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* International New Venture Creation across Europe (Business)
Budapest, Hungary; London, United Kingdom; Stockholm, Sweden (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer
Budget Sheets Summer
CSU Deadlines / Program Dates:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 12/01/2017 12/15/2017 05/17/2018 05/30/2018
Participants will depart the U.S. on May 16 to arrive in Europe on May 17.
Fact Sheet:
Grade Point Average:
2.5
Language(s) of Instruction:
English
Program Coordinator:
Aimee Jones Program Type: CSU Short Term Program
Areas of Study:
Business
Program Description:

International New Venture Creation

across Europe

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On this two-week faculty-led summer program, students will visit several important cities of commerce across Europe (London, Budapest, and Stockholm) in order to gain a greater perspective on entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.  Students will have the opportunity to view some diverse business and financial approaches.  Additional learning opportunities will include guest lectures from entrepreneurs and industry leaders as well as cultural excursions.

 

Program At-a-Glance

WHEN:   May 17  - May 30, 2018 (depart from U.S. May 16)

CREDITS: All committed students will be registered for MGT 482A: International New Venture Creation (3 credits) through CSU's Division of Continuing Education. This course will satisfy elective credits for all business concentrations. All tuition and program charges will be billed at the start of the summer term.

COST: See the Budget Sheet (also linked above) for details.  The program fee includes accommodations in hotels, in-country flights, entrance fees for required excursions, some meals, medical insurance, faculty and on-site support, and local transportation. Program fees do not include international airfare, several meals, passport/visas, and personal spending money.

SCHOLARSHIPS: Applicants for this program are eligible for scholarships through the Office of International Programs.
  • The College of Business Education Abroad Scholarship: Applicants must have a major in the College of Business and be an undergraduate student with at least one semester upon return to CSU. Other eligibility requirements include 3.0 GPA and demonstrated financial need for Need-Based Scholarships and 3.5 GPA for Merit-Based Scholarships.

PROGRAM LEADER:  Grace Hanley Wright, Entrepreneurship Instructor in the College of Business at Colorado State University.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:  Minimum 2.5 GPA. Instructor approval. Good disciplinary standing. Preference is given to students who have completed 60 credit hours prior to departure.

Academic Overview

Business is global!  Through lectures, field work, data collection, and company visits, CSU students will have the opportunity to learn about global economic processes through the exposure to non-US businesses. Throughout this two-week long program, students will participate in corporate and university visits as well as cultural excursions to enhance course material and cultural understanding.  

Students will be enrolled in one 3 credit CSU course (MGT 482A International New Venture Creation). This course will help develop the knowledge and competence needed to be an effective entrepreneur/intrapreneur in today's global workplace. The ability to use assets effectively, build cross cultural relationships, and utilize resources through business networks is vital to the success of entrepreneurial/intrapreneurial ventures. This course will help participants gain knowledge of the principles that underlie new venture creation in a global context.  

 After the end of the program, students can then choose to return to the United States or decide to further travel through Europe on their own.

Course Objectives: 
  • Identify the processes, challenges, and considerations of successful entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship in international environments. 
  • Identify and document the key components of business planning and execution for an international venture.
  • Describe the essential process that international entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs go through when they plan and execute their ventures.
  • Describe the influence that culture has on entrepreneurial and intraprenerial behavior and decision-making in international environments.

Location

Students in the program will travel to London, Budapest, and Stockholm over the course of 2 weeks. This multi-destination program allows students to observe a number of different business practices in a variety of locations. By moving from city to city, students will see the influence that culture has on entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial behavior and decision-making in international environments.

Housing and Meals

Students will be staying in various hotels throughout the duration of the program. Breakfasts are provided in most hotels and some dinners will also be provided for the group; however, students should budget to pay for most meals independently.
 
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