Global education creates global professionals. Study abroad with the Morris Graduate School of Management gives students international contexts for experiential learning.
Graduate international education centers on independent study. Students complete projects aligned with their academic plans. They explore themes like diversity and leadership from a multinational perspective. While abroad, students research differences in business culture and social context affecting managerial decision-making. Back on campus, they present their findings to faculty and peers.
Study abroad integrates with graduate students' degree programs and supports their career plans.
The experience hones students' skills in . . .
- cross-cultural communication,
- comparative analysis, and
It challenges them to be . . .
- open-minded, and
Global education expands students' worldview. Since employers value such qualifications, faculty leaders work with students to translate international learning into résumé bullet points and interview talking points.
We invite you to "internationalize" your graduate education-and your resume-with us.