WBB students bond as a cohort and are able to explore the full range of extracurricular opportunities at each school. There are activities designed specifically for the program, and students are also encouraged to get involved on campus and take leadership positions in student organizations. Students try everything from case competitions and consulting work for non-profit organizations to athletics and martial arts. Of course, all three cities have abundant historical and cultural sites to explore.
Residential life is an important component of university education. This is particularly crucial for WBB students. All students are provided with accommodations in university housing at each location, offering them the opportunity to meet friends from all over the world, understand different cultures, and adjust to the local community. All three universities provide various residential hall options both on campus and off campus.
WBB responds to the demand expressed by the business world for young managers with international training. Each school identifies specific internship opportunities to help students launch their careers and provides access to career counselors and career development resources and activities, equipping them with extra tools to become the drivers of their professional lives, whatever path they choose after graduation. WBB graduates are well-positioned for careers in a broad range of areas in the private and public sectors, for their own entrepreneurial initiatives, or for graduate school.
WBB students attend three different universities, each with a unique academic structure. Each school provides specific support to assist WBB students in making the transition from one campus to another, both from an academic and administrative point of view. WBB Academic Directors are also available at all schools to help students choose a program of study that fulfills the WBB requirements and make plans that best fit their career aspirations.