You have a place in the world. Now it’s time to
Whether you plan on working in the United States or overseas after you graduate, understanding business on a global scale is an essential component of your education as a Kelley student.
Your course work focuses on the major economic, social, political, and technological trends and conditions influencing the development of the global economy. But it's speaking with local entrepreneurs in Ghana, visiting a pistachio farm and facility in Greece, or having tea and talking business with executives in India that will expose you to the real-life pulse of business today.
100 overseas programs. 37 countries.
IU Bloomington ranks in the top among research universities in the number of students who study abroad each year, offering more than 100 study abroad programs.
Because of Kelley’s ongoing collaboration with the Office of Overseas Study, more than 30 of those programs allow you to earn Kelley credit, and all are available for you.
How to apply
Typically, you’ll start weighing your study abroad options in your sophomore year, ready to travel in the spring semester of your junior year, after you’ve completed:
Three ways you can see the world
Your path at Kelley is uniquely yours, with multiple ways to earn credit and customize your international experience to fit your academic and career calendar.