As the top-ranked part-time MBA program, we at Berkeley-Haas work hard to integrate global perspectives into our curriculum and community.
Our professors and students hail from around the world. Many more have traveled and worked extensively outside the US. Their perspectives inform and enrich the learning experience for everyone.
But let’s be honest, there’s no better way to learn how business works in other countries than by going there yourself.
That’s why our Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program includes international opportunities like Seminars in International Business, where students travel to countries such as South Africa, China, and Turkey to explore culture, history, and business environments.
In the International Business Development Program, students engage in a consulting project for an organization facing a specific business challenge. First-hand student blog posts will give you a glimpse into how IBD changed their lives and helped the organizations they worked with move forward.
Here's a preview of a few of last summer's projects, which gave students the chance to:
Identify new market opportunities for the Peruvian Tagua nut;
Generate profits for products created by women saved from Mumbai's Red Light District;
Deliver risk management guidelines for Ghana's Ashesi Unversity;
Study credit quality in China for Silicon Valley Bank.
These global opportunities are one reason people choose the Berkeley MBA Program. We invite you to find 11 more.