Coggin Short–Term Study Abroad Programs   

   

A short–term study abroad is an innovative alternative for students interested in international educational experiences but who find it difficult spend a full semester overseas. The Coggin College of Business currently offers two options for short–term study abroad experiences: Faculty–Led Courses and "Coggin in..." Summer Programs.

 

 Faculty–Led Study Abroad Courses 

Faculty-led courses typically include 7 to 10 days overseas and offer 3 credits to be used in UNF students' degree evaluations. Students study a specific business discipline with class meetings before and after travel, and keep a journal of their impressions during their time abroad.

 

"Coggin in..." Summer Programs  

"Coggin in..." summer programs are shorter versions of traditional semesters abroad. Students attend business lectures in English delivered by international professors from the host country in a classroom setting. These programs typically offer 7 business credits. Summer A & B programs can be paired for additional credit and a discounted price.

 

Participating in a summer 2014 "Coggin In..." program? Make sure you learn more about the Business Gone Global Video Contest! Video entries due by 12:00pm on September 5, 2014.     

 

Interested in a Short-Term Study Abroad?

For more information, contact Coggin Study Abroad Advisor Caitlin Jaeger | (904) 620-2919.  To compare all programs, view our chart below:

 

 Tentative 2014/2015 chart  [pdf]

 

Video Testimonials

Watch  what UNF students are saying about their experiences on Coggin College short–term study abroad programs!

 

Faculty-Led:
Undergraduate
Austria & the Czech Republic

Spring Break

Peru

Spring Break

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Spring Break

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May Break

Sweden and Denmark

May Break

Faculty-Led:
Graduate
Turkey

Spring Break

"Coggin in"
Summer Programs
Coggin in Argentina

Summer B

Coggin in China

Summer A

Coggin in Germany

Summer A

Coggin in Paris

Summer A

Coggin in the South of France

Summer B

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