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International Programs

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Undergraduate Study Abroad

The Barowsky School of Business has study abroad opportunities designed specifically for Business majors at the following universities:

  • ESCEM School of Business and Management, Tours-Poitiers, France
  • National University of Ireland - University College Dublin
  • The American Business School Paris

 

Other universities that the Barowsky School of Business has established partnerships with are:

  • Pontifical and Royal University of Santo Tomas, Phillipines
  • Universitas Pelita Harapan, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Universidad Catolica de San Antonio de Murcia, Cartagena, Spain
  • Miriam College, Phillippines
  • Assumption University, The First International University in Thailand

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The Dominican MBA includes many opportunities for students to study abroad. Semester Study Abroad Programs enable students to immerse themselves in business studies for a full semester. Courses can be taken in English or the host language.

Executive Study Abroad Programs are the perfect opportunity for busy executives to travel/study abroad and do so in a workable time frame. These short (ten day) trips are intense and fun!

Paris: Semester Study Abroad

Dominican is offering semester study abroad in Paris, France. We expect to be offering a variety of new opportunities/locations within the next year.

Semester Study Abroad is offered to MBA-GSM students with coursework completed applied to their international domain. In Paris, our students study topics such as:

  • Conducting business within the European Union
  • Strategic planning in Europe
  • French business culture and language
  • European business culture and governmental influence

 

Executive Study Abroad (ESA)

Designed for professionals who cannot spend a full semester abroad, ESA is an intense 9–10 day program that exposes its participants to multiple cultures and global business topics.

Students may participate in up to three ESA trips, earning up to nine credit hours (substitutes for the international domain courses). Both MBA-Strategic Leadership and MBA Global Management students are eligible to participate in this program.

All participants may bring guests and family who may, but are not obligated to, attend the business sessions.

Sample trip combinations already completed or in planning include: Zurich, Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Istanbul, Turkey; Cairo, Egypt; London, England; and Dublin, Ireland.


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