Representing more than 12 countries around the world
The University of Pittsburgh is home to more than 2,900 international students—more than one half of whom are pursuing a graduate degree. At Katz, we value the experience, perspective, and diversity of thinking that you, as an international student, bring to our program.
Our class profile changes every year. Core countries represented in the classroom have included Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United States, to name just a few.
We also have a number of Exchange Programs through our partner schools:
- Augsburg Executive Fellows Exchange Program
- Kedge Business School Exchange Program
With a Katz degree, you will be confident in your ability to tackle whatever business problems you come up against. You’ll be more valuable to future employers, or perhaps you’ll put your finely honed talents to work in starting your own business.
From the beginning, you’ll notice a spirit of collaboration at Katz. Past students have commented that the atmosphere isn’t as competitive as it is collaborative. It comes from the school’s commitment to globalism and diversity. From your very first team project, you’ll recognize the benefits of a truly global business school because you’ll be working in an environment that reflects the markets of the world.
Learn Hands-On at Katz
Hands-on, practical experiences outweigh book learning alone every time. Experience-based learning is so important that it’s one of the school’s strategic initiatives and what we’re referring to when we say, “Experience. Learn. Lead.”
Interact with Us
As always, we recommend signing up for one of our monthly information sessions or reaching out to one of our current International Student Ambassadors.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the following offices:
Office of International Services: 412-624-7120; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill McShane, Program Manager: 412-383-8835; email@example.com
“During the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, Katz staff gave us mooncakes. It felt really heartwarming since it’s an important part of my culture. They also celebrate festivals from other countries. Katz creates an inclusive and equitable environment because everyone, no matter where they come from, is loved and valued.”
“I received a scholarship and it has been life-changing for me. Without it, undertaking my career pivot would have been impossible, but now I can explore new fields I am interested in and apply myself to good causes.”