Study Tour to Greece March 11

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Study Tour to Greece
March 6 -14, 2009
Informational Meeting
Purpose
• Gain an international perspective
• Experience the local/regional culture
• Learn how business is done in that part
of the world
Requirements
• Enthusiastic students who are ready to
have a great Spring Break.
• Students in good academic standing.
• Students who are excited to learn about
Greek history and its culture.
• Students who are willing to take full
advantage of this wonderful opportunity.
• Students who are ready to EAT great food
and try many other new things.
Course Requirements
• Pre-departure paper (30% of
grade).
• Tour journal (40% of grade).
• Attend meetings before departure
and after the tour (10% of grade).
• Attendance and participation in
planned activities in Greece (20%
of grade).
Program Costs
• The cost of the trip : US $2,795 to be made in
three installments:
– $300 by Nov. 1, 2008 when you sign up to reserve
your place (First-come first-served).
– $1,500 by Dec. 1, 2008.
– The remainder, $995 is due on January 20, 2009.
• The refund is limited to $300 prior to
November 1. There are absolutely no refunds
after that date.
• You can make your checks payable to
University Travel and bring them Liz
Olmanson, MH150 (MKT & IB) or Dr. Thiewes,
MH 247. NOTE: Cost is subject to CHANGE!
Tentative Schedule
Friday
6-Mar
Depart from Minneapolis/St. Paul, USA
Saturday
7-Mar
Arrive in Athens
Sunday
8-Mar
Visit the Acropolis (Parthenon) & cape Sounion
Monday
9-Mar
One-Day Cruise: Aegina, Hydra, and Poros Islands
Tuesday
10-Mar
Company visits
Free afternoon
Wednesday
11-Mar
Visit Delphi with overnight in Loutraki
Thursday
12-Mar
Visit Epidaurus, Mycenae and Wineries
13-Mar
Seminar and Tour of the Olive Oil Co-op in Corinth. Visit the Light House in
Hereon and lake Vouliagmene
14-Mar
Depart from Loutraki for the Airport in Athens and arrive in MPLS/St. Paul the
same day
Friday
Saturday
CORINTHIAN CANAL
Greek dancing- Island Cruise 2003
• Questions?
• Efxaristo! THANK YOU!...