Destinations: Where will you go?
Our program augments academic knowledge of international business practices with cultural immersion in one of 9 countries. If you choose the year-long option, you will have the opportunity for a deeper immersion by completing the coursework and co-op in the host country’s language. If you choose an option that allows you to explore multiple locations, you can customize your time abroad. These immersive and life-changing experiences lead to truly rewarding social, cultural, and business connections.
Many of the BSIB partner destinations below offers the opportunity to take courses in both English and in the language of the host country. This flexibility allows students to determine the level of immersion they wish to experience. The intent of the BSIB program is to expose students to a culture with which they are not yet familiar; that’s why international student are encouraged to choose a destination other than their home country.
Our partner school, Fundação Getulio Vargas, is located in the heart of São Paulo, the third largest city in the world.
There are three BSIB partners in France to give students the choice of studying in urban or suburban settings.
Our partner school, the European School of Business, was founded in 1979 and is well-known for its top quality business and technical program.
The Business School at Dublin City University lies in historic Dublin, a bustling city that serves as Ireland’s business hub.
Study at the Facoltà di Economia in Piacenza, a small city southeast of Milan known for rich art and architecture.
Spend your expatriate year at Rikkyo University, located in the commercial Ikebukuro district of northeastern Tokyo.
Our partner, the Universidad de las Américas Puebla, is located in the colonial city of Cholula, minutes away from the commercial center of Puebla.
Study in the heart of Madrid, a city of more than four million inhabitants and the third most populous city in the European Union.
Lancaster University Management School, our partner, is everything you would expect of a top research-led business school.