Global case study challenge
Finalists of the 6th International e-Learning Excellence Awards, European Conference on e-Learning
Short-list for national award ARS Docendi “excellence in teaching”, category Digital Transformation of Teaching
10|2020 (see more)
Innovative Teaching Award Winner of FHWien, category E-Learning
10|2019 (see more)
Nomination for national award ARS Docendi “excellence in teaching” online
06|2019 (see more)
Students are organized in global virtual teams and are assigned a case study and different activities to work on as a team over a period of 8 weeks. While working on international business challenges, not only do students gain knowledge in the different thematic areas of the case studies, but also experience how to work with people from different cultures, time zones, study programmes and all that in the virtual context!
Are you a student?
Collaboration in global virtual teams
Development of digital leadership and remote work skills
Network with future and current professionals
Certificate of completion
Are you an educator?
Innovation in online teaching and collaboration
Help your students to shape their future in remote work
Network with global educational innovators
Collaborative grading experience in virtual space
CASE STUDY BOOK
Intercultural Management demonstrates how cultural diversity can be used as a resource to demonstrate synergy and complementarity. Taking the form of an edited collection, it offers a fascinating range of perspectives from a global panel of experts in the discipline.
This book is the ideal companion for our #GCSC!
More information about the book online here.
For a single student
Up to 50 students
Up to 100 students
* GCSC is a not-for-profit project. We charge only a participation fee to cover our basic administrative expenses. If you are not able to pay the full fee, the educator can apply for a partial or full participation fee waiver. The waivers are available for educators/universities from developing and low-income countries, or from countries where banking regulations do not permit payments overseas.
The GCSC assignment has been an excellent international project management program. The key point of the program has been the intercultural cooperation.
It was definitely a great challenge to collaborate with students and professionals from all over the world, and coordinate meetings taking into account the different cultures and time zones.
Great project and experience both for students and professors. Good way of teaching students of different ways of communication, team work and critical thinking.
The GCSC was a great learning experience! Students learned how to work in an international team, how to communicate to overcome cultural differences and more!
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