Global Learning

Expand Your Horizons

The world is the ultimate destination of Pitt Business students, and they don’t wait to get there — they go during their degree. Our students can study abroad in more than 75 countries worldwide valuable and learn transferable skills, such as critical thinking, leadership, flexibility, and global mindset.

Opportunities for undergraduate students include our Global Business Institute, International Internship Program, Plus3 Program, and Global Service-Learning projects. For graduate students, our Global Issues Workshops and Global Research Practicum are opportunities to experience new cultures and gain confidence in the ability to make a difference worldwide.


Africa Business Initiative

As part of Pitt Embraces Africa, this initiative provides opportunities for Pitt Business students, faculty, and staff to connect with the world’s second largest continent through partnerships, fellowships, and global exchanges.

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Global Issues Workshop

Conduct in-depth international business research here and travel abroad to conduct field research and meet with industry and organization experts through one of Katz’s Global Issues Workshops.
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Global Research Practicum

Gain exposure to international business and current issues affecting the global marketplace through our Global Research Practicum, a three-credit course with a study abroad component. Recent programs have traveled to the United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Singapore, Japan, Mexico, Chile and Argentina.
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Partner Programs

Incorporate short-term study abroad as part of your MBA experience by participating in one of our partnerships with various international programs. Opportunities available in France and Germany.


I wanted a city school with a top-ranked business program and options for studying abroad, which is why Pitt Business was the perfect fit.

Alexandra McCurdy

CBA '22

My time at Pitt Business has changed my life for the better, and I feel fully equipped to leave the classroom, venture into the city, and tackle the business world.

Campbell Niehaus

CBA '21