Master of Business Administration

Study Abroad

The Clemson MBA program offers numerous opportunities for students to learn about and approach business from a global perspective by participating in international studies.

Fall Break in Europe 2013: London, Paris, Brussels

The program is open to 20 Clemson University graduate students. The group will travel with Judson Jahn, Jim Irving and Carl Hollingsworth from the Clemson University School of Accountancy and Finance. The Application Deadline is August 1, 2013 (or until full).

China

China

Asia in general and China in particular are poised to become the business powerhouses of the 21st century. Learn about Chinese culture and how it influences their business practices through books and research as well as a visit to C

hina with a cohort of Clemson students and faculty. During this two-week Maymester course, “Doing Business in China,” you will immerse yourself in Chinese business and culture by visiting companies, meeting with commerce officials and touring major historical sites (Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, temples, tombs, museums). The trip includes overnight stays in major centers of commerce (Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai).

France

As part of the dual degree MBA/MIB program, students have the opportunity to live and study for one year in Paris, France, at the IESEG School of Management. Throughout the program, students are immersed in exciting learning and business cultures, which prepares them for global careers upon graduation. Further, students are provided the opportunity to build social and business networks in both locations, enhancing their business reach and leadership potential. Learn more about the dual degree program here.

Italy

Italy

Experience Europe and western Asia during one of two four-week summer sessions held in historic Asolo, Italy — a scenic town in the foothills of the Italian Alps. You will take two classes, taught in English, with MBA students from other United States universities. During the long weekends, students expand their cultural horizons by traveling throughout Europe and western Asia. Students finish the course with a unique perspective and understanding of international finance, marketing, economics and management — from both a European and American perspective — giving them the competitive edge in the global marketplace.