Study Abroad with the Monte Ahuja College of Business in 2017
May 18th, through 29th, 2017
Offered jointly by the Monte Ahuja College of Business and the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, this 3-credit Spring 2017 Semester course is field-based, enabling students to observe international environments and study, first-hand, successful companies and competitive industries operating in the Middle East. Tied with the U.S. as the 3rd most innovative nation in the world, the course will feature visits to high-tech industries doing business in Israel. Company tours while in Israel will include Intel Corporation, an American multinational technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California. Intel is one of the world's largest and highest valued semiconductor chip makers, based on revenue. Additional company tours will include those operating in the Israeli high-tech agricultural industry as well as its real estate markets. Cultural excursions are planned to Jerusalem, the castle and market of Acco, the world-class Roman archeological site of Cesearea, the beaches of Haifa, historic Masada, the Dead Sea and a look at Bedouin nomad lifestyle.
May 12th, through 21st, 2017
This study abroad experience provides students with hands-on research skills, the opportunity to travel and interact with many sectors of the British business community. During spring semester, teams of students will be provided a client who is seeking research in England. Prior to departure, the student teams will prepare research proposals based on client needs. Students then spend 8 days in England during the break between Spring Semester and first Summer Session conducting research and interviews with British organizations, businesses, agencies and consumers. Students and faculty at BUCKS New University (outside of London) will host you during your stay.
Dubai and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:
January 2nd, through 13th, 2017
This faculty-led study abroad program will provide students the opportunity to learn culture and business practices in the United Arab Emirates. Students will visit companies such as the Cleveland Clinic, Fibrex, Mubadala Group, Soedxo and the Abu Dhambi Chamber of Commerce. For more information/additional details, please visit the program page here.