Global Business Programs
Global Business Programs provide students with exciting opportunities to expand their education to include business instruction in an international setting. Participation in a Global Business Program helps to prepare students to work and compete in an international business environment. Developing an understanding of the world beyond the boundaries of the United States will be a huge advantage as you begin your career.
Applications for Spring 2016 programs will be accepted through Tuesday, October 27, 2015. Program participants should expect an acceptance letter no later than Friday, November 6, 2015.
Note: You are welcome to participate in a Global Business Program if you are a non-business student. Global Business Experiences (UNIV399) satisfies knowledge areas Contemporary and Global (CGI) and Cultures and Society (CSO).
Travel Warning Policy
Current Travel Warnings are posted by the U.S. State Department on their website.
Travel Warnings are different from Consular Information sheets which are available for every destination country. Students should always consult State Department consular information sheets for countries in which they plan to travel or study before finalizing plans to go there. These consular information sheets contain more detailed safety and security information, as well as other important health, political, and other information that students should be familiar with. Consular information sheets are also posted by the U.S. State Department.
Other Valuable Sources to consult:
Overseas Security Advisory Council
Australia: Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (Travel Advisories)
United Kingdom's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (select Travel advice)
Follow School of Business students and faculty on their trips abroad
New for Spring 2013!
Always a new adventure and learning experience when traveling with Professor Bill MacKinnon. Join in on the group's adventures to Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand at http://cuinasia2013.wordpress.com/.
Each day you can read about the adventures of 21 Clarkson students who are traveling throughout Northern Italy with Professor Marc Compeau and School of Business Advisor, Chris Compeau. Follow their experiences at www.clarksonitaly2013.wordpress.com.