International Business Seminars is not a credit granting institution. IBS is a separate entity that organizes travel, hotel arrangements, and other details of the seminars.
Students are advised to check with their sponsoring faculty member or academic advisor at their home institution to ensure that credit for the courses can be used towards their degree.
IBS courses are open to university students in good standing from an accredited university as well as business/professional people. Students may earn 3 semester units of credit.
Appropriate attire for the formal seminar sessions is an important factor and should be observed at all times. Most of the sessions will be presented by high-ranking corporate officials, and we recommend that you dress as though you were going for a job interview with these executives. We strive to show them that we are serious about the seminar program and appreciate their efforts on our behalf.
The paper is due 60 days after the end of the Seminar. For the Winter seminars, this means a March 15th deadline. For most Summer seminars, this means an August 15th deadline. Deadlines may change depending on your university’s deadlines.