A wide combination of business and management education delivery formats - on-campus combined with distance studies, day, weeknight and weekend classes, and traditional fall and spring semesters, combined with options for summer studies provides great flexibility for business students in the United States. And increasingly, students, including international students, may apply for internships or cooperative education placements. Co-operative education, or co-op, is an integrated approach to education that enables students to alternate academic terms - typically 3 - 4 months - with paid, relevant work experience in their chosen field. Internships are typically shorter, often unpaid and less structured. Many undergraduate business programs also offer international students the opportunity to study abroad, in addition to their experience in the US.
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