In May several Corban University business students will spend 10 days learning about international business in Indonesia.
Corban business professors Dr. Bryce Bernard and Don Leavitt will lead the group on the May 19–29 journey. During the trip, students will learn about the global economy and how governmental policy influences business decisions. They will learn about the differences between Asian and western business cultures and have the opportunity to participate in meetings and presentations from Lippo Group business professionals.
Additionally, students will learn about Business as Mission and partner with VisionFund, a part of WorldVision, to learn about microfinance loans and potentially provide training for loan recipients in Jakarta.
“There will be many opportunities to interact with the movers and shakers of Indonesian business,” Bernard said. “These students may find that the relationships they develop on this trip become part of their career and business portfolios.”
For more information about this tour, email Dr. Bryce Bernard at email@example.com.