Our summer study abroad opportunities provide both undergraduate and graduate students with opportunities to take courses abroad at our partner institutions worldwide in either a group of other UNF students or on their own! These programs serve as mini-semester exchange programs, as UNF students are enrolled at a different institution!   Applications for all programs for Summer 2018 will open on August 28, 2017.  

Coggin In Programs (Summer A & Summer B)

  • Spend 4 weeks abroad
  • Take 2 courses (7 credits) abroad
  • Travel/live with a group of UNF students
  • A Coggin Faculty member travels with the group for the first week of the program
  • Students pay 7 credits worth of UNF tuition PLUS a program fee which covers airfare, lodging, and international health insurance

Coggin Summer Exchange Programs (Summer A & Summer B)

  • Spend 1-4 weeks abroad, depending on the program
  • Take 1-3 courses abroad, depending on the program and what you decide to take
  • You may be the only UNF student there with a group of exchange students from all over the world
  • Students pay for however many credits the program is PLUS a program fee which covers airfare, lodging, and international health insurance

Applications for Summer 2018 "Coggin In" programs will be accepted from August 28 until February 9 or until a program fills whichever comes first!  

 

Early Osprey Discount: Applications received by December 1, 2017 qualify for the Early Osprey Discount of $200 per program. 

    

 Submit complete applications to the Coggin Study Abroad Office (Bldg. 10, Rm 2125).  A complete application includes the following: 

  1. Review the Coggin In study abroad policies
  2. Download the Use of Credits Form from your program's web page (available August 28)
  3. Meet with an academic advisor to complete the credits form. To see how credits may be used, refer to our Master Use of Credits Form (coming soon)
  4. Complete and submit Coggin In study abroad application (available on your program's webpage)
NOTE:  All application materials must be submitted together. 
  • Passport Info: If you already have a valid passport, bring it to our office (International Business Flagship Program, Honors Hall, Suite 2125) when you turn in your application so that we may scan it for our records.  If you do not already have a passport, , submit proof of passport application & submission receipt by December 3Please plan ahead! Passport processing may take several weeks. Remember, your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the return date of your study abroad program.
  • Payment Info: Once your application is submitted, and you have been approved through your study abroad interview, the short-term study abroad program fee will be posted to your UNF account in myWings. You will have two charges for your study abroad program: the first payment of $500 is due by December 1, 2017. The second payment for the remainder of the program fee is due by February 9, 2018. The first $500 charge becomes non-refundable after 5 business days of your acceptance to the program. After December 3, 2017, the remaining balance of the study abroad program becomes non-refunable. Students will receive a hold if payments are not received by the deadlines, regardless of whether financial aid has been disbursed. Please refer to the Faculty-Led Policies for detailed cancellation policies.

         COGGIN IN Study Abroad Cancellation Chart

Am I still responsible for these

payments if I cancel...

 Within 5 Business 

Days of Applying? 

 Before December 1? 

 After December 1?

1st Payment = $500

(due December 1, 2017)

No

 Yes!

 Yes! 

2nd Payment = Remaining Balance

(due February 9, 2018)

 No

No

Yes!


When do applications open? Applications will be available on this website at 9:00AM on Monday August 28 Collapsed

Coggin in Argentina

 erin

 

 

Where    Rosario, Argentina
     
When   
 Tentative Dates: Summer B semester
June 22, 2018: Students depart from Jacksonville
June 25, 2018: Classes begin in Rosario, Argentina
July 20, 2018: Classes end in Rosario, Argentina
July 21, 2018: Students depart from Rosario

There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM. Note that any absences from these three meetings may result in a lower overall program grade.
Capacity      20
Summary    This 7-credit program is an excellent opportunity to experience business and academics in one of the most important countries of Latin America. “Coggin in Argentina” is a 4-week program at Universidad Austral in Rosario, Argentina. Courses are set, and the entire group of UNF students will take the same course- where the courses fit in each students' Degree Evaluation varies student to student, and academic advisors in Coggin will help students through this process. Students will interact with Argentine students and faculty while attending classes. This program is perfect for students with interests in business with Latin America, economic development, and international economics and business. All classes are taught in English. Classes will be held four or five days a week. The class schedule during the four weeks may vary, possibly including a long weekend. 

