Les étudiants en master anglophone Intercultural managment organisent du 5 février au 9 avril des ateliers interculturels pendant la pause déjeuner pour les étudiants et personnel de l'uB.
Message en anglais de la part des étudiants organisateurs
Culture Shock & Mobility Workshops are weekly discussion sessions led by international students from the MA course on intercultural management. They are an opportunity to learn about different cultures and countries, share your experiences of life in France or abroad, as a foreigner, or prepare for future travels. The workshops are held in English, giving you an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills. They take place on campus in Dijon at a fixed time every week and are open to all students registered at UB. You can register for free.
During the workshops, you will talk about various topics connected with culture, such as:
Come and join us this semester !
Sessions are as follows (you choose one session and come at the same time each week for 8 sessions during the semester):
All sessions will take place at the top of the extension to the Droit-Lettres building, in Lab 378 and Lab 373 (near the "médiathèque" and the language centre - 3rd floor).
If you are interested, please sign up using the online form. We will then contact you by email to confirm your inscription.
The number of places is limited. When you sign up, you are committing to attend all the workshop sessions at the same time every week (from February to the beginning of April, excluding vacations).
Comments from students who participated in the previous workshops:
"The workshop itself is really interesting, because we learn many things about our own culture and others. This workshop will help us to be ready if we want to travel. It is a good way to meet new interesting people. I think sincerely, it would be a good thing to have this kind of workshop in all courses."
"It is worth participating because tutors always bring interesting issues and the classes were always motivating."
"They were understanding, funny, they had many examples from their own experience, they know how to involve everyone in our group to discuss topics and enjoy themselves."