The Office of International Programs at Naveen Jindal School of Management enriches students’ educational experience by leading, facilitating, and organizing programs that give direct exposure to business in global context. Students are presented with opportunities to enhance their global awareness by visiting various international countries, international businesses and government entities through work and study abroad opportunities.
JSOM has conducted more than 35 faculty led foreign study trips in 16 countries for the past 15 years. These trips help students develop awareness and realize the importance and benefits of a global perspective by participating in cultural activities, seminars delivered by international corporations and visiting universities. JSOM is committed to providing leadership, collaborating with international organizations, exchanging ideas and establishing a network for mutual learning.
The office of International Student Exchange (ISE) and Foreign Study Program (FSP) in Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas is committed to promoting and facilitating study abroad programs to all JSOM students. The office is responsible for informing students about the upcoming scheduled international study trips, international exchange and study abroad programs, including but not limited to internship and customized programs.
The appropriate staff and faculty members will also communicate with students about important deadlines related to international study programs and application for scholarship. While the basic objective of the program is to help students being exposed to international cultures and understanding of various international business environments, students will also be able to enrich their international language skills and professional careers by visiting various renowned universities, international institutions, business corporations and governments agencies.
Please visit the UT Dallas Education Abroad for more information.
In an exchange program, a UT Dallas student, paying UT Dallas fall or spring tuition, switches spots with a student at a foreign university. Exchange programs give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a culture different from their own and earn business course credit at the same time. For more information on the exchange programs that UT Dallas has to offer, please visit Education Abroad.
UT Dallas exchange programs are subject to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) guidelines.Deadlines:
Fall: March 15
Spring: August 15
Since internships are required for all JSOM students, why not take your internship abroad? International internships are a great way to get hands-on experience in the field you are interested in while immersing yourself in a foreign culture. For more information, please contact EducationAbroad@utdallas.edu
These trips will help students develop awareness and realize the importance and benefits of a global perspective by participating in cultural activities, seminars delivered by international corporations and universities, and complementary campus activities.
Program Travel Dates: August 11, 2016 to August 18, 2016
Program Class Registration: Fall 2016
Area(s) of Study: Open to all disciplines (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Program Application Deadline: March 15, 2016
Down payment (750 USD) Charged: Upon application approval
IEFS Scholarship Application Deadline: July 15, 2016
Trip Cost: $1,675 USD (estimated) + Airfare
1) Apply Online
2) Fill out the “JSOM approval form” and turn it in to the JSOM Study Abroad Office, 11.105.
Faculty Leader: Dr. Marilyn Kaplan Email
IMS 3V96 Regional Management Area Studies: Eastern Europe (1-3 semester credit hours) This course familiarizes students with the historical, social, economic, and political background of nations in Eastern Europe. Students will learn about the business environment of the area and participate in seminars on firms that operate in and have an economic impact in the area. May be repeated for credit (3 semester credit hours maximum). Prerequisites: IMS 3310 and instructor consent required. ([1-3]-0) R (2015-08-05 14:34:47)
IMS 6V96 Regional Area Studies: Eastern Europe (1-3 semester credit hours) History of economic development and overview of current participation of firms in Eastern Europe and their place in the world economy. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (3 semester credit hours maximum). Instructor consent required. ([1-3]-0) T (2015-08-05 14:35:10)
Japan: Faculty Leader – Dr. Shawn Alborz
Ethiopia: Faculty Leader – Dr. Habte Woldu
Chile: Faculty Leader – Dr. Marilyn Kaplan
Cuba: Faculty Leader – Tom Henderson
Japan: Faculty Leader – Dr. Seunghyun Lee
Germany: Faculty Leaders – Dr. Marilyn Kaplan and Dr. Shawn Alborz
UK: Faculty Leader – Dr. Marilyn Kaplan
Japan: Faculty Leader – Dr. Shawn Alborz
Poland/Slovakia: Faculty Leader – Dr.Habte Woldu
China/South Korea: Faculty Leader – Dr. Seunghyun Lee
Fall 2012: Peru
Summer 2012: China/South Korea
Spring 2012: Turkey
Summer 2011: China/South Korea, Poland/Germany
Fall 2012: India
Summer 2010: Uruguay, China/South Korea
All UT Dallas students have an opportunity to pursue and create their own study abroad experience. We are committed to supporting you throughout this process. For a list of reputable third-party programs, please email email@example.com.