Explore HONG KONG, a premier global center for business and entertainment. Combining both Chinese and European cultures, Hong Kong offers exciting opportunities for students to discover the benefits and challenges of international business, as well as some of THE WORLD’S FINEST FOOD, ART, and CULTURAL EVENTS. Students will learn firsthand from startups, established businesses, and other entrepreneurs about various international business topics. In the typical day, students can expect to have classroom opportunities and site visits during the day, and free time.
|Course:||BADM 4050, 5200: Business Colloquium: Doing Business in Hong Kong
BADM 4093, 5093(I): Study Abroad Business Impacts of Contemporary International Culture
|Instructor:||Greg Day, Department of Economics and Legal Studies in Business
|Course Dates:||May 8, 2017 – July 28, 2017|
|Travel Dates:||May 16 – May 27, 2017|
|Fee:||$2,590 + Airfare + China Tourist Visa
Fee covers tuition for three credit hours, health and travel insurance, lodging, in-country transportation, breakfasts, a few group meals, entry fees into group tours and business visits. CAGLE will assist in organizing your air travel and China Tourist Visa, but it is your responsibility to purchase your own ticket and visa. Airfare is estimated at $1,300 and the visa is approx. $250. Program fee will be charged to your bursar account as scheduled below.
|Payment Schedule:||$200 Deposit charged upon application acceptance
$1,446.80 Fees Charged Feb. 28, 2017
$943.20 Tuition Charged May 9, 2017
ALL CHARGES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
|To Enroll:||Please check with your academic advisor before enrolling in any of our study abroad and travel courses.|
|To Drop:||Please visit our office at 104 Business Building.|
|More Info:||Center for Advanced Global Leadership and Engagement (CAGLE)
104E Business Building