The Raymond A. Mason School of Business is at the frontier of global experiential learning. We encourage each student to incorporate an international experience into their Individual Program of Study (IPS). We provide curricular sequencing so all students may study abroad for a semester without delaying graduation and offer advising to help students maximize their experience while abroad. Social entrepreneurship projects and international internships also provide practical experience in this dynamic environment. Learning diverse ways to engage, our students are equipped to enter the dynamic, global business environment which awaits them after graduation.
Global Business Minor - Study Abroad Summer of 2019 in Ireland
First launched in the summer of 2017, this blended minor study-abroad experience is structured so that W&M students can meet the requirements for a minor in Global Business when they complete BUAD 203 Principles of Accounting and complete the 12-week Global Business Minor summer experience comprising of 15 credit hours delivered via one week of curriculum on campus, four weeks of online learning and eight weeks of curriculum delivered in the host country. University College Dublin is our host university for the 2019 program. For details, please see our 2019 Student Reference Guide.
- December 12, 2018 2:00pm EST 9 (Webinar)
- January 7, 2019 10:00am EST (Webinar)
- February 6, 2019 4:00pm EST (Washington 301)
Applications for the 2019 summer program will open on November 7, 2018 via the Reves Global Study Abroad site.
Curriculum - Please direct any questions about the program’s curriculum to Professor Edmiston, Lead Faculty, at Dawn.Edmiston@mason.wm.edu. Her phone number is 757-221-2074 and she is located in Miller Hall, Office 3032.
Admission – Please direct any questions about admissions to Jonathan Schramm, Director of Admissions for the Undergraduate Business program at Jonathan.Schramm@mason.wm.edu. His phone number is 757-221-1763 and he is located in Miller Hall, Suite 2019.
Application - Please direct any questions about the application process and financing to Marina Knapp, Global Education Special Programs Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Her phone number is 757-221-1627 and she is located at the Reves Center for International Studies.