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Center for International Business Education

The LMU Center for International Business Education (CIBE), funded by the U.S. Department of Education, supports programs, instruction and research on issues of importance to U.S. trade and competitiveness. LMU CIBE emphasizes transformative education in the areas of cybersecurity; global sustainability and business ethics; global talent development and foreign business language education; innovative global marketing; and international entrepreneurship.

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Amanda Meegan
Amanda Meegan '21 also completed an internship in Global Investments at the California Governor’s Office.
The program hosted nearly 30 participants and explored the theme, “How Korean Companies Pivoted During the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
Impact by the Numbers: 2018-2021
The LMU Center for International Business Education has generated enormous impact over the past three years. Check out some of our impressive numbers.
2,790
Number of students who participated in international programs
536
Number of students who participated in international business internships and/or fieldwork
675
Number of students enrolled in foreign business and advanced language courses
5,903
Number of students who attended co-curricular international business lectures and events
7,890
Number of faculty supported for research, curriculum development and professional development
97
Number of MSI/CC faculty scholarships awarded
5,172
Number of participants from the business community who have attended our conferences and seminars