Prof. Jacqueline Bürki

Profile

Prof. Jacqueline Bürki Leiterin International Office

  • Contact hours Monday
    Tuesday
    Friday morning
  • Address Berner Fachhochschule
    Business School
    International Office
    Brückenstrasse 73
    3005 Bern

Activities

  • Head of International Office BFH Business School

  • Lecturer: Negotiating in Multicultural Environments as well as Global Expansion Strategies

Teaching

  • BSc International Business Administration

  • Negotiating in Multicultural Environments (MBM4)

  • Global Expansion Strategies (MBM1 & 2)

  • YEEP - Young Entrepreneur Exchange Project

Research

  • Global Competence development

  • Intercultural related topics

  • Internationalisation of curricula

CV

  • Experienced Cross Cultural Lecturer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Coaching, Leadership Development, Organizational Training Programmes, Higher Education, and International Partner Management. Strong professional graduated from Lorange Institute of Business Zurich.

    Profile:
    National & International education
    High-level Partner management
    YEEP – Entrepreneurship as a key driver for 21st century skills
    Executive Masters – Talent Management
    Native speaker English and German fluency

    Competences:
    Strong entrepreneurial mindset
    Analytical and organisational skills
    Experience in International and Intercultural management
    Ability to translate strategy into action
    Strong representational abilities

Projects

  • High-impact measures for the comprehensive internationalisation of curricula in Switzerland. Movetia Project 2019-1-CH01-OF-0017 (ZHAW, BFH, SUPSI. HES-SO)

  • Swiss Global Competence Lab in Switzerland. Movetia Project: 2020-1 -CH01 -OF-0030 (ZHAW, BFH, SUPSI. HES-SO)

  • Strengthening Global skills through international cooperation Movetia Project ID : 2019-1-CH01-IPP-TER-0013

Memberships

Supervised theses

  • Martin Holmberg “The way to pay” - A theoretical analysis of preferred payment methods in Sweden and Switzerland 2020

  • Juan-Carlos Ramirez Which language will be the most relevant one in the European Union after the Brexit? Will there be a “Lingua Franca”? 2019

Language skills and intercultural knowledge

  • English - Native or bilingual proficiency
  • German - Professional working proficiency
  • French - Elementary proficiency
  • Afrikaans - Native or bilingual proficiency
  • South Africa
  • India