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University of Laval - Quebec City, Canada

University of Laval
University of Laval
University of Laval
University of Laval
University of Laval

Experience International Business in Quebec City, Canada!

The Summer Business School is an intensive 6-credit business program (May-June) that focuses on international trade in the context of the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

The program is composed of:
  • In class lectures
  • Seminars
  • Business and cultural visits
  • Evening activities
  • A weekend leadership retreat to the majestic Saguenay region, two hours from Quebec, City.

Take advantage of this opportunity to:

  • Add an international dimension to your degree
  • Learn about international business
  • Interact with different cultures
  • Create a network of contacts with future professional
  • Engage with experienced professors and guest speakers from Canada, the United States and Mexico
  • Discuss the challenges of 21st century business with managers during on-site visits

Students must have a 2.8+ GPA, and must have a major or minor in the College of Business.

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Program Advisor

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     Amber Bollinger
     abollin2@kent.edu 
     330-672-7975

 
 
 

Program Costs

Payable to your Kent State Bursar’s Account

  • *6 credit hours of KSU Tuition: $2,550 (Ohio residents)
                                                     $4,722 (Non-Ohio resident)
  • Program/Admin Fee: $250
  • Insurance: $42.25/month

* For the most up to date tuition rates, please click HERE

Payable to the University of Laval

Program costs: $1,850 Canadian Dollars, check must be paid in Canadian dollars to the order of University of Laval by May 18th, and is non-refundable.

Program cost covers on campus accommodation, breakfast during the week, course materials, leadership weekend and the business and sociocultural visits.  Students are responsible for all other meals.

 
 

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