Engage the World. Experience Learning.
Understanding the dynamics of international business and the global economy is at the heart of the Haslam curriculum.
These programs are designed specifically for business students to give them the opportunity to study abroad alongside Haslam faculty. With ten unique programs that vary from a one-week spring break experience to a month-long program over the summer, students can earn university credit, learn about business concepts and theory, and see them applied in business.
|First Year Experience||Cuba||Dec. 14-21, 2018|
|First Year Experience||Costa Rica||Dec. 14-21, 2018|
|Spring Term*||South America||March 10-17, 2018|
|Mini Term||Dublin||May 14-31, 2018|
|Mini Term||London||May 10-25, 2018|
|Mini Term||Panama||May 13-26, 2018|
|Mini Term||Barcelona||May 10-29, 2018|
|Mini Term||South Africa||May 12-26, 2018|
|Summer||Germany||June 5-July 5, 2018|
|Summer||Italy||July 13-Aug. 3, 2018|
* Program consists of seven weeks on campus coupled with one week abroad during spring break
Business students can study abroad for a semester, summer or full academic year and tailor a study abroad experience to fit their needs. Connect with Haslam’s Office of International Programs and Study Abroad or begin researching options through the University of Tennessee Center for International Education.
|September 13||First Year Experience deadline. This program is for freshmen should apply by September 14 to be considered for the First Year Experience program. Interviews and a selection process follow the application.|
|November 1||Deadline for local spring semester program coupled with spring break study abroad experience.|
|November 30||Priority Deadline. Students should apply by the priority deadline to be considered for their first-choice program.|
|February 1||Final Deadline. Students who have not applied or been selected by the priority deadline can apply for remaining spaces after the final deadline. We encourage students to apply early to maximize their chance of being selected.|
Financial considerations play a key role in the decision to study abroad. We want to help students achieve their ideal experiences and understand finding the right mix of location, programming and cost is essential.
Just as in the United States, locations around the world have different costs of living. Study abroad is an exercise in adaptability, and students who plan their experiences with an open mind are often best served.
Some scholarships to consider include:
· Haslam Undergraduate Study Abroad Scholarships
· UT Center for International Education Study Abroad Scholarships
· Boren Awards for International Study
· Critical Language Scholarship Program
· First Year Experience Scholarships
Haslam study abroad advising appointments can be scheduled through GradesFirst by selecting Business Student Engagement & Success.
Visit Haslam’s Office of International Programs and Study Abroad (HBB 254) on the mezzanine level of the Haslam Business Building to discover your study abroad options. You can also contact the center by email at email@example.com.
Additional information can be found on the programs abroad website of the University of Tennessee’s Center for International Education. Also, take a moment to learn more about Ready for the World, UT’s ambitious plan to help students gain the international and intercultural knowledge they need to succeed in today’s diverse world.