The world is your classroom.

Business knows no boundaries and your Daniels education follows suit. You’re encouraged—in some degree programs, required—to explore the world in order to experience the complexities, challenges and rewards of global business firsthand.

Degree Programs

International Business Major

The Daniels undergraduate major in international business is one of the most sought-after majors at the College and incorporates international studies courses taken at the Korbel School of International Studies.

Travel Courses

Professional MBA International Travel Seminar

This transformative overseas experience allows Professional MBA students and their cohort to experience business int he context of other cultures and gain insight into global business perspectives. You will meet with business leaders, visit diverse business ventures and explore the challenges and rewards of sustainable development.

Students must be a part of the Professional MBA program to participate.

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Contact

Amanda Cahal
Assistant Director, Global and Experiential Learning
Office of Executive and Professional MBA Programs
amanda.cahal@du.edu

Professional MBA International Travel Seminar»

Executive MBA Leading in a Global Matrix/Global Business Operations

In this immersive and comprehensive set of classes, Executive MBA students gain a world view and global business understanding that they can apply immediately at work. You will apply models, disciplines and systems learned during the first four quarters of your EMBA program to a global environment. The global corse includes a two-week practicum, the International Travel Seminar, where you will visit two international cities and go deep into their respective business environments. 

Students must be a part of the Executive MBA program to participate.

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Contact

Amanda Cahal
Assistant Director, Global and Experiential Learning
Office of Executive and Professional MBA Programs
amanda.cahal@du.edu

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Global Opportunities (GO)

The Global Opportunity (GO) program at Daniels immerses graduate students in a foreign culture while studying sustainable development issues. Students partner with an international company or organization to tackle a real-world project. In the process, students gain invaluable insight into the community and the complexity of sustainable development. There are several iterations of the Daniels GO Program: 

  • Enterprise Solutions

    All Daniels MBA students are required to roll up their sleeves and participate in an Enterprise Solutions project. For 10 to 12 weeks, a small team of fellow students tackle a pressing business challenge faced by a domestic or international company. The team will analyze data, apply business concepts and deliver comprehensive recommendations to the client company. It’s an invaluable opportunity to put business and team-building skills to work.

    All graduate students are welcome to participate in this program.

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    Contact

    Patrick Orr
    Senior Director, International Business Partnerships and College Programs
    porr@du.edu
    303.871.3321

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  • Deutsche Bank Microfinance Class

    The Daniels Deutsche Bank Microfinance course was ranked in the Top 10 Most Innovative Business School Classes by Forbes magazine in 2010. In March 2011, 20 MBA students traveled to Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan to work with Deutsche project managers and learn effective lending practices to disadvantaged communities.

     


    Enterprise Solutions: Deutsche Bank Microfinance Project

    Daniels is the exclusive educational partner of Deutsche Bank’s Global Commercial Microfinance Consortium, which includes an $80-million microfinance fund. During this course, graduate students will interact with Deutsche Bank managers overseeing the fund, perform due diligence for loan requests from international microfinance institutions and visit a microfinance institution in a developing country.

    All graduate students are welcome to participate in this program.

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    Contact

    Patrick Orr
    Senior Director, International Business Partnerships and College Programs
    porr@du.edu
    303.871.3321

    Enterprise Solutions: Deutsche Bank Microfinance Project»

  • Global Business Theory in Practice

    Global Business Theory in Practice is a required element of the Daniels International MBA program. It prepares graduate students to put into practice, for their clients, the skills they have honed in their pre-program working careers, in their studies, in their internships and in other experiential activities. During their 10-14 days overseas, following 10 weeks of preparation in the classroom, they execute their consulting projects and visit targeted organizations and companies to help build contextual understanding of the local business environment.

    All Daniels graduate students are welcome to participate in this program. Inquiries from non-Daniels graduate students are also welcome.

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    Contact

    Leslie Carter
    Director, International Alumni Relations
    leslie.carter@du.edu

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Finance Capitals of the World

This course offers an overview of derivative securities around the world and introduces students to the practical application of using derivatives in portfolio investment strategies. The class will require students to form portfolios and use derivative instruments to manage risk.

Contact

Patrick Orr
Senior Director, International Business Partnerships and College Programs
porr@du.edu
303.871.3321

Finance Capitals of the World»

Banfi Vinters Scholastic Tour of Italy

Two students from the Knoebel School of Hospitality Management are selected to accompany Director David Corsun on this eight-day educational culinary tour of Italy.

Banfi Vinters Scholastic Tour of Italy»

Click on the map to find out where we’ve been and where we’re going. 

Undergraduate Programs

Cherrington Global Scholars Program

Studying abroad is the norm, rather than the exception at Daniels. More than two-thirds of our undergraduate students study abroad. DU’s Cherrington Global Scholars Program allows students to study abroad at no additional cost beyond a term at DU. Given the global nature of the hospitality industry, all undergraduates at the Knoebel School of Hospitality Management are required to study abroad.

Required International Education Experience

All undergraduates at Daniels are required to complete an international education experience. Students can fulfill that requirement by taking a course that covers global content or through DU’s Cherrington Global Scholars Program.