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Study Abroad programs that include courses in Economics:

Belmont in Brazil: The Rhythm of Brazil: Music, Business, & the Olympics

May 13, 2015 - May 27, 2015
Learn about emerging businesses and industries, music and culture of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Includes a focus on the production and promotion of music events, as well as understanding the role of media and advertising with Brazilian consumers.
FOCUS: International Business, Economics, Music Business, Junior Cornerstone, Third Year Writing
CONTACT: Dr. Marieta Velikova or Dan Keen or Clyde Rolston

Belmont in Cuba: The Emergence of Private Enterprise Within the Boundaries of a Communist Country

March 6, 2015 - March 14, 2015
Experience firsthand the political and economic system of Cuba and compare it to the United States.
FOCUS: Economics, Entrepreneurship, International Business, Social Science
CONTACT: Jose Gonzalez or Dr. Marieta Velikova

Belmont in Hawaii

May 10, 2015 - May 29, 2015
Examine the cultural and socioeconomic dimensions of the Asia Pacific Region while immersed in the cultures of Honolulu and the Hawaiian Island of Oahu.
FOCUS:  Economics, Experiential Learning, Global Studies, Humanities, Learning Community Cohort
CONTACT:   Dr. Ronnie Littlejohn  or  Dr. Howard Cochran

Belmont in Ireland & Northern Ireland: Culture & Commerce Across the Emerald Isle

May 10, 2015 - May 24, 2015
Explore two countries with common cultural roots that have finally found peace after centuries of conflict.  En route from Dublin to Cork, Cork to Galway, Galway to Belfast, and Belfast back to Dublin, students will experience breathtaking landscapes, places of cultural interest, and representations of business in Ireland and Northern Ireland.   Throughout the program we will explore interconnection of business and culture. 
FOCUS: Entrepreneurship, International Business, Marketing, Jr. Cornerstone, Third Year Writing
CONTACT: Dr. Jeff Cornwall

Belmont in Spain: International Business and Culture in Valencia, Spain

June 25, 2015 - July 30, 2015
Spend four weeks in the historical coastal city of Valencia, Spain and complete a concentrated study in a wide array of courses of your choosing including Art, Business, Humanities, and Spanish culture.
FOCUS: Art, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Humanities, Management, Marketing
CONTACT: Jose Gonzalez

Copenhagen Business School (Exchange Partner): Copenhagen, Denmark 

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Choose from a variety of business courses at the third-ranked business school in the world
AREA OF STUDY: Accounting, Communication, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Business, Law, Management, Marketing, Political Science, Social Entrepreneurship and Statistics
CONTACT: Dr. Jeff Overby

Lingnan University (Exchange Partner): Hong Kong, China

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Choose from a variety of coursework at this liberal arts University in Hong Kong.
AREA OF STUDY: Accounting, Chinese Language, Finance, Humanities, Management, Marketing, International Business, Languages, Visual Arts, Economics, Political Science, Sociology
CONTACT: Dr. Ronnie Littlejohn

University of St. Andrews (Direct Enroll): St. Andrews, Scotland

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Choose courses from a variety of disciplines and spend a semester or year at the third oldest university in the English-speaking world.
AREA OF STUDY: Economics, English, History, Humanities, Languages, Management, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sciences
CONTACT: Janet Braun

WHU - Otto Beisheim  School of Management (Exchange Partner): Vallendar, Germany

Spring/Fall/Academic Year
Pursue Bachelor and Masters level courses at the only private business school in Germany.
AREA OF STUDY: Accounting,Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, German language and culture, Innovation, Management, Marketing, and Supply Chain Management.
CONTACT: Dr. Jeff Overby or Dr. Regine Schwarzmeier



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