6th ICEBE – International Conference on Engineering and Business Education

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

The 6th ICEBE will be held in Windhoek, Namibia on October 8-10.

Over the past decade, this event has offered a unique opportunity for academics, business and, since last year, even for students from around the globe to share their broad array of knowledge and perspectives. The primary goal of the conference is to provide those with cross-disciplinary interests related to engineering and business education an opportunity to meet and interact with others inside and outside their own discipline. The international aspect of the conference brings a truly diverse variety of viewpoints shaped by different cultures, languages, geography and politics.

The conferences series has been organized since 2008 every year on different places of the world. This year it will be held in Windhoek, Namibia. Along with its ideal weather and striking beauty, the Namibian country provides natural elements to inspire learning and dialogue.

The 2012 conference that was held in Sibiu, Romania, was, again, a great success. We hosted more than 100 participants representing more than 21 countries.

For more information have a look on the Call for papers 6th ICEBE or go to www.icebe.net.
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