Why Study Overseas?
American business firms seek university graduates who have gained not only communications, analytical, and technical skills , but also global literacy – an understanding of how the world works economically and politically and the ability to communicate and do business across cultures. International business knowledge, multi-cultural understanding, and language skills are central elements of global literacy. The Center for International Business Studies facilitates various international programs to assist Mays Business School students achieve global literacy.
- Faculty-Led Winter (2-weeks)
- Faculty-Led Summer (4-5 weeks)
- Semester Exchange Programs – Fall or Spring
- International Field Trips – Maymester (2-weeks) or June (2-weeks)
- Other Opportunities – TAMU & Non-TAMU Programs, Internships, Volunteering or Conferences
“This has been an experience of a lifetime. I would highly recommend studying abroad to anyone who has the opportunity to go. It has changed my life in so many different ways. I am much more independent, traveled, and cultured as a result of the fantastic experience. I wouldn’t trade it for anything.”
-Philip ’14 Finance, Spring 2013 Mays Reciprocal Exchange in Spain