At the AACSB accredited Sigmund Weis School of Business, you can experience the true America and with 2.300 students and diverse "clubs" and organisations your stay abroad will certainly not be boring.
|Language of instruction||English|
|Study programmes||Accounting, Economics, Business Administration, Global Management, Marketing, Luxury Brand Marketing and Management, Finance|
|Winter semester times||Aug.- Dec.|
|Summer semester times||Jan - May|
|Application Documents||SU Exchange Program Application, Transcript of Records, TOEFL IBT 80 or IELTS 6.0 Band Score, Photocopy passport (in colour)|
|Language Courses for Exchange Students||Yes|
|Cost of Living||$1300-1700|
Hardly any other country in the world is as diverse as the USA. Here you can find everything from small town America to gigantic metropolises like New York City and Los Angeles, which can be reached with cheap domestic flights. With hundreds of years of migratory history, the city is home to particularly open-minded people and cultures from all over the world who shape the entire political, demographic and cultural landscape of the USA. The largest and most innovative companies such as Apple, Amazon, Google and Co., shape the diversity of the country with the most famous dream in the world, the "American Dream".
Founded in 1787, Selinsgrove has a wonderful mix of "small-town friendliness", scenic landscapes and early American architecture that give the city its unique character. If you feel like visiting larger cities, the capital of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, can be reached in just one hour and metropolises such as New York City and Washington D.C. can be reached in less than three hours. In addition to numerous restaurants, the local "Selin's Grove Brewing Company" and charming shops, the idyllic banks of the Susquehanna River invite you to relax and hike. Alternatively, make friends with an Alpaca at Alpacas Patchwork Farm, explore the Farmer's Market or enjoy nature in Shikellamy State Park. More tips? Then take a look at: "30 things to do within 30 minutes".
Less than 5% of all business schools worldwide are accredited by AACSB, including the Sigmund Weis School of Business at Susquehanna University. This is due, not only to the excellent range of courses and study programmes in the fields of Business and Economics with specific areas such as Luxury Brand Marketing and Management, but also to the strong international orientation of the university. Every student goes abroad via the innovative Global Opportunities Program. In addition, students learn here in small groups and the university offers a network of 19,240 alumni who advise current students and open up paths to various internships and career opportunities.
Located on the Susquehanna River, the campus offers numerous sports facilities, such as gyms, indoor swimming pools and over 100,000 square metres of green space with playing fields and many charming restaurants and shops near the university. With 160 student organisations, Susquehanna University also provides valuable knowledge outside the classrooms.