Teesside University has invited students from its partner schools to join the International Business Challenge, a 10-week programme in which students from different countries will come together to solve a modern-day problem. After working in groups of five, students will present their business plan to a panel of experts. The problem they will have to solve revolves around the Sustainability Goals published by the UN (United Nations). As of January 3rd the challenge has officially begun.
Apply theoretical knowledge to practical scenarios and share ideas and dialogue with a group of peers coming from all over the world.
Go International: Although already immersed in an extremely diverse and international environment, no student environment is ever the same: people make for the greatest and most varied experiences.
BetterManagers4aBetterWorld: Social responsibility through a Business Challenge focused on the UN Sustainability Goals.
Along with Teesside University, Rome Business School has nurtured a wide network of almost 300 partner schools such as EAE Business School and ELSCLA in Paris, which help us offer collaborative programs, such as the bootcamps, and enhance even more the international opportunities available to our students.
This Business Challenge is just another opportunity to acquire soft skills such as pitching, teamworking and planning, which at RBS students learn to strenghten through specific classes, such as time management and cross-cultural communication, to then put their learning to practice all throughout the year, and even more by participating in the RBS4Entrepreneurship program, but especially at the final capstone project.