Business and Economics

Global Business in the Asia Pacific Rim

(GLBL199) Global Business Cultures in the Asia-Pacific (4 credits) will introduce students to the strategies and methods businesses have employed to work successfully across cultures in the Asia-Pacific context.  Students will be introduced to core concepts such as: cross-cultural communication, development and presentation of business plans, variances in operating procedures and expectations of businesses doing transnational work in the region, management strategies for a diverse and global workforce, and tools for understanding markets and clients across cultures.

Achieving Success as an International Student: Pre-Freshman Studies in Shanghai

This program is cancelled for Summer 2021. 

Achieving Success as an International Student introduces first-year international students to the U.S. higher education system and the University of Oregon. Students will be exposed to strategies for achieving academic, personal, and professional success during their time at UO, that include but are not limited to: critical thinking, liberal arts, and the U.S.

Business in London

Prepare yourself for a future in global business by studying and interning in London, one of the largest international centers of brand development and management. You’ll take courses from faculty with international finance and marketing experience who are experts in their field. Immerse yourself in business culture and best practices through an individualized internship placement in a variety of industry sectors.