The iaelyon International Week 2020: call for applications

Published on July 24, 2019 Updated on July 24, 2019

The iaelyon International Week (The International Research Seminar and The International Seminars) will take place in January 2020. Application deadline: September 6, 2019.

From Anass NIDAM, Vice-Dean and Director of International Activities : -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dear all, 

We are delighted to inform you that iaelyon School of Management will be running its upcoming International Week from January 6th to January 11th, 2020. 

Our School hosts every year an International Week during which 50 guest speakers from around 25 countries teach International Seminars in English/Spanish/Italian/German targeted at our Masters and Executive students.

During their visit guest speakers are offered the opportunity to participate in a Research workshop, a Pedagogical innovation & TEL workshop or CSR Network workshop along with other Visiting Professors and Faculty from our School.

The iaelyon International Week, launched 13 years ago is a tool for internationalizing courses, faculty and Research and to create cross-disciplinary links on campus. Greatly appreciated both by guest speakers and students, the iaelyon International Week provides participants an original experience of the “Global Village”.

Faculty interested in participating in the iaelyon International Week should send back the attached application form along with a resume and a course proposal by September 6th, 2019 to: dominique.lachkar@univ-lyon3.fr 

Please kindly note that teaching along with Travel & Board expenses are covered by our School.  

We hope to welcome you soon at iaelyon School of Management

> Call for applications
Application Form
Course Proposal
Research Proposal
Pedagogical Innovation & TEL workshop Proposal
> International CSR Proposal


 

The iaelyon International Week
 

The iaelyon International week will take place from January 6 to January 11, 2020 and will be structured as follows:

  • The International Seminars will take place in two sessions:
         > January 6-7 all day & 8 am
         > January 9-10 all day & 11 am  
  • The International Research Seminar will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday January 8.
  • The Pedagogical Innovation & TEL Workshop will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday January 8.
  • The International CSR Network will take place in the afternoon of Wednesday January 8.

1/ The International Seminars

The International Seminars are open to Master’s degree students in their first and second year. They are also targeted at executive participants. They may be taught in English, Spanish, Italian or German by guest speakers and visiting professors from international institutions..

Objectives:
The International Seminars aim to provide students with an international and cross-cultural approach on in-depth and capstone subjects. Courses may be either specialized subjects with a specific international focus or on a particular geographical area or cross-specialization subjects. Courses may address issues such as Business Ethics, Conflict Resolution, Project Management, Leadership, Management of Diversities, Management & Humanities...
Courses should be interactive, based on class discussions and case studies.

Structure:
Each seminar will consist of 18 hours, from Monday to Wednesday morning for the first session and from Thursday to Saturday morning for the second. Students are assessed at the end of the courses. Applicants may apply to teach for one or both seminar sessions.

Participants:
Each seminar group is made up of French and international students, coming from the different Masters’ degree programs at iaelyon, as well as executive participants. Students who participate in the International Seminars have a good written and spoken command of the chosen foreign language.

Payment:
Payment for teaching one International Seminar (18 hours) will be approximately 900 Euros.

 

2/ Pedagogical Innovation & TEL workshop | January 8pm, 2020

A Pedagogical Innovation & TEL Workshop will take place on January 8 in the afternoon.

Objectives:
The objective is to share your experience of the use of Technology Enhanced Learning (MOOC, Learning Management Systems, interactive tools…) into your
courses and your teaching.

Structure:
This workshop is organized by Associate Pr. Elise Lavoue and Associate Pr. Catherine Mercier-Suissa. It will last for 2 and a half hours depending on the number of participants and it will be divided as follows: 10-15 minutes of presentation by each participant followed by questions and a debate with all the participants.

 

3/ The International Research Seminar | January 8 pm, 2020

Objectives:
The International Research Seminars aim to develop further Research projects and activities in cooperation with iaelyon faculty and international visiting professors.
 

Research Themes:
  • Entrepreneurship - Pr. Marie-Christine CHALUS-SAUVANNET
  • International Management – Dr. Hanane BEDDI
  • Sustainable development and Corporate Social Responsibility - Pr. Denis TRAVAILLE
  • Smart Environment: Interactions, Data and Services Management. – Pr. Chirine GHEDIRA-GUEGAN


Structure:
The Research Seminars will be conducted in English. They will consist of presentations given by guest speakers and visiting professors participating in the iaelyon International Week. Three parallel sessions will be organized, corresponding to the cross-disciplinary Research themes identified.
 

4/ CSR NETWORK | January 8 pm, 2020

Objectives:
Sharing good practices and relevant examples of CSR implementation in Business Schools and Management Education.



FACULTY APPLICATION

  • Deadline: Applicants should hand in an application form along with their resume, course proposal and Research / TEL / CSR theme proposal by September 6th, 2019 to Mrs. Dominique LACHKAR : dominique.lachkar@univ-lyon3.fr
  • Information results on the selection will be given by October 4, 2019.





Testimonials: The iaelyon International Week
(Videos: University Jean Moulin)

Contact :
Ms. Dominique LACHKAR, Academic Mobility Officer :