Gain global experience, travel with our faculty and learn about a new culture with a one- to two-week themed course, or an exchange program.
Students will explore how companies collaborate to foster sustainable businesses in the region and support local entrepreneurship and innovation.
Exploring how the unique characteristics of China influence the conduct of business by both Chinese and non-Chinese enterprises.
Students will spend 8 days in Cuba, gaining insights into economic and social transition, and how to think about what this kind of transition looks like in isolated or emerging economies.
Students will explore how these two countries have adopted different approaches to economic development and their visions for the future while considering their long traditions and history.
This program challenges you to think about a future business world enabled by robotics and artificial intelligence in a country that has proven resilient to the onslaught of low-cost country competition.
The students will gain first-hand experience with Israel, its history, and its unique geographic and cultural positioning that make it The Start-up Nation.
Students will explore how Italy's family-led businesses came to be synonymous with luxury in industries ranging from automotive to fashion.
The students will gain first-hand experience with Japanese culture and be exposed to how Japanese businesses combine tradition and innovation.
In this course we will take a look at how business, government and NGOs address tough social and business problems in Singapore and Sri Lanka.
South Africa's history and outlook provide a setting for many important conversations at the intersection of business in a global society.
Students will gain insights into the business successes and opportunities associated with products, systems and services informed by sustainability principles.
Participants will be encouraged to build a much more in-depth understanding of the interplay between current and aspirational policy and practices that impact the opportunity for Uganda to move toward a more sustainable approach to their future.
Although not being offered this year, faculty-led trips to Egypt and India have been options in recent years.
The Darden School of Business has reciprocal exchange relationships with business schools around the world. These exchanges give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture and develop a broadened understanding of doing business in an international setting.