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Graduate Students

The College of Business offers the following study abroad opportunities for graduate student.

The courses available for graduate students will be listed on the "Courses" section at any given program under "Graduate" course articulations

CBAbroad will continue to add new programs to this list as they become available.

Graduate student need to attend one of the mandatory College of Business Study Abroad Workshops that CBAbroad offers every semester before they can get individual study abroad advising.

Programs Available for Graduate Students

Semester Programs

  1. Australia

  2. Asia

  3. France

  4. Germany

  5. Norway

  6. Sweden

Short-term Programs

  1. Heidelberg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  2. University of Mannheim Summer program
  3. Sun Yat-Sen University (SYSU). China
  4. Vienna University of Economics and Business
  5. Some Faculty-Led Programs

 

Other International Programs

Please note that graduate students can also participate in other international programs that the College of Business offer. These programs are NOT associated with the study abroad programs at the College of Business. Therefore, if you would like to receive additional information for these programs, you need to contact the coordinator directly.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to study abroad for Graduate Students?

  • The best time for graduate students to study abroad is during their second or third semester of their graduate program.
  • The worst time to study abroad is during your last semester when you have only four or five courses left to take. We cannot guarantee that the courses that you need would be offered in any given semester and this can set back your graduation date.

Which type of courses are the best courses to take while abroad?

The best courses to take while you are abroad are the courses that offer you the most flexibility of choices.

Electives and Specialization:

Elective and specialization courses in the major are a good choice since they offer the greatest flexibility.

Why are courses listed on the Course Substitution list if they are not always offered every semester?

Each one of our partner universities reserves the right to change their course offering as it fits their particular needs. The majority of the time we do not know that certain courses are not going to be offered until the student arrives to her or his host institution and s/he has to choose some other options.

If this happens to you

Immediately, as soon as you find out, you must find a course that is the same in content and submit a course syllabus back to us for the Chair of your department to approve another course offering to fulfill the requirement that you need. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that the course will be approved.

That is the reason that you should have a plan B and have some other options to take abroad if plan A does not work.