Short-Term Global Experiences

Gain an in-depth understanding of an international business topic by actively engaging in company visits, cultural activities, and interactive lectures with business scholars and professionals currently working in the field.

Although short-term programming is on hold for the 2020-21 academic year, below are examples of previous global opportunities for students.

When
Two weeks in May
Where
Tel Aviv, Israel
Credits
3 credits – BUSABRD 520
Eligibility
MBA students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Israel

Tel Aviv, Israel
When
Winter semester course with fieldwork abroad over spring break
Where
London, UK
Credits
3 credits
Eligibility
U-M undergraduate and graduate students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

Global FinTech Projects in London

London, UK
When
Winter semester coursework with fieldwork abroad during spring break
Where
Various low and middle income countries
Credits
3 credits
Eligibility
MBA students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

Health Care Delivery in Emerging Markets

India, Kenya, Rwanda, and Sri Lanka
When
Winter semester course with fieldwork abroad during spring break
Where
Milan, Italy
Credits
3 Credits
Eligibility
Third-, and fourth-year undergraduate students of all majors, and Ross one-year Master’s programs students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

History, Culture, and Management of Luxury in Italy

Milan, Italy
When
Two weeks in May
Where
Koblenz, Germany
Credits
3 credits
Eligibility
MBA students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

Special Topics at the European MBA Summer Institute in Germany

Koblenz, Germany
When
Two weeks in May
Where
Beijing, China
Credits
3 credits
Eligibility
MBA students
Short-term and Summer Global Experiences

Understanding Business in China

Beijing, China