Global Experience

Scale Your Impact Beyond Borders

Our global MBA curriculum will prepare you to lead in any economy. Whether it is the diversity of our faculty and student body, our international presence or the experiential learning opportunities we provide, Kellogg’s global MBA offerings equip you to lead anyone, anywhere in the world.

Unparalleled Opportunity

Tap into the broadest array of global experiential learning opportunities. Partner with international companies to impact and drive business.

Global Initiatives in Management

In these survey courses, students are introduced to a specific geographic region or international industry/market. Students plan and lead the trips while working on an independent research topic. Previous destinations include Brazil, China, India, UAE and Vietnam.

Global Experiential Learning

Solve real business challenges in these project-based classes. Students travel and work with management teams of international companies. Past projects include strategy for a South Korean manufacturer and growth analysis for a digital media firm in Asia.

International Field Research

Through experiential courses, such Medical Devices in Developing Markets, students participate in deep-dive explorations into local markets where teams design and develop new products, services and business models. Students have conducted research in India and Africa.

Exchange Program/Study Abroad

Kellogg's Exchange Program offers study abroad opportunities at 37 partner schools spanning 20 countries. Each exchange is a five to 10-week full-immersion experience. Live and study overseas, taking opportunities for independent study, travel and job search.

Extracurricular Opportunities

Outside the classroom, students can find a number of clubs, conferences, events and trips designed to help them learn more about international business and markets.

The Inside Perspective

Southeast Asia GIM Trip: Part 2

MMM student Robin Ayers Lackey reflects on her experiences meeting business leaders in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore during the Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) trip.