IB 310 or 610
Info Session: Tuesday, October 11, 12:15-1:30, A425
Travel Dates: May 27-June 4, 2017
This course will run from April 1st through June 4th 2017. Three class meetings in April, travel to Paris May 27. Visits to Strasbourg and the EU Parliament, Epernay and Reims for the Champagne CIVC and Champagne Maison. In Paris presentations at the International Finance Corporation, tour of the Louvre and business presentations. The cost of the program includes hotel, breakfasts and lunches, Metro passes and travel to sites, and excludes airfare. Program cost: TBD. Prerequisite: permission of Instructor. For further information contact Prof. Generas, (860)768-4578, email@example.com
The Barney School of Business is awarding $500 scholarships to the first 6 eligible undergraduate students who submit a completed application for this program!
A completed application means the following: Complete the online Study Abroad Application in its entirety and complete the Study Abroad Program Deposit. You can complete the deposit on campus at SASC or online through Self-Service Center, click off-campus study deposit when doing so and enter the $1,000 program fee.
The Study Abroad Office will then verify your eligibility to study abroad. To be eligible to study abroad you must be in good academic, financial and judicial standing with the University.
Students can register for IB 310 or IB 610 for Spring 2017.
The course is open with permission of the instructor to MBA students and all junior and senior standing undergraduate students with a GPA of 3.0 of better and who have had at least one economics course.
The travel fee covers hotel accommodation, breakfast and lunch, metro pass, scheduled excursions, events and company visits. Airfare, dinners, and personal expenses are not included.
Undergraduate students pay only the travel fee and the three credits for IB 310 will be included in your full-time undergraduate tuition fee. Scholarships are available.
Graduate students pay the travel fee and 50% of MBA tuition for IB 610.
Applications and program deposit of $1,000 are due by January 26 and the full payment is due March 26. Apply online and read instructions for making the program deposit.
Students will register for this course at the start of the spring semester. Students will not register for this course when spring registration opens.
For more information, contact Professor George Generas at 860.768.4578.