Interested in taking an International elective or earning internship credits to graduate?
Do so by spending 3-1/2 weeks in Europe this summer!
The School of Information Studies and International Business Seminars announces our second annual travel abroad course involving 3-1/2 weeks of travel to six European countries. Visit London, U.K.; Brussels, Belgium; Paris and Nice, France; Venice, Italy; Innsbruck, Austria; and Heidelberg, Germany.
In addition to presentations by top executives at global and European companies, you will have the opportunity to discuss cross-cultural information issues in class room and social settings before and during your travel. This elective is open to graduate students and to undergraduate students who receive permission from the instructor.
This course exposes students to a broad range of international business, cultural, telecommunications, and information management practices in a diverse group of manufacturing, government, and service industries. This year our tour includes Lloyds of London, the Bank of Belgium, Opal Auto Assembly, Piper Heidsieck Champagnes, and the European Parliament).
It's a great resume builder! It's a great graduation present before beginning the rest of your life! Don't miss out on this life-transforming learning opportunity!
DATES: May 17, 2004 through June 9, 2004
TRAVEL COST: IBS Travel Component: $5,218.00 (includes airfare, hotel, coach transportation, breakfast. Travel cost based on departure from New York City.)
CREDITS: Undergraduate and graduate students must register for IST 600 in Summer Institute for 3 credits. Upon successful completion of IST 600, students may petition for International experience to qualify as substitute for Internship exit requirement for IM Program.
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Michelle Kaarst-Brown
If you are interested, a $400.00 deposit check, payable to IBS, should be given to Kathy Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) before February 20. We wish to ensure our students have the option of participating in our international abroad experience, so sign up as soon as possible spaces are limited. The balance of payment is due March 15. Tuition is due according to normal summer semester registration guidelines. Classes begin prior to departure usually in March.