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