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MAP Goes to England

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
MAP students, start planning for the next chance to study in England, coming in May 2012. For the fourth year, in collaboration with University of Evansville, MAP students can enroll in a Contemporary European Business Issues course at Harlaxton College
MAP students, start planning for the next chance to study in England, coming in May 2012. For the fourth year, in collaboration with University of Evansville, MAP students can enroll in a Contemporary European Business Issues course at Harlaxton College in Grantham, England. This course gives students an opportunity to view, first hand, the European business community and culture. Grantham is nestled in rolling hills about an hour’s train ride from London. During the 10-day experience, students combine classroom lectures with field trips to neighboring communities and visits to businesses such as Jaguar and the United Bank of Sweden. The course concludes with a two-day stay in London, although students may wish to extend their stay even longer. HAR 365, Contemporary European Business Issues, is a four-credit hour course at MAP’s current tuition rate. Both the tuition and room and board for this experience can be covered by financial aid programs. Student accommodations are in Harlaxton Manor on the grounds of Harlaxton College. Airfare is the student’s responsibility and would be at prevailing rates at the time of purchase. MAP students who take this course can use it to fill any of the cultural awareness requirements of the ABA or BBA, as well as satisfying the management concentration course requirement, BUS 450 International Business, or the cross cultural requirement. The course can also be taken as an elective. To learn more about this unique experience, contact your academic advisor or Nancy Crosby at ncrosby@marian.edu. Better yet, seek out a MAP student who has attended our study abroad trip in the past. Hearing about Harlaxton College from a student who has been there will convince you this is something you won’t want to miss.

With Marian’s Adult Programs, you can expect to connect directly with business leaders.

Our five- and eight-week courses give you more direct access to professionals in your field than most adult education programs.

  • Business Administration students work directly with local organizations to help them solve real-world challenges.
  • Paralegal Studies students learn from lawyers and paralegals and have many networking opportunities.
  • And our Nursing students practice skills and attributes under the guidance of other nurses to prepare them for professional success.

This kind of real-world experience develops the leadership, communications, technological and critical thinking skills you need to succeed in today’s job market.

Explore our website or 
contact us to find out how Marian’s Adult Programs can help you accomplish your goals.

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MAP 3rd Thursday Throwdown

On the third Thursday of the month from May-September all MAP students, graduates, faculty, staff, and friends are invited to attend Third Thursday Throwdown at Champps at Keystone at the Crossing for a chance to socialize, mingle, and network on the patio. The fun begins at 5:30 p.m. We'll see you July 16, August 20, and September 17! Check out the event on Facebook.

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Natasha Blakemore-Evans, May 2015 MAP graduate, was inducted into the 2015 directory of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. To be nominated for this national recognition, students must demonstrate both academic excellence as well as participation in campus activities and community service. Congratulations, Natasha!


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