Cross Cultural Analysis
Twenty participants (second-semester freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, graduate students, alumni, and faculty/staff) travel to various European countries for 10 days to go on cultural and business-related field trips and have the opportunity to earn 3 undergraduate professional elective credits. In January of 2015 the trip took place in London and Berlin.
Emily Kukella spent two weeks in Paris as part of LIM College’s program with the French school Mod’ Art. A Fashion Merchandising major originally from Auburn, NY, Emily is interested in pursuing a career in cosmetics and was eager to experience Parisian culture and learn more about the country’s fragrance industry.
Read our other student's Paris blog below:
Alyssa Almonte (Class of 2013) is from Houston, Texas. She spent the Spring 2012 semester at the American University of Rome. Her career goal is to become a buyer. She decided to study abroad so she could learn about other cultures and build her independence.
LIM College offers a two-week summer travel experience in China each June. Get a first-hand perspective from Dean of Academic Affairs Michael Londrigan (2013) and student Andrew Charette (2012) on Chinese culture, business and fashion.
Read our other students' China blogs below:
Alyxis Flaggs's blog (2013)
Bianca Salerno's blog (2012)
Taylor Lucania's blog (2012)
Alyssa Francois (left) and Lindsay Nunnery (right) guide you through LIM College’s 2013 Cross-Cultural Analysis trip to Italy. Milan, Florence, Siena and Rome were the destinations in this adventure through history and fashion led by Fashion Merchandising Chair Terry Burstein and Professor Amanda Hallay.