 

Dr. Andrés Gallo, who is originally from Argentina, is the International Business Flagship Director and will be the UNF faculty liaison for Coggin in Argentina. Dr. Gallo is on the faculty at Universidad Austral and has led this program since 2009. He will meet with the students several times prior to departure to review etiquette, culture, and travel preparation. In June, Dr. Gallo will also fly with the students to Argentina and assist them with exploring Rosario for their first few days abroad.

Prerequisites   
 ECO2023: Principles of Microeconomics OR ECO3701: Contemporary International Economic Issues

*You must have taken either ECO2023 or ECO3701 before the Summer B 2018 semester. If you are taking this course in the spring semester, know that you must pass the course in order to register/participate in the Argentina study abroad program. 

Subject    
  • Latin American Trade (may be used in Degree Evaluations as a 3/4000 level Economics course OR specifically as ECO3704: International Trade)
  • Doing Business in Latin America (may be used in Degree Evaluations as a 3/4000 level General Business course; GEB elective)
  • Business Culture in Argentina (a 1 credit course; grade is dependent upon attendance at pre-departure meetings, attendance at all class meetings abroad, and the specific culture course in Argentina)
 
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites
Credits    7 Summer B 2018 UNF Credits 
Syllabus   Syllabi for the summer courses at Austral  will be available in the spring of 2018

Itinerary     
Cost   
$2,700 (+7 credit hours of UNF 2018 summer tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • In-country transportation (travel via public transportation)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  •  
DISCOUNTS:
 Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!
 Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the Uruguay exchange program (check our Summer Exchange Programs page) during the Summer A semester AND the Coggin in Argentina program during the Summer B semester will receive a $1,500 discount off of the Coggin in Argentina program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!

PAYMENT SCHEDULE: 
 December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.
February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.
Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in Argentina. This form enables students (with the help of their academic advisors) to decide how the Coggin in Argentina courses will be used in their Degree Evaluation at UNF. Students may wish to view the Master Use of Credits Form to get an idea of how the courses will count.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. You will need to bring two completed forms- the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. Gallo. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information     
Contact  

Dr. Andres Gallo

Bldg 10 (Honors Hall), Suite 2125

Coggin College of Business

University of North Florida

 

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125 
     

Coggin in China

 Ian China

 

 

 

Where    Beijing, China
     
When   
Tentative Dates: Summer A semester 

Students depart from Jacksonville: Saturday, May 5

Classes begin in Beijing: Monday, May 7

Classes end in Beijing: Friday, June 1

Students depart from Beijing: Saturday, June 2

 

There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM and Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM. Note that your attendance at all of these meetings is required, and missing any of them could affect your overall grade for the program. 


Capacity      20
 

Summary    This 7-credit program allows students to study emerging markets in China. "Coggin In China" is a 4-week program at Beijing International Studies University in Beijing, China. Courses for this program are standard and set for each student- where the courses fit in each students' Degree Evaluation varies student to student, and academic advisors in Coggin will help students through this process. Classes meet four days per week, which allows students 3-day weekends for travel and to get to know Beijing and China. All classes are taught in English. Classes will be held four or five days a week. The class schedule during the four weeks may vary, possibly including a long weekend. Included in the program cost are visits to the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and Tiananmen Square.

Dr. Lian An, who is originally from China, is a professor from the Coggin College of Business and will be the UNF faculty liaison for Coggin in China. Dr. An will meet with students several times prior to departure to review etiquette, culture, and travel preparation. In May, Dr. An will also fly with the students to China and assist them with exploring Beijing for their first few days. 


Prerequisites   
ECO2023: Principles of Microeconomics OR  ECO3701: Contemporary International Economic Issues

*students must have already taken one of these two courses by the Spring 2018 semester OR must be enrolled in one of them during the Spring semester. Your passing status is required to participate; if you fail the course during the Spring semester, you may be unable to attend.

