Undergraduate Courses

Global Business Courses 2013-14

Below is the list of courses offered in 2014. New courses may be added – check this site often. Courses are open to students from all departments across the campus, as well as students from other universities (unless otherwise indicated). Click on each course below for more details. To register, go to: www.myea.umd.edu.

I think the “United Arab Emirates: Global Immersion Experience” is absolutely an asset to my resume because it shows how I am willing to step outside my comfort zone and explore areas of the world…” - Mollie Schick, UAE March 2012

“This type of educational experience is something you can’t gain without going abroad. The people I met, the places I saw, and the many friends I made will stay with me forever.” – Matthew Kannan, Class of 2014

May 2014

England & Germany
European Entrepreneurship


Australian Summer Intership Program


Spring Break, March 2014

France & The Netherlands
The Business of French and Dutch Design and Culture


Microfinance in Action


Global Immersion Experience


January 2014

Doing Business in China


Singapore & Malaysia - COURSE FULL
Doing Business in Singapore and Malaysia

Singapore & Malaysia

The Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem of Ghana


England, Italy, NYC, and DC
Special Topics in Accounting

England, Italy, NYC, and DC

Thailand - COURSE FULL
The Global Business of Philanthropy


What Else Do You Need to Know?

SCHOLARSHIPS: The Provost has again generously provided the Smith School with scholarships for each BMGT student who has never studied abroad with a UMD program before and who has not transferred in credits from a foreign university. Click here for details: Financing Study Abroad.

All UMD Students (including BMGT) may apply for additional scholarships through Education Abroad.

A NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF GLOBAL PROGRAMS, LISA BARNARD: As a study abroad student, you are not just a tourist – you are embarking on something much richer and you will have access to experiences a tourist could never have. To all the people you come across, whether at a company, at a restaurant or in the hotel, you are representing the United States and many will know you are from the University of Maryland. We trust that you will take responsibility for your actions and will be an excellent Ambassador at all times. When you travel abroad, you continue to be bound by the University’s Code of Conduct.

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