International Business:Two Course Summer Study Abroad Program
Why Circumnavigate the Globe While Studying Business and English?
The next phase of the world economy will see the East and West in close partnership to navigate the new world market. This course offers students a unique experience in the way these two worlds conduct business in six key cities of the global marketplace. Imagine walking onto the live trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange, or learning universal strategies utilized by successful business players in North America, Asia, and Europe. As we cross the globe, students engage with professionals of diverse backgrounds, from stockbrokers working the floor, business owners marketing their product and venture capitalists promoting a dream.
Intl. Business – Grade 12 (BBB4M)
English – Grade 12 (ENG4U)
English – Grade 11 (ENG3U)
The International Business program is a competitive, hands-on introduction to the fast-paced world of commerce, marketing and real estate. Individual case studies, interactive assignments and real-world experiences engage students’ imaginations as they examine the paths of successful entrepreneurs and business owners, developing fundamental technical and critical thinking skills. Students also study classic literature from both Eastern and Western canons, such as a comparative study on Machiavelli’s The Prince and Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.
The core English course focuses on the refinement of literacy, communication and analytical skills. Students build on their understanding of academic language and practice using it confidently in discussion and argumentation both in oral and written forms.
Students can substitute Studies in Literature – Grade 12 (ETS4U)
The core English course gives students the opportunity to hone their presentation, analytical and critical thinking skills through assignments and activities that incorporate both oral and written communication.
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- Hotels and accommodations
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- Entrance fees to all course-specific sites
- Ministry-approved credit(s) upon successful completion of the course(s)
- Custom course pack
- Student Login
- MEI journal
- Digital yearbook
- Fall reunion
- Return airfare from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport
- Transportation between hotel locations via private coach
- Transportation for all listed program excursions
- Transfers to all accommodations
- Central Park
- New York City Museums: MOMA, Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Time Square/Broadway Show
- Empire State Building
- Wall Street/NYSE
- The Forbidden City
- Tiananmen Square
- The Temple of Heaven
- The Great Wall of China
- Tian Tan Buddha
- Victoria Harbour
- Temple Street Night Market of Hong Kong
- Trafalgar Square
- London Museums: National Portrait Gallery, Tate Modern, National Gallery
- Camden Market
- The Globe Theatre
- Theatre in London’s West End
- St. Jame’s Park, Hyde Park
- Buckingham Palace and the changing of the guard
- Paris Museums: Musee D’Orsay, Louvre, Pompidou, Pantheon
- The Palace of Versailles
- The Eiffel Tower
- Luxembourg Gardens
- Mouffetard Market and the Tuileries
- Travel Visas
- All airline taxes and surcharges*
- Local transportation
- Registration fee
- Course texts
- Medical Insurance and Cancellation Protection**
*For approximate cost, please contact our office
**All students travelling with MEI Academy are required to purchase Medical Insurance.
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In order to comply with TICO regulations, your invoice total will be divided into two payments; one for program costs
(MEI International Academy) and one for travel cost (Carlson Wagonlit Victor Travel). The exact breakdown amounts will be indicated on your invoice and payments begin in January.
Program Costs Payable to: MEI Academy International
Travel Costs Payable to: Carlson Wagonlit Victor Travel
Total does not include cancellation insurance, travel and health insurance, and airline taxes and surcharges.