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Study Abroad

In a rapidly globalizing world, the need for international experience is becoming more and more significant. One way for business students to gain such experience is through studying or interning abroad. Imagine studying alongside French and international students in Marseille, France, or taking classes at University of Chile in Santiago. Travel to Spain and learn about Mediterranean business practices or live in one of the largest cities in the world in Seoul, Korea. These, and many more programs, are open to you.

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Undergraduate Faculty-Led Study Abroad Trips

Belmont-Led Programs are short-term study abroad programs led by Belmont University faculty. The groups are usually small in order to give students the opportunity to participate in an intense learning experience. These programs are a great way to earn 3-6 credits in a few weeks in another country during the summer. Past programs include trips to Belize, Japan, Eastern Europe, Africa, The Holy Land (Israel, Turkey, Greece), Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, Scotland, Spain, France, Canada, etc.

  • Belmont’s Exchange Partners

Undergraduate and Graduate Exchange Programs

Belmont University also has exchange agreements with a number of universities. Belmont students going on semester or year exchange programs pay Belmont tuition and pay room and board at the host institution. Some of these universities also offer fee-based short-term study program.

Graduate Study Abroad

Study Tours: MBA 6350 is an experiential course offered several times per year and required of all MBA students in The Massey School. Students conduct field research in one or more countries during a one-week international trip. Possible field work includes lectures, factory tours, meetings with business and government contacts, social and cultural events.

  • Past MBA 6350 Trips