Business students have many opportunities to have productive experiences abroad

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The School of Business recently held an International Experience information session to notify students about their travel opportunities in 2016. Trips are available to both undergraduate and graduate business students. The short-course experiences being offered this year include:

January Term: Nicaragua (u/g & grad), Turkey (u/g), South Korea/Japan (u/g)

Spring Break: Dominican Republic (u/g), Peru (grad)

Summer Term: China (grad), France/Germany (grad), Hungary/Poland (grad)

All trips are coordinated by the School of Business, in conjunction with The Office of Cultural and Global Engagement and established travel vendor partners. The trips are led by School of Business faculty members.

Business students who are interested in learning more about these opportunities should contact Teri Eskew, Asst. Director for Graduate Programs. She can be reached at 203-582-8259 or

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  1. January termhave such a great destination, Korea! Wow, this would be so much fun for sure, I wonder why Indonesia doesn’t make in to the list.

  2. Great the short course schedule looks great, It would be nice. Nice shared

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