Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Global Entrepreneurship Semester - Apply by Oct. 1st!

The Global Entrepreneurship Semester (GES) is designed to give students the opportunity to experience dynamic entrepreneurial cultures and environments around the world. A joint initiative of the Office of International Affairs and the Honors College Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program, this full-year program combines one (short) semester of on-campus instruction and preparation with one semester of coursework and experiential learning abroad.

The fall half-semester seminar course (October 18 - December 13) on Global Entrepreneurship (ENES 211) is taught by industry experts and seasoned international entrepreneurs, alongside professional development workshops, one-on-one resume and interview reviews, and international entrepreneurship & business events throughout the semester to enable students to excel in their spring internships. While abroad, students will spend 15-20 hours a week interning for local companies or startups and applying their knowledge of entrepreneurship and newly develop skills.

Apply by October 1, 2016