Compare the programs below based on their features including the program terms, your student status, the language of instruction, home stay option, exchange, and internship opportunities.

A comprehensive list of business study abroad programs offered by International Programs is available below. When you click on a specific program, you will be taken to the program-specific web page, which will provide detailed information.

After reviewing a program-specific web page below, be sure to check the International Programs website to review policies and procedures for studying abroad through the Wisconsin School of Business.

Other International Opportunities

Global Experience in Supply Chain Management 

The spring 2020 study abroad program will focus primarily on the automotive industry in Germany.  Students will explore the industrial cluster of manufacturers, suppliers, logistics providers, and universities that have emerged in the former East Germany and Western Europe, which today designs and produces many of the most respected automobile brands in the world. This course and study abroad program is limited to Wisconsin BBA students enrolled in the certificate in supply chain management.

Study Abroad at UW-Madison

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.

International Business majors must choose a study abroad program that aligns with their region of emphasis. Please consult The Guide for a comprehensive list of study abroad programs that satisfy this degree requirement by region. Some programs may be administered by International Academic Programs (IAP) and list IAP as the office through which you would apply and receive advising.

The International Internship Program office specializes in supporting students pursuing internships overseas.