Dates: December 29 - January 15
Application Deadline: October 1
Costs: $5,736 CCIS Member | $6,136 Non-Member
*J-Term program scholarship available. Apply HERE*
*J-Term students are required to submit a non-refundable deposit of $1,500 directly to IAU College, divided into two installments. The initial $750 deposit is due pre-acceptance and the remaining $750 is due within two weeks of acceptance or by October 15th, whichever comes first. This deposit is applied towards the program fee.
The International Business Traveling Seminar is designed for students interested in an academic and cultural experience in France, Morocco, and Tunisia. Students gain exposure to the diverse facets of international business while visiting countries at different stages of economic development. While in Europe and North Africa, students visit major multi-national organizations and locally-run businesses as well as meet with public officials responsible for economic policy in order to build a well-rounded understanding of the global market. Students have the opportunity to learn from and exchange their observations with experts from IAU as well as distinguished on-site scholars and local guides.
A Note About the Itinerary
IAU is sensitive to the ever-changing landscape of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic. We plan to continue to run our J-Term programs and have created a modified itinerary that takes travel restrictions and health and safety guidelines into consideration for 2021.
Countries to be Visited on Modified Itinerary:
*View previous itinerary here! A new itinerary will be posted soon.
View this short video clip to get a sense of this winter intersession traveling seminar!
Brookdale Community College
Director, International Center
Questions? Contact me
This program is sponsored by Brookdale Community College.
Students can choose one of the following courses:
- Management 325: International Management
- Business 325: International Business
- Marketing 325: International Marketing
- Economics 325: Doing Business in Europe
- Business 304: Business Ethics in a Global Market
About the Professor:
Yannick Le Genissel has been a marketing professional for 15 years in the apparel industry where he successively held the positions of product manager at Quiksilver & Rip Curl Europe and head of apparel division at Rip Curl Brazil. Yannick then joined one of the startups of the Rocket Internet group to work as sales manager for the Brazil's number 1 e-commerce company specializing in outdoor sports products retailing.
He is now an independent consultant in product ranges optimization and professor of marketing/sales/ negotiation in business schools. His experience allows him to have a strong knowledge of the following areas: marketing strategy; innovation and launch of products and services; marketing of apparel companies; and construction of product portfolio for e-commerce stores.
His business career allows him to have a global, international and concrete vision of product marketing.
IAU’s J-Term Traveling Seminars are unique in that the classroom and campus changes based on the location of the program. The J-Terms consist of 14-17 day academic and cultural courses led by IAU faculty and include 24/7 staff support. The seminars are thematic in nature and involve travel through multiple countries. During the program, students have access to a variety of spaces including partner institutions, hotel conference rooms, lecture halls, and museums in which to conduct coursework and lectures. Students are housed in hotels or residence halls in each city. Breakfast is included.
December 29 - January 15
$5,736 CCIS Member | $6,136 Non-Member
Costs included: Tuition and fees for 3 credits, insurance, pre-departure advising and orientation, lodging, entrance fees to all museums and guest lecture venues, all transportation within program dates, breakfast daily and some dinners.
Costs not included: Airfare to Paris and return from Tunis, personal expenses, meals not included in the itinerary.
Application Deadline: October 1
Minimum GPA: 2.5
“My experience going abroad through IAU has been nothing shy of extraordinary. I went into it not knowing any of my classmates, but the professors immediately made us all feel welcome. We soon began traveling in a foreign country and with every new excursion we all became such close travel companions. Being in that type of environment forces you to step outside of your comfort zone and open yourself up to new cultures and experiences. Having been a part of this program has not only benefited my knowledge of the world, but created unique memories with people I wouldn't have otherwise met, that I will forever cherish. If you're looking for personal growth with a side of adventure, IAU abroad is your next step.”