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Faculty-Led Study Abroad



  • PSB faculty members lead a group of students abroad most years
  • Trip ranges 10-14 days
  • Destinations vary each year. See below for past and upcoming trip locations
  • Satisfy International Business and Honors graduation requirements but open to all majors
  • Most of the trips take place during the first few weeks of summer
  • Great experience for those that have not traveled oversees


  • Trip cost is typically less than $4,000
  • Eligible students can receive a grant to help offset the program cost
  • Trip cost does not include required course tuition


  • Students are required to enroll in the corresponding study abroad trip course
  • Students will learn about business in the target region, US business interests in the region, and become familiar with fellow travelers
  • Satisfy International Business and Honors graduation requirements but can be used as an Upper Division Elective for most other majors.

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May 2024: Ireland

Students learn about Ireland as Europe’s Silicon Valley. Highlights in Dublin include visits with the Guinness Enterprise Centre to learn about Ireland’s home for entrepreneurs, high-tech startup firms, the Silicon Docks to learn about U.S. tech corporations’ operations in Dublin, and a variety of cultural and historical sites. Then students move on to the west of Ireland to experience scenic Galway.


December 2022: Czech Republic & AustriaDec-2022-Czech-and-Austria1.jpg

Students from Business, History, and Art departments participated in joint courses with their respective counterparts at the University of Hradec Kralove. Students traveled through the heart of Europe during the Christmas season, experiencing the rich history and culture of Prague, Hradec Kralove, and Vienna. Students visited a glass blown ornament manufacturer and jeweler to simultaneously experience art and business. In addition, students experienced numerous historical and cultural excursions.


May 2022: LondonMay-2022-London.jpg

Students experienced London as a high-tech and entrepreneurial hub of Europe, in addition to being a leading global financial center. Tours included Silicon Roundabout, visits with tech startups, and the Canary Wharf financial sector. In addition, students visited a host of historical and cultural sites such as Windsor Castle, Bath, and Stonehenge.



May 2019: Czech Republic & GermanyMay-2019-Czech-and-Germany-1.JPG

Students experienced culture and history in Prague and the broader countryside, with visits to Skoda Auto and Bohemian Glassworks Company to learn of key domestic businesses. Upon arrival in Frankfurt students visited the Deutsche Bundesbank (German member of the Eurosystem), Romerberg Square, Mainz and other historical and cultural sites.