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Globally focused with intercultural learning.

In order to succeed in business, the Broad MBA believes connections and understanding from various countries and cultures are key. By leveraging your experience and education, the Full-Time MBA Program can help you become the next business leader.

Program Opportunities and Support

Multicultural MBA  |  Career Support & Recruitment  |  Programmatic Leadership Support

Full-Time MBA Program International Admissions Process

Admission to the Full-Time MBA Program considers academic factors, non-academic factors, and recommendations.

Contact Us!

As international business professionals interested in pursuing an MBA, we understand that there are many factors that influence your decision of where to attend business school. One critical factor in your search could be fit within a program’s culture. By contacting current students, you can get first-hand answers to your questions! These students were recently in your shoes and would be glad to discuss your options and their experiences at Broad.

Sanchir-Erdene Baatarzorig

  • MBA - Supply Chain Management
    Class of 2021

baatarzo@msu.edu

Home Country: Mongolia
Fulbright Scholar

 

Fangfang Wang

  • MBA - Supply Chain Management
    Class of 2021

wangfa17@msu.edu

Home Country: China

Umang Wadhwa

  • MBA - Supply Chain Management
    Class fo 2021

wadhwaum@msu.edu

Home Country: India

MBA Multicultural Association

The Multicultural MBA association is dedicated to fostering a community among ethnically diverse students within the Full-Time MBA Program. One of the major factors of choosing an MBA is to gain a global perspective, interact with people from different backgrounds, and enhance cultural exchange. The Multicultural MBA Association helps students form this bond.

The Multicultural MBA Association’s goal is to help members navigate the MBA journey. There are several annual association events aimed at preparing members for upcoming courses, job fairs/conferences, interviews, and the challenges of being an MBA candidate.

Office of International Students and Scholars

The office for international students and scholars (OISS) provides support to Michigan State University’s international students, scholars, and families. Student support services include:

  • Advising on and facilitating compliance with U.S. immigration regulations.
  • Serving as a liasion with U.S. government agencies, foreign embassies, sponsors, and educational foundations that support international students and scholars.
  • Conducting special programming that help international students and scholars integrate into and adjust to the academic, cultural, and social life at MSU.
  • Contribute to Internationalization and providing opportunities for growth through cross-cultural interactions.

For more information, please visit the OISS website and contact our program office at mba@msu.edu.