More specifically, I don't mean "studying abroad" as in spending a semester touring Barcelona, Paris, Rome, etc. I mean actually attending an institution overseas.
I am looking into applying for the London School of Econ. summer school program (four-week session which concentrates on taking a class in a specific industry), as well as the Swiss Finance Academy (considered an internship (?) but looks to me as if it's just a program where you can enhance your knowledge).
Is this something that could give a couple extra brownie points or is that not really relevant?
If anyone could weigh in on this that would be fantastic.
Also, on a side note, I did do a study abroad program this past summer for a month (studied international accounting and international law in eight European cities), and was wondering where that information goes on a resume. Does it go at the top with education?