It’s the final call for applications to the Thailand/Vietnam study tour.
Take your education on the road and sign up for a 3.00 or 1.50 credit-hour study tour course in Winter or Summer 2017!
These courses utilize a mix of lectures, in-class discussions, and company visits that will take place during six pre-departure lectures and an 11-day study tour in Thailand/Vietnam.
Students will participate in a diverse selection of company visits. Sector visits are tailored as much as possible to students’ interests participating in the tour.
Here is a sampling of potential visits:
- Canadian Embassy
- City tour
- Student Group presentations at exchange partner school: SASIN, Thanachat Bank, Manulife, CP Group (agribusiness), Toyota, Loxley (telecom), Thai Canadian Chamber of Commerce, SME panel, Potash mine
- Hanoi – Canadian Embassy (briefing)
- City tour
- Vietnam Chamber of Commerce & Industry
- Student Group presentations (possibly at Embassy)
- HCMC – Vina Capital, TMG (hi tech), HSBC (Schulich alum is SVP), clothing factory, CN (port), Canadian Consulate
Course Title: MGMT 6400A: International Business & Investment in Thailand & Vietnam
Pre-travel class dates (6 lectures) every Thursday: March 2, 2017 – April 6, 2017
Thailand/Vietnam program dates: April 18-28, 2017 (not including travel days)
Associate Professor of International Business and Organization Studies
Executive Director, Centre for Global Enterprise
Export Development Canada Professorship in International Business
Cost: $2, 450 CAD plus international flights
Included: Accommodation (dual occupancy), all breakfasts, welcome dinner, internet access, city tours, ground transportation, regional flights from Bangkok to Hanoi (one-way) and Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City (one-way), university and company visits
Prerequisites: All 5100-level required Foundations of Management Courses completed prior to Winter 2017 term. Note: Consideration will be given to students who had approval to defer a 5100-level course to the Winter 2017 term in order to register in an elective course to count towards their specialization.
Credit Information: 3.00 or 1.50 credit-hour course in Winter or Summer 2017
Course Enrolment: Registered students will be informed when they can enrol in the course through Passport York
To reserve your space, please visit: https://forms.schulich.yorku.ca/toursignup.
Spaces will be reserved on a first-come first-served basis. Once we have reached capacity, you can add your name to the wailtlist. Waitlisted students will be notified by email should a space become available. Please note: The Chile/Peru Study Tour is closed for registration.
Registered students will be informed when to pay their deposit.
Inquiries may be directed to International Relations at: email@example.com