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Study tours to the Middle East for Bradford's international entrepreneurs of the future

Published: Wed 12 July 2017
Study tours to the Middle East for Bradford's international entrepreneurs of the future

As part of the Faculty of Management and Law’s commitment to nurturing international thinking in our students, and our dedication to enhancing graduate career prospects, we are offering our students two exciting opportunities to experience how business works in foreign locations and cultures.

All undergraduate students progressing to year two in 2017-18, and who have an interest in international business, can apply for the opportunity to visit Ahlia University in Bahrain for one week (September 10-15, 2017). There are five places available.

We are also funding five places for a study tour to Qatar University for all MSc postgraduate students submitting their Dissertation in September 2017. This tour, also for one week, takes place 24-29 September 2017

These prestigious institutions will organise a mix of theoretical and practical activities including workshops, site visits, cultural visits, guest talks and social activities, all to help our students develop an international mindset.  The tours will help our students to understand and acquire important skills needed for successful entrepreneurship and business on the international stage, and offers the opportunity to build international ties and networks.

This is a competitive selection process open to all eligible students with a current UK or EU passport.  The cost of the experience will be covered by the University.

Full details on how to apply will be provided to our students, but if you would like further information in the meantime please email Dr Deirdre McQuillan.

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