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2 (GS),
80 (SU),
RM. 212Q
RM. 106
• 561.297.1208
• 561.297.1208
Summer Direct Enroll Program
American Business School
Paris, France
Summer 2016
The Louvre
Paris, the capital of France, is a major world metropolis and center for culture, art,
fashion, gastronomy, and intellectual life. The Seine river traverses the city; its
waterways, quays, and bridges are major thoroughfares but also ways to see the city’s
most famous monuments, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and the
Notre Dame Cathedral. The city is known for its cafés (one for every 200
inhabitants); its parks (Bois de Boulogne, Jardin de Luxembourg, Bois de Vincennes);
its street life and markets and as a magnet for travelers from around the world.
Academic Program: This summer program is with the American Business School in
Paris (http://www.absparis.org/en/academic/summer-semester-year-longprogram/summer-programs/). Students need a 2.50 or higher overall GPA. Courses
are taught in English. Students must choose 2 courses, per session from the list below:
Luxembourg Palace
Tentative Courses:
Summer I – May 23 to June 24, 2016
MGMT 215 Organizational Behavior & Management
MGMT 401 Doing Business in Europe & Russia
MKTG 401 Strategic Management
DSCI 310 Operations Management
MGMT 503 International Business & Sustainable Development in Europe
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
Summer II – June 27to July 29, 2016
ARTS 113 History of Arts, Literature & Photography
MGMT 444 Doing Business in Asia
FINC 444 The European Financial Crisis
MKTG 400 Creating & Developing Luxury Brands
POLS 211 International Relations & European Strategies
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
3 credits
Estimated Program Fees: FAU application fee ($200, includes pre-departure
orientation and support staff), CISI insurance ($58-$116), ABS package fee (2,395 €)
(includes tuition fees (2 courses = 6 credits), career development seminars, an
excursion to Versailles and other cultural visits, and airport transfers in Paris),
textbooks (est. 250 €), housing: homestay or shared apartment, single or double
occupancy (est. 800-1450 €), meals (est. 500-1000 €), Metro pass (est. 99.70 €),
airfare (est. $1200), and spending money.
To view the most current exchange rate, visit www.oanda.com.
South France
Deadline to Apply: April 1 (Session I) and May 1 (Session II)
For More Information, Contact:
Tania Tucker, GS 212Q, 561-297-3227, [email protected]

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