Full-Time MBA students gain valuable international experience through semester exchange programs, summer study abroad, or an international business certificate program. These experiences immerse students in a new culture to provide a global career perspective.
Semester Exchange Program
Mays Business School offers semester exchange programs at 18 business schools in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Students may extend their program by one semester to study at a partner university and earn 9-12 credit hours during this program. Scholarships may offset some tuition, fees, and additional costs. Additional information about semester exchange programs is available from the Center for International Business Studies.
Summer Study Abroad Program
Four partnership schools offer unique summer study opportunities:
- Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
- EDHEC, Nice and Lille, France
- Peking University Guanghua School of Management, Beijing, China
- WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Vallendar, Germany
Students earn from 3-12 credit hours during the summer semester. Scholarships may offset some tuition, fees, and additional costs. Additional information about semester exchange programs is available from the Center for International Business Studies.
International Business Certificate
MBA students who want to pursue an international business certificate delve into international business and culture while gaining the skills and knowledge necessary to work for a global organization. Participants take an international elective during Term 5 and 12 credit hours of international business coursework during a semester exchange program or summer study abroad. Scholarships are available to defray some of the costs. Additional information about this certificate program is available from the student’s MBA Academic Advisor.