Institute for International Business

European Summer Program Options

Interested in spending your summer in a different country, studying and learning firsthand about different cultures? Want to expand your personal and professional network by working side-by-side with students from other locations? The summer programs available to Tippie MBA students give you a variety of options to expand your horizons.

CIMBA Graduate Summer Program in Asolo, Italy

The beautiful countryside of Italy is the setting of CIMBA's summer graduate programs. The University of Iowa is the degree- and credit-granting institution for this program, which brings together students and faculty from different countries to study business. Typically two sessions are offered each summer.

European Business School (EBS) MBA Summer Program in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany

The EBS Program is a three-week program that allows students to gain academic credits toward their degrees while studying important topics such as European integration and monetary unification, environmental policy, EU extension, business leadership, and European financial markets within an international context. The program takes place in Oestrich-Winkel, near Frankfurt, nestled among vineyards and minutes from the banks of the Rhine River at the very heart of Europe.

Vienna Spring Program in Vienna, Austria

The Vienna Spring Program takes place over two weeks in one of Europe's historic and culturally significant cities. Students will gain insights into the European Union, cross-cultural transfer of management knowledge, and marketing strategies in Central and Eastern Europe. In addition to lectures, you will gain experience in carrying out business by participating in case studies and company visits.

International WU Summer University in Vienna

The three-week Wirtschafts Universität Wein Summer University is taught by highly qualified guest lecturers of WU partner universities with topics changing on a weekly basis. This program├é┬áconsists of a total of 72 contact hours, taught mainly in the mornings. In addition, participants of the Graduate Program may choose to attend a German language course for beginners.