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Business

Students in the Kelley School of Business may apply to ANY Overseas Study program for which they meet the eligibility and selection criteria. Students should consult with their business advisor to determine how these programs meet their degree program requirements.

All semester programs and some summer programs require the completion of ECON-E 201, ECON-E 202 and the Business Integrative Core (or equivalent coursework at an IU campus outside Bloomington) before participation. Please check program flyers for eligibility requirements.

With the exception of the Kelley Exchange Programs and the summer internships in Shanghai, Dublin-KSB and Seville, Liberal Arts and Management Program (LAMP) students are eligible to apply for these programs and must have completed BUS-K 201 and ECON-E 201 and ECON-E 202 prior to participation.

Semester Programs
Summer Programs
Other IU Programs

Business majors are encouraged to consider Kelley School of Business short-term programs. Kelley offers short-term study abroad options with international components that last three weeks or less including Global Immersion (Bus-X272) Programs.

See details on the Kelley Study Abroad website.

Non-Business Programs

Business students participate in many other IU Overseas Study programs. Participation in any IU overseas study program of at least six-weeks duration satisfies the World Languages and Cultures requirement if you earn at least 6 credit hours. Course work may count towards general education requirements, an outside minor or, in special cases, a second degree.

Non-IU Programs

Many business students participate in study abroad programs offered through other universities. Full-time participation in these may satisfy the World Languages and Cultures requirement, and, in certain cases, program courses can count towards the International Studies Concentration or the Global Studies and Languages Field Specialization (for students who matriculated prior to 2011). Some courses may also be used towards other general education requirements if they receive approval by following the online instructions for transferring credit.

In an increasingly competitive global economy, the international dimension of education is becoming more and more important. Indeed, it is a matter of practical necessity: we have to provide it as a part of a good education, and students increasingly demand it."

-IU President Michael A. McRobbie

Other Options

All IU majors can explore opportunities in a wide range of IU and Non-IU programs.

IU Programs

Non-IU Programs

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