10 Undergraduate Business Schools With Global Appeal

April 27, 2011  |  

There was once a time when it was considered a luxury for a college student to have an international experience, but those days are long gone. Now, receiving international exposure during one’s undergraduate years is becoming a mandatory requirement. But that doesn’t mean just doing a semester abroad taking general education courses. Students are looking for schools to provide them with an experience that not only applies to their major, but will also benefit them long after their degree is in hand. As such, Bloomberg Businessweek compiled a list of the top 113 undergraduate business schools that are offering competitive international programs. To identify which schools had the most noteworthy programs, Bloomberg Businessweek used a methodology that looked at student satisfaction, postgraduation outcomes and academic quality. Here are 10 schools from the list:

University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business

At Mendoza, students have the option of studying abroad in countries like Egypt, Haiti and South Africa. It is estimated that about half of the school’s business students go overseas for study abroad, and that number keeps rising each year.

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