Graduate

 

Study Abroad

Graduate students in the University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business have the opportunity to enhance their education through study abroad programs in multiple international locations.

These international programs provide students with a new perspective regarding conducting business internationally and a deeper understanding of the various historical and cultural influences that affect business relationships in specific regions of the world.

Students learn first-hand through lectures and discussions with leading academic and professional experts, company visits and cultural sightseeing. All programs are coordinated by our partner universities in the region.

All programs are conducted in English.

 

Programs

 

 

  • China

Course: INTB 8001, Two credit hours

Semester: Fall 2017

Explore China’s economy through a hands-on case highlighting the challenges of doing business in Asia

Travel to China:  December 2017

 

Managing Risk in a Complex Market

Course: INTB 8005, Two credit hours

Program Term: Spring 2018

Travel to Paris and Bordeaux, France: March, 2018

Description: Focus on the complexities of managing risk and cultural values using the case study of the unique wine market in Bordeaux, France

This program is only open to part-time MBA students

 

  • Chile

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Course: INTB 70XX, Two credit hours

Program Term: Spring 2018

Travel to Santiago, Chile: March 2018

Description: Engage with Chile’s thriving start-up culture to explore how innovation drives an economy with partner Universidad del Desarrollo

 

 

 

Natural Resource Management and Policy

Graduate Summer School

Course: MLTI 7000, One Credit hour

Program Term: Summer 2018

Study Natural Resource Management and Policy in a two-week course at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics

 

 

Managing Risk in a Complex Market

Course: INTB 8005, Two credit hours

Program Term: Spring 2018

Travel to Paris and Bordeaux, France: March, 2018

Description: Focus on the complexities of managing risk and cultural values using the case study of the unique wine market in Bordeaux, France

 

  • Chile

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Course: INTB 70XX, Two credit hours

Program Term: Spring 2018

Travel to Santiago, Chile: March 2018

Description: Engage with Chile’s thriving start-up culture to explore how innovation drives an economy with partner Universidad del Desarrollo

 

 

 

Role of the Lindner College of Business

The International Programs office within the UC Lindner College of Business facilitates your travel experience. We book your 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.

 

Academics

  • Prerequisites: 12 hours of graduate coursework is required
  • Credits: These two-credit hour courses can meet capstone requirements, international requirements or serve as free electives.

 

Study Abroad Application Process

  • Click on studyabroad.uc.edu 
  • Do a "simple search" in the program name field. Type "MBA" (or alternative) to find your specific program.