UNDERGRADUATE GLOBAL PROGRAMS

Available exclusively to Undergraduate Business Program students, Kenan-Flagler study abroad programs give you the overseas experience you want, with the valuable edge of a business focus. Transform the way you see the world, global business and yourself. Practice essential business competencies, expand your knowledge of how business is done around the world and gain the skills to lead across cultures. Find the right match for your personal, academic and career objectives in our portfolio of over 40 programs in over 20 countries.

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GLOBE

Cross three continents over 18 months in this immersive program from three top business schools.

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Global Immersion Electives

Gain an understanding—in just a week or two—of the factors that shape business in a developing region.

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International internship

International Internships

Gain workplace skills and experience firsthand how business gets done in another country.

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Semester Programs

Exciting destinations, fascinating cultures, lively student experiences—and a focus on business.

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Summer Programs

Spend two to six transformative weeks learning how business gets done across countries and cultures.

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Eligibility

Review the Global Programs Prerequisite Policy Flowchart (PDF) to determine your eligibility.

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Program Opportunities

Program Name City Country
Corvinus University Budapest Hungary
University College Dublin Lochlann Dublin Ireland
Copenhagen Business School Copenhagen Denmark
University of New South Wales Sydney Australia
Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong China
Peking University Guanghua School of Management Beijing China
University of Economics Prague Czech Republic
Aalto University School of Business Helsinki Finland
BBA-ESSEC Cergy France
WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Vallendar Germany
Netherlands: Rotterdam School of Management Rotterdam Netherlands
Bocconi University Milan Italy
Maastricht U., Ctr for European St. Maastricht Netherlands
New Zealand: University of Otago Otago New Zealand
Singapore: Natl U. of Singapore Business School Singapore Singapore
South Korea: Korea University Business School Seoul South Korea
Thailand: Thammasat Business School Bangkok Thailand
Spain: ESADE Barcelona Spain
Spain: ICADE Madrid Spain
Spain: IE University Madrid Spain
Spain: University of Navarra Pamplona Spain
Thailand: Chulalongkorn Business School Bangkok Thailand
United Kingdom: Alliance Manchester Bus. School Manchester United Kingdom
University College Dublin Dublin Ireland
London London United Kingdom
Madrid Madrid Spain
Prague Prague Czech Republic
Hong Kong Hong Kong China
Singapore Singapore
Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong China
CES Maastricht Maastricht Netherlands
Copenhagen Business School Copenhagen Denmark
Peking University Guanghua School of Management Beijing China
WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Vallendar Germany
London School of Economics London United Kingdom
University College Dublin Dublin Ireland
Budapest & Prague Budapest & Prague Hungary, Czech Republic
Cape Town Cape Town South Africa
Cape Town & Johannesburg Cape Town & Johannesburg South Africa
Indonesia and Singapore Jakarta Indonesia
Chile Santiago Chile
Dubai and Abu Dhabi Dubai & Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

"If there was one skill I enhanced through my experience studying abroad, it’s resourcefulness. When you are in the United States, it can be easy to forget the extent you come to rely on long-standing relationships and cultural fluency in order to navigate challenging life situations. But when you are abroad, things can come at you at 1,000 miles an hour and you have to be able to adjust quickly. Next month, I will start my new post-graduation job at Ernst & Young doing management consulting. I’ll be moving to a new place, doing something entirely foreign to me. Luckily, I have the confidence that if I can parachute into a foreign country, assimilate for six months and thrive, then I can handle whatever EY throws at me."