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Each year we are happy to welcome experienced and inspiring professors from many different countries and areas of expertise to teach at our Summer School. We are convinced that you will enjoy the intriguing and lively lessons in a very international atmosphere!

Brendon Knott from Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa, teaches Sport and Tourism Management. Listen to his description of the course.

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Blair Baldwin comes from the Okanagan School of Business, Canada, to teach Services Design. Watch his video and learn more about this interesting topic!

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Andrew Wood comes from San Jose State University (CA) and is the lecturer in International Business Speaking. He is an expert in communication studies and has taught in several different countries.

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Andrew Wood also teaches the course Leadership Communication in a Global World. Today’s global environment summons managers, mentors, educators, and activists who can collaborate within and across multiple domains of understanding.

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Kari Halonen will be the lecturer in Global Destination Branding course. He has a wide experience in tourism industry and he has lived in 9 different countries.

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Gerhard Kohl has taught Mastering European Business and German language at JAMK University of Applied Sciences for many years. Listen what Gerhard tells about his course, which deals with the European Union, export and the most recent global challenges within the field of trade.

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Pauliina Sopanen and Maria Kautonen from the University of Jyväskylä teach Scandinavian Business Culture and Communication. Topics include the Nordic values, welfare state, different communication and leadership styles, contemporary Nordic business culture. Were all Nordic people originally Vikings? You’ll know the answer after attending the course.



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