Cambridge, Oxford, London, Paris

Business Development in England and France



Travel Dates: March 30 - April 13, 2019

Travel Costs, including air: $3,700 - $4,100

Travel Cost, land only: $3,000 - $3,400

Destinations: Cambridge, Oxford, London, Paris

Program Leader: Michael MacQueen, Professor

Deposit: A deposit of $500 will save your spot for this program. This program typically sells out quickly.

Guests, family, and alumni are always welcome to participate in our programs.

Participants will visit Cambridge, Oxford, London and Paris to study business development in the UK and France. You will experience life in the university cities of Cambridge and Oxford, with their rich traditions and stunning medieval architecture. In London, you will explore Europe’s financial capital and the seat of government for the United Kingdom. Then you will travel by Eurostar to Paris to experience world class food, fashion, art, and historic landmarks.

The UK-France study abroad program provides the opportunity for participants to see how business is conducted in some of Europe’s most mature and integrated markets, and to consider the social, political, and economic effects of the 2016 “Brexit” vote. Students visit a variety of international corporations as well as local businesses—some very old and others a relatively new presence in the market—to learn about business traditions and innovations in Europe.  Additionally, students attend lectures on vital business topics conducted by some of Europe’s finest academics.

Shop on the Champs-Elysees, view masterpieces in the Louvre, and 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, visit the “Harry Potter” tree in Oxford, and gaze upon Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London. No matter where your interests and tastes take you, you’ll find this trip to be an immensely rewarding educational and travel experience.

More Information: Please email Khanhvy Nguyen or call 909-748-8749.

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