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  • Locations: Cape Town, South Africa; Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Dates / Deadlines
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Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 2.0
Areas of Study: Business Class Status: 2) Sophomore, 3) Junior, 4) Senior
Housing Options: Guest House, Hostel/Hotel Program Type: Global Ed.
Program Description:
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Take the opportunity to expand your learning outside of the classroom by studying organization change and leadership in South Africa. South Africa and the legacy of Nelson Mandela provides an exceptional case study in change management, as we will discuss and explore the political, legal, social and economic changes from the Apartheid era to the era of democracy. Stand inside Nelson Mandela's former home and jail cell, meet South African Business leaders, and discover South Africa's cultural diversity and natural landmarks. Students attending and completing the required learning material will meet the requirements for MGMT 340- Organization Behavior OR AL 472- Managing Change. 
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Course(s)

Students who join this program will be required to register for one of the following courses:


MGMT 340: Organizational Behavior (3 credits) OR
AL 472- Managing Change (3 credits)

 
These courses are listed in the Spring 2019 semester.

Travel Dates

June 9th-19th, 2019*

* Dates subject to change.
This course is led by Assistant Dean of the Batterman School of Business Administration, Matthew Hurtienne.  Dr. Hurtienne is the best person to contact for any questions related to the program
 

Requirements

  • This program is open to all students, but is particularly geared toward graduate and undergraduate Business students. 
  • Must be in good academic and conduct standing with the institution.
  • Must register for one of the associated courses. 
  • Must comply with all deadlines for applications, document submissions, deposits and other payments.

Costs

  • Program Fees: $4,000*
  • Study Abroad Fee: $50
  • iNext Insurance Costs: $50
*This is a rough estimate. Final cost will be determined in late 2018. For full-time traditional undergraduates, there is no additional charge for tuition as long as the 3-credit course does not put you over 18 credits for the Spring semester. 

Inclusions

Included in the Program Fees are:
  • Round-trip airfare
  • Airport transfer and ground transportation
  • Lodging
  • Some meals
  • Day-trip to safari in Pilanesburg 
  • Day-trip to cultural visits 
Not Included:
  • Fees associated with obtaining a valid passport or visa, or yellow fever vaccine
  • Personal expenses
  • Most meals
  • Activities during free times


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 12/15/2018 12/28/2018 06/09/2019 06/18/2019