International Business Seminars


My Personal Experience and Growth

Going on a trip abroad, especially by yourself, can be very intimidating. But there will always be ways you will connect with others. I came on this trip not knowing anyone or having specific expectations of what was going to occur. I knew I wanted to make as many good Read More

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Pre-Departure Planning Tips & City Favorites

A city by city how-to guide to maximize your time and visit attractions that will soon become lifelong favorites.   Pre-Departure Planning: Approximately a month prior to my departure I started to get extremely excited about the trip. However, I was somewhat nervous thinking about everything I was about to Read More

Category IBS Student Blogs, Winter Europe

Disneyland Paris While Studying Abroad

When traveling abroad it’s important to find something that resonates with you across all cultures. It can be nerve wracking traveling across the world alone, but if you can incorporate your passions into it becomes a lot less scary! My passion has and always will be Disney. I reside in Read More

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Company Meetings on Winter Europe 2022

The highlight of the seminar is having the opportunity to meet and get one on one time with many different businesses and executives. During the Winter Europe 2023 Seminar we met with a multitude of highly skilled and impressive businesses. In London we had 5 seminars: overview of Brexit, Furious Read More

Category Europe, IBS Student Blogs

Planning for the Long Game

Planning and budgeting techniques that I used to save for a three-week trip abroad; and how I am using these saving techniques going into the future.   Searching for the Perfect Fit While I was certain of the personal, academic, and professional benefits this experience would impart on me, the Read More

Category IBS Student Blogs, Winter Europe

Lloyd’s of London: More Than Just a Building

Lloyds of London is a building where insurance and reinsurance business takes place. The Lloyd’s building, also known as the ‘Inside-Out Building’, is located on the former site of East India House on Lime Street. Lloyds resides in the heart of London’s main financial district. This building’s design is unlike Read More

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My Finance Experience for the IBS Winter Seminar

As a college student, going on a trip abroad, long or short, can be expensive. Since this is an expensive investment, it is important to know how other people viewed the trip and learn some tips and tricks from those who have gone before you. I will go into how Read More

Category Europe, IBS Student Blogs

Is It Worth It?

Travel to London and Paris on a Student’s Budget Some might ask how I was able to afford this amazing opportunity. I am a full-time master’s student and have a full-time job. It can be difficult at times, as days can grow long, and it feels that there is little Read More

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Museum Hopping on My Seminar in Europe

I want to talk about the kind of experiences I had in my free time and what amazing experiences people can have along with the business trips. Of course, my experience can differ from many others because these are the activities that I like to do and the types of Read More

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Exploring Munich

Exploring Munich Before your trip, it is always helpful to plan out some of the places you would like to see or restaurants you would like to eat at. From looking online to asking around, you are sure to find some good recommendations. Yelp and Reddit can always be helpful Read More

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Top Attractions To See While Studying Abroad in London

Generally speaking, London is an expensive city to visit, especially from overseas. As an American traveling to the United Kingdom, you’re already at a slight financial disadvantage because British currency is worth more than U.S. dollars, meaning that your money doesn’t go as far as it would at home. However, Read More

Category Europe

Beyond Paris and London: Best Places to Study Abroad in Europe

If you’re thinking about studying abroad in Europe, you’re in good company. Approximately 54 percent of U.S. students who study abroad choose to go to Europe, and it’s not hard to see why. Europe offers American students a wealth of diverse languages, unique cultures that go back centuries, and unforgettable Read More

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