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ITM Practicum

IN492 INTERNATIONAL TRADE PRACTICUM: Hong kong & taipei (wINTER 2018)
JANUARY 3-19, 2018

In this Practicum students will experience in Hong Kong and Taiwan the increasing market forces of mainland China on international trade practices, fashion markets, culture, politics and daily life. Students will select field research topics that will enhance their career goals and source contacts to interview fashion brands, universities, government agencies, NGOs, trade associations, advocacy groups, etc. Hong Kong is considered to be an ideal platform for doing business in Asia and a gateway to mainland China. Students interested in technical fabrics and high-tech industrial textiles will have an opportunity to explore this growing area in Taiwan’s textile industry. By 2020, China’s fashion market will be worth $201.3 billion, as the country moves away from the factory model and the middle class embraces consumption. Program Fee: $3,500*, plus three-credit tuition, and a visa fee. Program fee includes airfare, double-room, continental breakfast and group outings.

Information:
Professor Melinda Lorenz Melinda_Lorenz@fitnyc.edu of the Department of International Trade and Marketing

*Dates and Fees are estimates.

Applications accepted beginning April 1, 2017. Please go online to: http://www.fitnyc.edu/study-abroad/programs/short-term/winter/index.php

Melinda Lorenz Winter 2018 Practicum

IN492 International Trade Practicum: DENMARK & SWEDEN
January 4-19, 2017

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January 4-19*, 2017. Although Sweden and Denmark joined the European Union, in 1995 and 1973 respectively, these Scandinavian countries did not adopt the Euro as currency. In this Practicum students will experience in Copenhagen and Stockholm the impact of regional economic integration on their international trade practices, fashion markets, culture, politics, and daily life. Students will select field research topics that will enhance their career goals and source contacts to interview fashion brands, universities, government agencies, NGOs, trade associations, advocacy groups, etc. Students interested in “fast fashion” in global markets will have an opportunity to study the Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M) brand in its original market and compare its local marketing strategies to American and other fashion markets.

Program fee: $3,950, plus three-credit tuition, and a visa fee if applicable. Program fee includes airfare, double-room, continental breakfast, and group outings. 

Information Contact:
Professor Patrick Yanez

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