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|Restrictions:||WUSTL applicants only|
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||WU Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Spring||2014||05/01/2013 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling WU admission application process. Applicants will be notified that their application to study abroad has been approved by Washington University. If the program is administered by a partner institution, the application and endorsement are then forwarded to the program sponsor for review and approval. In most cases, students will need both WU approval and an acceptance offer from the program sponsor in order to participate in the program.
Indicates that deadline has passed
|Approved Department(s):||Business||Language of Instruction:||English|
|Foreign Language Requirement?:||No||Additional Opportunities:||Internship, Research|
|Housing Options:||Off-campus apartments||Open to Non-WU Students?:||No|
|Program Type:||Exchange program with university partner||Program Adviser:||Tammy Orahood|
Israel Internship Program
On the Israel Internship Program, students have the opportunity to combine classroom learning with a full-time internship in Israel.
Fall and Spring semester
COURSES AND CREDITS
Students will earn 15 units of academic credit by completing:
6 units of academic course work chosen from the offerings of our partner, The Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel (outside Tel Aviv). Coursework includes finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, organizational behavior and Arts and Science credit, for example, and is pass/fail transfer credit.
6 units for a significant research paper (B99 420) and oral presentation at the end of the program (graded).
1.5 units MGT 450I - a graded online course designed to deepen the overall learning gained from your full-time internship placement with a business, government or non-profit organization.
1.5 units of a colloquium series with the Zell Center for Entrepreneurship at IDC (graded).
Students do not have the option to select other course work in this particular program.
Depends on the Jewish calendar. Contact the BSBA Director of International Programs for exact dates.
All students participating in Olin semester programs are required to enroll and participate in pre-departure and post-departure coursework. INTL 300A Planning for International Learning is a 1.5 credit mini-B course designed to prepare students for their experience overseas the semester before they actually travel. INTL 300B Applying International Experiences is a required mini-A post-departure class that will discuss what students learned while abroad and help students articulate those lessons for employers, graduate schools, etc.
An on-site orientation program is scheduled during the first week of the program.
The International Internship Programs are open to all Olin juniors and seniors who have completed equivalent of 5 semesters of course work (75 units). BSBA students must have completed all core business subjects (except OSCM 230 and 356). There is a minimum GPA requirement of a 3.0 in your overall course work and a 3.0 in your professional course work.
Completion of Finance 340, MEC 292 or equivalent are specific requirements for any second major or minor.
Selection is based on maturity, seriousness of purpose, and appropriateness of match between program and applicant. Students on disciplinary probation during program period are not eligible. You must not only meet the minimum eligibility criteria, but also show the type of intellectual curiosity, personal maturity, academic rationale and social flexibility necessary for a successful study abroad experience.
HOUSING AND MEALS
Students will live in flats (apartments). Arrangements for these flats are coordinated through an agreement between Olin and IDC.
If you don't have your passport, you should start this process once you submit your application.
It is required by the Israeli government that overseas students must obtain a proper Student Visa to study inIsrael. Details of this process will be reviewed in INTL 300A.
Overseas Programs will enroll all WU-approved study abroad students in a basic accident and sickness plan through HTH Worldwide, a leading provider of international health insurance. This plan should be seen as supplemental to the student’s existing domestic health coverage, not as a replacement. We do not recommend a reduction or suspension of existing domestic coverage in light of enrollment in HTH insurance. For more information, click here.
Students are assessed the current WU tuition rate, the current WU Health Fee, and charges for housing. These fees are paid directly to Washington University (with the exception of housing). If you are a financial aid recipient, then your financial aid will apply toward these charges.
Exchange rate information is available at: http://www.oanda.com/ .