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SM+122+Lecture+2009+l - Study Abroad Sandra Procopio,...

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Unformatted text preview: Study Abroad Sandra Procopio, Assistant Dean Elisa Vincent, Assistant Director Undergraduate Program Managing Your Time Balancing Your Life Asking For Help Professional Portfolio How will you differentiate yourself? Academic Competence (GPA) Skills Development Writing & Communication Teamwork Research Technology Extracurricular Activities Work Experience Study Abroad Why Study Abroad? Build Core Competencies and Globalize Your College Experience. Demonstrate the Ability to Live, Learn, and Interact in a Different Culture. Expand Your World View. Learn Different Approaches and Perspectives to Management Practice and Education. Gain a Competitive Advantage by Living and Working in a Foreign Country. Enhance Your Professional Portfolio and Expand Your Professional Networks. Strengthen Your Proficiency in a Foreign Language. Learn More About Yourself and Travel. Study Abroad Programs BU Internship and Language & Liberal Arts Programs (Fall, Spring, and Summer) Management Internship Programs (MIP) (Spring Semester Only, except Auckland and D.C. MIP) Management Exchange Programs (MEP) (Spring and Fall semesters) BU Internship and Language & Liberal Arts Programs Sydney, Australia Beijing, China Shanghai, China** Quito, Ecuador Alexandria, Egypt London, England Grenoble, France Paris, France Dresden, Germany Dublin, Ireland Haifa, Israel Padova, Italy Tuscany, Italy Venice, Italy Kyoto, Japan Guadalajara, Mexico Auckland, New Zealand Niamey, Niger Lima & Ayacucho, Peru Dakar, Senegal Burgos, Spain Madrid, Spain Menorca, Spain Geneva, Switzerland Ankara, Turkey Istanbul, Turkey Los Angeles, CA Washington, D.C. Guadalajara , Mexico** London Internship Program MG 429, The European Business Environment MK 467, International Marketing, Spring Only. 1 Internship: EC 497 2 Liberal Arts Courses Los Angeles Internship Program SMG MG 435, Management in the Entertainment Industry SMG LA 430, Entertainment Law Choice of COM Elective or SMG MG 438, Talent Management 1 Internship, EC 497 Management Internship Programs Direct Enrollment, Management and Liberal Arts Courses, and an Internship Spring Only, except Auckland and DC MIP. Universit Paris Dauphine, France Universidad Autnoma de Madrid, Spain University College Dublin, Ireland University of Auckland, New Zealand University of Sydney, Australia George Washington University, Washington D.C. Management Exchange Programs Direct Enrollment, Management, and Liberal Arts Courses Copenhagen Business School Denmark Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters University of Trier Germany Spring Semester Only When to Study Abroad. Spring Semester of Junior Year, after CORE. Fall Semester of Senior Year. Summers: Typically between Sophomore and Junior Year and between Junior and Senior Year. To Apply (www.bu.edu/abroad/apply) Review websites: http://smg.bu.edu/upo/academics/study_abroad.shtml www.bu.edu/abroad Attend Information Sessions (posted through International Programs) and Study Abroad Walk-In Advising Hours (These will be posted in the UPO and in weekly emails at the beginning of each semester.) Requirements: Completion of SM 323 for MIP and MEP Programs, LIP and LA. 3.00 or above GPA Apply online at www.bu.edu/abroad/apply Language Requirements Vary for Each Program For MEP Programs: Applications Available in the UPO. For More Information on Study Abroad Opportunities for SMG Students: Elisa Vincent Undergraduate Program Office [email protected] 617.353.2650 For More Information on BU Programs and MIP: Division of International Programs 232 Bay State Road, 5th Floor www.bu.edu/abroad ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course SMG SM 122 taught by Professor Roberts during the Spring '09 term at BU.

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