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  • Locations: Prague, Czech Republic; Vienna, Austria
  • Program Terms: Maymester
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Cost of Attendance Sheets: Maymester
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Program Category: UGA Faculty-Led Sponsor: The University of Georgia
Type of Instruction: Experiential, Lecture Classes With: International Students, UGA Students
Language Program: No Language of Instruction: English
Taught By: UGA/U.S. Professors(s) Housing Type: Hotel/Hostel
Work Opportunity: No Volunteer Opportunity: No
Scholarship Availability: Yes College/School: Terry
Academic Area: Business Administration, General Business, International Business Minimum number of credit hours: 6
Maximum number of credit hours: 6 Minimum GPA Requirement: 2.75 or above
Number of Student Participants: 11-20 students Type of Admission: First-come first-served (rolling)
Open to non-UGA students: Yes
Program Description:

Business in Europe

Study abroad for business majors, since 1970.

UGA-Terry-Business in Europe

  • Learn from business leaders about the opportunities and challenges of the Central-Eastern European markets.
  • Study the issues in a Terry seminar with local students of the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
  • Experience local history, culture, and cuisine.
  • Meet fellow travelers at study abroad orientation prior to departure (during the spring).
  • Travel to historic cities.

Program Location

TerryEur2017.1bDuring this study abroad program, students will learn about business practices in Central-Eastern Europe. Participants will engage with local students at Vienna University of Economics and Business through a shared seminar led by our faculty. They will experience the unique cultures and enterprises of this part of the world through city tours, company visits, factory tours, cultural activities, and excursions. Orientation sessions for this program will be held during the Spring semester preceding the program.


2018 Instructor will be Julio Sevilla, Asst. Professor of Marketing.

Academic Program

  • INTB 5100 special topics in international business (3 credits)
  • MARK 5000 special topics in marketing (3 credits) 
    Prerequisite: None. Permission of department given upon admission.


  • Open to all business and intended-business majors who have completed one year of college in residence at the time of application.
  • Satisfactory academic and disciplinary records.
  • Strong faculty/employer references.
  • Enrollment is limited (Likewise, a minimum enrollment count must be met to confirm program).

Program Itinerary

2018 Preliminary Program (subject to change)
May 7 Depart Atlanta
May 8 Arrive Prague, welcome dinner
May 9 Company visit, City tour
May 10 Company visit(s)
May 11 Company visit
May 12 Prague castle tour
May 13 Holiday
May 14 Class, group dinner
May 15 Transfer to Vienna (visit Moravia en route)
May 16 Class
May 17 Class, city tour
May 18 Class 
May 19 Market tour
May 20 Free day
May 21 Vienna Woods, group lunch
May 22 Class
May 23 Class, company visit
May 24 Class
May 25 Class, company visit
May 26 Viennese cooking class
May 27 Free day
May 28 Class, company visit
May 29 Class
May 30 Class, farewell dinner
May 31 Return to Atlanta

Housing &  Meals 

  • Participants stay in centrally located hotels that typically offer WiFi, restaurant/lounge, and computer station. 
  • Daily breakfast included with hotel accommodation. 
  • Except where noted in itinerary, most meals are on your own. Lunch vouchers will be provided by Vienna University of Economics & Business during stay in Vienna.
  • Local transportation to group activities included.
  • Study abroad insurance included.

Program Costs

See "Cost of Attendance" sheet at the top of this brochure for dollar estimates. Basic cost breakdown for study abroad includes:

  • program fee for room & board, tours and activities;
  • tuition and fees for academic courses;
  • international airfare; and
  • personal spending money.  
Speak with a UGA Financial Aid Advisor about how to apply the HOPE scholarship and other financial aid to study abroad expenses. Additionally, the Terry College and the UGA Office of International Education maintain scholarships for UGA programs that you should explore.

Admission Process

Only applications marked "complete" will be considered for admission. Admission decisions will be sent via the application portal. Students who receive an offer of admission will have a limited time to accept or decline the offer before the spot passes to another candidate. Students who accept the offer of admission must pay a non-refundable $300 deposit to confirm their enrollment in the program


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Program Reviews:
Derric Jamal Fray, Maymester 2017 Participant
This was by far the best trip I've EVER been on in my life. I would not have traded a single moment for anything else. The knowledge I gained both in the classroom and outside was truly helpful with my personal growth and educational development. I honestly grateful that I attended this trip.

Maymester 2017 Participant
Anyone and everyone should take the opportunity to go abroad if they can... it was the experience of a lifetime. It's the best way to really get to know a place and its culture.

Maymester 2017 Participant
Terry in Europe was one of the best experiences of my college career. I learned so much about culture, international business, and myself!

The interactions with local natives and how they viewed Americans, both positively and stereotypically. I enjoyed experiencing the cultures of an area that has existed for thousands of years and walking into buildings and sites that were older than our entire country. It was very interesting to have a class with local students from Vienna and an experience I will never forget, especially since they were so helpful both inside the classroom and outside. They ensured we were safe and had a great time in everything we did.
     — Derric Fray, Maymester 2017
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This program is currently not accepting applications.