Global Business Experience Trips give graduate students the opportunity to explore the economic, political, and cultural contexts of business in regions around the world. Through cultural tours and interactions with executives who are doing business in these destinations, students develop essential business skills required for success in a global economy.
Please see below for important trip information and registration support.
Please see below for important information pertaining to country specific entry and exit requirements.
Up-to-date requirements for US travelers can be found here.
Entry and Exit Requirements
There are no COVID-related entry requirements for U.S. citizens.
Traveling Through Europe: If you are planning to visit or travel through European countries, you should be familiar with the requirements of the Schengen Agreement. For additional information about visas for the Schengen area, see the Schengen Visa page.
- Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond the period of stay. Review the U.S. Travelers in Europe page.
- You will need proof of sufficient funds and a return plane ticket.
- U.S. citizens who arrive at an Italian Port of Entry without a valid travel document – including passports that have been previously reported lost or stolen – will be denied admittance into Italy and returned to their point of origin. This regulation is strictly enforced in Italy.
- U.S. citizens may enter Italy for up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa. All non-residents are required to complete a declaration of presence (dichiarazione di presenza).
- Non-EU visitors must obtain a stamp in their passport upon initial entry into a Schengen country. Many borders are unstaffed, so you may need to request a stamp at an official point of entry. Travelers arriving from another Schengen country must request the declaration of presence form from a local police office (commissariato di zona), police headquarters (questura), or their place of stay (e.g., hotel), and submit the form, along with a copy of your passport, to the police or to their place of stay within eight calendar days of arrival. Failure to complete a declaration of presence is punishable by expulsion from Italy.