and course materials
  • programmatic outings
  • local cultural outings
  • company visits
  • trips to Quebec City, Toronto & Niagara Falls
  • double accommodation with Internet access
  • ancillary fees
  • catered lunch provided on class dates

The fee does not include:
  • health and travel insurance
  • airfare
  • personal expenses
Non-refundable deposit (applied to programme fee) : CAD 800

Cost with dormitory double accommodation: $8,808 (approx.)
Total cost:
$9,608 (approx.)


Remarks:
A student visa may be required for some countries. However, a visitors visa may be sufficient depending on your country of residence. Please consult: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp
** 15% off programme fee for 5 students who register together in this programme

Student Affairs Office