International Field Study Courses and Trips
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Professionals entering today's global economy require a well-rounded business education that fuses contemporary disciplines with international applications and hands-on experience. As a result, Pace University's Lubin School of Business is committed to providing global learning opportunities for all graduate and undergraduate students.
In addition to a full slate of long-term study abroad programs, Lubin provides unique opportunities for students to gain short-term international academic experience through fully credited BBA and MBA courses. International Field Study Courses are organized by the Lubin Center for Global Business Programs in cooperation with the Departments of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Legal Studies and Taxation, Management, and Marketing. Students attend classes, interact with professors, tour company facilities, meet with governmental leaders and participate in roundtable workshops conducted by globally recognized academics—all in an informal educational setting.
Most International Field Study Courses are scheduled during spring break, winter break, or during summer months. Courses include pre-trip classroom instruction, followed by 10-14 days of on-site workshops led by full-time Lubin faculty. Students earn full academic credit for all International Field Study Courses.
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FALL 2020 FIELD STUDIES
NOTICE REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19): We understand that students may be hesitant about applying for a Fall 2020 faculty-led course (with travel abroad) due to the global COVID-19 situation. All of the Pace Fall 2020 faculty-led courses feature study abroad in January 2021. Please refer to the Pace Study Abroad Web page for their recommendation regarding registration for any Fall 2020 faculty-led course.
Undergraduate Field Study (MAR 356) in International Marketing to Belgium and England
Expected Dates Abroad: January 5-14, 2021 (depart the US on January 4 or earlier)
The International Marketing Field Trip to Brussels and London will study the effects of European integration and culture on marketing activities in Europe, the marketing activities of US firms in the EU, and the future of the European Union, including the withdrawal of the UK (Brexit). Students will meet with business executives, educators, and government officials to discuss international marketing and business practices. Students will study cultural values and norms in Belgium and England and participate in various cultural activities. In addition to classroom presentations by representatives of international organizations and companies, students with be provided with readings, case studies and other instructional material via Blackboard. $2,000 Figueroa Scholarship available. Apply at www.pace.edu/lubin/travelscholarships between 3/30 - 6/11/20. For more information about this course, contact the Marketing Department at 212-618-6449 or Prof. Dennis Sandler at email@example.com. >> registration and more information
Undergraduate (FIN 360) and Graduate (FIN 680V) Field Study in International Finance to South Africa
Expected Dates Abroad: January 5-15, 2021 (depart the US on January 4 or earlier)
This course is an international field study course, which incorporates a 10-day trip to Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa. It will introduce students to the economies of South Africa and other countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa region, with a focus on business opportunities and challenges, development and digitalization. The trip will emphasize the lessons other African nations could learn from South Africa, in order to achieve financial development and boost their economic growths. While in South Africa, students will attend seminars given by corporations, financial institutions, government officials, and other financial executives. There will be on-campus lectures discussing the relevant theories and principles prior to our departure on the trip. $2,500 Celentano Scholarship available. Apply at www.pace.edu/lubin/travelscholarships between 3/30 - 6/11/20. For more information about this course, contact Prof. Burcin Col at firstname.lastname@example.org. >> registration and more information