Engage in an experience that will broaden your global mindset by fostering cultural curiosity and adaptability. Smith School short-term programs provide students with the opportunity to apply a comparative international lens to their business education and professional career.
WINTER BREAK — JANUARY 2020
January 2020 course offerings will be announced in the coming weeks. Please check back for additional information.
Please see below a list of courses offered in previous years.
Japan: From Quality Past to Automated Future
Destination: Tokyo, Kyoto, Nagoya
Dates: January 4–14, 2019
Faculty: Pamela Armstrong and David Ashley
|UK, FRANCE & ITALY
Accounting's Future, Present, and Past
Destination: NYC, London, Paris, Florence, Rome
Dates: January 2–21, 2019
Faculty/Staff: James McKinney and Greg Rafal
Social Entrepreneurship in the Contemporary South African Context
Destination: Cape Town
Dates: January 6–19, 2019
Staff: Victor Mullins, Jeanette Snider
|FRANCE AND MOROCCO
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in France and Morocco
Destination: Casablanca, Nice
Dates: January 3–13, 2019
Faculty: Oliver Schlake, Chris Rehkamp
If you have questions about study abroad programs please contact Greg Rafal at email@example.com.
The Smith Common Core Framework
Our robust model ensures students get the most out of their international experience. The model incorporates pre- and post-study abroad sessions specifically designed to prepare students to take full advantage of their cultural immersion and leverage their global business acumen in their future career.
|Pre-program||Undergraduate Common Core — Learn how openness and awareness of cultures, markets, and trends affect global business.|
|Pre-program||Course Specific Content — As determined by the instructor.|
|Pre-program||Pre-Departure Orientation — Health, safety, culture, and logistics.|
|Post-Program||Course Specific Content — As determined by the instructor.|
|Post-Program||Global Showcase — Show off your global mindset and business knowledge through team poster presentations.|
Exact meeting dates and times will be detailed in the course syllabus.