Study Abroad: Budapest

Budapest

Budapest Study Abroad July 12-29, 2010

Program Registration is Now Open

For the First Time in 2010
A Unique Program Open to Undergraduate Students

This trip is designed to allow students to learn about the business and political context in Europe and to experience Central and Eastern European culture.

The program is open to all University of Houston students.

Top 10 Reasons:

  • Acquire an understanding of the business and political climates of three European countries.
  • Analyze the different stage of development that characterizes each one of the three countries. 
  • Explore three of Europe’s most beautiful cities.
  • Fulfill up to two of your INTB, Area Studies, Economics, or other requirements in a fun, efficient, hands-on way.
  • See first-hand how the concepts taught in your Business and Globalization courses work in real life.
  • Utilize site visits to domestic companies to analyze the corporate cultures of the three countries.
  • Compare the operations of multinational corporations across three different national settings.
  • Make international contacts and explore future career opportunities.
  • Earn scholarship money specifically for your study abroad.
  • Bonus: we included a weekend trip to beautiful Transylvania and Dracula’s castle, where you will experience full immersion in Romanian culture.

Contact Information

Dr. Ruxandra Prodan
rprodan@uh.edu
713-743-3836
Olivia Miljanic
omiljanic@uh.edu
713-743-3269
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Course Details:

Courses to be during Summer Session II timeframe from Monday, May 25 – Sunday, May 31, 2015

  • All coursework outside of the weeklong trip to Paris will be online

 

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Although the itinerary for this trip is still tentative, past trips have included:

 

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