The Kelley School of Business partners with universities and third-party providers around the world to enable you to spend a semester abroad. Immerse yourself in a global academic journey, become an internationally minded professional, develop your communication and team-building skills, and earn business credit toward your Kelley degree.
The following Kelley semester programs require successful completion of I-Core and ECON-E 202 (Macroeconomics):
Bangkok, Thailand: Chulalongkorn Business School Exchange
Barcelona, Spain: IES [Prereq: Completed HISP-S 100, HISP-S 105, HISP-S 150, HISP-S 200, or HISP-S 250 OR Scored 229-930 on Spanish Placement Exam]
Barcelona, Spain: CIEE [Prereq: Completed HISP-S 250 OR Scored 703-1000 on Spanish Placement Exam]
Barcelona, Spain: ESADE at Ramon Llull University Exchange [Prereq: Completed HISP-S 250 OR Scored 703-1000 on Spanish Placement Exam]
Berlin, Germany: CIEE Open Campus KSB
Buenos Aires, Argentina: CIEE Open Campus KSB
Budapest, Hungary: Corvinus Business School
Cape Town, South Africa: CIEE
Copenhagen, Denmark: DIS
Copenhagen, Denmark: Copenhagen Business School Exchange
Dublin, Ireland: University College Dublin
Glasgow, Scotland: University of Strathclyde Business School Exchange
Hong Kong, China: City University of Hong Kong (CityU) Exchange
Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Exchange
London, England: IES
Maastricht, Netherlands: CES at University of Maastricht
Madrid, Spain: CIEE Open Campus KSB
Mannheim, Germany: University of Mannheim Business School Exchange
Milan, Italy: IES
Milan, Italy: Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi Exchange
Nice, France: IES
Paris, France: IESEG School of Management Exchange
Rome, Italy: CIEE Open Campus KSB
Rouen, France: NEOMA Business School Exchange [Prereq: Completed FRIT-F 200 OR Scored 44 or higher on the French Placement Exam]
Seoul, South Korea: Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) Exchange
Seville, Spain: CIEE [Prereq: Completed HISP-S 280 OR Scored 931-1000 on the Spanish Placement Exam]
Shanghai, China: CIEE
Singapore: National University of Singapore Exchange
Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney
Vallendar, Germany: WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management Exchange
Vienna, Austria: IES
Summer study abroad programs are perfect for students who keep robust spring and fall semester academic calendars. They are six to eight weeks long, so you don’t have to commit to a whole semester away. Many experiences even incorporate international internship opportunities.
The internship programs are open to admitted Kelley students who are in their fourth full-time semester of college. They do NOT require I-Core and ECON-E 202 prior to participation.
Barcelona, Spain Internship: IES
Beijing, China Internship: CRCC
Copenhagen, Denmark: DIS
Dublin, Ireland Internship: University College Dublin
Hong Kong, Internship: GAV
London, England Internship: IES
London, England: London School of Economics (LSE)
Maastricht, Netherlands: CES (Prereq: I-Core and ECON-E 202)
Milan, Italy Internship: IES
Paris, France Internship: IES
Santiago, Chile Internship: IES
Seville, Spain Internship: CIEE
Shanghai, China Internship: CIEE
Singapore Internship: CIEE
Sydney, Australia Internship: IES
Sydney, Australia Internship: GAV
Kelley Institute for Social Impact Summer International Internships*
Not sure if you have the time to go abroad for a whole summer or semester? Kelley's short-term study abroad options offer international components that last three weeks or less.
Global Business Immersion
This set of eight-week course options provides an opportunity to dig deeper into country analysis from a business perspective. These courses capitalize on the diversity and expertise of Kelley faculty from all departments. After eight weeks in the classroom, students travel as a group to the country or region emphasized in the course for a seven to nine day study tour. In that country, they participate in relevant site visits while completing the academic parts of the course.
Sales for Social Impact: Costa Rica
Sales for Social Impact (BUS-M 360) is a three credit hour course which includes an on-site project over Spring Break (March 14-22, 2020) The course is multidisciplinary, for students from all majors, and is focused on collaboration to develop sustainable solutions and business models for challenging global social issues, with support from 3M Corporation. In addition to exploring the new entrepreneurial environment of the country, students will serve as consultants for a small local business to improve the marketing of their operations, so that they will become a sustainable business enterprise. This course is open to all majors. Note that it may be used as an elective toward the following majors and co-majors: Marketing, Professional Sales, Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, Sustainable Business, and International Business.
Cross-Cultural Management (Kelley in Oxford Summer Program)
Explore the impacts of Brexit on strategic business issues in an international context. The BUS-D 365 Cross-Cultural Management course is taught over the course of 3 weeks in the summer at St. Anne’s College of Oxford University. The course is taught by LaVonn Schlegel, Executive Director of the Kelley Institute for International Business and Adjunct Lecturer. Admitted Kelley students who have completed at least 26 credits and 2 semesters on campus before the program commences are eligible to apply.
Kelley will nominate up to 24 qualified students each summer.
The Business, Political, and Cultural Environment in Europe (WHU Germany European Summer Program)
Learn about the European Union with top business students from around the world at the WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany. Students will earn 3 credits of BUS-D 496 Foreign Study of Business and spend three weeks in Germany in the summer. Admitted Kelley students who have completed at least 26 credits and 2 semesters on campus before the program commences are eligible to apply.
Kelley will nominate up to eight qualified students each summer.
Business in a “Flat” World
Offered during the second eight weeks of the spring semester, this three-credit hour course provides an intensive introduction to globalization and emerging economies, with a specific focus on the economy, business, history, and culture of India.
Open only to Direct Admit freshmen, the course culminates with a 10-day trip to India in late July. The course can be used as an elective toward the International Business major.
Admission to the course is competitive, with a maximum of 28 seats available.