Olin Global Programs, Summer Programs
The Olin Business School operates three distinct Olin organized summer programs (apply via program links below):
On these three programs, students take classes while engaging with the local business communities. We encourage all students interested in earning business credit abroad during the summer to consider the above opportunities. Should these opportunities not meet your academic or professional goals, you may explore other opportunities and present your case for another program during the application phase. Your application for other programs must be approved in order for you to transfer credit back to WashU. To apply, click the "Apply Now" button above during the application cycle, November 1 - February 1). If admitted, you will be responsible for both WashU required application/acceptance materials and those of the host program.
FEES FOR OTHER PROGRAMS
Students approved to participate on any program abroad not listed above through the Olin Business School will pay all tuition and program fee expenses to the host program. Additionally, students are charged the Global Programs Administrative Fee. This fee is $500 for all credit earned on an approved program. This fee covers the administrative expenses of offering students the opportunity to participate on an Olin Global Program while still meeting the academic credit requirements of Olin. This fee will be charged during the summer semester to the student's WashU account. For more information, visit the tuition policies site
. Students will also be responsible for housing and airfare and meals/spending money.
**DUE TO THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC, OLIN WILL NOT APPROVE ANY SUMMER PROGRAMS OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED ABOVE FOR SUMMER 2021.**
OLIN APPROVED PROGRAMS
The Olin Business School approves the following summer programs (apply via program links below):
OTHER SUMMER PROGRAMS
The following are programs that Olin students have participated on in the past and had good feedback (apply via "Apply" button at top of page):
Students may also want to consider earning distribution credits through an Arts & Sciences faculty-led program over the summer.
Additionally, students may consider petitioning for approval for another program. Please see the Undergraduate Global Website for information on petition programs, guidelines, and policies
. Students interested in petitioning should meet with Sara Stratton at least two weeks prior to the February 1st deadline.