For four months of her Fordham career, Lauren Jantsch woke up each morning in a dorm-style Danish kollegium and walked the streets of Copenhagen to her class in European Business Strategy. On off days, acting as a student consultant, she advised the Danish microbrewery Skands on how to internationalize its brand.
Imagine being able to mention that kind of experience in a job interview.
So-what is your full semester abroad going to be like?
Maybe you'll be able to answer some of these questions ...
- How is a morning meeting run in Singapore?
- What's it like to meet executives at UBS in Geneva or at a Chilean vineyard?
- How do you respectfully make a comment in a Beijing boardroom?
Fordham has connections with more than 150 programs in countries all over the world. In terms of curriculum and coursework, Gabelli has special ties with:
- The Beijing Center of Loyola University Chicago - Beijing, China
- John Felice Center of Loyola University Chicago - Rome, Italy
- Koc University - Istanbul, Turkey
- Syracuse University Madrid Center - Madrid, Spain
- Ubuntu Program - Pretoria, South Africa
- Universitat Ramón Llull - Barcelona, Spain
- University College Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
- Vienna University of Business and Economics - Vienna, Austria
- not to mention Fordham's own London campus.
Think about which nation will be your home for a few months. The choice is yours.