Combine your interest in international travel with your studies as you live and learn at one of our partner institutions. Our study abroad opportunities are academically rigorous, culturally immersive programs that offer the opportunity for personal growth, academic achievement, and a competitive edge in our increasingly global society.

 

Haile Student International Mobility Grant: The first 20 students to apply and be accepted will be awarded a scholarship in the amount of $1,000. Recipient must be a first-time participant and in good academic standing at the time of application.
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Prague

Prague

A unique experience working on a marketing project for an actual client located in the Czech Republic. Add to your business studies as you live and learn in Prague. 

<p><small><i>Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast), flight and local transportation. Costs<br>
 of your own side trips and individual spending money are not included.</i></small></p>

Dates of Trip: March 6-15, 2020

Application Deadline: November 16, 2019

Expected Program Cost: $1,200* plus airfare

Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast), and local transportation. Costs of your own side trips and individual spending money are not included.

*Price includes the Haile Mobility Grant. Other scholarships may be avaialble through the Education Abroad Office.

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BUS 360 - Selected Business Topics in International Settings

Professors: Eileen Weisenbach Keller and Edmund Fenton

The class meets the first eight weeks of the semester to give students an in-depth experience of designing a marketing campaign for a Czech business. Over Spring Break, students explore the beautiful and historic city of Prague, visit a variety of companies, enjoy cultural events, and travel to the client’s headquarters to present their projects.

GERMANY

Bremen

Combine your interest in international travel with your studies as you live and learn at our partner institute Hochschule Bremen in Germany.

<p><small><i>Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast), flight and local transportation. Costs<br>
 of your own side trips and individual spending money are not included.</i></small></p>

Dates of Trip: July 5-30, 2020

Application Deadline: March 6, 2020

Expected Program Cost: $2,100 - $4,000*

Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast and a welcome dinner), and local transportation. Flight tickets, costs of side trips, and individual spending money are not included.

*Price includes the Haile Mobility Grant. Other scholarships may be avaialble through the Education Abroad Office.

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FIN 305 – Principles of Finance

Professor Dr. JC Kim

Basic concepts in finance including security markets, interest rates, taxes, risk analysis, time value of money, security valuation, short term financial planning, capital budgeting, and capital structure.

 

BUS 360 – Forensic Business Analysis

Professor Dr. Edmund Fenton

This course is designed for students of all majors to learn how business owners and managers can spot possible fraud within an organization, while at the same time learning more about the overall financial health of the company.  Fraud is very prevalent around the world in both large international companies and in small, closely held businesses, totaling up to $4 trillion in losses annually.  Since fraudulent activity is rarely discovered by auditors, non-accountants within the company need to be aware of potential red flags.  Topics include company exposure to fraud, employee fraud analysis, and data analytics with the use of data mining software. 
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Questions?

Ed Fenton
Edmund Fenton
Dir. International Business Program
BC 334 // (859) 572-5911
fentone1@nku.edu
Office of Education Abroad
UC 330  // (859) 572-6194
studyabroad@nku.edu