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Info Session: Summer 2022 Business in London (Study Abroad & Internship)

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
3:00pm – 5:00pm

Storrs Campus
ITE 125

Summer Internship & Study Abroad In London Summer 2022 Information Session

An Honors Core Experience

Presentation from Faculty and Experiential Global Learning Staff: 3:00-3:30pm Drop-in questions: 3:30-5:00pm

INTERN ABROAD - Work with some of the most innovative corporations in London. Gain valuable experience with companies in marketing, economics, finance, business, international relations, journalism, law, public relations or other fields.

STUDY ABROAD - Earn nine credits in eight weeks. Study human rights and geopolitics. Learn how the legal environment of business can make a positive difference in a globalized world. Attend site visits to courtrooms, centers of finance and insurance, the US Embassy, and the Royal Society of the Arts. Absorb the city by visiting museums and businesses as well as walking tours of historic and contemporary districts.

EXPLORE EUROPE - Spend eight weeks in one of the most vibrant commercial cities in the world. Enjoy numerous clubs, more than 200 museums and galleries, and some of the best theatres in Europe. Take advantage of excursions to Stonehenge, Liverpool, and Stratford-Upon-Avon, or wherever you want to go. Visit the Harry Potter studios. Eat haggis in Scotland if you dare. Paris and Europe are a train ride away.

LIVE IN LONDON - Reside in London for eight weeks (June 18 to August 13). The courses have no prerequisites.

WHO SHOULD APPLY - Anyone with an interest in global commerce and ethical conduct and a desire to work with international companies. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible with a minimum 2.75 GPA. Application deadline is in February 2022. Three credits of this program qualify for Honors Core credit.

LEARN MORE – http://s.uconn.edu/4lw

CONTACT – Robert Bird, Professor of Business Law and Eversource Energy Chair in Business Ethics, robert.bird@uconn.edu

Contact:

Prof. Robert Bird, robert.bird@uconn.edu

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