When I first heard about the Business &Culture program, I was very excited to join. What I was looking forward to most was being able to interact with people from the other side of the world.
My time in the Cross-Cultural Business class — part of the Business & Culture program run by the William Davidson Institute — was one of the most beneficial I have been able to take at the University of Michigan.
I’m a business student at the Libyan International University (LUMI), majoring in finance and banking. I’m passionate about anything related to business, self-learning, and self-improvement in general.
The course BA 310: Cross Cultural Business has been a great educational, professional, and personal experience that has enriched my business acumen, cultural intelligence, and interpersonal skills tremendously.
In reflecting upon my experiences in BA 310, especially in the context of the remote internship with a Congressional office I currently have, the first item that comes to mind is gratitude.
I am a business student from the American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon. During this spring semester, I enrolled in a new cross-cultural management course being offered at my university, and I was delighted to have the chance to partake in it.