UNCW students surfing in Australia

Aukland, New Zealand

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UNCW Students in Sydney, Australia

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UNCW Students in Sydney, Australia

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UNCW Student in Sydney, Australia

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UNCW Students at the beach in Australia


Aukland, New Zealand

  • Program Duration: December 11-23, 2020
  • Academic Areas: International business in Asia Pacific; management issues confronting small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and multi-national enterprises (MNEs) in the Asia Pacific Region

Program Activities

In addition to a cultural day trip, students will participate in a series of lectures with a local faculty member as well as benefit from multiple company presentations followed by Q&A sessions with local business leaders. Students will also have one free weekend to explore Auckland.

Program Overview

The program is intended for students wishing to gain a deeper understanding of international business in Asia Pacific and the management issues confronting small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and multi-national enterprises (MNEs) in the Asia Pacific Region. The program provides practical guidance on how to develop and sustain a competitive advantage and explains the challenges and opportunities for trade growth and collaboration with this fast growing and dynamic region. Competition in international markets is becoming increasingly complex - for this reason, International Business is a subject which is both demanding and requires considerable personal effort. Students will find the program challenging, stimulating as well as rewarding. Not only will the program test the student’s analytical ability and creative thinking but also the ability to present ideas persuasively and to work cooperatively in diverse group situations 

  • Dates: December 11-23, 2020
  • Courses: INB 300 OR INB 394
    • ECN 222 prerequisite waived for sophomore standing or higher!
  • Application Deadline: October 18
  • For estimated cost information please visit the Office of International Programs Website
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Country Liaison:

Dr. Bekki Guidice

Dr. Rebecca Guidice

Professor of Management
CH 200-E
910.962.2006

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