MSU Denver


Study abroad is a great experience for students and adds to their global business knowledge.

College of Business Programs

MSU Denver College of Business suggests a variety of study abroad programs for students. Courses are available short-term to full academic year. Below is a list of options for students.  Your first step in studying abroad is to meet with a study abroad advisor, appointments can be made by calling 303-352-7001.

Short term Faculty Led Courses

MSU Denver Global Business Experience BUS390

Students will meet with faculty and business representatives from a variety of Costa Rican sectors to learn first-hand about business differences and similarities across cultures.

Undergraduate and Graduate credit available.

For more information contact: Dr. Angelica Bahl

Multi-City in Europe, China, or Southeast Asia MGT 498 Independent Study

Study abroad conducted by International Business Seminars (IBS Tours)

Summer, Winterim

A Unique program focused on visiting businesses and learning how business is conducted in the country and gaining knowledge about the local culture.

Undergraduate and Graduate credit available.

For more information contact: Dr. Debbie Gilliard

Semester and One Year study abroad opportunities

MSU Denver College of Business has partnership agreements that facilitate student exchange opportunities with the Universities listed below.

Students attending a university partner will do so as either a direct enroll or as an exchange. As a direct enroll, students earn transfer credits applicable towards their degree, do not pay MSU Denver tuition but pay all costs directly to the host university.

MSU Denver College of Business recognizes these transfer credits as valid towards the student’s degree. As an exchange, students earn specific MSU Denver credit and pay MSU Denver tuition. Student is responsible for fees plus additional costs of being abroad (housing, airfare, meals, etc.).

University of Pécs, Hungary (Exchange)

Florence University of the Arts (FUA), Italy (Direct Enroll)

National Dong Hwa University, College of Management, Taiwan (Exchange)

Ecole de Management de Normandie, Le Havre, France (Exchange)

Munich School of Management (Exchange)

Universidad De Monterrey, College of Business, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (Exchange)

Fachhochschule Dortmund, University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FH-Dortmund), Germany (Exchange)

University of Nicosia, Cyprus (Direct Enroll)


Additional Program Options

While the specific universities and programs listed here are the preferred options for study abroad, we understand that students might be interested in other locations and courses. MSU Denver works with over 20 program providers giving access to 70 countries across the globe in a variety of academic fields.

If one of our listed options is not what interests you, contact Jennifer Provizer in the Office of International Studies to learn about other options.

New Applicant

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Visit the Admissions Application Requirements web page for international application information.