There are three programs through the College of Business!Learn about them all or jump to information about each below. European Business Summer 2013 Summer in China 2013 Fall Semester in Europe 2013
European Business Summer 2013 www.ndsu.edu/cgi/summer_in_europe
Summer 2013 in EuropeSpend six weeks in Europe and earn sixhours (MGMT 440/640 - InternationalManagement, and BUSN 341/793, TheEuropean Business Environment) whilelearning about the European Union (EU).You will study International Management in aEuropean context and visit institutions of theEU, and other cultural, historical, andbusiness sites.
It’s a Life-Changing Experience! Photo: Summer 2012 Europe Study Abroad group, in Paris.
Program Fee: $1800 + €3100 (euros)ProgramCosts This includes:Estimated Additional Costs: Lodging, structured visits toApprox. $1,200 for airfare, $75 forOIP application fee, about $76 for various countries (includestravel insurance, and you’ll want tobring money for additional meals transportation, lodging andnot covered and personal spending.NOTE: Tuition for classes is in breakfast while on theaddition to the program fee. road), admission fees andEligible students can use financial tours, classroom andaid—contact Bison Connection toset up an appointment with Student administrativeFinancial Services to explore youroptions expenses, and several group meals.
• Contact Dr. Newell Wright for information about this trip: (701) 231-6532 email@example.com Applications Due Feb. 22, 2013
Summer in China 2013www.ndsu.edu/cgi/summer_in_china/
Summer 2013 in ChinaThis is a 13-day, three-credit study programin China (BUSN 394 / 793). It incorporatescompany visits and cultural tours in fourChinese cities in addition to lectures byindustry experts. It provides a greatopportunity to experience China - the worldsoldest continuous civilization as well asfastest-growing major economy.
It’s a Life-Changing Experience! Photo: Summer 2010 Study Abroad group, at the Great Wall.
Cities Visited• Beijing• The capital of China and one of the worlds great cities. With a history of 2,500 years, it is the political, educational, and cultural center of China.• Shanghai• The largest city in China, and one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. It is the "showpiece" of the worlds fastest-growing economy.• Xi’an• One of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. It has more than 3,100 years of history and was the capital of some of the most important dynasties in Chinese history. Xian is the eastern terminus of the Silk Road.• Suzhou• Considered to be the "Venice of China", Suzhou has many beautiful gardens.
ProgramCosts Program Fee: $3,975Estimated Additional Costs:$75 for OIP application fee, about$35 for travel insurance This includes:(required), and you’ll want to bringmoney for about 6 dinners not Airfare, lodging, structuredcovered and for personal spending.NOTE: Tuition for DCE classes is visits to cultural andin addition to the program fee. businessEligible students can use financial locations, breakfasts, lunchaid—contact Bison Connection toset up an appointment with Student es and several groupFinancial Services to explore youroptions dinners.
• Contact Dr. Jin Li for information about this trip: (701) 231-8129 firstname.lastname@example.orgApplications Due March 8, 2013
Fall Semester in Europe 2013www.ndsu.edu/cgi/fall_semester_in_europe/
Fall Semester in Europe 2013 Spend the fall semester of your junior year in Europe, taking courses required for graduation with a business degree or a minor in business administration. All coursework is in English, and no foreign language is required.
It’s a Life-Changing Experience! Photo: Fall Semester 2012 Europe group in Ireland.
Countries Visited• Belgium• Ireland• Northern Ireland• Luxembourg• France• Germany• The Netherlands• United Kingdom
Program Fee:Program approx. $6,500CostsEstimated Additional Costs: This includes:Approx. $1,200 for airfare, roomand board (approx $3,800), $75 for Structured visits to variousOIP application fee, about $76 for countries (includestravel insurance. You’ll want tobring money for additional meals transportation, lodging andnot covered and personal spending.NOTE: Tuition for classes is in breakfast while on the road),addition to the program fee. admission fees and tours,Eligible students can use financial classroom andaid—contact Bison Connection toset up an appointment with Student administrative expenses,Financial Services to explore youroptions and several group meals.
• Contact Dr. Newell Wright for information about this trip: (701) 231-6532 email@example.com Applications Due in April, 2013
Live Q&A for this programhttp://www.facebook.com/events/344647728981069/Apply for this programhttp://www.ndsu.edu/studyabroadReturn to Study Abroad Fairhttp://www.facebook.com/NDSUStudyAbroad