Advancement and Development through Entrepreneurship Programs and Training (ADEPT)
Advancement and Development through Entrepreneurship Programs and Training (ADEPT) Global Development Alliance, is a public-private partnership funded by USAID with the IIB, in collaboration with major alliance partners Hewlett Packard (HP), the VinaCapital Foundation’s Lotus Impact fund, and Business for Social Responsibility (BSR).
Barbados JOBS Initiative
The Barbados JOBS Initiative (Job Opportunity for Business Start Up)—a partnership between the Institute for International Business and the Cave Hill School of Business (CHSB) at the University of the West Indies—will provide critical entrepreneurship training to the Barbados region, helping the area combat growing social and economic issues by increasing the skills needed to compete in a globalized market.
Building Entrepreneurship Excellence And Developing Economic Enterprises (BEEADEE)
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State under the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and in partnership with Bethlehem University (BU),Building Entrepreneurship Excellence And Developing Economic Enterprises (BEEADEE) is a three-year project with the goal to foster sustainable growth by enhancing the entrepreneurial environment in the West Bank. Through incubator development and various outreach and education initiatives, the program works to create entrepreneurial opportunities and relationships—with special attention to women and youth—by facilitating linkages and increasing access for entrepreneurs across a broad constituency.
Business Is Global: Summer Language Program
If you are a high school sophomore, junior, or senior interested in experiencing the intersection of business, language, and culture— the Business Is Global program is for you.
IU Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)
At the IU CIBER, housed at the Kelley School of Business's Institute for International Business, we leverage the institutional strengths of Indiana University and the Kelley School of Business to offer programs for business professionals, faculty, and students to enhance their understanding of the global marketplace and strengthen their foreign language skills.
Global Women's Economic Empowerment Initiative
The Global Women's Economic Empowerment Initiative (GWEE)—a partnership with the Asia Pacific World Economic Council (APEC), the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), and the IIB—teaches women entrepreneurs in developing countries how to start and sustain their own micro-ventures.
Global Business Institute
The Global Business Institute is a collaboration with the U.S. Department of State and the Coca-Cola Export Corporation of Dubai. This multifaceted, immersive program was designed to give a select group of students from across participating countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Near Asia the opportunity to learn about business in the context of American culture. The selection process was highly competitive with over 7,000 students from Afghanistan, Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, and Tunisia applying for the 100 program spots.
Global Social Entrepreneurship Institute
The Global Social Entrepreneurship Institute is a multifaceted, immersive program designed to give selected students the opportunity to learn about and gain practical experience with social entrepreneurship and basic business skills as well as an introduction to American business practices in the context of American culture.
Visiting Scholar Program
The Institute for International Business welcomes scholars from around the world to participate in the exchange of ideas, research, and faculty collaboration at Indiana University's Bloomington Campus through our Visiting Scholar Program.
The H. B Wells-M. O. Ghani Fellowship
The H. B Wells-M. O. Ghani Fellowship honors the pivotal role played by the Indiana University School of Business (now the Kelley School) toward the establishment of the Institute of Business Administration in 1966 at Dhaka University. It also celebrates the contributions and personal friendship of then Chancellor Herman B Wells and Dr. M. Osman Ghani and their resulting impact on business education in Bangladesh.
Youth Entrepreneurship Livelihood Program (YELP)
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, the Youth Entrepreneurship Livelihood Program (YELP) is a two-part consulting program that provides significant education and business support to high-potential entrepreneurs in the West Bank, Palestine.