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The Effects of International Study Tours in the Decision of Students to Go to Work Abroad – The Example of the GGS’ IST to Turkey and Russia (Wplyw miedzynarodowych wizyt studyjnych na decyzje studentow o podjeciu pracy za granica na przykladzie wizyty uczestnikow z Niemieckiej Wyzszej Szkoly Zarzadzania i Prawa w Turcji i Rosji)

Rafael Gonzalez () and Christopher Stehr ()
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Rafael Gonzalez: German Graduate School of Management and Law
Christopher Stehr: German Graduate School of Management and Law

Research Reports, 2015, vol. 2, issue 19, 37-49

Abstract: Until now, much of the research on International Study Tours has focused on the learning opportunities and intercultural advantages of participating in such mobility programmes. However, there has been limited literature on the relationship between joining these study trips and the motivation that students might get to start working abroad. This new research promi- ses many advantages for our globalized world as more and more companies struggle to get the right people at the right place – sometimes without success. The possibility of participating in such a study programme could not only contribute to preparing a future world manager, but it could also prompt him to accept a top position in a country other than his own.

Keywords: International Study Tours; motivation; students; work; education entrepreneurs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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