 

 

Subject  
  • Economics of China: (a 3/4000 level ECO course, which may be used in a Degree Evaluation as an ECO elective, cultural diversity, or ECO3704: International Trade)
  • Doing Business in China: (a 3/4000 level GEB course, which may be used in a Degree Evaluation as a General Business elective, or Cultural Diversity)
  • Business Culture in China (a 1-credit hour course, the grade which depends upon pre-departure meeting attendance, attendance in class at BISU, and the culture class grade while there)
 

Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 
 

Credits    7 UNF Summer A 2018 Credit Hours
 

Syllabus   Syllabi for the 2 summer courses at BISU will be available in the Spring of 2018

Itinerary     

Cost   
$3,100 (+7 credit hours of UNF 2018 summer tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  •  

DISCOUNTS:

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the South Korea exchange program during the Summer B semester AND the Coggin in China program during the Summer A semester will receive a $1,500 discount off of the South Korea exchange program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

 

Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in China. This form enables students (with the help of their academic advisors) to decide how the Coggin in China courses will be used in their Degree Evaluation at UNF. Students may also want to review the Master Use of Credits Form to review how these courses may work.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. You will need to bring two completed forms- the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. An. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant.

 

More Information   

 

*ALL applicants will automatically be considered for one of two $500 scholarships!*

 
Contact  

Dr. Lian An 

Bldg 42, Room 3111
Coggin College of Business
University of North Florida

Erika Gallion, Study Abroad Advisor

Honors Hall (Building 10), Suite 2125 


Coggin in Germany

CoggGermany

 

Where    Cologne, Germany
   
When   

 Tentative Dates: Summer A semester

Students depart from Jacksonville on Saturday, May 5

Classes begin in Cologne on Monday, May 7

Classes end in Cologne on Friday, June 1

Students depart from Cologne on Saturday, June 2


There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM. Please note that any absences from any of these three meetings may result in a lower overall grade for the program.
Capacity      20
Summary  
Prerequisites   

ECO2013 and MAN3025

 

Subject   Economics
Management
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 
Credits    7 UNF Summer A credits
Syllabus   Syllabi for the courses at Cologne will be available in the Spring of 2018
Itinerary     
Cost   
$3,000 (+7 credit hours of UNF 2018 summer tuition). Includes: 
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue

DISCOUNTS:

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the Coggin in Germany program for summer A and a program also in Europe for Summer B (either the Coggin in the South of France or one of our Summer Exchange programs) will receive a discount of $1,500 off of the cost of their second program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)
NOTE: 1. The $1500 discount for 2 Coggin-In programs will go through 11/1.  On 11/2, it will drop to a $1,000 discount for participating in 2 programs until 12/1.  After 12/1, no discount.

 

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in Germany. Students may also want to read the Master Use of Credits Form to see how these courses abroad could fit into their Degree Evaluations.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. Bring the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. Hart. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information   

Interview Required

Program Budget

 

Contact  

Dr. Dana Hart

Building 42, Room 3121

 

Erika Gallion

Building 10, Suite 2125


     

  

Coggin in Italy

 menitaly

 

Where    Verona, Italy
     
When   
Tentative Dates: Summer A semester 
Students arrive in Verona: Saturday, May 5
Classes begin in Verona: Monday, May 7
Classes end in Verona: Friday, June 1
Students depart from Verona: Saturday, June 2

There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April TBD from 8:00AM-1:30PM (the final pre-departure meeting includes a tour of JAXPORT). Please note that any absences from these three meetings may result in a lower overall grade for the program.
Capacity      20
Summary   This program is co-sponsored by the UNF Transportation and Logistics Flagship Program. Transportation and Logistics majors will have priority application/registration for this program from August 28 to September 8. Afterwards, this program will be open to all other majors who meet the prerequisite requirements.
Prerequisites    TRA3025 or MAN3504 or permission of instructor

 

Subject    Logistics
Management
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites
Credits    7 UNF Summer A 2018 Credit Hours
Syllabus   Syllabi will be available in the Spring of 2018
Itinerary     
Cost   
$3,000 (+7 credit hours of 2018 UNF Summer tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  •  

DISCOUNTS/SCHOLARSHIPS:

Babcock Scholarship: Eligible Transportation and Logistics majors will receive a $300 scholarship for this program. The scholarship will be disbursed in May 2018.

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the Coggin in Italy exchange program during the Summer A semester AND one of our other summer study abroad programs in Europe during Summer B (either the Coggin in the South of France program or one of our Summer Exchange Programs will receive a $1,500 discount off of the second study abroad program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)
NOTE: 1.       The $1500 discount for 2 Coggin-In programs will go through 11/1.  On 11/2, it will drop to a $1,000 discount for participating in 2 programs until 12/1.  After 12/1, no discount.

 

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in Italy. Students may also wish to look at the Master Use of Creditsform to see how classes can fit into their Degree Evaluation at UNF.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. Bring the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. Triplett. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information   

Interview Required

Program Budget

 

Contact  

Dr, Russell Triplett

Building 42, Room 3404

 

Erika Gallion

Building 10, Suite 2125

     
Coggin in Paris, France

 Paris

 

 

 

Where   Paris, France
     
When   
Tentative Dates: Summer A semester (students arrive in Paris on Sunday, May 6, classes begin on Monday, May 7 and end on Friday, June 1. Students depart from Paris on June 2).
Students arrive in Paris on Saturday, May 5
Classes begin in Paris on Monday, May 7
Classes end in Paris on Friday, June 1
Students depart from Paris on Saturday, June 2

There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM. Please note that any absences from any of these three meetings may result in a lower overall grade for the program.
Capacity      20
Summary  
Prerequisites   

MAR3023 & MAN3025

 

Subject   European Management 
Marketing
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 

Credits    7 UNF Summer A Credits
Syllabus   Syllabi will be available in the Spring of 2018
Itinerary     
Cost   
$3,100 (+7 credit hours of UNF 2018 summer tuition). Includes: 
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  •  

DISCOUNTS:

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the Coggin in Paris program over Summer A and either the Coggin in South of France program in Summer B OR a Summer Exchange Program during Summer B (in Europe), will receive $1,500 off of their second program fee! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)
NOTE: 1.       The $1500 discount for 2 Coggin-In programs will go through 11/1.  On 11/2, it will drop to a $1,000 discount for participating in 2 programs until 12/1.  After 12/1, no discount.

 

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

Application   

  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in Paris. This form enables students (with the help of their academic advisors) to decide how the Coggin in China courses will be used in their Degree Evaluation at UNF. Students may also want to look at the Master Use of Credits form to get a better understanding of how classes could potentially fit in their Degree Evaluations
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. You will need to bring two completed forms- the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. Jaeger. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information   

Interview Required

Program Budget

 

Contact   Dr. David Jaeger
Building 42

Erika Gallion
Building 10, Suite 2125
     

Coggin in the South of France

 marseille


Where    Marseille, France
     
When   
Tentative Dates: Summer B semester (students depart from Jacksonville on Sunday, June 24. Courses will begin on June 25 and end on August 3. Students depart Rosario for Jacksonville on August 4.

Students depart from Jacksonville: Sunday, June 24

Courses begin in Marseille: Monday, June 25

Classes end in Marseille: Friday, July 20

Students depart from Marseille: Saturday, July 21


There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM
Capacity      20
Summary    
Prerequisites   

MAN3025

Subject   Management
HR Management
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 
Credits    7 UNF Summer B 2018 Credit Hours
Syllabus   Syllabi will be available in the Spring 2018
Itinerary     
Cost   
$3,500 (+7 credits of UNF summer 2018 tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
  •  

DISCOUNTS:

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in any Summer A program in Europe (either Coggin in Paris, Italy, Germany, or Spain OR a Summer Exchange Program) AND the Coggin in the South of France program during the Summer B semester will receive a $1,500 discount off of the South of France program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)
NOTE: The $1500 discount for 2 Coggin-In programs will go through 11/1.  On 11/2, it will drop to a $1,000 discount for participating in 2 programs until 12/1.  After 12/1, no discount.

