SIUE Faculty Led Program: Business and Culture in Germany
Hannover, Berlin & Munich
The annual faculty led program to Germany has been one of the most popular short term study abroad opportunities offered through the School of Business. The 10 day, 3 city and 3 credit program offers company tours, automobile factory visits, cultural activies and the opportunity to interact with students and faculty at a German university. The group will visit the Hochschule in Hannover (HH) , and be accompanied by HH students as we explore the cities of Berlin and Munich. The program has been designed to enhance international business understanding while immersing students in German culture.
Students will be enrolled in GBA 489 for three credit hours. The course is taught in seminar format and students will be reviewed based on the value they add to the course. Students will be required to attend 3 to 4 pre-trip class meetings and possibly 1 post-trip meeting. Course Requirements include an oral presentation, personal Journal, papers, and professional, responsible behavior, 24/7.
PROGRAM DATES: May 11 - 21, 2015
HOUSING Hotel accomodations in shared rooms. Roommates will be assigned.
Estimated Program Fee: $2,900 The program fee includes round trip airfare from St. Louis, MO to Germany, housing, local transportation, welcome and departure group meals, CISI health insurance, field trips and cultural experiences.
Payment Due Dates:To be announced. Applicants should be aware that a deposit payment of 50% of the program fee will be due within 1 week of notification of acceptance.
The Program Fee does NOT include:
SIUE Tuition & Info Technology Fee: Participating students must register in 3 credit hours for the SIUE course (GBA 489) associated with this program. Students will be billed according with Summer 2015 tuition and the information technology fee charged to the Summer 2015 SIUE Bursar bill.
Meals and incidental expenses in Germany - students should budget $600 - $700 for food & personal expenses for 10 days in Germany.
For more information contact:
Dr. Tim Jacks
Department of Computer Management Information Systems
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville