Graduate students in the Lindner College of Business have the opportunity to enhance their education through international seminars in several study abroad opportunities.
International seminars offer an essential perspective of competences needed to do business in a particular region of the world, along with historical and cultural influences affecting business relationships.
Students learn first-hand through lectures and discussion with leading academic and professional experts, company visits and cultural sightseeing. All programs are coordinated by our partner universities in the region. Programs are delivered in English.
Role of Lindner College of Business
The International Programs office facilitates your travel experience. We book hotels, arrange in-country group transportation to program visits, host a welcome dinner and provide pre-departure orientation and information. Lindner faculty accompany all programs overseas. Our goal is to make your travel experience as positive and safe as possible.
About the graduate program
- Academic prerequisite: 12 hours of graduate coursework required
- Academic credit: This two-credit hour course can meet the capstone requirement, international requirement or serve as a free elective.
Study Abroad Application
- Do a "simple search", in the program name field type MBA to find your specific program.