International Business Seminars: Winter Two Europe - London and Paris in 11 Days!

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Winter Two is a condensed version of our Winter One seminar. This seminar is perfect for undergraduate students who want to expand their international business education but might have time constraints during their winter break or are uneasy about... read more

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A student studying abroad with International Business Seminars: Winter Two Europe - London and Paris in 11 Days!
I learned in depth knowledge on a plethora of subjects I may not have researched had I been on my own. meeting so many new people and exploring all of these new places with them was an unforgettable experience for me and I can't wait to do it again! I learned I can hold my own in a foreign place and with confidence too! - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with International Business Seminars / IBS: Winter Two
i gained lifetime friends, learned my way around two cities in europe, 1000% worthwhile. i would do it all over again in a second. - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with International Business Seminars / IBS: Winter Two
I learned more about the different cultures and feel like I really opened up as a person. - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge View Entire Review
I learned quite about the differences between doing business in America versus business in foreign countries. It was absolutely worth hearing different prospectives from business leaders within their home countries. - California Lutheran University View Entire Review
January 22, 2018 You Wont Regret It!
I learned a lot about how our cultures compared to other people are so drastically different. It is totally worth every moment of your life to do something like this. - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge View Entire Review
It was a entirely unforgettable experience! - University of Mississippi View Entire Review
Yes it was worthwhile. I gained independence through using the tube and metro. - Northern Illinois University View Entire Review
I learned a lot about European culture during my time in London and Paris. This trip was definitely worthwhile! - Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge View Entire Review

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Winter Two is a condensed version of our Winter One seminar. This seminar is perfect for undergraduate students who want to expand their international business education but might have time constraints during their winter break or are uneasy about studying abroad for a longer period. Students will learn about the culture, customs, and international business practices in London,UK and France. Most importantly, students will observe the difference between each country visited and the United States. 

International Business Seminars (IBS) programs provide a variety of unique opportunities:


  • Network with business executives by visiting global companies to learn about how business is conducted and the challenges that come from running a multi-national organization.

  • Earn university credit while applying the knowledge you've learned in the classroom to real-life business settings.

  • Gain a competitive advantage for your career by experiencing international policies, political climates, and international business environments while building confidence, cultural understanding, and an ability to adapt to a variety of situations.

  • Experience some of the world's most well-known attractions and destinations.

Winter Two Highlights:

  • Visit London, United Kingdom & Paris, France in 11 days

  • Experience New Year's Eve in London, cultural activities, and free time to explore.

  • Participate in city tours to see the most well-known attractions, including the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben, and more

  • Learn from business executives at global companies such as the Hard Rock Cafe, World Bank Group, and more

  • View international business practices in a variety of industries, including: finance, marketing, economics, and more

  • Stay in 4-star hotels with front-lobby security

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • January Term
  • Short Term
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Language Requirement(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Journalism
  • International Business Law
  • Psychology
  • Business
  • Commerce
  • Business Administration and Management
  • International Business
  • Marketing
Minimum GPA:
2.5
Year Founded:
1976
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International Business Seminars / IBS Scholarships

The role of an IBS Digital Ambassador is to creatively share your experience for future marketing and recruiting purposes. The ideal digital ambassador will be willing to try new things, step out of their comfort zone and candidly share their experience with others. No blogging or video creation experience is necessary, but it may be helpful! Photo/video tips and suggestions will be provided to help guide you. We encourage everyone who is interested in this type of experience to apply. Note that the application is to submit an entry video to scholarships@ibstours.com

$500-$1000

Deadlines:
Winter applications are due October 15th. Summer applications are due March 1st.

