The Institute for International Business expands the ways people think about themselves in the world and how they interact with others from around the world. Through our field work and programs, we bring people and organizations together to create economic opportunities for individuals and communities.
Learn more about the deep and multifaceted US–Australia economic relationship
This study sponsored by Indiana University, The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, and the American Australian Business Council provides detailed information about the investments and business relationships between the United States and Australia.
You get introduced to three different cultures. You get to learn the basics in business. You get to meet all these amazing professors. And you get to experience IU.
Ashton, High School Student
Global Business Institute
Teaching Business to Students from Countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Near AsiaLearn More
You have this basic idea, like a dream. Then you start taking accounting classes, marketing classes and finance classes, all of it. You see your idea grow in front of you and become something.
Tasnim Ahmed, Egypt
The business idea competition is an opportunity for the MBA students at the Yangon Institute of Economics in Myanmar. Rather than just learning about business is to start thinking about doing.
Pete Silvester, Co-founder, Project Hub