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Business is global, and a global perspective is required for success in today's economy. That's why the College of Business partners with several universities around the world to enhance the international experience of students and faculty.

Undergraduate Students

Study in Italy

The International Summer Program in Management, Italy is a five-week long program of classes, company visits and travel. Students work together on projects with students from University of Padua, Italy and all over the world.

Study in Taiwan

Students who take Intro to Operations Management (OM300) in the Winter semester have the option to join a one-week faculty-led trip to Taiwan during UM-Dearborn's Spring Break. Students will have the opportunity to visit to several major corporations and participate in cultural events to experience the rich culture and diversity in Taiwan.

Graduate Students

Study abroad in Singapore on a week-long joint study tour with MBA students from the CUOA Business School in Vicenza, Italy, a College of Business partner. This combined group will spend a week filled with workshops and visits to companies, universities, start-ups, incubators, and research centers throughout Singapore, which is one of the most economically competitive countries in the world. Program dates are May 31-June 6, 2020, and the workshops will enrich your perspective on international business.

Study abroad at CUOA Business School in Vincenza, Italy. This program offers four graduate-level business courses to current COB graduate students, recent BBA and master's graduates, and others from around the world. This is a two-and-a-half week program of seminars, company visits, and travel. Program dates are July 6-23, 2020, and academic credit may be possible, depending on your degree program.

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