Go global: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Greece
Be a traveler, not a tourist.
Through Quinlan’s graduate study abroad programs, you will do more than just see the world—you will learn how to take an active role in it. Led by some of Quinlan’s top instructors, these short-term study abroad programs will teach global business concepts in real time.
Learn how to make your debut on the global stage by visiting the graduate study abroad page for more information.
2014 graduate study abroad courses
|MARK 561: Comparative Consumer
Behavior in Emerging Southeast Asia
|Clifford Shultz||Winter||January 2–12|
|MARK 569 Special Topic: European Union Marketing in Crisis||Athens||Eve Geroulis||Spring||March 2–8|
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