International Business Seminars

IBS Student Blogs

These blog posts have been written by our students. Enjoy learning about the Executive Experience Abroad through our students’ eyes!

I Gained More Than Just An Education On My Trip Abroad

I gained more than just an education on my trip abroad My study abroad trip not only enhanced my education, improved my network, but also helped me grow as a person in multiple ways. Before my trip abroad, I was very quiet, with a lot to say but didn’t know how Read More

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How to Find Funding to Study Abroad

How to Find Funding to Study Abroad One of the first things that I hear people say when they tell me they can’t study abroad is that the cost is too much. On first glance, this would appear to be the case but as you look at what you get Read More

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Why My Experience in Europe was Worthwhile

After weeks of debate, I decided to attend the Winter One 2018 seminar. I traveled to and learned about international business in London, Paris, Geneva, Heidelberg, and Amsterdam. Leaving the country for the first time was a scary thought, but I ended up having the time of my life! Why Read More

Category IBS Student Blogs, Winter One

What I Unexpectedly Gained from Traveling with IBS

Personal Growth Before I attended the Summer Europe Seminar, I was not an outspoken person and heavily relied on making plans and lists. I was reserved at the beginning because I didn’t know anyone else. After traveling with IBS, my family and I noticed how I grew personally and professionally. Read More

Category IBS Student Blogs, Summer Europe

Travel Advice and Budgeting Tips

Once I had everything set for my seminar, there was one thing that I was still really stressed out about: How much money to bring. When I asked others for budgeting tips, people responded with, “Well, it depends on how much you want to spend.” – which doesn’t really help. Read More

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The Forbidden City and Chinese Traditions

From holding a higher regard for rank and having a higher dedication to their children, the Chinese culture is very different from that of the United States. Size still reflects power in China. Having a big building or a big entrance into a building means you have a lot of Read More

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Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone

From America to Europe Leaving the United States for the first time is both very exciting and very scary. You’ll be excited to jump on the plane and soak in everything Europe has to offer, but you won’t be able to hep thinking about the “what ifs.” Until the moment Read More

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Free Time in Europe

One of the first questions I get asked by students about studying abroad with International Business Seminars is if there is any free time. Of course, there is! On my Summer Europe Seminar, most of the company meetings and scheduled activities happened in the morning. This allowed us to have Read More

Category Europe, IBS Student Blogs, Summer Europe

A Regular Day in the Life of an IBS Program

When I initially signed up to attend the Summer Europe Seminar, I had no idea what to expect. I knew we would visit companies but I thought there would be quizzes and tests along the way. This program is anything but traditional! We weren’t ever in a classroom setting and Read More

Category IBS Student Blogs, Summer Europe