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  • Locations: Rome, Italy; Turin, Italy
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: SIUE applicants only
  • Dates / Deadlines
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Housing Options: Hotel Language of Instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 2.5 Program Type: Faculty Led
Area of Study: Accounting, Applied Communication Studies, Art History, Business, CMIS, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, History, International Business, International Studies, Italian, Management, Marketing Program Sponsorship Indicator: SIUE
Instructor: Joplin, Janice, Manning, Norris
Program Description:

Overview

Turin mole day

SIUE Faculty-led School of Business Program

 

Graduate students and undergraduate majors in the School of Business are invited to apply for the opportunity to participate in the faculty-led program to Turin and Rome, Italy in May.  In Turin, students will tour the industrial seat of Italy and visit SIUE School of Business exchange partner, the University of Turin, where some opportunity will be given to interact with faculty and students.  After four days in Turin, the group will depart for Rome, the Eternal City.  The group will spend the final days of the program in Rome with visits to the Pantheon, Colosseum, Vatican Museum and day trips to local cultural and historical locations.

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Courses

Academic Content

Turin Mole evening

GBA 489 Study Abroad for Business (undergraduate) 3 credit hours
MBA 595 Contemporary Issues in Business (graduate) 3 credit hours

Students taking this class for credit will pay the current SIUE tuition rate for 3 credits.

 

 

Costs

Prices and Payments

$3,200 Approximately

Payable to the School of Business to be spent exclusively on student travel costs

The program fee includes:
St Peters
  • Air Ticket
  • Lodging in hotels
  • Rail between cities
  • Field Excursions
  • Health and Evacuation Insurance
The Program Fee does not include:
  • SIUE tuition and any related fees
  • Meals (Budget $500-700)
  • Books and Materials
  • Metro/streetcar/bus fares
  • Passport
  • SIUE Study Abroad Fee ($75)
  • Personal Expenses
Payment Schedule:
  • $1,000 deposit payment will be due February 1, 2019
  • The balance will be due March 1, 2019

Payments are made online through the School of Business payment screen.
 
 

Contact

Contact Information

Joplin

Dr. Janice Joplin
School of Business, Associate Dean
Science East, room 3270
Tel: (618) 650-3412
jjoplin@siue.edu







Manning

Mr Norris Manning
School of Business, Director of Academic Services
Science East, room 3270
Tel: (618) 650-3840
nmannin@siue.edu
 
 

Itinerary

Program Itinerary

 
Day 1 Depart St. Louis for Turin, Italy
Day 2 Arrive Turin
Day 2 - 5 Visit University of Turin UNITO - Tour local business, historical and cultural locations and sites.
Day 6 Depart Turin by train and arrive in Rome
Day 6 - 11 Visits to the Pantheon, Colosseum, Vatican Museum and day trips to local cultural and historical locations.  Food. 
Day 12 Depart Rome on return flight to St. Louis
This itinerary is subject to change. Final itinerary information will be provided to participants by the program leader.
 

Program_Expectations

PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL DEMANDS OF THE PROGRAM

Participants must be prepared to encounter cultural and social situations that require a high level of mature independence and respond appropriately to such situations.  Participants must be able successfully navigate transportation systems (air, train, bus, car) to the travel study destination(s) following all rules and laws pertaining to international travel and destinations.  Participants must be able to independently and collectively travel as a coherent group and maintain emotional maturity as warranted by the trip and its variety of educational experiences.  Participants must be prepared to independently walk long distances; carry personal luggage and groceries; walk up and down stairs; and navigate entrances and exits to public transportation, buildings, and cultural sites.   Participants must be prepared to encounter environments different from the United States which can include cigarette/cigar smoke, automobile exhaust, loud noise, congested streets and crowded public areas and a variety of other environments which may not be known except upon encountering them.  If you have any physical or emotional limitations, consider your health and capabilities carefully in consultation with your doctor before undertaking this trip. 

 


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 12/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission 05/11/2019 05/22/2019

** Applicants will learn of acceptance shortly after this date. If accepted, students must return to their applications to complete the next phase of requirements.