Canada Study Tour '08
Vancouver, British Columbia  
President's Day Weekend Feb 14th-18th, 2008   




  Why Canada?

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  2008 Itinerary

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Join us on the as we take a journey and explore the rich economic, political and cultural environment of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia in the beautiful country of Canada.   Learn how Vancouver is gearing up for the Olympics and see why it is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in North America.  Canada is the USAís largest trading partner and the city of Vancouver is booming! 

Last year's tour had rave reviews and included visits with prominent investment banking firm executives, local government officials, and the 2010 Olympic Committee.  The 2008 Canada Study Tour promises to be even better.  

Come join us on February 14th - 18th, 2008This trip is to provide students who are unable to participate in a 2-week overseas Study Tour with a shorter-term and less expensive international experience that is similar in focus to a 2-week tour.  However, If you go on this trip you are still eligible to go on a full two-week tour over Spring Break. Do both!

This trip will get you internship leads and enable you to identify immediate international business opportunities.  Donít miss out!  As a future business leader, you need to take advantage of the USAís long Presidentís Day weekend and see how business is done in Canada. 

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Application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Nov. 1.  If there are more than 20 applicants, students will be placed by lottery.  All applicants will be notified of their status on Nov. 2 and required to confirm their placement with a $200 deposit ($100 non-refundable) by Nov. 7. 

The total cost of the tour will be $600, and final payment will be required before the tour date.  If the final expenses cost less than $600, the difference will be refunded back to the participant.

Contact Tim Randall or Tania Elliott if you have questions about the tour!

* The 2008 Canada Study Tour is co-sponsored by the Canada Studies Center of the Jackson School of International Studies and the Global Business Center of the Michael G. Foster School of Business.