Location: Delhi and Bangalore, India
Dates: January 5-18, 2014
Term: 2014 Winter Break
Objective:The Global Discovery program is a course for all full-time MBA students. It includes on-campus classes and an on-site component in one of three international locations during the winter of a student's second year. It is designed to give students a deeper understanding about how multi-national enterprises, trade agencies, and small and medium-size enterprises work successfully in emerging-market economies.
30 full-time MBA students from Carlson School of Management
The program is open to the second-year full-time MBA students from Carlson School of Management
Hyderabad is one of the largest metropolitan areas in India and is a major global center for the informational technology industry and the bio-pharmaceutical industry. Hyderabad is located at the crossroads of northern and southern India and for 2012 is named the "Best Heritage City" in India for its unique culture, art, and architecture. The Indian School of Business (ISB) is located in Hyderabad and is one of India's top schools for management education.
The program starts at Delhi with a city tour and welcome dinner. The first week includes guest lectures, company visits, and networking with business leaders in India. A trip to Agra and the Taj Mahal is included over the weekend before flying to Hyderabad for the second week. The program continues a city tour in Hyderabad and with guest lectures at Indian School of Business (ISB) and company visits during the second week. Companies include both domestic and multinational corporations. Cultural visits, time for independent exploration, and a farewell dinner will complement the academic program. To see a copy of the previous year's schedule please contact Carlson Global Institute at email@example.com.
Students stay in conveniently-located hotels in each city and will share a room with one or two classmates of their same gender. Because networking and community-building are key parts of the program, students will not have the option of a single room. Guests are not permitted during the program. Breakfast daily, a welcome dinner, and closing dinner are provided.
These estimates will vary based on student preference and exchange rates. All details subject to change based on economic and international factors. Most financial aid may be applied to study abroad programs.
|2013-2014 Tuition for 3 academic credits (included in the tuition plateau)||$0|
|Program Fee (including lodging, program events, course materials, breakfast daily, two group meals, and int'l health insurance*)||$3,600|
|International airfare between Minnesota and India||$1,900|
|Passport & Photos||$145|
|Textbooks/Course Materials (included in Program Fee)||$0|
|Hotel Accommodation (included in Program Fee)||$0|
|Daily Living Expenses (local transportation, incidentals, laundry, etc)||$300|
|Meals (lunch and dinners not included in Program Fee)||$500|
*Students should also maintain their U.S.-based health insurance plan while abroad.
Financial aid can be used for education abroad, including the Global Discovery program. As a first step, be sure to submit an application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) through the Office of Student Finance. For more information on financial aid and funding your experience, please visit Costs and Billing.
As a full-time MBA student you will submit your location preference by April 11 through a survey emailed to you. You will be notified of your placement by the end of Spring Semester. You will be automatically registered in Global Discovery in your second year.
Carlson Global Institute
Associate Program Director
Senior Lecturer, Stragegic Management Organization