|Minimum GPA:||3||Language(s) of Instruction:||English|
|Other Eligibility Requirements:||Course Prerequisites||Class Status:||Graduate|
|Open to non-GW students:||Yes||Sponsoring Department:||Marketing|
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Marketing in the Arab World (MKTG 6297) and In-Country Marketing Consultancy Project (MKTG 6290)
Is this program for me?
GW School of Business candidates as well as qualified graduate applicants from the Elliott School will enjoy a unique learning experience through a faculty-led study abroad program to Dubai, UAE. This program addresses issues on marketing strategy and market behavior in the Arab World by combining two marketing courses that focus on case studies, seminars, applied projects, site visits and guest speakers. Students will work on consulting teams to assist firms active or interested in entering the higher growth market of the Arab World. The Arab World collectively counts as the 9th largest economy in the World. This program begins with intensive pre-departure classes on Foggy-Bottom campus in December. Students then travel to the UAE in early January and return to Foggy-Bottom for post travel debriefing session.
This six credit academic program integrates two courses on Marketing in the Arab World and In-country Marketing Consultancy Project.
MKTG 6297: "Marketing in the Arab World" Uniquely combines international marketing theory with regional Arab perspectives. Throughout case studies, tools, and tips, students will learn how to design and analyze marketing programs, review successful marketing research, and respect cultural sensitivities within the Arab World environment. Managerial implications for both multinational corporations and domestic businesses of all sizes will be examined and market insights related to the Arab region and in particular to Dubai and the UAE will be utilized to illustrate best regional business practices. Some of the areas addressed are challenges and opportunities in social media, marketing of services, and sustainable/socially responsible strategies.
Who Should Apply?This course is open to graduate students from the School of Business, as well as graduate students from the Elliott School. Interested applicants must complete the online application and submit a
Application Deadline:October 14, 2013
Dates On Campus:- Pre-travel: December 12 (9am – 6pm); December 13 (9am – 6pm)
- Post-travel: January 31, 2014 (10am – 6pm)
Dates Overseas:January 1 - January 12, 2014
Dr. Salah Hassan,
Professor of Strategic Brand Management
Information SessionWednesday, October 9 from 5-6pm in Funger 420.
Cost EstimateClick HERE
Check out a YouTube video of the 2010 program here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uetoLUNffZo
This program is administered by Global & Experiential Education in The George Washington University School of Business.
Feel free to contact us at 202.994.1212 or email@example.com with questions.
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