GIM trip to Southern Africa
In today's economy — driven by increasingly complex and interdependent markets — you need a broad and nuanced understanding of the world to succeed.
That's why you'll find an international perspective throughout the curriculum at the Kellogg School.
Here are a few ways Kellogg connects you with the wider world:
An international student body. A wide range of geographic perspectives converge in the classroom. Our students come to us from 40 different countries, and their diverse experiences contribute to lively discussions.
Global Lab. Map out new strategies for Indian clothing retailers or consult with a Brazilian company on international expansion strategies. This consulting course will take you out of the country and into world markets.
Global Initiatives in Management. This course will immerse you in a country of your choice to learn its business and political climate in depth. The course culminates in a two-week research trip to the country you're studying.
Global curriculum requirement. Kellogg now requires all students to take at least one course with a global focus.
International Exchange Program. Spend a quarter of your second year studying abroad, learning different business perspectives and building your network at one of our thirty partner schools in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia.
Other courses with a global component include Cross-Cultural Negotiation, Global Marketing, International Business Strategy, and International Finance. For more information about the curriculum, see our Course Catalog.