Experiential Learning in Ireland brings Core Business Classes to Life.
Join us for the journey…
-Gain an understanding of the Irish society including its politics, economy, society, history, identity and culture
through a business lens.
-Bring core business courses alive by providing experiential learning through visiting corporate, governmental
and significant cultural sites.
-Develop skills and academic and professional abilities applicable for use in regional and global contexts.
-Develop an openness to differing viewpoints on controversial topics related to course material and be able to
form and share their own opinions.
-Expand communication skills by finding new ways to navigate around communication barriers.
-Demonstrate critical thinking skills in the areas of cultural analysis and intercultural understanding.
-Reexamine their values and priorities to become better contributors to the global community by becoming
Place of study: Dublin, Ireland
Dates: May-June, 2018 (Dates TBA)
Course credit: WSU credits, 6-9
ECONS 101 BLAW 210 ACCTG 230
Expenses (Excluding air, WSU tuition & fees): TBA (+ WSU full time tuition)
Scholarships available?: Yes
Financial aid applies?: Yes
Director: Nori Pearson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Locations courses, and prices are subject to change.
- Program Application Deadline:
- February 1
- Scholarship Deadlines:
October 5 at 4:15pm in Todd 121
November 6 at 4:15pm in Todd 121