Students’ International Management Conference in Argentina: Apply to Attend!

Deadline: August 18, 2013

Be one of the top 70 students in the world to be selected to attend the Students’ International Management Conference (SMIC) taking place at the prestigious University of San Andrés, located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from October 17 – 19, 2013.  Students from across the world are invited to apply! The SMIC is responsible for the costs from the beginning of the conference to completion.

About the Conference

SMIC is a student conference that discusses issues related to the Management and business. It is a conference organized by and for students. Their selection criterion ensures the quality of the debate as it chooses the best 70 students worldwide, securing a space for intercultural exchange.

Through lectures and workshops by leading businessmen, renowned scholars and professionals each year, seventy outstanding students from our country and abroad discuss, analyze and seek to arrive at plausible solutions to the various problems that arise. SMIC ensures academic excellence and quality in the approach to these issues. It seeks to contribute to the development of individuals who seek to be agents of change, ensuring a space for discussion and action focused on the management and business, international.

Eligibility

  • Any person born between January 1, 1987 and June 30, 1995. In other words, any person who is between 18 and 26 years .
  • Any undergraduate student, graduate or graduate who is developing a project .

Sponsorship

From the moment you arrive to Buenos Aires you will live the experience of participating in the best conference management in Latin America. Once you confirm your attendance, you will be contacted to ensure a great stay.

The SMIC is responsible for the costs from the beginning of the conference to completion: Transport of arrival and during the conference (round trip), meals (breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner) and lodging if necessary.

Learn how to participate and apply here.

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