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Programs : Featured
This is a listing of all the featured programs in the program catalog. You can view the brochure for any of these programs by clicking on the program name.
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*Study at Suffolk Boston- Exchange (Exchange)
Boston, United States

Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring
Partner(s): Aalesund University( Høgskolen i Ålesund), CEU San Pablo, Ecole Superieure de Gestion (ESG), Escola Superior de Marketing (ESPM), Hoa Sen University, International University of Monaco (IUM), Jutus Liebig University, Kansai Gadai University, KEDGE Business School, Koc University, Nanyang Technological University, O.P. Jindal Global University, Pole Universitaire Leonard de Vinci, Ritsumeikan University, Roehampton University, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, Sophia University, Stockholm University School of Business, Tamkang University, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Universidad del Desarrollo, Universidad Iberoamericana, University College Cork, University of New York in Prague, Waterford University, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Yeditepe University, Yonsei University
Description: Suffolk is the only university in downtown Boston, but the city is more than just our address—it’s our community, our classroom, our workspace, and our playground. Boston is more than just our address—it’s our commu nity,[...]
*Suffolk University Madrid Campus
Madrid, Spain

Terms: Academic Year, Fall, Spring, Summer
Description: Madrid has a distinct rhythm, often very pleasant for visitors. Despite its cosmopolitan atmosphere, the city still runs at a different pace. At night, the city takes on a new life as residents frequent the tapas bars. Families of all ages are of ten[...]
Faculty-Led: Study In Prague
Prague, Czech Republic

Terms: Summer
Description: Study abroad for a month in Prague and learn about “Design Thinking.” The curriculum will use Czech and Central European cultural features as inspiration for learning the creative process, skills that can be applied broadly and globally [...]
Faculty-Led: The Italian Journal
Florence, Italy

Terms: Summer
Description: The Italian Journal: Illustration and Art & Architecture of Italian Renaissance This intensive, faculty-led six and a half week program focuses on interpreting the landscapes, towns, and seascapes of Italy through watercoloring and dr awing[...]
Global Travel Seminar: HLTHIB 870: Healthcare in the United Kingdom, Graduate Level
London, United Kingdom

Terms: Spring
Description: HLTHIB 870: Healthcare in the United Kingdom Professors Rick Gregg & Mona Al-Amin May 8-16, 2015 The U.K. has a nationalized healthcare system and is a global leader inthat leads the systems in other countries on many aspects of quality of [...]
Global Travel Seminar: MGIB 850 AE: London Financial Markets, Graduate Level
London, United Kingdom

Terms: Spring
Description: MGIB 850 AE: London Financial Markets Professor Natalia Beliaeva Spring Break 2015 Prerequisites: MBA 650 London is one of the world’s leading financial centers, accounting for 38 percent of global foreign exchange trading. More than [...]
Global Travel Seminar: MGIB 850 BE: Business in Brazil, Graduate Level
Paraty, Brazil; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Sao Paulo, Brazil

Terms: Spring
Description: MGIB 850 BE: Business in Brazil Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Paraty Spring Break 2015 Professor Carlos Rufin Brazil’s economy is growing fast. It is the largest economy in Latin America and one of the 7th-largest in the world. As one [...]
Global Travel Seminar: MGIB 850 CE: Business in China, Graduate Level
Beijing, China; Shanghai, China

Terms: Spring
Description: MGIB 850 CE: Business in China Shanghai & Beijing Professor Jane Zhu May 8-16, 2015 If you want to be successful in global business, you need to be successful in China. China is arguably the most important market in the world today. It [...]
Global Travel Seminar: MGIB 850 DE: Business in Germany, Graduate Level
Berlin, Germany; Munich, Germany

Terms: Spring
Description: MGIB 850 DE: Business in Berlin Munich & Berlin May 8-16, 2015 Professor Michael Behnam Experience business in Germany, Europe’s largest economy, by touring two of the world’s capitals of commerce: Munich and Berlin. As the [...]
Global Travel Seminar: SIB 550 TC1: Innovation in India, Undergraduate Level
Agra, India; New Delhi, India

Terms: Spring
Description: SIB 550 TC1: Innovation in India New Delhi, Jaipur & Agra Spring Break 2015 Professor Sushil Bhatia India is a leader in innovation. At some point in your life you will do business with India. During this seminar you will examine India& rsquo;s[...]
Global Travel Seminar: SIB 550 TC2: Entrepreneurship in Italy, Undergraduate Level
Bergamo, Italy; Como, Italy; Milano, Italy

Terms: Spring
Description: SIB 550 TC3: Entrepreneurship in Italy Milan, Como & Bergamo Spring Break 2015 Professor Jodi Detjen Italy is the 10th-largest economy in the world and the fifth-largest in Europe, with Milan representing the country's financial and i ndustrial[...]
Global Travel Seminar: SIB 550 TC3: Business in China, Undergraduate Level
Beijing, China; Shanghai, China

Terms: Spring
Description: SIB 550 TC3: Business in China Shanghai & Beijing Professor Ken Hung May 8-16, 2015 With a population of 1.34 billion and growing, the Chinese market is booming but firms need to face and adapt to the cultural, economic, and political r ealities[...]
International Student Summer Institute (ISSI)
Boston, United States; Pembroke, United States

Terms: Summer
Description: The Home Away from Home International Student Summer Institute is a 10-day program that will prepare incoming Suffolk international students academically and culturally for life in the U.S. Students who participate in the program will spend an we ek[...]