Study Abroad Opportunities for MBA Students
MBA students have the opportunity to earn three credit hours in the heart of the European Union. The program is headquartered in Bonn, Germany, which is within easy reach of major European capitals and corporate headquarters. The program provides participants with a unique opportunity to experience the ongoing transformation of Europe and the myriad ways in which this continental unification is developing.
For more than 30 years, the MBA Program at LMU has provided students with a unique opportunity to participate in an outstanding study of global business through its Comparative Management Systems (CMS) Program.
Study Abroad Opportunities for Undergraduates
Summer 2013 Study in Spain (June 2 - 30, 2013)
The Summer Barcelona International Business Program is designed to integrate a rigorous international business curriculum with the benefits of the rich and vibrant cultural setting of Catalonia. While Barcelona is the home base, students also participate on a two-night excursion to Madrid. Featured in the program are several site visits to local businesses where students will gain firsthand knowledge to complement their classroom learning. Students will also engage in a series of cultural activities meant to acquaint them with the social and cultural setting of Barcelona and surrounding towns.
INBA 2998: Exploring Asian Culture (May 14 - 29, 2013)
Each year, the Center for Asian Business coordinates the INBA 2998 International Business Studies: Exploring Asian Culture. It is an introduction to the culture and history of East Asia for understanding today’s Asian business world.
Scholarships for Summer Study in Korea
The Center for Asian Business is pleased to offer multiple summer scholarships to visit the amazing Asian country of South Korea. All LMU second and third year students who have not previously visited Korea should consider this opportunity to learn about an ancient Asian culture and how it has become the world's 10th largest economy. Recipients will be living with host families and visiting important cultural sites as well as meeting Korean students, professors and business leaders. Sogang University, LMU's sister Jesuit university in Seoul, will coordinate the activities of our scholarship students.