Please kindly note that the International Summer School on Business Ethics at TH Rosenheim in 2020 is cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe and the world.
We hope that the International Summer School can take place next year and look forward to welcoming you in June 2021. Updates will be published on this website.
The International Summer School aims at giving students a first-hand insight on the future of doing business responsibly and covers current trends and issues in the field of business ethics. The focus will be on a number of issues such as
Located in one of Germany's strongest economic areas, TH Rosenheim offers practice-oriented education, intercultural exchange and is situated in a region known for its beautiful mountains, forests and lakes. Visiting BMW World and sightseeing in Munich will be part of the social programme.
See our Summer School Flyer to learn more.
|Dates||Cancelled in 2020, dates for 2021 will be published soon|
|Location||Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany|
|Rewards||3 ECTS credits (1,5 US credits)|
|Audience||Advanced undergraduate and graduate students|
|How we teach||Interactive lecture with group discussions, see course description|
|Fee (2020)|| |
EUR 750 for students of partner universities
|Teaching language||English (B2 required)|
|Organising units||Faculty of Business Administration and International Office at TH Rosenheim|
|Application||Application for the 2021 programme will be published|
Join the International Summer School at TH Rosenheim as part of the Joint Summer School on Doing Business across Europe in partnership with 3 universities.The programme will last a total of 3 weeks – in 3 different countries: Germany, the Netherlands and Spain, in June and July 2021.
Nils Rauhut joined the faculty of Humanities at Coastal Carolina University in 1998 and has held a variety of administrative posts including Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies and Director of the Jackson Center for Ethics and Values. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Washington (Seattle) and a M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He served as President of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers from 2010-2012 and he is author of Ultimate Questions: Thinking about Philosophy (3rd edition 2010) and Readings on the Ultimate Questions (3rd edition 2009).