IBUS 490E: Business Opportunities in the European Market
What to Expect
Study Abroad Location:
Brussels and Antwerp, Belgium, and Paris, France
This international study course is intended to offer the participant the opportunity to gain insights into the functioning of businesses in the Eurozone, especially in relation to the ongoing economic troubles of the region. Students will travel to national and international companies and other institutions doing business in order to understand how the recent years' events (financial economic crisis) and the current broader economic and political trends impact these institutions' operations. Emphasis will be put on understanding the key economic and institutional differences between operations in the US and Europe.
Participation Instructions: See program requirements to determine student eligibility.