Summer Study Abroad Programs
Faculty-led study abroad programs expose Walton College students to international business realities, preparing them to work and succeed in a global economy.
The expectations are high, but the reward is a deep understanding of the challenges of working in a developing country, an amazing cultural immersion and the experience of leadership and accomplishment.
Delve into the business, political, and cultural environment in Brazil, and explore the Brazilian/American economic and business relationship.
The retail in Chile study abroad trip is designed to provide students who are interested in pursuing a career in Retail a strong background of the processes within the global context. This course has been developed to provide a good balance of theory and practical application, addressing both strategic and operational issues.
Explore the changing business environment in China, including opportunities and challenges of doing business as an international partner.
Gain perspective on the trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, colonialism, pan-Africanism, as well as Ghana's current role in the global economy.
The study abroad program will provide students with insights into Irish culture and history as well as international business and the economic environment in the European Union.
The CIMBA Italy undergraduate summer program offers students the unique experience of learning abroad while providing high-quality upper-division courses on a variety of subjects.
Nestled in the heart of Rome, the University of Arkansas's Rome Center is the perfect study abroad opportunity.
This program will give students first-hand experience of the Japanese economic system. Students will tour many of Japan's foremost manufacturing facilities gaining knowledge of the different production and management techniques.
Agriculture, business and engineering students will work together in a poultry business that is intended to be a model for sustainable economic development.
This study abroad experience will address issues relating to the drivers of globalization and managing supply/demand fulfillment and transportation processes across an extended and global organization.