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Global Classrooms

The Moore School's Office of International Activities offers courses that provide students with the opportunity to study abroad during Spring Term — Break and/or Maymester. Courses are led in 26 countries in finance, marketing, management science, management and international business. These short-term courses combine exciting business visits and cultural excursions with renowned faculty to form unique opportunities for students.

Explore our upcoming study abroad courses* that are open to all majors. For more information on destinations, details on how to secure your space or how to be added to our mailing list for weekly updates, please email studyabroad@moore.sc.edu with your request.

*International business majors: All IBUS courses below except IBUS 425 and IBUS 490L can be applied as regional courses. 

Spring Term — Break 2020

Management of Risk and Insurance
London, England — FINA 341
This course can be applied to functional course requirements for IB majors.

Competitive Strategies in Developing Countries
Johannesburg, South Africa, and Mbabane, Swaziland — IBUS 425
This course can be applied to thematic course requirements for IB majors.

Global Comparative Business Study
Munich, Nuremberg, Regensburg — IBUS 490C
This course can be applied to functional course requirements for IB majors. This course can be substituted for MGSC 486, 487 or 491.

Cuba: Economics and Culture
Havana and Trinidad — IBUS 490H

International Business, Security and Religion: Israel and the Middle East
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Galilee — IBUS 490I
This course can be applied to thematic course requirements for IB majors.

Diversity and Inclusion in the Netherlands
Amsterdam — IBUS 490L
This course can be applied to thematic course requirements for IB majors.


Maymester 2020

Business in Central Europe  
(Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary; Bratislava, Slovakia; Prague, Czechia) — IBUS 443

Business Culture in Greece
(Athens and Mykonos) — IBUS 490A

Business in Norway
(Oslo, Bergen and Stavanger) — IBUS 490B

Business Opportunities in the European Market
(Brussels, Belgium, and Paris, France) — IBUS 490E

Business in Germany
(Munich, Stuttgart and Frankfurt) — IBUS 490G

Business in Japan
(Tokyo, Nagoya and Kyoto) — IBUS 490J

Business in New Zealand
(Auckland, Taupo and Wellington) — IBUS 490N

Business in Russia
(Moscow and St. Petersburg) — IBUS 490R

Economic Development and Transition in Vietnam
(Hanoi, Ha Long Bay and Ho Chi Minh City) — IBUS 490V
This course can be applied to functional course requirements for IB majors.

Retail Marketing in Italy
(Florence, Rome and Sorrento) — MKTG 451I
Pre-requisite: MKTG 350. This course can be applied to functional course requirements for IB majors. For marketing majors, this course can be applied as an elective. 

Scholarships

There are numerous scholarship opportunities offered by the Moore School and the university for students looking to fund their Global Classrooms. Please be as detailed as possible when completing the online scholarship application. 

Other Scholarships

Information about additional scholarships for study abroad programs can be found under the Find Scholarships section on the University's Study Abroad website. Passport Travel Grants, the Carolina Global Study Award and the Beyond Boundaries Award can be applied to Global Classroom programs. Information about Fellowships and Scholar Programs can be found on their website. Eligibility requirements and specific application instructions are posted for all awards.  

U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program

The CLS Program is an intensive overseas language and cultural immersion program for American students enrolled at U.S. colleges and universities. Students spend eight to ten weeks abroad studying one of 15 critical languages. The program includes intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences designed to promote rapid language gains.

CLS, a program of the U.S. Department of State, is part of a wider government initiative to expand the number of Americans studying and mastering foreign languages that are critical to national security and economic prosperity. CLS plays an important role in preparing students for the 21st century's globalized workforce and increasing national competitiveness.

Most languages offered by the CLS Program do not require applicants to have any experience studying critical languages.

The CLS Program seeks participants with diverse interests, and from a wide range of fields of study and career paths, with the purpose of representing the full diversity of the United States. Participants are selected based on their commitment to language learning and plans to apply their language skills to their future academic or professional pursuits. Please note that CLS is an intensive group-based language program. 

Prior to preparing their application, interested students should review the full eligibility and application information on the CLS Program website.


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