August 15, 2013
2014 Winterim study trip to India, January 1–16
Business students: spend your Winterim break exploring the business, economy, politics, society, religion, history and culture of India. Learn how the more than 20 states in India coexist in harmony despite differences in language, social class, lifestyles, and culture.
Students will spend three weeks in India visiting business and cultural sites in cities of Agra, Jaipur, and New Delhi, the capital of India.
The trip will be led by Dr. Dawna Drum, UW-Eau Claire Department of Accounting and Finance and will include students from UW-Eau Claire and Saginaw Valley State University.
Instruction is in English. The curriculum will be provided by professors at Delhi University and Shri Ram College of Commerce. SRCC is a renowned business school in India and retains its prestigious position as the foremost of institutions dedicated to commerce and economics education.
UW-Eau Claire students will enroll in BSAD 191/MBA 797, Special Topics, Globalization in India. Upon successful completion of the course, students will earn three credits.
The application deadline is September 16, 2013. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the program is full or until September 16, whichever comes first.
For more information, contact Dr. Nancy Hanson-Rasmussen, UW-Eau Claire Department of Management and Marketing at email@example.com, or visit the UW-Eau Claire Center for International Education (CIE) website.
2014 India Winterim Program
- GPA requirement: 2.30 or better
- Year in school: At least sophomore standing by program beginning
- Academic pre-requisites: None
- Accommodations: Students will stay at the nearby International Guest House while at SRCC. During the two-night trip to Agra and Jaipur, they will stay in hotels. Lodging prices are based on double occupancy. Meals will be provided at SRCC. Students are responsible for purchasing their own meals when traveling to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.
- Estimated costs:
MBA Consortium: $6915
*Undergraduate fees have been subsidized by a grant from the UW-Eau Claire Faculty-Led International Immersion Experiences (FLIIE) Program.