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Study Abroad

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Develop a global perspective with an international adventure!

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At the University of Redlands School of Business, a current passport and a keen sense of adventure are all you need to enhance your educational journey.  Our faculty encourages all students, alumni and guests to participate in the Study Abroad Program. This year we are offering 4 distinctive two-week courses which are tailored to meet our students' professional and academic interests.  We hope you will consider this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change the way you see and understand the world.  For current availability in each travel course please call the office at 909-748-8748.

These courses are meant to replace your Global Business course in your Core program. Guests and alumni are welcome.

2014-15 Study Abroad Programs             

Challenges of Global Business: Cambridge, England  (trip is full but we have a wait list)
(4 Units)
Travel Dates:     March 13-March 28, 2015
Cost:                 Approximately $4,600

Business in the EuroZone - Austria and Italy  (call now to save your spot!)
(4 Units) 
Travel Dates:      May 19-June 2, 2015
Cost:                  Approximately $5,400

This trip is filling up fast! Please call to reserve your spot!

NEW!!
Business Success in a Challenging Economy:
Mediterranean Cruise to Spain, Italy, France

(4 units)
Travel Dates:     October 21-November 2, 2015
Cost:                 Approximately $4,000-$4,500

NEW !!
Emerging Business in the Far East: Asian Cruise to Thailand, Cambodia, China
(4 units)
Travel Dates:    November 6-November 22, 2015
Cost:                Approximately $5,000-$5,500

Please call Christine Mee for more information at 909-748-8748 or christine_mee@redlands.edu

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