Self-Financing: The most common way "how to finance your academic studies" is to raise money yourself through family, friends or scholarships.
Internship/ Practical Training: Since classes are taught in the evening, students are allowed to work 20 hours off campus during the week. This will help to get more working experience in an international company and to earn money for your living expenses and/ or tuition. We will help to find an appropriate internship company. Average wage is $10 per hour. Once you arrive in Charlotte, the office of the Academy of Int'l Business Studies will help to indentify internship companies.
Graduate Assistant: One student will have the opportunity to apply for a Graduate Assistantship (GA) position at the Academy of Int'l Business Studies office. The GA will work 5 hours per course per week. Therefore, the GA will pay no tuition for the semester he/she is working. The tasks include support of the Dean of the Academy of Int'l Business Studies.