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.

 

The first 30 students to apply and be accepted for any Haile/US Bank College of Business Study Aboard opportunity will be awarded the Haile Student International Mobility Grant in the amount of $500. Recipient must be a first-time participant and in good academic standing at the time of application.
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Netherlands

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Dates of Trip: March 8 - 17, 2018

Application Deadline: November 16, 2018

Netherlands
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Expected Program Cost: $3,300 - $3,450

Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast), flight and local transportation. Costs of side trips and individual spending money are not included.
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Course(s): MGT 360 - Compartive International Management

Professor(s): Mark Thackeray & Ed Fenton

Compare and contrast the supply chains of the beverage and confectionary industries in the United States and the European Union. Interface with students and professors at the Rotterdam Mainport Institute and get a behind the scenes tour of Rotterdam Port and an inland waterway system.

 

Prague

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Dates of Trip: March 8 - 17, 2018

Application Deadline: November 16, 2018

Prague
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Expected Program Cost: $3,300 - $3,450

Amount includes program costs, accommodation (including breakfast), flight and local transportation. Costs of side trips and individual spending money are not included.
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Course(s): BUS 360 & MKT 394

Professor(s): David Raska & Carole Cangioni

The class meets the first eight weeks of the semester to give students an in-depth view of tackling a problem for a Czech business. Over Spring Break, students, explore the beautiful and historic city of Prague, visit companies, enjoy cultural events, travel to the client site in Souther Moravia and present their projects to the client. After the return, students meet for finishing touches to their projects.

 

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Questions?

Alain Krapl
Dir. International Business Program
BAC 390 // (859) 572-6319
krapla1@nku.edu
Office of Education Abroad
UC330  // (859) 572-6194
studyabroad@nku.edu
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