Guidelines/Requirements:
Qualification: Students must be currently enrolled for an IBS seminar. --- How to Apply: Must submit a video entry to scholarships@ibstours.com before the deadline. Entry should be a 1-4 minute video sharing why you are choosing to attend your IBS seminar, why you’d like to be an IBS Digital Ambassador and describe your experience with video creation. Share how you will be successful in this role if you’re selected to be one of our digital ambassadors. --- Selection Criteria: Video submissions will be evaluated by an IBS selection team on the following guidelines: - The overall presentation, story-telling, and professionalism. - General creativity and ability to inspire others with video creation. - Experience with video creation or willingness to learn, combined with strategies to be successful in this role. --- Requirements if selected: During the program: - At orientation, introduce yourself and announce that you are going to make a video of the experience at the end of the seminar, so you’ll be taking photos and videos throughout the program. Encourage others to share their photos and videos with you. - Conduct and video record at least 6 student interviews. You will be provided with sample questions to ask and each interview should only take 5-10 minutes. Minimum of 5 questions per interview. - Encourage students to participate in the photo contest using #IBSabroad when they post photos to social media. - Interact with IBS social media throughout the program. After the seminar: - 3 weeks after the program, upload all of your photos and video footage (and photos/video you’ve gathered from other students) to google drive to share with IBS. - Using some of your video footage and photos, put together a video showing what the program experience was like from your eyes. The video should be 2-4 minutes. (It’s okay if you don’t have a lot of experience with editing videos, do your best.) - You will need to send us your completed video via google drive no later than 3 weeks after the program. --- Awards: IBS announces scholarship recipients on October 22nd for winter programs and March 5th for summer programs.

Our Undocumented Student Support Scholarship (USSS) was created for undocumented students who want to attend an IBS virtual seminar. These awards go to students who are interested in better understanding the business world, interacting with executives at global companies, and networking with students around the world.

$300

Deadlines:
Summer 2022 applications are due March 15th, 2022.

Guidelines/Requirements:
Qualification: Undocumented students enrolled in an IBS virtual seminar. --- How to Apply: Must submit an essay of 500 – 1,000 words through the Undocumented Student Support Scholarship Application form before the deadline addressing these two prompts: - Discuss your goals for the program and how you think attending an IBS virtual seminar will benefit you personally, professionally, and academically. - How will achieving these goals impact your life and the lives of others? --- Selection Criteria: Essays will be evaluated by an IBS selection team on the following guidelines: - Student’s thoughtfulness of their goals during their seminar and clear articulation of personal, professional, and academic benefits. - Overall presentation, storytelling, and professionalism. --- Requirements if selected: Supporting and improving the IBS Undocumented Student Support Scholarship by providing feedback through surveys and by helping us promote the program to friends and family.

The Founders Scholarship was created to support students who want to attend an IBS seminar and have an additional financial need. These awards go to students who are actively finding ways to finance their program with IBS and have thoughtful personal, professional and academic goals for their time abroad.

$250-$1,000

Deadlines:
Winter applications are due October 15th. Summer applications are due March 1st.

Guidelines/Requirements:
Qualification: Students must be currently enrolled for an IBS seminar. --- How to Apply: Must submit an essay of 1,000 – 2,000 words through the Founders Scholarship Application form before the deadline addressing these three topics: - Discuss your goals for the program and how you think attending an IBS seminar will benefit you personally, professionally and academically. - Discuss your financial strategy and explain all of your efforts to fund your seminar with IBS. - Will this scholarship determine if you attend? Describe if and how this award would positively impact your attendance in your program. --- Selection Criteria: Essays will be evaluated by an IBS selection team on the following guidelines: - Student’s thoughtfulness of their goals during their seminar and clear articulation of personal, professional and academic benefits. - Described financial need and additional efforts to secure full funding for their program. - Overall presentation, storytelling, and professionalism. --- Requirements if selected: Must write 3 blogs 3 weeks after your seminar ends. IBS will provide assistance with blog writing and topic guidance. No experience is necessary. Each blog will be 750-1,500 words total with 4-6 pictures each. --- Awards: IBS announces scholarship recipients on October 22nd for winter programs and March 5th for summer programs.

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