Willamette MBA students will head to Germany, Singapore and Vietnam for 2020 Study Abroad

by MBA Marketing,

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Students interested in study abroad Germany or Singapore/Vietnam are in luck! Early Career and Career Change (full-time) students and MBA for Professionals (part-time) students are all welcome; applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until full.

Singapore/Vietnam: January 4-11, 2020

vietnam-250x250.pngMany multinational regional headquarters either have moved or are moving to Singapore. Willamette MBA students will be visiting manufacturing facilities and alumni in Vietnam, a quickly developing country.

 

 

 

 

Germany (Berlin/Nuremberg): March 21-28, 2020

berlin-250x250.pngEurope is set to change with Brexit looming near. Willamette MBA students will have a first look at how Germany is managing through Brexit and what they’re doing to stay ahead as one of Europe’s leading economies.

Willamette MBA’s study abroad program is a one week immersion into another business culture featuring 8-10 company visits and meetings with executives who help students understand the most important issues facing these countries or regions today. Using specific countries or region as a backdrop, the study abroad program focuses on key industries and factors to consider when entering or conducting business in these markets.

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