This program explores how business is conducted in the UK, examining the purpose and structure of the European Union and the potential impacts of BREXIT, which occurred in June 2016. Using London as the focus for understanding UK business practices, students will be exposed to leaders of political, business, and entrepreneurial organizations with the goal of understanding our broader business environment, while comparing and contrasting to free enterprise and democracy in the US.
UK: Power, Politics, and Economics
This application has closed.
Spring Break 2017: Mar 10-19
- Academic Program
Students will register in BUS-D 255: Topics in International Business: Brexit, Business & Brits (3 credits).
This program will count toward the Kelley School of Business international dimension requirement. Students may also be interested in continuing their international studies through the Kelley International Studies co-major.
To see slides from the pre-course information session, click here.
The available coursework is particularly suited for, but not necessarily limited to, the following academic interests: Business, Economics, and Political Science.
- Additional Information
- HousingStudents will stay in a hotel (Melia White House Hotel at Regent's Park).
- Program Eligibility
You may apply if you:
- are an undergraduate student at any Indiana University campus who is making normal academic progress
- Students must have completed BUS-X 100: Business Administration or BUS-X 105: Introduction to Business Administration-Honors. Students who have not taken one of those courses may apply by petition.
- The program is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
- The program is open to all majors on any IU campus, provided they have met the above requirements. Preference will be given to IUPUI students.
- have approximately a 2.75 cumulative GPA
Students must be able to demonstrate flexibility, resilience, and self-reliance.
Complete eligibility criteria and selection criteria are outlined within the Academic Policies and Procedures of the Office of Overseas Study. Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are ineligible.
- Costs and Financial Aid
The budget is an estimate and is not meant to portray the exact cost of this program.
Spring Break 2017
- Program fee: $2,425
(airfare, lodging, some meals, excursions, cultural activities, tips)
- Additional meals/personal expenses: $300
- Passport: $140
- Insurance: $30
- International study fee: $82
Total estimated cost: $2,977 + standard tuition and fees
Costs will vary depending on the current exchange rate, airfare, and individual expenditures. Estimate does not include tuition. For information on tuition cost, visit the Office of the Bursar’s Tuition & Fee Estimator. Tuition fees will be affected by your student status at IUPUI.
Financial Aid and Scholarships:
- IU scholarships, grants and loans applicable to program costs with some exceptions. Please carefully check these exceptions before you commit to a program.
Please see our financial aid page for general information and links to additional scholarship opportunities.
- Program fee: $2,425