The BSBA team strongly encourages you to study or intern in a foreign country. Global Programs Coordinators are here to help you through inquiry and application phases, to while abroad, and upon return. Explore this site as well as our individual program brochures below.
|Argentina/Chile: Multi-country semester||Italy|
|China (CUHK or HKUST)||The Netherlands|
|Denmark||France (New Program!)|
|Ireland||Spain (UC3M or ESADE )|
Israel Summer Business Academy (ISBA)
European Capitals of Culture, Business of the Arts, UK & Lithuania (May)
Entrepreneurship & Start Ups in the EU, Spain & Bosnia & Herzegovina (May/June)
Venture Consulting, Israel (January)
Students interested in domestic immersion programs, such as Economics of Entertainment or Business of Sports may contact the Weston Career Center or their faculty for more information.
PLAN: Review eligibility and academic requirements, learn about financial processes, consider program options, meet with a WU study abroad returnees and a Global Programs coordinator, and explore FAQs.
APPLY: Once you have chosen a program, review the application process and complete a WashU application, available on the individual program brochure page.
PREPARE: Fulfill all pre-departure requirements and learn about health and safety abroad. Research your host country and cultural norms.
ACADEMICS: Review the resources, learn about pre-departure and post-program orientation, learn how courses abroad will count toward your degree, and review program specific information.
ABROAD: Go Abroad! Share your experience while on your program and remember to prepare for you return.
RETURNEES: Review the credit transfer process, information on returning to campus, and how you can share and capitalize on your experience.
RESOURCES & POLICIES: In order to make the most of your program, make sure to review the study abroad handbook and familiarize yourself with program policies and procedures.
PARENTS AS PARTNERS: The support of family and friends is extremely important as your prepare, study abroad, and return home. Make sure to point out this information to your parents, guardians, and mentors.