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


Travel Dates: Tentative for March 13 through March 27, 2015

This program provides an opportunity to study in the renowned University towns of Cambridge and Oxford addressing the origins and consequences of global business and the influence of Europe in the international economy. Students also visit companies in London.

Cambridge charms visitors with its numerous museums, bookstores, punting on the River Cam and the breathtaking architecture of the thirty-plus colleges comprising Cambridge University. Paris and London offer interesting contrasts in business culture among two of Europe's most important capitals. Students are encouraged to make their own arrangements for exploring London and Paris.

Established in the 9th Century, The city of Oxford itself provides a plethora of cultural and historical attractions, ornate architecture and advanced scholarship. There is much to offer in this busy sophisticated town. The rich environment continually draws some of the best and brightest students who are earnest about their studies. Studying in Oxford will ready students to take their love for learning and their intellectual curiosity into a larger community of academia, and business. Students will greatly benefit from their historically sensitive experiences. 

Itinerary from last year's trip

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

TBD  10 am - 4 pm  Hornby 2
TBD 10 am - 4 pm Hornby 2
TBD 10 am - 4 pm  Hornby 2 


Now accepting deposits for 2015! Call Christine to reserve your seat before it fills up-- 909-748-8748

Faculty Leader:             Bruce Rawding
Travel Cost:                   Approximately $4,550
$500 Deposit Due:         December 28, 2014 or before class fills up

Leadership Application Deadline: January 30, 2015

Predeparture Meetings: To be determined

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