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Doing Business in Egypt (BINT 6917/BINT 4917)
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Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to join Wagdy Abdallah, Ph.D., professor of accounting and taxation, on a study abroad trip to Egypt: December 26, 2010 to January 8, 2011.
Information Meeting:  Friday, April 16
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., Jubilee Hall Library (6th Floor)
Application Deadline: Friday, May 7
Learn accounting, finance, marketing, culture and diplomacy in a global business environment while earning three credits. In addition to readings and class discussion, students will have hands-on experience and the opportunity to talk to several CEOs of American-Egyptian joint ventures.
One of the highlights of the trip is a four day Nile Cruise from Aswan to Luxor. Other places visited include Cairo, Alexandria, and Sharm El-Sheik, a year-round beach resort on the Sinai peninsula.
Student Comments:

"It was the trip of my life.” Ewa Bracko
“I had a wonderful time on the trip! I made some wonderful new friends  and got to see the great wonders of the world in an amazing country.”  Nicole  A. Cunicella
“I had an amazing experience." Stacey M Craighead
“It was a great experience.  I had the opportunity to understand the social issues as well as business environment, allowing me to walk away with a greater appreciation for the Middle East.  It was great to not only visit companies, but to site see and interact with the natives as well.  I never felt unsafe, even when walking within a small group of friends.  I highly recommend this trip to other students.”  Christie Deskiewicz

For more information please contact:
Dr. Wagdy Abdallah
(973) 761-9246


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