Study Abroad Process at Fox
The first step towards participating in a study abroad program is to connect with the Education Abroad Office by attending a Foundations of Study Abroad Session. Click here to learn more and register.
You are then required to meet with your academic advisor to create an academic plan.
For all Fox International Partner Programs listed below, you must then visit the Fox International Programs Office on the 7th Floor of Alter Hall to complete the application paperwork specific to the institution that you are applying (American Business School Paris, CEFAM Lyon, ITAM Mexico, Quinn School Dublin). Please note these are categorized as”External Programs” by the Office of Education Abroad
Visit The Office of Education Abroad to view all program deadlines.
Temple University’s Center for International Business Education (CIBE) presents
A Virtual Faculty Development in International Business
May 24th – June 4th, 2021
Data, Ethics, and the Future of Work in the Digital Global Economy
The global environment of business has not faced a crisis of epic proportions like it is now for at least a century. Supply chains have broken down, exports have declined precipitously, and rising nationalism has led to tariffs wars and political investigations that have seriously undermined trade. Yet at the same time, new opportunities have emerged, utilizing technology, adaptive manufacturing, and a host of other ingenious ideas that are beginning to shape a new landscape in international business. Understanding this new environment requires tapping into the knowledge of experts working on the front lines and making these changes happen. This is why we are writing to you today.
The Virtual FDIB will cover AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain and other disruptive technologies and how to navigate their ethical implications in the areas of finance, marketing, law, and supply chain management, among others. Exclusive content has been sourced from experts based in regions around the world to provide a springboard to pedagogical and research pursuits following participation. In addition, the program will introduce cultural components to examine the diversity of viewpoints held by both business leaders and global consumers about the collection and use of data.
More information and registration here.