Business Study Abroad Programs

College is the perfect time for you to invest in yourself through unique, enriching study abroad experiences. Businesses are looking for potential employees with cross-cultural knowledge and understanding. These opportunities will not only give you a competitive edge in the workforce, but they will also provide you with the opportunity to grow personally and academically. 

Annual Programs

Expanding on the school's rich history of study abroad experiences, the School of Business is offering seven featured study abroad experiences for the summer of 2020. Whether you want to expand your practical experience through case study or improve your leadership skills, there is a program for you. 

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China

China and Hong Kong
Dates: ~June 1 - June 8, 2020

Follow the innovation trail and learn the process of developing a micro-innovation company while traveling in China and the United States. Students will learn to identify products in the market with high demand but low customer ratings. They will then evaluate the products and micro-innovate solutions. Students will identify a manufacturer in China, schedule a visit to their facility, and follow the trail back to the American market.


Contact: Lou Paris at lparis@Stetson.edu

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Stetson Innsbruck Program

Innsbruck, Austria
Dates: June 30 - July 31, 2020

This all-inclusive program, now in its 23rd year, allows students to take AACSB International-approved business courses taught abroad by full-time Stetson University faculty and distinguished visitors. This year, the program includes new group excursions, including a day trip to Munich, Germany. Innsbruck is centrally located in the cool and beautiful Alps and is an ideal base to study and travel through Europe.


Contact: John Tichenor, Ph.D., at jticheno@stetson.edu

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Innsbruck Global

Innsbruck, Austria
Dates: May 25 - June 19, 2020

The Management Center of Innsbruck offers a summer program for English-speaking students from countries all over the world. Students will take specialized business courses that utilize the international context to broaden your understanding of international business and culture. This experience is geared for students interested in more independent exploration while taking courses with other international students.

Contact: John Tichenor, Ph.D., at jticheno@stetson.edu

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Moldova

Moldova
Dates: May 18 - May 16, 2020

Join Professor Bill Andrews for an international case study. The experience explores business in the developing world context and the complex dance it plays with corrupt governments, bureaucrats and economic reformers. Students will interact with entrepreneurs, established businesses, agricultural co-ops, members of parliament and US Embassy staff.

Contact: Bill Andrews, Ph.D., at wandrews@stetson.edu

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Scotland

Inverness, United Kingdom
Dates: May 28 - June 25, 2020

This is a multi-university faculty-led program including professors from Stetson, Jacksonville University and Utah Valley University all congregating in Inverness, Scotland, to teach students economics, management and marketing as they relate to the international community. The program includes a resume-boosting case study project with a local Scottish business.


Contact: Jon Carrick, Ph.D., at jcarrick@stetson.edu

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South Korea

Seoul, South Korea
Dates: ~June 29 - July 25*, 2020

Take up to two courses at Hanyang University in the heart of Seoul. Select up to two courses from the myriad of offerings from distinguished international professors, including courses in the areas of art, business, communication, Korean language, science and much more. With over 40 nationalities represented each year, Stetson students will have ample opportunities to network with peers from around the globe.

Contact: Jon Carrick, Ph.D., at jcarrick@stetson.edu

Faculty-Led Programs

Beyond the programs featured above, a variety of faculty-led programs occur throughout the year. Options led by faculty from both within and outside of the School of Business exist. Any faculty-led program available through the Stetson WORLD office is eligible to count toward your Experiential Learning Requirement. Explore the myriad of faculty-led options on the WORLD website!

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