The Perdue School of Business in
collaboration with the faculty of economics and
management at the Technische Universitat Berlin
(TUB) in Germany offers students the opportunity
to experience first- hand one of the world’s
leading economies. Berlin is not only the seat
of government, but it is also home to many major
German and multinational companies. TUB is one
of three major universities in the city and has
several thousand international students
attending each year. The next program is
scheduled for January 2011.
CLASSES: While abroad students attend
classes each morning at TU Berlin, taught by SU
professors who will be joined by guest speakers
to address topics related to doing business in
Germany and the European Union. Afternoons are
reserved for additional guest speakers, cultural
activities such as museum and city tours as well
as business site visits where students will have
the opportunity to view first-hand how business
German and multinational companies operate in
Germany. The students will also be able to
discuss international business practices with
local business executives.
Students are required to take one of the
ACCT 435 ACCOUNTING IN ITS GLOBAL SETTING
BUAD 386 BUSINESS IN ITS GLOBAL SETTING
ACCT 630 INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING
BUAD 686 GLOBAL BUSINESS
Estimated Costs Worksheet
|Tuition for 3
(varies by individual)
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Supplies(varies by class)
Entertainment (varies by individual)
COST: Total cost of the business
and culture program will be around $3,300-$3,600will
be determined in fall 2010. The price
includes: tuition, housing, all breakfasts and two
dinners, round trip transportation-plane and train,
site visits, ground transfers and taxes and
assistance by program staff traveling with group.
Admission is competitive and
enrollment is limited to 30 participants.
Students will be admitted on a rolling basis until
the program is full.
deadline is April 23, 2010.
also submit the following directly to the program
- An unofficial
transcript. Students will be selected
based on business discipline, GPA (a minimum of a
- 2 letters of
form available here).
students must be in good conduct standing with the