Case workshops, Europe, January 2020

Join us in Denmark at Copenhagen Business School to attend one, or both of these complementary back-to-back events:

  • Make your classroom come alive: learn how to engage and inspire your students on our two-day Successful Case Teaching workshop led by Martin Kupp.
  • Learn the tools and techniques you need to create compelling cases on our two-day workshop, Writing Effective Cases, led by Urs Müller. Plus benefit from a post-workshop mentoring and review service. 

Course overview

Monday
20 January 2020
Tuesday
21 January 2020
Wednesday
22 January 2020
Thursday
23 January 2020
Successful Case Teaching
Martin Kupp
Writing Effective Cases *fully booked*
Urs Müller
Social dinner   Social dinner  

How to apply

Writing Effective Cases is fully booked but you can still book to attend Successful Case Teaching. We'll be announcing another case writing workshop in Europe soon.

Apply to attend

Please note that the deadline for applications is 13 January 2020.

Fees

Receive a 5% discount for attending more than one workshop! (Discount not included in fees below)

  Member organisations Non-member organisations
Successful Case Teaching £535/€595/$715 £595/€665/$795
Writing Effective Cases* £755/€845/$1,005 £815/€910/$1,085

*Includes post-workshop mentoring and a review of your draft case and teaching note.

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Fees include course materials and lunches. The optional social dinners cost an extra £35/€40/$48 per dinner.

A minimum of one subsidised place for participants in developing countries is available on each event. If your organisation qualifies for our membership scheme for developing countries you may be eligible. Contact the events team for further details.

See our terms and conditions for more information about fees, cancellations and transfers.

Is there a group from your school interested in attending this open workshop? You may instead benefit from a customised workshop, where you can pick your choice of date and venue, with content designed to meet your precise needs and budget.

Venue

Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School is Denmark’s largest educational and research institution within business administration and economics in a wide sense. The university is committed to providing business-related education programmes and continuing education for the public and, in particular, the private sector.

Location and travel

The workshops will be hosted by Copenhagen Business School. View a map and directions

Details about which CBS building the workshop will take place in will be provided nearer the event date.

The CBS campus is serviced by two metro stops - Fasanvej and Frederiksberg - and you can find a metro map here

Copenhagen Airport, is situated very close to the city centre, and you can get from the airport to the centre in about 13 minutes by metro or train.

Accommodation

These workshops are non-residential and participants will need to organise their own accommodation. A list of some local hotels is provided below:

For more accommodation options, please see the Visit Copenhagen website.

Continued Professional Development

Did you know that attending this event can count towards* your Continued Professional Development (CPD) points? On completion of the workshop we’ll provide you with a certificate of attendance for you to submit to the organisation that records your CPD points.

*different organisations may have different requirements, please check with your individual provider.

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Please contact Hannah Blythin with any queries relating to this workshop.
 
Hannah Blythin Hannah Blythin
Training and Events Developer
t +44 (0)1234 756411
e hannah@thecasecentre.org

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