Six countries in Europe will be “the world as our campus” for four wonderful weeks in May and June 2020. This significant learning experience abroad is designed for undergraduate business students; however, students of any major interested in global affairs and travel are also welcome. You will receive on-the-ground experience in European business, government, and culture as we visit companies, castles, and cafés of Europe, spanning the Italy to the UK. We will also enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of these countries, such as the Swiss Alps, the Bavarian Alps, and the breathtaking landscapes of Italy.
Business visits (tentative): companies in a variety of industries, such as BMW (factory tour), Barilla, Nestle, L’Oreal Paris, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Longines, Swiss Wind Energy, Luxottica, Bank of England, Credit Suisse, United Nations – Geneva, and U.S. Department of Commerce.
Cultural visits (tentative): England: Big Ben, Tower of London, changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey; France: WWII D-Day beaches in Normandy, Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum, Versailles, Notre Dame cathedral, and Arc de Triumph; Germany: Neuschwanstein Castle (of Disney’s inspiration) in Bavaria, Munich’s glockenspiel, and Nazi concentration camp Dachau; Austria: Salzburg’s salt mines and Sound of Music tour; Switzerland: Zurich, Geneva, and the Swiss Alps; Italy: the canals of Venice, the Roman Forum, Colosseum, the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s David, and the Duomo in Florence. Students will be able to visit the Latter-day-Saint temples in Paris and Rome.