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International Business and Markets

  • From left: Joseph Nyagah, Kenya’s honorable minister of co-op development and marketing; Tunde Omotoba ’03, Nigeria’s honorable minister of aviation; and Kellogg Professor Daniel Diermeier, moderating a panel discussion on leadership. Read more in the article Africa: the new economic frontier. Photo © Dan Dry
The International Business and Markets website is home to a variety of international learning opportunities at the Kellogg School of Management.
  • Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) combines collaboration and classroom discussion with international travel. Students gain a deep understanding of business issues in regions such as South America, Asia and Africa.
  • The Exchange Program gives Kellogg students the opportunity to study abroad on six continents, in cities from Beijing to Buenos Aires. Our exchange partner schools offer the opportunity to learn about business from a different perspective, experience another culture, and network with students, faculty, and professionals from around the world. 
  • Global Travel Resources helps students prepare for travel abroad while they are at the Kellogg School.
  • Kellogg Corps is a volunteer program for students, which places small teams of volunteers on consulting projects with non-profit organizations in developing countries worldwide.