Three Models for Short-Term Study Abroad
Nearly 250,000 U.S. college students participate in study abroad programs each year. A growing proportion of students are participating in short-term study abroad programs. Despite the large number of students in these programs, there are relatively few articles that describe how to start or manage a short-term, business-related, study abroad program. With this in mind, this article includes three examples of short-term study abroad programs: the summer semester abroad, the study tour, and the service-learning trip. Benefits of short-term study abroad programs are discussed. The article also includes tips for designing and managing the programs. The article is intended as a resource for faculty who are considering taking students abroad.
Journal of Management Education
Sachau, D., Brasher, N., & Fee, S. (2010). Three Models for Short-Term Study Abroad. Journal of Management Education, 34(5), 645-670. doi: 10.1177/1052562909340880
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