Location: Dublin, Ireland and Amman, Jordan
Eligibility: The program is open to undergraduate students with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Course Credits: MGMT 390 International Elective courses for 6 credits
Estimated Cost: TBD (Airfare from Ireland to Jordan included in program – round trip airfare from U.S. and personal spending not included)
Housing: See below
Language Requirements: None
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Daniels School students may apply for school specific scholarships in addition to the Purdue Moves Scholarship. For more information visit our Financial Planning and Scholarships page!
During the Ireland portion of the program, students will be housed in purpose-built student residences, serviced apartments, or a long stay hotel with modern amenities. Students are responsible for the majority of their own meals.
During their time in Jordan, students live with a Jordanian family. All participating families are screened from a database of qualified applications. Families provide meals throughout the program.
The program starts in Dublin, Ireland, and explores the Anglo-Irish peace process. It includes a study tour to Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, before moving to Amman, Jordan. Using the Anglo-Irish peace process as a case study, students examine intractable conflicts in the Middle East but beyond the Israel-Palestine conflict to also examine larger inter-regional as well as inter-tribal conflicts.
The Life Cycle of Peace and Conflict: Lessons Learned in Northern Ireland - MGMT 390
Conflict Resolution and Management: Beyond The Arab-Israeli Conflict - MGMT 390
The itinerary is subject to change.