Study abroad can fit into your degree program without affecting your graduation date. Your study abroad and academic advisors can help you choose the right courses to take both in Wisconsin and at your destination school, with consideration for your degree program and your individual needs.
The career advisors with the Wisconsin BBA Program are also well-versed in study abroad considerations. They can help you understand how to leverage your study abroad experience at major recruiting events and other career preparation milestones. Some international experiences even include internships.
A study abroad experience can be within financial reach. Programs at several of our partner schools are comparable in cost to a semester at the Wisconsin School of Business. The International Programs team can help you develop a budget that estimates the true costs of a study abroad program.
Students who do not have the personal or family resources to cover the costs of study abroad may be eligible for financial aid or scholarships.