 

 

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in the South of France. This form enables students (with the help of their academic advisors) to decide how the Coggin in China courses will be used in their Degree Evaluation at UNF. Students may also want to view the Master Use of Credits Form to see how these courses from abroad may fit into their Degree Evaluations.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroad application. You will need to bring two completed forms- the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with Dr. Fadil. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information     

 Interview Required

Program Budget

 

Contact  

Dr. Paul Fadil

Building 42, Room 3015

 

Erika Gallion

Building 10, Suite 2125

Map     

Coggin in Spain

 Alicante

 

Where    Alicante, Spain
     
When   
Tentative Dates: Summer A semester :
Students arrive in Alicante on Sunday, May 6
Classes begin in Alicante on Monday, May 7
Classes end in Alicante on Friday, June 1
Students depart from Alicante on Saturday, June 2

There are THREE mandatory pre-departure meeting times for all participants in Coggin In summer programs. These meetings are a part of your overall grade for the program, and are very important. These meetings will take place on February, February 9 1:00-4:00PM, Friday, March 9 1:00-4:00PM, and Friday, April 6 from 12:00-1:30PM. Please note that absences from any of these three meetings may result in a lower overall grade for the program.
Capacity      20
Summary  
Prerequisites    TBD
Subject    TBD
Open To   UNF undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites 
Credits    7 UNF Summer A 2018 Credit Hours
Syllabus   Syllabi will be made available in the Spring of 2018
Itinerary     
Cost   
$3,000 (+7 credit hours of UNF Summer 2018 tuition). Includes:
  • Airfare (round-trip)
  • Lodging (hotels for the entirety of the program)
  • International Health Insurance via GeoBlue
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DISCOUNTS:

Early Osprey Discount: Participants who sign up by December 1, 2017 for the Coggin In program will receive a $200 discount on the cost of the program!

Double Program Discount: Participants who participate in the South Korea exchange program during the Summer B semester AND the Coggin in China program during the Summer A semester will receive a $1,500 discount off of the South Korea exchange program! This discount can be combined with the Early Osprey Discount as well (which can be applied toward both programs, making the total possible discount $1,900!)
NOTE:  The $1500 discount for 2 Coggin-In programs will go through 11/1.  On 11/2, it will drop to a $1,000 discount for participating in 2 programs until 12/1.  After 12/1, no discount.

 

PAYMENT SCHEDULE:

December 1, 2017: If students have applied by this date, their first payment will be due on this date ($500). This charge will show up on students' accounts, and students will receive an email letting them know when it occurs.

February 2, 2018: The remaining balance of the program cost will be due on February 2. Applicants who apply after the December 1 date will have their entire program fee due on February 2 rather than two separate fees.

Application   
  1. Review the Coggin Study Abroad policies in depth; especially familiarize yourself with the payment/refund policy.
  2. Download the Use of Credits form for Coggin in Spain. This form enables students (with the help of their academic advisors) to decide how the Coggin in Spain courses will be used in their Degree Evaluation at UNF. Students may also want to look at theMaster Use of Credits Form for further information into how these classes from abroad will fit into their Degree Evaluations.
  3. Meet with a Coggin Academic Advisor to complete the Use of Credits form. An advisor's signature is needed for a complete application; please note that if you apply without this signature, you will not be accepted to the program and your spot will not be held.
  4. Complete and submit a Coggin In study abroadapplication. You will need to bring two completed forms- the application, and the Use of Credits form- to the International Business Flagship Program Office (Building 10, Suite 2125).

*In order to be officially applied to the program, both forms must be completed at the time you turn them in to the IB office; if forms are incomplete, your application will not be sent in and your spot in the program will not be held.

*After your application materials have been submitted, you will receive an email from the IB office directing you to set up a mandatory interview with the faculty leader for the program. Your official acceptance to this program is dependent upon completing this interview; if you delay in setting this interview up, your spot in the program may be given to another applicant

More Information   

Interview Required. Please note that this program's application will open later than other Coggin In programs and the courses are to be determined.

