LBAT - Languages for Business and Technology are immersion programs in China, France, Germany, Japan, and a Spanish program featuring Mexico and Spain. The intensive summer programs in Languages for Business and Technology (LBAT) consist of six to eight weeks of study abroad in which classroom lessons in business, culture, and technology are combined with field work, cultural events, excursions, and visits to area businesses-all conducted in the target language.

Recent Submissions

  • Der Herzschlag 

    Cothran, Bettina; Aten, Zach; Miller, Daniel; Barnhill, Jeff; Franks, Leland; Kurtzeborn, Kristine; Kinnaird, Peter; Finney, Haynes; Nixon, Palmer; Thompson, Pamela; Gorski, Krystalyn; Kearse, Brandon; Khan, Jameel; Foege, John; Sheppard, Joey; Hochstein, Ian; Gramatte, Dominic; Payne, John; Layfeld, Daniel; Mason, Matt; Oswalt, Angelika; Hurley, Dan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-07-20)
    During the summer of 2006, students in the Languages for Business and Technology (LBAT) - Germany program studied for seven weeks in Germany. They explored both the West and the East: the historical city of Weimar, the ...
  • Immer Geradeaus 

    Cothran, Bettina; Shealey-Barnswell, Tavon; Ruble, Charlotte; Roman, Yoann; Kovacs, Elizabeth; Kovacs, Olga; Rahn, Victoria; Recsetar, Rella (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-07-28)
    During the summer of 2005, students in the Languages for Business and Technology (LBAT) - Germany program studied for six weeks in German region of Bavaria and the city of Munich. Working in small groups with the assistance ...
  • PlanBlatt 

    Cothran, Bettina; Bass, Brandon; Brandl, Sylvia; Burhenn, William; Charles, Linnet; Cooper, Amanda; Crawford, Tyler; Dainer, Erin; Darnall, Elizabeth; Edwards, Cecile; Flegal, Valentine; Guhse Goethe, Annette; Hegeman, Daniel; Jackson, Justin; Kovacs, Olgi; Large, Cristina; Macmillan, Pierce; Musser, Andrew; Nagai, Yu; Rich, Laura; Rietmann, Max; Wickham, Brittany; Jahn, Victoria (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-07-28)
    During the summer of 2004, students in the Languages for Business and Technology (LBAT) - Germany program studied for six weeks in the German region of Bavaria and the city of Munich. The class worked in small groups and ...