The 2020 Collegiate Immersion Program in America
The Elmhurst College 2020 Summer Collegiate Immersion Program in America gives international students the opportunity to study in the United States and earn college credit from a highly ranked, selective university.
The program offers a rich, intensive academic and cultural experience similar to what collegiate life is like in the U.S.—and more.
Students also will be immersed in the excitement of a busy Chicago summer, with weekday and weekend activities ranging from major league baseball to high-end shopping, along with world-class sightseeing and world-renowned dining.
This year’s program will take place July 11–July 31, 2020, at Elmhurst College.
Summer Immersion Program Course and Workshops
Students take one class and participate in college success workshops.
Designed to provide a basic understanding of the various facets of international business. Starting with basic trade theories, it covers the mechanics of the foreign exchange market, international finance and accounting, marketing, cultural differences, and management strategy under the international environment, organizational structure and practices of the multinational company, and international institutional arrangements.
Preparing and Transitioning for College Success workshops show international students how to succeed at an American university. In the workshops, students will explore topics related to the admission process and academic programs. They will also receive career development tips and more.
Registration and Payment Information
The registration deadline for the summer immersion program is Friday, May 1, 2020.
The total cost for the program is $4,100 USD and includes tuition, housing, meals, admission fees and local transportation to and from co-curricular activities while on campus. Additional costs include roundtrip airfare, transportation costs to and from the airport, and supplemental health insurance coverage (if the student’s current health insurance does not cover medical expenses incurred in the United States).