Spend a semester exploring the countless opportunities to step out the ordinary and into the fantastic lifestyle of Norway known for its scenery, folklore about trolls, and tales about Vikings from long ago while studying at the largest business school in Norway and the second largest in all of Europe.
Spend a semester in the dynamic and growing city of Kuala Lumpur while choosing from a variety of business courses that complement and enhance the Broad College curriculum. Monash University Malaysia offers particular strengths in Asian business strategy, capital market behavior, and Islamic economic development.
Business Studies at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra allows Broad students to spend a semester in the heart of Barcelona studying business, economics, and Spanish at one of the world’s leading business schools.
Specially-designed program for Broad business students enrolled in the Honors College to participate in a unique program that provides them access to earn two H”s in that single semester. In addition to accessing signature units to count towards your Honors College requirements, this program will allow students to participate in co-curricular activities from the Monash Intercultural Lab as well as leadership development opportunities during the semester.
Spend a semester exploring one of Sydney’s most beautiful locations overlooking Manly Beach and Sydney Harbor while taking the comprehensive academic and social programs including hospitality management, event management, international tourism, property management, and sport management, and international business.
The program is in English and includes a wide choice of courses. Tel Aviv University, the largest university in Israel, is situated only a short distance from the magnificent Mediterranean coast and in Israel’s cultural, financial and industrial heartland.
Explore the New Zealand society and educational system while studying on a campus that is spread out on 166 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with extensive sporting and recreational areas surrounding three ornamental lakes.