UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Shaping Leaders, Driving Results

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School


An array of education and research programs advance four key global competencies in our students, faculty and staff.  

Global Attitude and Global Skills

Global Education Day – Benefit from a day of cross-cultural simulations and interactive sessions with intercultural experts and business leaders to build your global competency for a successful career.

Culture Savvy Workshops—Improve your cross-cultural communication, learn how to effectively collaborate in diverse teams and enhance your ability to adapt to a variety of contexts through simulations, interactive exercises and group coaching by experienced cross-cultural trainers.

Global Learning Labs—Investigate, experiment and reflect on your cross-cultural attitudes and skills in   these interactive sessions that provide feedback in a fun and safe environment.

Guided Reflection—Participate in a variety of written exercises and online interactions with an experienced facilitator to gain insights into your strengths and challenges when engaging in cross-cultural encounters.

Student Leadership—Join the Global Business Center team to advance your global competency and help implement key Global Education Initiative programs.


Global Knowledge

Country & Culture Briefings (online)—Understand global economies, history, politics, and culture for business contexts as presented by country experts.


Global Business Practices

Emerging Markets Conference—Join industry and academic leaders to learn about issues and engagement in emerging markets in this annual event for students and corporate partners.

Global Case Workshop—Practice your global competencies in this mini case workshop devoted to solving a real global challenge presented by company representatives.

Webinars—Gain insights into best Business Practices or cutting-edge research from renowned industry experts and UNC Kenan-Flagler faculty.

Funding Opportunities for faculty and students—Get funding to globalize the curriculum, pursue global business research, or organize global student-led activities.