The Summit is a simulation of the global economy. It is an effective learning experience for high school and university students on globalization, international relations and economics. At the Summit, student teams, representing the nations of today's complex world, compete for scarce resources, form strategic country alliances, debate global issues, invest in long term development projects, interact with global economic institutions, and seek to stabilize and advance the global economy.
SO HOW WOULD YOU IMPROVE THE WORLD ECONOMY?
This is the question posed to all students during the summit program, whether they are making alliances with other countries, trading resources, supporting or campaigning for a proposed solution to a global problem, or just simply marketing your country and it's culture. The next generation of global leaders is RIGHT HERE, making plans and decisions that will greatly impact the future of our world!
What people are saying about the International Economic Summit:
"The Summit helped me gain a new perspective on the world, a new global outlook." Alyssa Mitchell, United States
"This class has changed how I view the world." Dilly Mamatov, Exchange Student from Uzbekistan
"I can now see how economics and politics relate to my personal life." Fifi Zhong, Exchange Student from China
"This was not just another class. The Summit project is real world economics, globalization and free trade." Camille Ginkel, United States
"This program gave us the chance to actually apply what we have been learning all along in economics, government, history and geography." David Klingchurch, United States
"It was fun!" Emil Husaynov, Exchange Student from Russia
"Before the International Economic Summit, I had no interest in international economics. That has changed dramatically." Karalynn Jensen, United States
"The Summit is like real life... challenging, fun, competitive. Even though my team did not win, I'm sure we worked the hardest and learned the most." Sunny Nguyen, Exchange Student from Viet Nam
"I am leaving this class a more educated and well-rounded individual." Kimberly Frans, United States
"I learned lots of economics and how the world works." Ryosoke Asano, Exchange Student from Japan