Study Abroad London
In what may be the only opportunity for most to see the larger world, students often decide to study abroad for a variety of reasons. Some will study abroad to be immersed into a culture and to learn a language. Others will go to study a specific discipline and compare the difference in models, while some will go to learn more about themselves. Research has shown that students who study abroad report higher levels of engagement with peers and their home institution, and statistically, they get hired at faster rates upon graduation than students who did not study abroad while in college. Now is the time to seize the opportunity to see some of the world you have only dreamed about. The experience of study abroad will be beneficial now and for your future and we urge all students to consider this unique opportunity. Financial aid may be used and scholarships are available. Spots are available and on a first come first serve basis. For more information, please contact Dr. Reid Cummings in the Mitchell College of Business by email at: email@example.com.
How Do You Sign Up?
Signing up is easy.
- Complete University of South Alabama Office of International Education online application.
- Complete the Midwestern State University application form.
- Mail the completed Midwestern State University application form and $250 deposit to Midwestern State University.
- Complete necessary forms for international study available at USA’s Office of International Education in Meisler Hall. Ask for Jan Dominique-Santos for assistance. Her number is (251) 460-6940 and her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Scholarships are through JagSpot.
The deadline to sign up is February 1st, 2022. A non-refundable deposit is due 1st, 2022. The deposit is applied towards the total cost of the trip. The remainder of the total is due May 1st, 2022.
Business - International Issues in Business
Cost: $7,100 (Undergraduate) or $7,350 (Graduate)
Covers tuition, fees, single room, round-trip travel, class event ground transportation and lodging (overnight trip to Oxford)
Credit: Six semester hours
Courses: BUAD 4993 & 4993 or 5993 & 6663
Description: This course examines international issues in business. Components of marketing, management, accounting, finance, and economics will constitute the core of the lectures while each student will also complete a research paper with the topic decided upon by the student and professor of record. Guest lecturers from the European community and field trips to various British points of interest will be included within the course.
Questions? See Reid Cummings email@example.com