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Montréal & Barcelona, from 28th June to 15th July, 2017
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In a knowledge-based economy, where creativity is integral to business and to the development of innovation strategies. More than ever, it has become increasingly imperative for businesses, organizations and institutions to learn to be creative. In this context, HEC Montréal and the University of Barcelona launched in 2009 this joint summer programme where participants have the opportunity to compare creative approaches and practices from diverse fields ranging from industry and arts to science.
The intensive two-week programme analyses the creative process and its management from a multi-disciplinary, intercultural, international and intergenerational perspective. Participants, who come from academia, industry and the public sector, are able to reflect and integrate the practices of these diverse spheres. Montreal and Barcelona are two of the most creative cities in the world, rich in culture and sharing numerous traits. The participants of this unique programme have the opportunity to create an international network of managers motivated and dedicated to managing creativity and unleashing the creative potential of their organizations.
This summer school program is internationally renowned for its unique approach to managing creativity and innovation. A distinctive experience and a new brand of collective learning await you. Prepare to be inspired!
REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL MAY 20
To register you should send a letter of motivation and CV to the address
. Candidates signing up for two weeks will have preference, but you may apply to participate for just one week.
Registration aid HERE (end of applications MAY 10)
*UB Study grants will be announced at the end of April
More detailed information and the updated version of the two week programme is available from the Mosaic HEC Montréal website
Group of participants of the 2016 Summer School visiting the Domaine Les Brome (Québec)
Â Programa dirigit per MosaiC (HEC Montréal) i la Càtedra D’Emprenedoria (Universitat de Barcelona).