Cambridge, Oxford, London and Paris: Challenges of Global Business


Travel Dates: April 1 through April 15, 2016


Participants will visit Cambridge, Oxford, London and Paris. They will experience life in the university cities of Cambridge and Oxford with their rich traditions and stunning medieval architecture.  Students will spend time in London, Europe’s financial capital and travel by Eurostar train to Paris to experience world class food, fashion, art and historic landmarks. 

The Cambridge study abroad program provides an opportunity for participants to see how business is conducted in the European Union, a highly mature and integrated market and one of the world’s largest trading blocks. Students attend lectures conducted by some of Europe’s finest academic and business leaders and additionally they visit a wide variety of international corporations, learning first-hand the challenges of conducting business in the European Union.

Visit Paris’ iconic shopping on the Champs-Élysées, view the art in the Louvre Museum or marvel at the gardens and royal splendor of the Palace of Versailles. Experience the architectural detail of the chapel at King’s College in Cambridge or gaze upon Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London. No matter where your interests or tastes take you you’ll find this trip to be an immensely rewarding educational and travel experience.

Pre-Departure Sessions: TBD
Location: Hentschke Hall, Redlands Campus

A Saturday in February 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.  Hornby 2
Two Saturdays in March 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hornby 2

Now accepting deposits for 2016, the class is filling up fast! Call Christine, only 10-12 spots left!  909-748-8748

Faculty Leader:             Allison Fraiberg
Travel Cost:                  Approximately $4,500-$4,600
$500 Deposit Due:        Now, only 10-12 spots left.

Leadership Application Deadline: January 30, 2016

Pre-departure Meetings: One will be held in February and two in March 2016.

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Appleton Hall

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