A comprehensive list of business study abroad programs offered by International Programs is available here. When you click on a specific program, you will be taken to the program-specific webpage, which will provide detailed information. Return to the International Programs website to review policies and procedures for studying abroad through the Wisconsin School of Business.
Middle East Institute Conference
Every fall, the Wisconsin School of Business chooses up to three undergraduates to attend the Middle East Institute annual conference in Washington, D.C., with funding from the Donald C. Leidel International Business Scholarship Fund. Students from any major across campus can apply. More details of the program can be found on the Middle East Institute Conference webpage.
Cuba Seminar & Field Study
This seminar/trip will take place during the spring 2016 semester. Students will complete a 3-credit course, MHR/IB365, during the spring semester, which includes a 9-day field study in Cuba from March 16-26, 2016. The seminar and field study will be taught and led by Professor Randall B. Dunham, Keenan A. Bennett Chair of Management.
In addition to International Programs, there are other international offices across campus that can help you plan an international experience. These other offices have programs with focuses outside of business, such as: liberal studies, language learning, engineering, or life sciences.
The International Internship Program office specializes in supporting students pursuing internships overseas.