The University of Evansville is expanding its international efforts. The university has signed an exchange agreement with the Paris School of Business in France.
UE says the PSB will serve as an option not only for business students, but those enrolled in arts and sciences programs including foreign languages and international studies. PSB says it is interested in using the partnership to bolster its students’ English communication skills while completing required coursework.
"This multilateral arrangement, several months in the making, is one that we hope to replicate with other partners around the world in order to attract more diverse students to UE and Harlaxton while providing additional opportunities abroad for our Indiana-based students," said UE President Tom Kazee. "This agreement is unique in that Paris School of Business students will study at the Evansville campus in the fall semesters and Harlaxton in the spring semesters. This provides their students with two distinct, yet connected, study abroad experiences on two continents."
UE also has a study abroad program housed at its campus at Harlaxton College in England. The university says PSB students would also be able to spend an entire academic year on the Evansville campus.
(Pictured left to right) Front: UE President Tom Kazee and Chloe Laupy, PSB’s International Relations Coordinator. Back: Wes Milner, Executive Director of International Programs at UE; Holly Carter, Director of Education Abroad and Harlaxton College Programs; and Greg Rawski, Dean of UE’s Schroeder School of Business.