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Studying abroad in India

Study abroad students in India

Find yourself in a distant, diverse country and see how you do. Challenge yourself to begin to understand the multi-faceted culture of India’s 1.3 billion citizens.

Interested in studying abroad? Learn more about our “Understanding India: Business & Culture” program.

“You will likely either work there, source there, or you will have employees or customers in India,” said Sanjay Mishra, professor and the program’s director. “Regardless of any eventual professional ties to India, changes in one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing economies reverberate across the globe and will affect you somehow. This experience will be an integral piece in your global understanding.”

Start your journey

Czech Republic

Marketing and information systems major David Vu spent a semester studying abroad at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic.

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Study abroad student on the Great Wall of China.

School of Business student Michelle Pallais recently visited Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong as part of the Business in China program.

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Contact CGBS

Center for Global Business Studies Office
1654 Naismith Drive, 1030N
(785) 864-3125

Events & Deadlines - CGBS

Renegotiating NAFTA: Why strengthening North America is good for the Heartland
Wed., March 27, 3-5PM, 1020 Capitol Federal Hall
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