School of Accountancy and Finance

Study Abroad

Opportunities to study abroad with Clemson faculty members, earning credit for Clemson Courses.

Asia Program, Summer I, 2013

Summer Study Abroad program, Summer 1, Asia

Who?

The program is open to 20 Clemson University students.  The group will travel with Judson Jahn and Frances Edwards from the Clemson University School of Accountancy and Finance.

What?

Twenty students will take LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS (LAW 322) and/or INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW (LAW 420) for 3 or 6 credit hours while traveling to Asia over Summer I, 2013.  An additional course, LAW 499, SELECTED TOPICS (the topic TBD), may be offered if there is a student demand for it. The course will begin with 5 days of intensive coursework at Clemson University, followed by a 3 week trip to Shanghai, China, Seoul, S. Korea, and Kyoto, Japan.  While in Asia, students will take classes in the mornings, followed by educational visits including organizations such as the South Carolina Department of Commerce (Shanghai office), U.S. Commercial Services (Seoul office), and Hyundai.  Students will also hear guest lectures on Asian business culture to be presented by local business leaders. The cost of the trip, including airfare, lodging, ground transportation in Asia, Chinese visa processing, and medical insurance is approximately $5,390.  Tuition, books, and Clemson University Study Abroad Fees are not included.  Financial aid may be available through the Financial Aid Office.

When?

The program will begin with intensive coursework at Clemson University from May 27, 2013 to May 31, 2013. The travel abroad begins on June 1, 2013 and ends on June 22, 2013.  Additional travel time may be available through the travel agent.

Where?

The group will begin in Shanghai and end in Kyoto.  While in Asia, the group will stay in hotels or college dormitories.  Students will have free time for side trips to cities such as Busan and Tokyo. Lodging will not be provided for the 5 days at Clemson University.

More?

An application for the Asia Program may be obtained from Dr. Jahn's website at: http://people.clemson.edu/~judsonj.

Oxford Program, Summer II, 2013
Magdalen College, Oxford University

Summer Study Abroad program, Summer 2, Oxford

Who?

Clemson Students taking ACCT 311 (Intermediate Financial Accounting I), LAW 322 (Legal Environment of Business), LAW 420 (International Business Law), and/or MGT 423 (International Business Management) during  the  Summer II, 2013 Semester.  Program enrollment is limited to 30 students.     

What?

Students may take 1 or 2 courses. The courses will begin with 5 days of intensive class time on the Clemson campus, followed by 4 weeks of classes at the Magdalen College of Oxford University, Oxford, England. The program will include several formal Oxford University receptions, followed by lectures on global issues presented by Oxford University faculty members.  Upon completion of the program, students will receive a Certificate of Attendance from Oxford University. While abroad, students will stay in Oxford student housing, where meals will be provided 4 days a week. The cost of the trip, including airfare, lodging, most meals, ground transportation, and medical insurance, is $4,990 (tuition and books not included). Financial aid may be available through the Financial Aid Office.

When?

The courses will begin on the Clemson campus on June 24, 2013.  Travel abroad begins on June 29, 2013, with return on July 27, 2013.

Where?

The first 5 classes will meet at Clemson University. While abroad, the group will be housed at the historic Magdalen College of Oxford University. Students will have 3 long weekends available  for optional side trips within the U.K. or to easy to reach cities such as Paris, Dublin, and Brussels.

How?

An application for the Oxford Program may be obtained from Dr. Jahn's website at: http://people.clemson.edu/~judsonj. Applicants will be interviewed by a panel of faculty. Selections and invitations to join the program will be made at the conclusion of the interview process.

To obtain additional information, please visit http://people.clemson.edu/~judsonj or contact:

ACCT 311 - Dr. Ralph Welton, 307 Sirrine Hall, edwlsur@clemson.edu

LAW 322/420 - Dr. Judson Jahn, 336H Sirrine Hall, judsonj@clemson.edu

MGT 423 - Dr. Rick Clarke, clarker@clemson.edu

Summer Study Abroad program, Summer 2, Oxford