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Summer: European Business School
Oestrich-Winkel, Germany (Outgoing Program)
Oestrich-Winkel is a small, picturesque town of some 12,000 inhabitants located on the banks of the Rhine in southwest Germany. The town’s main landmark is an 18th-century wine-loading crane that stands on the waterfront. Annual events include wine and jazz festivals. From Oestrich-Winkel it’s a mere 10 miles to Mainz, which boasts a notable gothic-style cathedral, several art museums, and a top-tier German soccer team. For a more metropolitan atmosphere, Frankfurt, Germany’s financial hub, is easily reachable by road or rail.
“Doing Business in Europe” is worth 5 RU credits. Course topics will include:
• 3-day business game simulation
• Challenges in the competitive European business market
• Social, economic & political issues in European business
• Corporate network governance, responsibility & leadership in European businesses
• Strategic alliances in the European aviation & automotive industries
• Leadership styles & human resource management in Europe
Corporate visits may include: The European Parliament in Strasbourg, France and Lufthansa German Airlines at Frankfurt International Airport. For more information on the program, please visit the European Business School website.
For information about study abroad credit transfer, registration, and transcripts please visit the Academics section of our website.
*All dates are subject to change. Do not book your flight until you have been accepted and the academic dates have been confirmed.
Accommodations and Meals
The European Business School does not offer any on-campus housing. The EBS Housing Office will assist you in arranging accommodation before your arrival. After acceptance to EBS, you will receive a username and password to access an intranet list of available housing in the region.
EBS offers single rooms/w private bathroom in student’s apartments in the area of Winkel and Hattenheim. The rent will be approximately €350 - €500 for 3 weeks. There are also private apartments, fully furnished, in all areas of Oestrich-Winkel and Hattenheim. The rent will be approximately €350 - €600 for 3 weeks. The EBS campus has a cafeteria which is open for breakfast and lunch.
For more information regarding accommodations and meals, please visit the European Business School website.
Program Costs: Summer 2017
For more information about the additional non-billable expenses please click on the Budget Sheet links near the top of this page.
For more information about finances, including information about Financial Aid and tuition remission please visit the Finances section of our website.
As part of your preparation to apply for this study abroad program, please familiarize yourself with the Center for Global Education withdrawal policy.
Students are also encouraged to start researching scholarship opportunities as early as possible.
Center for Global Education Scholarships- Available to all Rutgers students participating in a Center for Global Education program during the fall/spring/academic year/summer. Applications will be released to students after their acceptance and are reviewed on a first-completed basis. For more information please visit the Scholarship section of our website.
Please visit the Scholarships section of our website for additional information about Rutgers and national scholarships.