University of Southern California

International Exchange Program

As we move forward in the 21st century, the opportunities and challenges that come from living in a truly global era are informed by the dramatic challenges of a rapidly shifting economy. Today there is general consensus that the rapidly changing economies of the world, along with the rise of major commercial centers outside of Europe and the U.S., have shifted the focus of business studies increasingly towards the global economy and international affairs. The time has never been better to stimulate scholarly and public interest in international business. And now, more than ever, institutions of higher learning are devoting increasing resources and expertise toward educating tomorrow's business leaders on the complexities of the international business arena.

The Marshall School of Business Undergraduate International Exchange Program gives students the opportunity to widen their exposure to the business theories, practices and concerns of the international community, as well as immerse themselves within a foreign tradition. Students are absorbed into a different culture, meet people from other parts of the world, learn from new perspectives and take in exciting new surroundings.

Marshall students are able to fulfill their senior business concentration requirement by studying abroad at a top business school in Europe, Southeast Asia, or Australia.

Incoming students are able to spend a semester or a year studying at a top-ten business program, while living in one of the most dynamic and provocative cities in the world.

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Internationalization is not only spending a semester abroad; it is also taking an active part in the international study environment and activities at the Marshall School of Business.

Marshall typically receives more than 200 students on exchange from our partner universities every year. The International Exchange Program (IEP) Host Program was created to provide these students assistance as they are socialized into USC, Marshall and the US. To find out more information about the IEP Host Program click here