Specific dates for each course are listed in the course syllabi. DBi courses are offered during the following time periods:
Airfare and travel arrangements to and from the host university destination are the responsibility and expense of the participant, and they are not part of the DBi program fee. Program arrival and departure dates are included in each course syllabus. Students are free to travel independently before or after each course. Students must attend all course sessions, including lectures, speaker sessions, and visits. Failure to do so will result in a failing grade.
Lodging for the duration of the program is included in the DBi program fee. See the course syllabus for details. For programs featuring double occupancy, roommates assignments are required to be of the same sex unless they are married or have official civil union partner documentation. Final roommate assignments are completed after the Pre-Departure meeting.
All expenses not listed as included in the DBi program listed in the course syllabus are the responsibility and expense of the student. Incidental expenses could include and are not limited to some meals, non-group transportation, visa fees, airport fees, entertainment, and personal expenses.
If the country or countries in which the course is being held requires a visa for entry, it is each student’s responsibility to secure and pay for the appropriate visa(s). Additional information on visas will be posted on Blackboard.
International students must contact OGS regarding their travel plans and must attend an OGS "Travel Workshop". Please visit the OGS website for additional travel details.
Participating students must complete all required forms in order to participate. Forms will be posted on Blackboard for each class after registration is completed.
Please see graduation information under "Graduation Dates" on the DBi Syllabi page.
If you have questions regarding one of these DBi courses or the DBi program, please contact MBA International Programs at email@example.com or visit us in KMC 6-120.
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