Office of Undergraduate International Programs
International Summer Updates
June 28, 2012
As the Office of Undergraduate International Programs would like to welcome back two groups of Endicott students and faculty that recently traveled to Switzerland and China in May and June. These two short term travel courses were new initiatives led by the School of Business and the School of Hospitality Management.
Experience Asia! Competitive Advantage in the Asian Markets and Its Limitations
Fourteen students were led by Professor Sang-Kyu Lee and Vice President of Finance Lynne O’Toole, as they traveled for ten days from Beijing to Shanghai as part of the course. Some of the group’s highlights were company visits, walking The Great Wall of China and experiencing a completely different culture.
Swiss Hospitality Tour
Led by Endicott’s newly published author and member of the School of Hospitality Management’s faculty, Professor Brendan Cronin, ten Hospitality Management students spent three weeks living and learning in Leysin, Switzerland. The students explored the Swiss Alpine Tourism industry with visits to Gruyere, Geneva, Evian, France and many more famous and picturesque locations.
International Leadership Corps
In a new collaborative effort between Study Abroad and International Student Services, we are pleased to announce the International Leadership Corps, a new and improved leadership opportunity globally minded Endicott students. This group will be composed of two student groups, the International Peer Mentors and the Global Ambassadors. Applications for the Global Ambassadors are now open, see out webpage for application details.