nternational Business School Suzhou (IBSS) is pleased to invite you to its first Info Session in Tbilisi, Georgia. Deputy Dean and Associate Professor of Practice at IBSS, Ewout van der Schaft will make a presentation on IBSS degree programs, admission requirements and scholarship opportunities for Georgian students. He will also deliver a master-class on Doing Business in China: Understanding Chinese Business Culture for Successful Cross-Cultural Business Negotiations.
Event will be held in Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 from 18:30.
Prior registration required. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org bymidnight January 30, 2014. Confirmation email will follow.
International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) is a part of Xi’an Jiaotong – Liverpool University (XJTLU), a new international university, the first and only one of its kinds approved by the Ministry of Education in China. The University offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the fields of science, engineering and management, and awards both its own Chinese degree and a degree from the University of Liverpool.
Official representative of the university in Georgia and South Caucasus is a student recruitment and counseling agency Prime Study. Company assists students to get admitted to reputable educational institutions in different parts of the world. Prime Study’s program portfolio includes undergraduate and graduate university degree education, professional training courses and seminars, language and thematic summer schools.
Ewout van der Schaft is Associate Professor of Practice at the IBSS School of Business, XJTLU University. Previously, from 2008-2013, Ewout served as Dean Executive Education at the Aegis School Business in Mumbai (India) and as Assistant Dean at the CEU Business School in Budapest (Hungary).
Before moving to Academics, Ewout obtained extensive international experience from senior business roles all around Europe. From 1995 till 2008, Ewout worked in executive positions for two leading European Telecommunications incumbents, Czech Telecom and Bulgarian Telecom.