Search the catalog of business-affiliated education abroad programs offered at the Broad College, covering a wide array of business subjects, academic terms, program types, regions and countries.
Accounting and Finance Topics in Zurich
Spend spring break in Zurich learning the nuances of accounting and finance practices in Europe. Students will have the opportunity to interact with senior executives at Deloitte and BNP Paribas and collaborate with peers at the University of St. Gallen, one of the top-ranked business schools in Switzerland. Program participants will also explore key historic and cultural sites in two of Europe’s leading cities for international business all while furthering their understanding of key concepts in the field.
Business Law, Ethics, and Sustainability in an Emerging Global Market
This program offers a unique opportunity to explore Greece and learn its deep history and richly diverse culture while earning academic credit. Activities include international site visits, cultural and business field trips, experiential learning activities, and multinational business content.
Business of the Olympics: Winter and Summer Olympic Venues Explored
Students will learn how individual businesses, government agencies, and public and private industries create and follow different business plans before the Olympics; during the Olympics; and after the Olympics to sustain profit.
This three-week program allows students to experience several locations in China. Activities will include visits to businesses, guest lectures by local business leaders, and historical and cultural excursions.
Grassroots Tools of Sustainable Development: Service Learning in Guatemala
This program provides an opportunity for participants to interact with recipients of SGDF loans in and around Antigua, Guatemala, and Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Applications from members of Spartan Global Development Fund (SGDF) receive preference for program admissions.
Managing People in a Global Market and the Business of Golf
This program focuses on managing people and operations in a global market. Students will be exposed to different employment relations models and begin to understand the impact of multinational corporations on the management of people and operations in complex organizations.
This program builds on the foundational components of MGT 411 to introduce basic elements of international staffing, expose students to challenges faced by Human Resource professionals working for multinational organizations, and broaden students’ career focus to include international assignments.
StartUp Nation: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Israel
Students will gain first-hand exposure to entrepreneurial initiatives and the startup nation culture in Israel, while also having the opportunity to visit such culturally significant sites as Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, and the Galil, as well as fun places as the Dead Sea.