Europe, Student Exchange, Activities: Culture, Activities: Career/Professional Interaction, Activities: Partner University, Fisher College of Business, Global Option, Activities: Company Visits
Having aspiration of working abroad one day, Katelyn Mistele attends a professional speaker event at Copenhagen Business School (Denmark) about setting yourself up for a global career. She learns about the pros and cons of having a globally mobile career, and shares her insights on her experience studying abroad and what she gained from being abroad.
Student Exchange, Activities: Career/Professional Interaction, Asia, Activities: Partner University, Fisher College of Business, Global Option, Activities: Company Visits
"I would highly recommend reaching out to business professionals wherever you go abroad." says Megan Reardon who attended Singapore Management University. She gives tips and advice on how you can set up informational interviews with professionals abroad to take full advantage of expanding your network while abroad!
They visit the Japanese External Trade Organization (JETRO), an organization facilitating foreign direct investment opportunities in Japan, and OMRON, an electronic company creating job opportunities for people with disabilities. Both exposing them to the unique and interesting dynamic of doing business in Japan.
Student Exchange, Activities: Class, Activities: Culture, Asia, Activities: Partner University, Fisher College of Business, Global Option, Activities: Company Visits
One of the classes Megan Reardon took at Singapore Management University (SMU) was "Arts and Culture Management". She worked on a group project to research about The Substation, a arts hubs created under government policy, and through this leaned the difference in U.S. vs Singaporian business practices.
Activities: Historic Sites, Activities: Travel, Activities: Landmarks, Asia, Fisher College of Business, Kakehashi Project, Activities: Company Visits
The first day of adventures in Japan! The group met with the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs to learn more about the Japanese economy and the countries characteristics. After a tasty lunch they visited the Imperial Palace and ended up with a great photo shot!