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Your international course includes a two-week experience where you immerse yourself in the culture and business practices abroad with your classmates. Students attend lectures, site visits, talks and tours where they learn about the challenges and opportunities of operating in a globally interconnected world. In the evenings students are free to explore and enjoy the local culture and cuisine. Past classes have ranked this as one of the best experiences of their lives. The cost of the international course is included in the tuition. Students in Prague 2009

Past Trip Locations

  • Berlin, Germany
  • Burton-Upon-Trent, U.K
  • Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Glasgow, Scotland
  • Guangzhou, China
  • Hong Kong
  • London, UK
  • Munich, Germany
  • Nice, France
  • Shenzhen, China
  • Strasbourg, France



Sample Past Trip Site Visits

Site visits are an important part of the international course abroad. In addition to company tours, students get the chance to interact with the top management of these companies, learning about international business models, trade, human resources management, marketing and finance. The companies below have all generously invited our student in to spend a morning or afternoon learning about what international business really looks like!

  • DIRA Association, Alsace, France
  • Allianz Global Investors (AGI), Munich, Germany
  • Agilent Technologies, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Alsace International, Strasbourg, France
  • Amadeus Company, Sophia Antipolis, France
  • Asepta Laboratories, Monaco
  • Axel Springer, Berlin, Germany
  • Banque Cial, Strasbourg, France
  • Bavarian Business Association, Munich, Germany
  • BMW, Munich, Germany
  • Bombardier, Hennigsdorf, Germany
  • British Telecom, London, England
  • Coors Brewing Company, Burton-Upon-Trent, UK
  • Molsen-Coors, Hong Kong
  • Cote d'Azur Developpement, Nice, France
  • DHL, Prague, Czech Republic
  • European Parliament, Strasbourg, France
  • Fondation Sophia, Sophia Antipolis, France
  • German Employers Confederations BDA, Berlin, Germany
  • Grands Vins d'Alsace Louis SIPP, Ribeauville
  • Guangzhou University City, Guangzhou, China
  • Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Hong Kong
  • IBM, La Gaude, France
  • InvestHK, Hong Kong
  • Mane Company, Le Bar-sur-Loup, France
  • MCC Smart GmbH (Smart Car Factory), Hambach, France
  • Midea Group, Pearl River Delta, China
  • NCR, Dundee, Scotland
  • Office Depot, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Plzen Brewery, Plzen, Czech Republic
  • Pfizer, Berlin, Germany
  • ProLogis, Marseille, France
  • REMAX, Nice, France
  • Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Sahm s.r.o, Hermanova Hut, Czech Republic
  • Sam's Club, China
  • Skoda-Auto a.s., Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic
  • Siemens, Berlin and Munich, Germany
  • St. Andrews Golf Course, St. Andrews, Scotland
  • Steelcase, Schiltigheim, France
  • Texas Instruments, Sophia Antipolis, France
  • Walmart, China
  • WeberHaus GmbH & Co. KG, Rheinau-Linx, Germany
  • Wineyard Chateau Cremat, Nice, France

Past Trip Professors and Lecturers

To help students understand business from a truly international perspective, we often work with professors from local education institutions while we are abroad. They provide a richness and context that students can't find at home in textbooks. Some of the professors we've worked with include:

  • Professor Anne Marie Francesco, Director of Human Resource Strategy and Development, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • Lecturer Mr. Jean-Paul Gaertner, Professor of Supply Chain Management and Logistics, EM Strasbourg Business School
  • Professor Graeme Martin, Professor of Human Resources, Edinburgh Business School at Herriott Watt University and the Business School at Glasgow University, Scotland
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