The University of Montana School of Business Administration prepares students to compete successfully in a globally competitive economic environment.
International opportunities include:
- International exchange opportunities for students and faculty
- Faculty-directed study-abroad courses during the academic year and summer
- Courses with an international focus taught at undergraduate and graduate levels
Each of these opportunities exposes our students to people, cultures and ways of doing business in other countries.
|Country||Course Number||Credits||Next Travel Dates||Faculty Contact||Phone Number|
|Australia/New Zealand||BMIS/BMGT/PTRM/NRSM 345X
or graduate independent study
|6||December 26, 2016-January 19, 2017||Shawn Clouse||406-243-5985|
|Germany||BMGT 493/MBA 645||2||Klaus Uhlenbruck||406-243-6523|
|Italy||BMGT 493/MBA 645||3||May 21-June 4, 2017||Nader Shooshtari
or Suzanne Tilleman
|Romania||BMGT 493/MBA 645||4||June 4-June 25, 2017||Simona Stan||406-243-6027|
Business students should contact Professor Nader Shooshtari, International Programs Director for the UM School of Business Administration, to learn more about study abroad or international exchange opportunities.
The School of Business Administration is also home to the Montana World Trade Center (MWTC). The MWTC works to increase international trade through public-private partnerships, business networking and student education. In addition to being the only academic affiliated World Trade Center, the MWTC also offers internship experiences for SoBA students.
We also encourage students to take advantage of additional study-abroad and exchange programs offered by other UM academic units through UM's Global Engagement Office and in cooperation with academic institutions across the country.