WSU Business Summer Program

The Wayne State University Summer Business Program is a unique four-week experience especially designed for undergraduate students attending WSU’s partner universities around the world. The program dates are July 20 - August 9, 2019. The purpose of this program is to allow students to experience the U.S. culture, to challenge their creativity and imagination, and to enrich their conversational English language skills. The program integrates several day and weekend field trips which are both fun and educational, and allows ample opportunities for self-exploring and recreational activities. The program is managed by the WSU Office of International Programs and chaperoned by dedicated staff.

Once your application is accepted, you will need to pay the $800 (USD) enrollment deposit. We will send you instructions on how payments will be accepted. Final payment must be paid by May 13, 2019.

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Gender *

Academic Background Information

Are you currently a degree seeking student? *
Current Student Status *

Travel Experience

Have you traveled abroad for longer than a week? *

Additional Guidelines

I understand I will receive a certificate from this program, but will not receive any Wayne State University academic credit. *
I understand I am responsible for adhering to Wayne State University campus and housing rules/regulations. *
I understand that I must purchase OISS Wayne State University International Health Insurance Program ($110) http://oiss.wayne.edu/health-insurance/understanding_the_health_insurance_requirement_2016_2017.pdf *
I understand that airfare, J-1 visa document processing fee ($225), SEVIS fee ($50) are not included in the program cost. *
I understand pocket money, off-campus meals, souvenirs, medical expenses, and the optional trip are not included in the program fee. *
I understand the day trips/field trips schedule may change due to weather and other constraints. *

During the course of the student's participation in the summer experience, the School of Business and/or Office of International Programs may wish to provide relevant information from the student's educational records to the student's parents or other third parties. Depending on circumstances, information to be released might include student housing information, information about the program in which the student is enrolled, or non-emergency information related to the student's health and safety. Please initial below to indicate that you have read this form and authorized such sharing of information to parents and any relevant third parties.

Release of Student Information