UMD IS PLANNING FOR THE RESUMPTION OF IN-PERSON STUDY ABROAD IN THE FALL 2021 SEMESTER.
- Vienna University of Economics and Business
- Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
- Copenhagen Business School
- WHU Beisheim School of Management
- Universita Comerciale Luigi Bocconi
- IE University
- Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
- City University, Business School
- Manchester Business School
Due to the evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University reserves the right to cancel these programs before the program start date. Maryland Smith students applying to study abroad for the fall 2021 semester should remain registered for fall 2021 courses at UMD until advised otherwise.
If you are a business student interested in studying abroad, please follow the study abroad advising steps below.
Step 1: Explore the Possibilities
Not sure if study abroad is right for you? Have questions about your options? Review our different study abroad program offerings below (Semester Abroad, Short-Term Abroad, and Summer Abroad) and attend a virtual advising session via Zoom with Katarina Slobodova.
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 9-11 a.m.
Schedule your appointment with Katarina Slobodova
Step 2: Navigate Your Options
Learn more about program options and important details regarding academics, finances, and application steps.
How to Use Semester Exchange Course Guides
Semester exchange course guides provide a list of major requirements or interest-specific courses at each Maryland Smith exchange partner school. You can use these guides to determine which semester exchange partner offers the most degree requirements for your specific major.
After reviewing the courses in each guide, it is important to double-check course equivalencies and whether the courses will be offered during your semester abroad. Course guides should be used to help you decide which semester exchange program will fit your academic plans best, but keep in mind that you still need to meet with your CGB and academic advisers to make sure the program will be a good fit overall.
Step 3: Embark on Your Journey
Schedule a virtual advising appointment with Greg Rafal, assistant director, CGB to talk about a specific study abroad program or answer any follow-up questions. Please complete this advising aid and have it ready to review during your meeting.
Mondays and Thursdays, 2-5 p.m.
Wednesdays, Noon-2 p.m.
Schedule your appointment with Greg Rafal