Business Short-Term Study Abroad with FIU
Summer 2018 Program
Singapore and China
June 26- July 7, 2018
The UCF Integrated Business Program, together with FIU, is offering all students a unique opportunity to join FIU’s short-term faculty led programs. Study international business around the world and earn 3 credits for your major!
These short-term study abroad programs are conducted within the context of management and international business courses offered by FIU and provide a unique opportunity for students to gain knowledge about conducting business in another culture/foreign environment. Students also obtain specific in-country experiences regarding international business and management opportunities in foreign countries.
Students enroll in an associated 3-credit course as transient students and receive transfer credit from FIU.
Winter Break: Dubai, UAE & New Delhi, India
Spring Break: Rome, Italy & Paris, France
All program fees are paid directly to FIU. Please contact Holly Bouma, Associate Director of International Programs at UCF College of Business, for a price breakdown and budget. An initial registration fee is due to FIU when enrolling. The registration fee can be paid with any major credit card and FIU cannot accept checks or money orders. The registration fee will be deducted from the program fee.
- Round-trip international airfare from Orlando
- Hotel accommodations (based on double occupancy)
- Ground transportation (as indicated on the itinerary)
- Entry to cultural and business visits
- Daily breakfast.
- Any applicable entry/exit fees or visas
- Lodging incidentals (i.e. room service) or extensions
- meals not covered in the program
- appropriate tips
- voluntary tours or excursions not covered in the program
- Personal spending money (activities, toiletries, snacks, etc.)
Program Advisor: Holly Bouma
- UCF student (all majors welcome)
- Must be in good standing (academic, conduct and financial) with UCF
Program Advisor email: firstname.lastname@example.org
**Programs are led by UCF Business Professor Dr. Carole Ann Creque