Studying abroad can be transformational and life-changing. The Rollins College of Business offers a variety of opportunities for international study, with two options for the Spring 2019 semester. Each of these courses are open to undergraduates (with at least junior standing) and graduate students of ALL majors. No foreign language experience needed. Financial aid and scholarships are available. Read more below:

Option 1: “Doing Business in Germany and German Culture”

Applications still being accepted as long as space allows.

Course Description: With over 80 million people, Germany is the 4th largest economy worldwide in terms of gross domestic product and first in Europe. This course will focus on creating an understanding of the economic, political, cultural and social factors of Germany and how these impact how a business operates in the largest European economy. In addition, Germany’s role in the European Union and how the European Union influences business will be detailed. Students will also participate in business visits and discussions with German business leaders and professors, while sharing in a different, and unforgettable cultural experience. To learn more about this course, click here.

Option 2: ” Doing Business in The Balkans and Greece”

Applications still being accepted as long as space allows.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with a truly real-world experience in international business, where they will gain an understanding of the Balkan and Greek cultures and learn the challenges and opportunities of doing business in the Balkans and Greece. Students will also participate in business visits and discussions with business leaders and professors. To learn more about this course, click here.

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