International Policy & Strategy Briefing
MayMester 2010 Course
The International Policy & Strategy Briefing is part of a three-credit MayMester course which will include travel to Washington, D.C. on May 23-30, 2010.
This Program will allow participants to enhance their internationalization expertise. The week-long series of briefings at institutions dealing with international policy
issues will include |:
- U.S. Government Agencies involved in international economic and business issues, such as the U.S. Department of Commerce, Treasury, State, as well as the Overseas
Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), or the United States Congress.
- International Organizations with similar missions would include the World Bank/ International Finance Corporation (IFC), International Monetary Fund (IMF),
Inter-American Development Bank, or Organization of American States (OAS).
- Think Tanks with similar missions would include the Center for Strategic International Studies (CSIS), Brookings Institution, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR),
Center for American Progress, Migration Policy Institute, Inter-American Dialogue, or similar organizations.
- This program is open to business professionals within the community, as well as TAMIU faculty, and Ph.D. and MBA students.
- Ph.D. students must register for class, BA6398
- MBA students must register for class, BA5398
- All applications must be received no later than April 16, 2010
- Enrollment is limited
Acceptance is on a first-come, first-served basis
FEES AND EXPENSES
The cost of the program is $1,500* for students and faculty, and $1,750 for business professionals which includes airfare, lodging, a welcoming breakfast, and a closing dinner
Participants are responsible for baggage fees, ground transportation, and meals
A deposit of $250 for students and $500 for business professionals must be submitted with your application no later than April 16, 2010.
Cancellations received after this date are subject to a cancellation fee in the amount of your deposit
Participants will be housed at the George Washington University dormitories, located at Foggy Bottom, close to all institutions and organizations that will be visited
* Financial assistance may be available to TAMIU students and faculty
To apply, please complete and submitt the follwoing form :
Washington-MayMester 2010 Application