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ERIC Number: ED469653
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 17
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Global Centricity: Interaction among International Students/Faculty in Non U.S. Settings.
Collin, Beatrice
This paper asserts that companies need to reconcile the necessity to adapt to local needs while maintaining a global efficiency. In this context, this paper examines pedagogical approaches developed in Europe for courses in international management. EAP (European School of Management) is a management curriculum organized around European concepts of managing diversity and integrating otherness. In the EAP curriculum, students from all over Europe enroll in a 3-year program, with each year in a different branch of the school (Paris, Madrid, Berlin, or Oxford). The ESCP-EAP (Paris Graduate School of Management-European School of Management) Management School, following European company patterns, carries on an internationalization bilateral transfer process as the school transfers into its own activities and management the competence it acquires in foreign environments and in relations with foreign partners. (Contains 24 references.) (SLD)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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