Stern has long recognized the importance of understanding and competing in a global business environment. To enhance the quality and the opportunity for students to acquire international exposure and training, MBA International Programs offers a variety of international program options. Together, these programs provide international study and career development opportunities to Stern MBA students throughout the course of their program.
The Stern MBA Program offers three international opportunities for students:
The MBA International Programs outgoing international exchange provides Stern students the opportunity to enroll in one semester of full time study at one of many graduate business programs around the world. Study Abroad gives students the unique opportunity to diversify their business knowledge while immersing themselves in a different culture. In addition to Fall or Spring semester exchange, we offer short-term summer programs.
MBA International Programs oversees one week (1.5 credit) and two week (3 credit) intensive courses abroad scheduled in January, Spring Break and May, "Doing Business in..." (DBi). These courses create an opportunity for full-time and part-time students to study abroad for less time than Stern's full semester exchange.
Each course is unique and focuses on how business is conducted in a specific country and/or region. DBi courses cover the opportunities, challenges and issues businesses face and address such disciplines as management, finance, marketing, and economics.
Stern’s international partner schools design and deliver the courses, which leverages their local expertise and relationships. Approximately 20 - 40 students may enroll in each course, depending on the sponsoring school. Please check the course syllabus for specific course details.
NYU Stern and HEC School of Management (Jouy-en-Josas, France) have partnered to offer a dual degree MBA program. Students enrolled in either HEC or NYU may elect to spend their second year at the partner school. Core requirements are fulfilled at each school in the first year. Electives are fulfilled at partner school in the second year. Please refer to the Dual Degree page for more information.
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