Category Archives: Zarb Abroad

German MBA Students at the Zarb School

As part of their overseas practicum, Hochshule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences MBA students recently visited the Zarb School of Business.

Their visit began with a lecture given by Dr. Richard Hayes of the Management and Entrepreneurship Department regarding Innovation and Entrepreneurship; and this was followed by a company visit to Canon’s U.S. Headquarters where they toured the product showroom and learned about sports marketing, branding, and Canon’s corporate message.

Students then met with Dr. Paul Martorana of the Management and Entrepreneurship Department to discuss Differences in Leadership in Global Companies and with Dr. Kaushik Sengupta of the Management and Entrepreneurship Department as they examined Global Supply Chain Management. Lifetime Brands in Garden City also hosted a tour and presentations for students by the controller, traffic coordinator and E-commerce marketing support officer. Class presentations concluded the visit as Dean Herman Berliner presented participants with certificates of completion.

Hochshule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences is an exchange partner with the Zarb School that also offers Zarb students the opportunity to study in Germany for a semester or during the summer break.

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Study in China This Summer

Once again, the Zarb School — led by Dr. Yong Zhang — will offer the opportunity for students to study in Beijing and Shanghai China this summer. Click here to see a slideshow of our 2014 program in China. 🙂

The 2016 China program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Program specifics are noted in the poster below.

For more information, contact: Dr. Yong Zhang; Phone: 516-463-5713; E-mail: yong.zhang@hofstra.edu

China 2016
 

Study in Germany, Summer 2016

Study and explore in historic Bremen, Germany from July 3 – July 28, 2016. This is a Zarb School-sponsored experience, with several business courses being offered. TRAVEL ALLOWANCE for the first 10 students who register!

Read the post to learn more. For further information/ contact Associate Dean Gioia Bales at Gioia.P.Bales@hofstra.edu
 
Germany 2016

 

Study in France, Summer 2016

SORRY: THIS PROGRAM IS BEING CANCELLED

Study and explore in beautiful Marseille, France from June 20 – July 16, 2016. This is a Zarb School-sponsored experience, with Finance 101 being offered. TRAVEL ALLOWANCE for the first 10 students who register!

Read the post to learn more. For further information/ contact Associate Dean Gioia Bales at Gioia.P.Bales@hofstra.edu

France 2016

Summer 2015 Zarb Study Abroad Opportunities

Zarb has many study abroad options. The full list of programs and their details may be found at www.hofstra.edu/Academics/Colleges/Zarb/zarb_abroad.html.

For summer 2015, this post features two UNDERGRADUATE study abroad programs: one in Germany and the other in France.

Bremen, Germany

Two Hofstra professors will be teaching Legal 20 and Accounting 102 at the international summer program of Hochschule Bremen Institute of Applied Sciences, a partner school in Bremen, Germany. This program brings together over 100 students from countries around the world to Bremen, a small and historic city in northern Germany for instruction in English. Students arrive in Germany July 4th or 5th. Classes start July 6th and end July 29th, and students depart on July 30th

Last year, students came from such countries as Russia, India, and Mexico as well as the United States. Bremen is a lovely small city, founded by Charlemagne in 787. It is an hour from Hamburg, and is a great jumping off point for travel by train or budget airlines to other parts of Europe.

What courses are offered?

Professor Glen Vogel will be teaching “Introduction to Legal Systems, Environment, and Contracts,” which is equivalent to Legal 20. No prerequisites are required.

Professor Daniel Tinkelman will be teaching “Managerial Accounting,” which is equivalent to Accounting 102, except that in the Bremen program you will NOT need to have taken ACCT 101 as a prerequisite.

You may also take courses taught by instructors from other schools, such as Principles of Financial Management (counts as FIN 110), International Business (counts as IB 150), International Project Management (counts as a MGMNT elective), Operations and Supply Chain Management (counts as MGT 110) and Entrepreneurship and Business Planning (counts as ENTR 115).

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Marseilles, France

Enjoy a summer study experience at a Hofstra Partner School in Marseille, France and fulfill business requirements. Kedge Business School is offering a summer program beginning June 22nd and ending July 16th.  

You will be studying with students from around the world, and will have the chance to travel and socialize with them. You will also be immersed in another culture.  

The program offers a welcome reception including lunch and dinner; and at the conclusion of the program there will be an award ceremony with a farewell cocktail. Corporate and cultural visits are included. Sports may be partaken of such as cycling, sailing and scuba diving. 

Marseille is a port city and is the oldest and second largest city in France after Paris. The city boasts the largest European suburban park, over 36 miles of coast line along the Mediterranean Sea and 300 days of sunshine per year. Marseille is rich in culture and history and was named the European Cultural Capital for 2013. 

What courses are offered? 

Hofstra Professor Ehsan Nikbakht will be teaching “Introduction to Finance, Financial Markets and Institutions,” which is equivalent to Finance 101. 

You may also take courses offered by Kedge: “Sustainable Development and Social Responsibility,” which is equivalent to a Zarb Management elective; “International Mediterranean Business Management,” which is equivalent to IB 150: Introduction to International Business.

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From China to New York: Programs at Top-Ranked Zarb School of Business

In this 20-minute YouTube presentation with text partially translated into Chinese, learn about Zarb graduate business degrees including the MBA, MS, and Online MBA. We’ll discuss our programs, rankings, campus, career services and, of course, the application process. For more information, contact Jack.Nelson@Hofstra.edu
 

 

2014’s Most Popular Posts at Zarb Means Business

Thank you for support since this official Zarb School blog launched a little over nine months ago. 🙂

In 2014, there were about 180 posts made at Zarb Means Business. They were viewed by people in more than 95 different countries.

These were our most popular posts in 2014 (listed by total views). If you haven’t yet read them, please take a look at whatever interests you:

Best U.S. Schools for Business Majors by Earnings: Zarb Is in the Top TEN!!

Here Are Salary Guides by Business Field from Monster

Another GREAT Hofstra Ranking: This Time for Media Professionals

Accounting’s Beta Alpha Psi Is Golden

Hats Off to HAMA

Zarb Has Excellent Students: Here’s One

Resume Tips

The Zarb School’s Teacher of the Year

Still More Great Zarb Ranking News

Zarb School MBA Program Ranked in the Top Ten in New York State

Celebrating Zarb EMBAs

Hofstra University/CPXi Venture Tech Challenge – $100,000 Opportunity for Students

First Meeting of the New MKT & IB Advisory Board

A Professional Etiquette Quiz: How Do You Fare?

The Zarb School’s Fall 2014 Newsletter

A Major Zarb School Conference: Compliance and a Culture of Integrity

Zarb Produces Stars: Here’s a Great Example

New Manhattan Offering for the Zarb MBA Program

Shark Tank at Hofstra

The Value of the Occupational Outlook Handbook

Two Zarb Students Win $25,000 Scholarships

Best Business Books of 2014

A Provocative New Research Study: “College Students May Not Be as Broke as You Think”