Cross Cultural Analysis
This program takes place during the winter break between the fall and spring semester, usually from early to mid-January.
Twenty participants (second-semester freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, alumni, and faculty/staff) travel to various European countries for 10 days to go on cultural and business-related field trips and have the opportunity to earn 3 undergraduate professional elective credits.
In past years, students have gone to various cities, including Milan, Munich, Rome, Florence, London, Brussels, Barcelona, Madrid and Berlin. The trip includes visits to major cultural sites, international companies, museums, historical locations and more.
The 2014 Cross-Cultural Analysis trip will take place from January 8-18, when our students will join LIM professors on a journey to Paris, France and Amsterdam, The Netherlands for a great adventure through history and fashion.
*Check back for details about the 2015 Cross Cultural Analysis course.
To learn more, please read the Cross Cultural Analysis Fact Sheet:
Cross Cultural Analysis Fact Sheet
Read more about this fabulous trip in our students' Study Abroad blog.
- Students must be at least a second semester freshman at the time of the program.
- Students must complete all portions of the general study abroad application by the due date.
The 2013 Cross-Cultural Analysis trip took place from January 7-17, when our students joined Professors Terry Burstein and Amanda Hallay on a journey to Italy that included stops in Milan, Florence, Siena and Rome.