GLOBAL Experiential Learning in Hamburg

GLOBAL Experiential Learning in Hamburg

Travelogue: Study trip to Hamburg with the Global Supply Chain and Logistics Management Program in November 2017

Their Campus: Exchanging all over the world

Their Campus: Exchanging all over the world

“Before I embarked on my journey to Copenhagen, Denmark, UBC was where I spent most of my time during my first two years of university.” – Queeny Tran, Batch II

GLOBAL SCLM - A Global Learning Experience

The GLOBAL SCLM has a vision to become a pioneer in business education in a global context. It is designed to empower highly aspiring and ambitious students with distinct business acumen, cultural fluency and entrepreneurial mindset, through an internationally oriented curriculum and unique tri-continental learning experience, to become leaders who create meaningful impact in the global community.
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Message from the Program Directors
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Message from the Program Directors

MESSAGES FROM PROGRAM DIRECTORS

Britta Profile
Britta Gammelgaard
Program Director

Copenhagen Business School

CBS is proud and happy to be partner in the tri-continental program on the bachelor level in Global Supply Chain & Logistics Management together with Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen and University of British Columbia – Sauder School of Business. The combined strategic and analytical focus is very strong and combined with the multicultural learning experience, it is second to none.

 
This is Prof. Hugh Thomas.
Hugh Thomas
Program Co-Director

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

The GSCLM Program, the first integrated, tripartite university program at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, has attracted among the best students in our rapidly growing School of Management and Economics. The first two cohorts’ members from CUHK SZ have been excited to learn, with their CBS and UBC classmates, the theoretical, practical, technical and cultural aspects of global integration. We look forward to the Program continuing to provide exceptional educational opportunities to future students.

David Profile
David Gillen
Program Co-Director

University of British Columbia

With increasing demand for graduates trained in supply chain and logistics management, the Global SCLM program leverages the strengths of UBC Sauder School of Business, Copenhagen Business School, and Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen in this area.  The program provides a unique and enriched educational opportunity that cultivates the personal, professional and academic success of participants and allows them to generate ideas that advance the theory and practice of global supply chain and logistics management.”

Global SCLM program directors gathering together at the closing ceremony of GLOBAL 2018 students.