(Last Updated On: February 14, 2020)
SAO Programme CodeNW1
SAO Programme TypeG1
Programme Period22 June – 17 July 2020
(Welcome Information on 20 June 2020)
U Macau Application Deadline21 February 2020
Quota5
Official WebsiteClick HERE
(Please visit the programme official website for the latest information)
CoursesIntercultural Management

4 key learning modules: 

Week 1: focus on intercultural management 
Week 2: institutional factors, leadership and marketing in focus within a Scandinavian perspective 
Week 3: Multisensory marketing in offline and digital spaces
Week 4: cross cultural negotiation skills within a Scandinavian perspective in focus

Programme Fee1,250 Euros
Accommodation490 – 890 Euros
English Requirement*A testimonial (在學證明) issued by the Registry was accepted as an English proficiency document if the medium of instruction of your major is English. Please choose the version of testimonial which states the medium of instruction and the document should be in English.
RequirementMinimum 1 year of university education required to apply

*SAO reserves the right to change the programme type/amount of sponsorship based on the actual expenses spent during the trip.

(Very Unsatisfied 1 – 4 Very Satisfied)

Overall experience: 3

Visa Application
– Procedure of the application: 3
– The length of the application: 3
– The attitude of the staff in consulate/embassy: 3

Programme Arrangement
– Course Intensity (Very intensive 1 – 4 Not intensive): 2.5
– Payment of programme fee: 3
– Course arrangement: 3
– Airport pick up service: Yes, need reservation
– Buddies: Yes
– The entertainment of extra activities: 3

Comments:
1. The Oslo campus of BI is famous for nurturing economic and management talents. It was an international programme with students from all over the world.

2. In the first two weeks, we learned Scandinavian management model and comparison with the different cultures’ style. During the class, I found that foreign students are more active in asking questions than Chinese students.

3.In the first weekend, I went to Sjoa rafting tour for two days with classmates. It was an extra activity for the program. Although we needed to pay extra money, we enjoyed the activities a lot. BI supplied us snacks, arranged transportation and accommodation for us.

Accommodation (Dormitory On-campus)
– The price: 3
– The location: 3
– The cleanliness: 3
– The Facilities: 3
– The attitude of staff: 3
Comments:

Canteen
– The price: 3
– The taste: 3

Other Comments:
1. During summer, the temperature at day time is between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius. The temperature can be higher than 30 degrees at noon, but the temperature difference between day and night is large. Rainy days are much cooler. It is suggested to bring a thick sweater or jacket in addition to normal summer clothing.

2. It is convenient to purchase a transportation card to take the subway, bus and trams in Oslo. But remember to activate it before the first use. In addition, pay attention to the schedule as there are only a few trains at night time. Taking taxi is expensive.