The Kelley School offers students the opportunity to discover the culture of a different country through a fall, spring, or summer of study overseas. The students learn about international business and the economic, social, and political environment of the country in which they are living. These programs may give students further opportunities to visit governmental and political agencies, as well as multinational firms. Several of the programs include internships.
Qualified students may participate in the following programs:
- Barcelona, Spain (a minimum of 2 semesters of college-level Spanish required for the IES program; 4 semesters of college level Spanish for the CIEE program; 4 semesters for the ESADE exchange program; some courses taught in Spanish)
- Budapest, Hungary
- Cairo, Egypt
- Copenhagen, Denmark
- Hong Kong, China (exchange programs offered through City University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
- CIC London Internship
- Maastricht, Netherlands
- Milan, Italy (no language requried for the IES program, 2 semesters of college level Italian required for the Bocconi exchange program)
- Monterrey, Mexico (4 semesters of college-level Spanish required; some courses taught in Spanish)
- Rouen, France (4 semesters of college-level French required; some courses taught in French)
- São Paulo, Brazil
- Seville, Spain (5 semesters of college-level Spanish required; some courses taught in Spanish)
- Shanghai, China
- Sydney, Australia
- Vallendar, Germany (4 semesters of college level German preferred)
- Vienna, Austria (one year of college level German required)
- Beijing, China (2 weeks and 3 credits)
- Barcelona, Spain, IES internship (8 weeks and a minimum of 4 semesters of College-level Spanish required; some courses taught in Spanish)
- CIC London Internship (8 weeks)
- Copenhagen, Denmark (6 weeks)
- Maastricht, the Netherlands (6 weeks)
- Sydney, Australlia internship (8 weeks).
These academic programs enable students to earn Indiana University credits (3-6 credits hours in the summer and 14-16 credit hours during the semester) by attending classes taught by faculty from the host university (exceptions to the language of instruction noted above). Typically, business students participate in these programs during the junior or senior year. The Integrative Core and ECON-E 202 are prerequisites for participation in Kelley School overseas study programs. A GPA of 3.0 is preferred for acceptance to all programs. The overseas study programs where students take 6 or more credits fulfill the International Dimension Requirement; specific courses may apply to Kelley degree requirements.
Students in the Kelley School may elect to complete the requirements for a minor in another IU Bloomington School. The department offering the minor defines the requirements for the minor and students are required to follow that department’s rules regarding grades, prerequisites, and course requirements. Up to three minors may appear on the student’s Indiana University transcript.