Program Budget

 

Contact  

Dr. Jeffrey Michelman

Building 42, Room 3137

 

 Erika Gallion

Building 10, Suite 2125

   

Our Summer Exchange Programs give UNF students more opportunities to study abroad during the summer. These programs, listed below, differ from Coggin In programs in that there is no faculty liaison who travels with students, there are no pre-departure meetings before travel, and there is not a large group of UNF students attending (in fact, there may be only one or two per program!). Students can choose to participate in these along with a Coggin In program for more time abroad as well as an Osprey Discount ($1,500 if the programs are on the same continent). These programs involve choosing your own courses and are much more independent and flexible than the Coggin In summer programs.

 

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ESC Rennes (France); International Summer Program  (June 12, 2018 - June 22, 2018; Summer A)

This program is for both undergraduate and graduate students and offers 3 UNF credits: The two-week Summer Programme includes 30 hours of classroom teaching, personal study time, presentations by guest speakers (local managers practicing CSR), and company visits. In addition to developing their environmental and social awareness, students will take part in a variety of team-building projects in a multicultural learning environment designed to sharpen their problem solving, presentation, and cross-cultural communication skills.
The teaching content provides an integrated view of societal issues and functional areas of business as they relate to Responsible Management. Specific topics include:

Reframing the purpose of Business
Stakeholder Management
Responsible Leadership
Embedding CSR into the Company’s Strategy and Culture Environmental Management
The Institutional Environment of CSR
CSR and Investors – Responsible Finance
CSR and Employees – Responsible Human Resource Management CSR and Consumers – Responsible Marketing

 


Cost: EUROS: 1,420 (does not include cost of housing or flight (The IB office will aid you with these)

*APPLY BEFORE April 1, 2018

 

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Hochschule Bremen (Germany); International Summer School  (July 9, 2018 - August 3, 2018; Summer B)

This program is for both undergraduate and graduate students, and offers 6 UNF credits. Students will choose which of the English-taught courses offered in the module, from Women in Leadership to International Trade (and many more options). The program fee is approximately 900 euros per course, and does not include airfare or lodging fees (note: the IB office will assist with your flight and housing). You must apply before January, 2018.

"The HSB-International Summer School is a high quality academic program in combination with an appealing range of cultural and leisure activities. While you can earn fully recognized credit points for your academic work, you can also enjoy the special blend of cosmopolitan atmosphere with small-town ambiance that the lovely Hanseatic City of Bremen has to offer. This is a place where students feel welcome and comfortable. Join us for a distinctive academic and international experience in Bremen and enjoy a great summer. Let’s go to Bremen!"


 

 

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 Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) International Summer Semester (2018 dates TBD; will be in Summer A)

 

This program is only for undergraduate students, and can offer 3-9 UNF credits, depending on what the student wants to take. Courses are taught in English and there are many classes students can choose from, available on SKKU's website. This program includes tuition, housing, and application fees, and costs approximately $2,000-$3,000 (depending on the number of classes taken). This cost does not include student's flight arrangements, which the IB office will help with planning. Students also have the option of taking an extra Korean language class for additional costs. This program is a highly international cohort, with international students from all around the globe: "Sungkyunkwan University's International Summer Semester (ISS) is a unique academic program dedicated to sharing and experiencing the fascinating story of Seoul, Korea's 600-year-old capital. The program aims to develop students' global engagement by providing opportunities to share different perspectives on global issues, to make friends with various cultural backgrounds, and to explore Korea's history, culture, and people. Take advantage of the excellent program we offer. It will help you to expand your mind and change your world.
(1) 4 Week Course
The ISS provides a four week course. By bringing together students and faculty from Korea and around the world, the ISS not only stimulates students’ academic initiatives, but also broadens their knowledge. Take the opportunity to learn about many interesting subjects while receiving academic credits!" 

Students must apply by March 1, 2018.


Uruguay

Universidad de Montevideo Summer Class (2018 dates TBD; 3 week program in May, 2018)

This program is focused primarily on Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and includes participants taking one 3 credit hour course at our partner university in Montevideo, Uruguay. UNF Transportation & Logistics professor, Dr. David Swanson, will be traveling with the students to Montevideo for the program. For more information, please contact Dr. Swanson.

To learn more about the program, see the university's program page here. Also, check out this video regarding the program!