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Business Beyond BordersOur students learn in a global classroom—last year, over 70% of Marshall freshman studied abroad.
First Year and Beyond
Learning About International Commerce (LINC).
Open to all incoming first-year business and accounting majors, LINC is an experiential learning opportunity that exposes students to business practices outside the United States. The only program of its kind in the nation, LINC features a two-unit course in international business and an eight-day trip abroad to meet with business executives and business leaders.
Is open to all incoming Marshall freshman and everyone is encouraged to participate in this invaluable experience.
To read more about student experiences on LINC and GLP, visit MarshallMashup.
Global Leadership Program (GLP)
GLP is open by invitation to select first-year students in each incoming class. During spring break, Marshall freshman travel to China to meet executives from regional and international companies. Select students within the program have also been offered competitive summer internships in China.
Last semester, I had the amazing opportunity to spend my semester at HEC in Paris, France! Having the ability to study with some of the most brilliant minds and the future business leaders of Europe was a once in a lifetime experience. Not only that, I also made friendships that will last for years to come. And that is what I truly believe was the best part of my study abroad experience.
Class of 2012
Hometown: Summit, New Jersey
Majors: Business Administration, Accounting, and Sociology
Andrew is currently an Analyst at Citi
International Exchange Program (IEP)
The International Exchange Program (IEP) enables students to immerse themselves in a different culture, develop a global perspective, form friendships with students from around the world, and experience stimulating new surroundings, all while taking business classes overseas. USC Marshall students receive full business credit for their coursework, which allows them to have a study abroad experience without interrupting their studies at USC or delaying their graduation. Unlike conventional study abroad programs, students in the IEP become fully integrated into the culture and lifestyle of the host institution. All instruction is in English.
USC Marshall students choose to spend one semester at one of the following participating exchange institutions:
Australia National University
Copenhagen Business School
Korea University Business School
ESADE Business School
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management
Nova School of Business and Economics
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
University of Manchester
University of Melbourne
National University of Singapore
Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
University of Navarra
HEC School of Management
Rotterdam School of Management
Seoul National University
Singapore Management University
University of St. Gallen
National Taiwan University
IE Business School
University of Hong Kong
University del Desarrollo
My 11 Global Impact Program experience led me to India where I worked on improving drinking water for families in rural areas. I got a chance to work with multiple NGOs– non-governmental organizations, looking for ways to improve the situation
Through USC Marshall's global internship experiences, immerse yourself in different cultures and gain invaluable first-hand experience in global commerce.
As a USC Marshall student, you will have many opportunities to broaden your understanding of international cultures, foreign markets and business practices around the world. Beyond classroom learning, USC Marshall offers students many unique and cultural and educational opportunities abroad. USC also has the largest number of international students of any university in the United States, with undergraduates from more than 120 countries.
Global Summer Internship Program
Participants in our Global Summer Internship Program embark on a nine-week internship overseas. The company and internship type are based on the student's professional goals. Partner companies have included Deutsche Bank Group, the British Broadcasting Corporation, The Walt Disney Company, L'Oreal, and Viacom. Currently, we offer programs in London, Madrid, Dublin, Milan, New Delhi, Singapore, and Sydney.
The Marshall Indonesia Summer Internship Program (MISIP) gives students an-in-depth 2 month international internship experience with Indonesian firms and foundations internships are led by prominent USC Marshall alumni and friends in Jakarta.
USC Marshall has partnered with Think Impact to offer summer social entrepreneur internships via their innovation institute Scholars Program in areas that include Kenya, Ghana, and South Africa. Students live and work with community entrepreneurs in rural Africa to identify and evaluate supply chains and develop a socially innovative business.
USC's Global Fellows Internship Program provides stipends for USC undergraduates to live and work in Asia for eight weeks during the summer.
Los Angeles: Vibrant. Dynamic. Extraordinary.
And only one accredited undergraduate business school puts you in the center of it all.
Only one accredited undergraduate business school stands in the center of this vibrant dynamic city of Los Angeles: USC’s Marshall School of Business.
Our lush, stunning and regal campus in the heart of Los Angeles, provides access to the people and places that make L.A. a global force in industries that include health care, entertainment, real estate, communications and biotechnology. Whether it’s interning with Universal, hearing guest speakers from a communications start-up, going on class visits to major car manufacturer, or working with the LA Community Impact student group, Los Angeles provides a living laboratory where students can gain first hand experience in the world of business.
Home to the headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, Los Angeles County is a gathering place for international deal makers and opinion shapers. Standing at the gateway to the Pacific Rim and Latin America, the greater metropolitan Los Angeles area is a major player in both established and emerging economies.