International business education immersion in Europe, Asia and North America
Leverage the strengths of three of the world’s best business schools as a cross-cultural cohort in an integrated, immersive 18-month curriculum spanning three continents. As a GLOBE® scholar you’ll gain firsthand exposure to foreign business operations and culture, and acquire the knowledge, experience and skills you need for a successful career in business administration and leadership.
Collaborate with a cohort of 54 ambitious students from UNC, Hong Kong and Denmark. Build an international network you can rely on in years to come.
Engage in academic and co-curricular cross-cultural teamwork in and outside of the classroom each semester. Past activities have included Outward Bound excursions to the mountains of N.C., company visits with GLOBE alumni working in Hong Kong, and Capstone studies with startup clients in Portugal.
Expert faculty at each school will give you the inside track on how business gets done in their part of the world.
Each of the three GLOBE® institutions brings its own strengths and expertise to the curriculum. The program is designed to encourage exposure to a range of cultures and approaches, delivering an authentic global business experience on three continents.
Founded in 1963, the Chinese University of Hong Kong is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in Asia and the world. The Faculty of Business Administration teaches many of the brightest students in Hong Kong and China and provides students a rigorous, global education to meet the challenges of today.
Copenhagen Business School has offered an intensive, individualized business education since its founding in 1917. Consistently ranked among the top European Business Schools by the Financial Times, CBS focuses on innovation and developing independent thinking and research skills in students.
UNC Kenan-Flagler celebrates the Class of 2022 — the next generation of leaders is ready to make the world a better place.
GLOBE students from UNC learn with classmates from Copenhagen and Hong Kong – even in a pandemic.