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Left to right: Venice, Italy; Bled, Slovenia; Split, Croatia.

Left to right: Venice, Italy; Bled, Slovenia; Split, Croatia.

CBE students to experience European business

9 March 2016

The College of Business and Economics now offers a new course that includes a ten-day international study tour, for later year undergraduate students.

This elective course, Global Business Immersion (CBEA3066) includes a faculty-led overseas study tour, for up to thirty CBE undergraduate students.

The Semester 1 study tour will see course convener Dr Andrew Bradly lead a group of 26 CBE students on a study tour to Mumbai and Pune in India, departing in April 2016.

The second semester study tour is set to take place during the mid-semester break in September 2016.  Course convener Dr Vesna Sedoglavich will lead a study tour to three European countries: Slovenia, Italy and Croatia.

“The Global Business Immersion course and our study tour to Europe is a great opportunity for CBE students to gain a first-hand insight into the business environment in Slovenia, Italy and Croatia,” said Dr Sedoglavich.

“Because each of these countries joined the European Union at different times and under different circumstances, students will be encouraged to compare and contrast how European Union integration has impacted on businesses within these countries.”

“Students will gain a better understanding of the business challenges and opportunities in Europe, and the factors that have shaped business practices in the three countries,” she said.

The 10 day study tour covers a range of activities including lectures at several universities, industry visits and sightseeing. Students will experience the diversity and complexity of the European Union, which currently consists of 28 different member states.

This list 1 elective is open to any CBE undergraduate student in their third year (or later) – students do not need to have previously completed units in International Business.

Places in the Global Business Immersion course are limited, so if you are interested in receiving further information about this elective, please email enquiries.rsm@anu.edu.au to register your interest in this course.

Updated:   7 March 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team