There’s no better place to study international business or economics than Shanghai. It’s a commercial giant, financial and cultural hub, and home to one of the largest container ports in the world. Through the January Business and Culture program, you’ll take a business course taught in English and go on excursions to key cultural and historical sites. By the time you return home, you’ll have experienced life, business, and culture in the world’s second-largest economy.
Study in Shanghai and you will:
-Deepen your knowledge of business, economics, and international markets
-Gain insight into China’s role in the global marketplace
-Compare and contrast differences between Chinese and U.S. business practices and culture
Imagine working with leading experts and innovators to complete a cutting-edge research and design project. Study with Berlin’s thought-leaders and practitioners to gain an understanding of architecture and design within an emerging global context. Pursue hands-on design work in a modern studio using the latest technology to address an aspect of the current global environment. And observe centuries of architectural history up close throughout Germany and Europe – all with CIEE.
Study abroad in Berlin and you’ll:
- Take part in the Future Cities Design Studio, which features an interdisciplinary perspective, and exciting research and design projects.
- Visit and study landmark buildings by celebrated architects, such as the Reichstag Dome by Foster and Partners and Potsdamer Platz buildings by Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
- Study sustainable development in Berlin, with guided visits to sites such as the EUREF Smart City Campus and the Holzmarkt and Spreefeld cooperative housing and farming culture.
- Enjoy excursions to local places of interest such as the Bauhaus in Dessau and the Baroque palaces of Potsdam.
- Take guided overnight study tours to important European cities such as Hamburg and Dresden, and exchange with other Global AD students in Barcelona and Prague.
- Hear from, and interact with, visiting faculty and professionals during a series of lectures, critiques, and in-class visits.