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        Management in Munich & Prague

        Management study abroad in Europe! This program offers you the opportunity to study in Munich and Prague while completing two classes that will satisfy one required course for all business major/minor students and one course that is a business elective. This unique abroad opportunity will allow you to learn business while immersing in the cultures of two different countries and exploring businesses in each location. Space is limited to 30 students.

        During the first three weeks of the program, students will be in Munich and take MNGT 3100 – Principles of Management. You will be given the opportunity to visit local companies, see cultural sites, and explore Europe on your weekends. We will visit with businesses and learn about working in other countries while learning more about management. The remaining two weeks of the program will be in Prague studying MNGT 5560 – Leadership. We will explore management activities that facilitate the understanding of leadership and examine your own leadership behaviors. You will also be visiting local business and seeing cultural sites as part of the program.

        Each country stay will include city tours, welcome or farewell dinners, group lunches on excursion days, and lodging. Examples of potential business visits in Munich include Löning Germany, BMW, and Faber-Castel. Planned cultural sites currently include Neuschwanstein Castle, Nuremburg Trial Courthouse, and the Historic Brauhaus. Examples of potential business visits in Prague include Mastercard and Škoda Factory, while cultural excursions could include Bone Church (Sedlec Ossuary) and Strahov Library.

        This inaugural program will give you a unique international experience that will differentiate you from your peers, strengthen your resume, and enhance future professional opportunities.

        This program is open to business majors and business minors. MNGT 3100 is a business core for all majors, while MNGT 5560 can count differently depending on the major. It will count as a required business/major elective for ACCT, BSAD, ISMN, MNGT, and SCMN majors. It will count as a free elective for BUAL, FINC, and MKTG majors.

        For any non-business students who are pursuing the general business minor, MNGT 3100 is a required course and MNGT 5560 will satisfy the 3-hour elective required for the minor. 

        Anticipated Dates

        • May 17 - June 21, 2024

        The application for the 2024 program will be available in September 2023. Please reach out to the Program Director with any questions.

        Contact Information

        Program Director: Liesl Wesson
        Email: lsw0026@auburn.edu
        Phone: (334) 844-6544
        Office: 443 Lowder Hall

         

        Apply now!

         

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        Check out our General FAQ for more details on studying abroad. If you still have a question afterwards, get in touch with us through the contact information below!

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        Megan Elliot

        Liesl Wesson

        Lecturer
        Department of Management and Entrepreneurship