Study Abroad and Internship Programs

BU Internship and Language & Liberal Arts Programs

Boston University Study Abroad offers School of Management students an unmatched variety of study abroad programs in more than 30 cities and 20 countries around the world. These programs offer students the opportunity to study languages, economics, international relations, political science, fine arts, science and engineering, and business management. Upon successful completion of these programs, School of Management students receive liberal arts credit. School of Management students who participate in the London Internship Program, the Shanghai Internship Program, the Los Angeles Internship Program, the Dublin Summer Internship Program, the Washington, DC, Summer Internship Program, and the Sydney Summer Internship Program may pursue and receive credit for management courses and internships.

Management Exchange Program

Boston University’s School of Management offers an exciting opportunity for students to incorporate international experiences into their business education. Students can spend a semester at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, Università degli Studi di Padova in Italy, or at Seoul National University, working closely with business faculty and participating in classes with students from diverse backgrounds. Information about this program is available at the Undergraduate Program Office and Boston University Study Abroad.

Management Internship Programs

These programs provide School of Management students the opportunity to gain valuable, practical work experience by participation in management-related internships abroad. Students have the opportunity to intern abroad while taking classes at the University College–Dublin, Ireland; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain; University of Sydney, Australia; University of Auckland, New Zealand; Université Paris-Dauphine, Paris, France; Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy; or The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Information about these programs is available at the Undergraduate Program Office and Boston University Study Abroad.