Overview Travel Dates: May 18 – May 27, 2019
Number of students on program: 10 students
Did you know Finland was voted in 2018 to be the happiest country in the world? Finland is also recognized as having the world’s soundest banking system? And did you know Finland’s political system is recognized as the most stable, safest and best governed in the world? Wonder why? Travel to Finland on this 1-credit study abroad course to explore this nation’s politics and business via lectures at the University of Tampere and visits to local business firms, political offices and cultural centers. Students will experience the exquisite natural beauty of Finland’s great outdoors as well, including the world-famous Finnish sauna next to one of the country’s more than 10,000 lakes. This course, Finnish Innovation in Politics and Business, will meet twice prior to departure, and is open to students in all majors.
Katie Laatikainen, Ph.D., Professor and Director of International Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org Rakesh Gupta, Associate Professor, Willumstad School of Business, email@example.com
During open planning, students should register online for the following 1-credit spring semester course, Finnish Innovation in Politics and Business. This course is cross listed. For International Studies credit, register for course number 0187-396. For Management credit, register for 0210-396. All registrations will need CIE Office approval.
All participants will receive undergraduate credit.
Graduate students may participate; however, they will receive undergraduate credit that will not count toward their graduate degree.
The course is considered part of the 2019 spring semester and traditional undergraduate students only pay additional tuition fees if they are part-time (11 credits or fewer) or exceed 17 credits.
Part-time students, graduate students, or students enrolled in specialty programs (e.g. Accelerated B.S. in Nursing, Accelerated M.B.A.) will be charged the standard per credit undergraduate tuition rate.
Non-Adelphi students will be charged tuition and fees upon registration for this course.
All participants will be charged a $150 study abroad fee.All tuition charges and fees will be assessed to the student's online tuition account for the relevant semester.
Program Fee Estimated Program Cost: $2250 + airfare
The program fee includes:
Accommodation in shared hotel rooms
Daily breakfast and some group meals
Entrance fees for site visits
CISI international health insurance
The program fee does not include:
Transport to and from the U.S. airport
Passport and visa fees (US citizens do not need a visa)
Adelphi tuition and study abroad fee (charged to tuition account; see above)
Application Procedures & Deadlines
Apply directly online by clicking "Apply Now" above. You will then need to make a deposit to reserve your spot. Program acceptance is done on a first-come, first-serve basis, based on the order in which the deposits are received. Your application will be considered incomplete without the program deposit. Cash, checks or money orders (payable to Adelphi University) are acceptable forms of payment. The Center for International Education is located in Nexus 145 on the Garden City campus. Office hours are Monday - Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Mailing Instructions: (checks & money orders only)
Center for International Education
Adelphi University, Nexus 145
One South Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
The payment timeline is as follows. Please note that a $50 non-refundable late fee will be assessed for each payment deadline missed.
Before November 19: $300 (non-refundable)
December 10: $1000
January 23: $950
Refund and Cancellation Policy The program deposit is non-refundable unless the program is cancelled. An attempt to recover funds from our tour providers will be made, but no refund is guaranteed.
All students participating in Adelphi faculty-led programs may be eligible to have their financial aid package re-evaluated based on the additional program fees listed above. Keep in mind that most re-evaluations result only in an increase in loan eligibility and funds may not be available until after the start date of the program. Students who anticipate using loans must be registered for a minimum of 6 credits. Students are responsible for meeting all payment deadlines above, regardless of their financial aid status. If you would like to discuss your financial aid package, you should visit the Student Financial Services office in the lower level of Levermore Hall.