Business and Trade in the EU
Vienna - Business and Trade in the EU:
May 26 - June 14, 2013 (4 units)
Budapest - Business Law in Eastern and Central Europe:
June 17 - June 21, 2013 (1 unit)
Internships: June 24 ~ July 26, 2013 (3-4 units)
This program is particularly valuable for those interested in international business transactions within Europe.
Students internship experiences may include placements at --
• Premier law firms in Hungary or Vienna doing work in international transactions
• Embassies and other government offices
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Program Director: Prof. Jiri Toman
Mix & Match
As an alternative to the Vienna-Budapest structured program, a student may combine other courses in Europe with either the Vienna or Budapest portion of the program.
Enrollment Limit: 25 for the course in Vienna and Budapest.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ENROLLED STUDENTS:
Summer 2011 Student Evaluation: Overall Experience 4.7
(Scale of 1-5, 1=poor, 5=excellent)
"I cannot tell you how thankful I am that I chose to participate in the Vienna program this summer. It was an experience that I will always remember, and I feel so lucky to have studied with such a great group of students." Laurel D., University of Denver (2012)
"The professors were all very knowledgeable. It was an honor to be in their classes. They were all very responsive to our questions and had great insights. This program was a very valuable learning experience and I am very grateful that I was able to participate in it." Camille P., SCU (2012)
"Tours were appropriate and well-timed, falling into place with relevant lectures. UN, Parliament, Supreme Court: three MAJOR institutions. Overall very impressive." Anonymous, SCU (2011)
"Fantastic, very impressive teachers from various disciplines gave a clear, well-rounded depiction of the EU." Anonymous, SCU (2011)
"... Overall a great course. I really liked the off-site visits so that we could see how the different areas of government, etc operate." Jennee DeVore, SCU (2009)
"The quality of professors at the Vienna law school was world class . . . The content, delivery, and application value were excellent for the courses on European Union law, which was the highlight of the program. . . . It was amazing that we could meet with three Supreme Court judges (Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest) . . . Professor Toman did an amazing job. . ." (2007)