A unique, participatory classroom experience and collaborative learning culture are just two of the many facets of your life as an Undergraduate Business student at UNC Kenan-Flagler. You’ll be encouraged to seize opportunities that will take you beyond the classroom, gaining experiences that will strengthen your idea of the purpose of your UNC education— and that will set you apart when you begin your career.
A variety of business-oriented student organizations give you the opportunity to explore your interests, network with likeminded students and take part in information, networking and career-exploration sessions with professionals and employers in specific fields.
Study abroad at a top university to gain a firsthand appreciation of global business and a new perspective on the world. A portfolio of over 40 business-focused, transformational global programs give you the chance to live and work abroad, gaining valuable insight into how business is done around the world. With so many programs to choose from, you are sure to find something that matches your personal, academic and career objectives.
Engage with our full-time and visiting international student populations who enrich the classroom experience with their diverse backgrounds and perspectives.
Students are Foreign Nationals
Foreign Exchange Students
Offering an exciting exchange of ideas among executives, students and faculty, the Undergraduate Business Symposium is our annual highlight for the entire School. During the symposium you meet upper-level executives from a variety of public and private organizations and gain exposure to critical real-world issues happening in business right now. Business students coordinate every aspect of the program.
Each year, the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise selects 10 to 20 sophomore students as Kenan Scholars. The students are recognized for their superior scholarship and genuine interest in learning how to put knowledge into action. Kenan Scholars connect with academic thought leaders, top business executives and leading policymakers to learn how to identify and provide sustainable solutions to contemporary complex issues.