Faculty Led: Weekend MBA Overseas Experience
The University at Albany, SUNY continues to monitor and assess the COVID-19 Novel Corona Virus pandemic. All Winter 2020-21 and Spring 2021 education abroad programs worldwide are suspended. While there are no definite answers on when education abroad programming will resume, programs abroad are not expected to all re-open at the same time. Instead, when education abroad relaunches only a limited number of programs and destinations will be available, evaluated based on global travel conditions, health and safety guidelines, SUNY System Administration re-opening protocols, and UAlbany priorities. The process of review and approval to re-open programs and destinations will be ongoing. As you plan now for your global future, our dedicated Education Abroad team remains ready and available to assist and guide you!
This program is only open to students who are enrolled in the University at Albany's Weekend M.B.A. program. As a Weekend M.B.A. student, you will complete a week-long international program in the summer between your first and second years to learn about global concepts and practices directly from foreign leaders. The Summer 2020 program will travel to Lisbon, Portugal and Madrid, Spain.
As a Weekend MBA student, you are required to participate in the international program and, apart from emergencies, to commit to attend and be on time for all classes.
Credits and grades will appear on your UAlbany transcript. You may file a request to have additional courses approved for equivalency as necessary.
This course is taught by UAlbany MBA faculty.
UAlbany Weekend M.B.A. faculty member(s) will make admission decisions.
External scholarships, listed on our website, are a good way to partially fund your study abroad experience.
More information on applying to these scholarships is located on the Scholarships web page.
A valid passport is required to participate in this program. If you are a permanent resident or international student, a visa may be required. More information regarding the visa application process is available upon acceptance to the program.
Applications become available online one semester before the program start date, based on the following timeline:
- Summer programs: December
06/05/2020 to 06/13/2020
The 2020 schedule is forthcoming.
*Schedule is tentative and subject to change.
More information regarding flights is available upon acceptance.
Your Faculty Leader is responsible for guiding all aspects of the program and will be available throughout the on-site portion of the course to manage any concerns or questions you may have while abroad.