Putting the world within reach.

Daniels College of Business has a global network of faculty, staff, international organizations and alumni that helps put the world within reach of our students.

On-campus Network

Global thinking is embedded in the culture and philosophy of the University of Denver. As Daniels furthers our own international partnerships and initiatives, we have strong internal support from several partners within the University including:

  • Daniels Office of Globalization: Responsible for creating and enhancing a global perspective throughout the College through curricula, global experiences and a rich professional and alumni network. The office is also a portal for visiting international scholars and scholar exchange programs.
  • DU’s Office of Internationalization: Provides leadership and support for DU’s efforts to internationalize the University. The vice provost for internationalization oversees the Office of International Student and Scholar Services, the Study Abroad Office and the English Language Center, and collaborates with all DU leadership to promote, implement and assess the University’s internationalization initiatives. Learn more.
  • Office of International Student Admission: Facilitates all international applicants to the University of Denver and offers strong support during and after the process. The office’s international student advisors help students adjust to their new surroundings and culture. Undergraduates | Graduates
  • Korbel School of International Studies: For many years, Daniels has joined forces with the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. Students can simultaneously earn a Daniels IMBA and an MA in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration. The dual emphasis gives graduates a range of career options—from international business to international policy to multilateral institutions and organizations. Learn more.

Global Partnerships

For more than two decades, Daniels faculty and staff have nurtured relationships with institutions, nonprofit organizations, leading global businesses and governments around the world. These formal and informal partnerships provide our students with a wide array of international experiences. Examples include:

  • Conducting feasibility studies with Newmont Mining’s Environmental and Social Responsibility team in Ghana and Peru.
  • Helping orphans and other vulnerable children by partnering with Peace House Africa, a humanitarian nonprofit in Arusha, Tanzania.
  • Traveling to countries with emerging economies such as Cambodia, Azerbaijan and Kenya to work with Deutsche Bank microfinance project managers.
  • Partnering with Thousand Hill Venture Fund, which develops investment vehicles to co-invest with Rwandan investors in small and medium-size businesses to nurture the country’s recovering economy.
  • Faculty members who teach and consult globally from the Tongji University in China to Aalto University’s School of Economics in Finland and many colleges in between. They’ve expanded our global footprint and facilitated learning exchanges for our students.

Daniels Pioneer Network

The Daniels Pioneer Network consists of more than 2,000 students, 200 faculty and staff, and more than 30,000 alumni studying, living and working around the world. Our international students hail from more than 50 countries and we have alumni in more than 85 countries around the globe—proving that wherever one travels, there is a Daniels Pioneer making a difference in the world. Get connected with the Daniels Alumni Network. Contact Leslie Carter, Director of International Alumni Relations for more information.

Daniels College of Business presence around the globe.