Dr. Lawrence J. Marks, Associate Professor of Marketing, will act as "host" and instructor for the IBE.
In Geneva, students stay in double occupancy rooms at the Webster - KSU Geneva dorm (depending on availability). The dorm is located near the heart of Geneva, with a short bus ride to the central train station and with excellent public transportation to many organizations (Non Governmental Organizations, United Nations, WHO, ILO).
In other cities, arrangements typcially are made for double-occupancy rooms in local hotels.
Your cost for the IBE includes tuition for the 3 credit hour course, airfare, plus a special travel fee. The special travel fee is expected to be $2600 and covers ground transportation in Europe, hotels, some meals, and medical insurance. Students are responsible for hotels and meals during the independent travel weekend.
A payment plan is available and partial scholarships may be available. Students should budget at least $900 for other meals and local transportation. Students are responsible for passport fees and spending money.
Students must be regularly enrolled or qualified transient students at KSU. This includes students enrolled in the M.B.A., M.S. in Accounting, and M.A. in Economics (EMBA students have a separate IBE trip as a part of their coursework), and advanced Juniors and Seniors (with approval). Registration in the class is done only with instructor approval.
Undergraduates: Contact Theresa Wallace in the Undergraduate Programs Office (107BSA) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Students: Contact Felecia Urbanek in the Graduate Office (A310BSA) or email@example.com
All: Contact Dr. Lawrence Marks in the Department of Marketing (516BSA) or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Dr. Lawrence J. Marks
College of Business Administration
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