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  • Locations: Paris, France
  • Program Terms: Summer (Graduate)
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Program Description:
HSB Grad International SeminarParis Studio Abroad
Course Description:
As one of the most iconic cities in the world, Paris evokes powerful and romantic images – the Eiffel Tower, Arch de Triumph, the Champs Elysee, the Latin Quarter nestled against the Seine, sidewalk cafés and baguettes. Yet, this city of 2.2 million people is much more. It is a center of government, commerce, and the economic and cultural heart of France. In turn, as a member of the “Group of 7” leading industrialized countries, France has the world’s ninth largest, and the European Union’s second largest economies by purchasing power. France is home to 31 of the 500 biggest global companies. It is also home to distinct cultural products, traditions and the number one tourist destination in the world.

The focus of this international seminar is on how this complex, advanced and industrialized country preserves and promotes its own unique business culture while navigating its membership in the European Union and its important role in a global marketplace.

Objectives:
This course is designed to be an intensive and immersive learning experience. The specific objectives are for students to:
  • Be exposed to the fundamentals of doing business in France
  • Examine the dynamics of the European Union and common Euro currency on the business environment in France
  • Apply basic international business concepts to understanding specific business environments
  • Explore the importance of cultural/historical/environmental context in international business
  • Learn about the impact of law and private international dispute resolution on the business environment.
About the Professor:
Kenneth Fox, Professor in School of Business, Director of Conflict Studies & Senior Fellow for DRI, kfox@hamline.edu, 651-523-2411

Professor Fox is a Professor of Business and Director of Conflict Studies. He has nearly twenty years experience teaching, consulting or leading international study programs in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. For the past decade, he has regularly taught American business and law, and European and other graduate and professional, students in France, Spain and Italy, focusing on making and saving business deals in the international context.

Program Information:
This course is a graduate, four-credit seminar, which can count toward an international management, finance, or marketing concentration. Designed to be taken during or after the elective sections of MBA Modules 4, 5, or 6 or by permission of the instructor. MNM, MPA, and DPA students may also participate in this course once they have completed the first year of their program.  Minimum enrollment for this program is 10 students.

Estimated Cost:
  • $3389 for 10-14 students
  • $3099 for 15+ students
  • $100 non-refundable application fee
  • Tuition & Fees: 4 credits based on your cohort tuition rate
Included in the Itinerary:
• Double occupancy hotel accommodations - Single option available: Additional Fee - $605
• Daily breakfast, 2 dinners
• Transportation within city limits 
• Emergency International Medical Insurance
• Internet access at hotel 

Not Included in the Itinerary:
• Round trip airfare
• Trip cancellation insurance
• Meals not included on the itinerary
• Cost of individual recreation
• Laundry and personal expenses
• Visa expenses, if applicable

Contact Information:

Please contact the Global Engagement Center or contact the professors to learn more about this program.


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This program is currently not accepting applications.