The Wayne State University School of Business Administration's Global Supply Chain Management program is leading a group of 13 students to the Czech Republic and Poland this June.
The focus of the European trip is to study and investigate the automotive supply chain and Eastern European culture. The students will visit and tour manufacturing facilities of Lear, Delphi, General Motors, Faurecia Group, and Johnson Controls. They will be hosted in Wroclaw by a Polish business, Crusar Logistics. Students will participate in lectures from professors at the Wroclaw University, one of the oldest universities which was built in the 18th century.
The students will travel between the cities by train, taking an overnight train from Prague to Krakow. They will visit many cultural sites as they research European culture while they are there. The students will visit the cities of Prague, Czech Republic, Krakow, Poland, and Wroclaw, Poland.
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Watch this blog for many pictures upon their return!
Students ... If you are interested in learning more about this trip and how you can participate in the Global Supply Chain Management program, please see Dr. John Taylor or Dr. Timothy Butler about next year's trip!
- Timothy Butler, Associate Professor of Global Supply Chain Management. View profile at ... http://business.wayne.edu/faculty/profile.php?id=1004
- John Taylor,Director of Global Supply Chain Programs. View profile at ... http://business.wayne.edu/faculty/profile.php?id=44862
- Wayne State University Study Abroad & Global Programs. http://studyabroad.wayne.edu/program/program.php?id=50