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IB 494A Fall 2024 Study Abroad Singapore Malaysia

Singapore and Malaysia Fall 2024

Singapore and Malaysia Fall 2023 Overview Enhance your international experience via projects, trips, company visits, and cultural activities! IB494A Fall 2024 Short-term Study Abroad to Singapore/Malaysia Estimated Cost Per Person: $1700 (double occupancy)  Excludes international airfare and personal expenses. Travel funding available for everyone enrolled in the program. Class details Register in class IB 494A Short-term Study Abroad (Asia). Class meets approximately nine…
COB IB Study Abroad Singapore

Summary: Singapore and Malaysia Fall 2023

Singapore and Malaysia Fall 2023CBA494A Short-term Study Abroad to Singapore and Malaysia Fall 2023.Led by Dr. Ming Chen, International Business Program Director, a group of 18 students from the College of Business participated in this year’s short-term study abroad program in Singapore and Malaysia. This was the very first time COB offered a program to Malaysia. The program included class meetings held on campus during the fall semester plus a week-long trip that took place in mid-January.…

CBA 494B –Special Topics Short Term Study Abroad to Germany 2024

Travel detailsClass culminates a week-long trip to Germany at the end of May/early June.Costs borne by student:Flights: approx. $850 to $1400Passport + VISA application costs.Shared accommodation*, food, travel insurance, and other expenses.*Limited accommodation by German host student available to select studentsClass OVERVIEWSpend a week immersed in Germany's business culture through hands-on workshops, company visits, and collaborating with German studentsEarn course credit while taking part…

Summary: CBA494B Hamburg Germany Spring 2023.

20 students from College of Business participated in this year’s short-term study abroad program in Hamburg Germany during the last week of May. This year’s theme is “Embracing challenges and opportunities in an era of uncertainty: building a resilient automotive supply chain, a transatlantic perspective”.  Prior to the trip, COB students learned German culture and business practice and were able to collaborate remotely with students from Hamburg…