UNI Business students can even gain an international experience without leaving campus.
Each year, we host student and faculty visitors from every part of the globe. Students study alongside you, while faculty teach courses with authentic international flavor.
UNI Business also welcomes multiple groups of international guests to participate in business-focused training workshops. Some courses are specific to a particular partner university, while others are open to any graduate or undergraduate student throughout the world. International participants live on campus and interact with local students. Below are examples of programs that bring UNI and international students together.
Global Decision-Making and Negotiation (MBA)
Since 2012, UNI Business offers a two week graduate program. The program was developed with EAFIT University in Medellin, Colombia but is open to MBA students from around the world. Students visit companies, hear guest speakers, participate in cultural events and education exercises. One aspect is meeting UNI MBA students and participating in the MBA day when each team presents its research.
Culture and International Business (undergraduate)
This two week course begins mid-July and ends the first weekend in August. The program is open to all undergraduate students from any university around the world. The point of this program is to teach the importance of cultural differences and understanding to all international business. The program includes many different speakers, company visits, hands on learning experiences and cultural events. Students from various countries participate and share stories about their home culture for better understanding of each other.
UNI students are encouraged to participate and fulfill university or Marketing elective requirements.
Supply Chain workshop (undergraduate)
This one week program merges students from EAFIT University in Colombia and UNI Business students in a week long collaborative workshop. The workshop includes specially focused sessions, social events, and a variety of supply chain management educational activities. Students from other universities are welcome as opening for more participants exist.
Create Customized Programs
Universities are invited to discuss on-campus opportunities for developing a business focused program. Business English language communication training can be included.