BBA Short-Term International Programs
Enrollment for the 2015 summer programs is closed. To join a wait list, please contact Maria Terrazas
Learn about the enrollment process here!
McCombs BBA Short-Term Programs are exciting and convenient study abroad opportunities developed in cooperation with our partner schools. The International Programs Office works closely with faculty to offer students unique opportunities to combine academic study with global exploration. Students learn first-hand about real-world business practices and challenges. Students who participate in these programs receive credit and attend two classes taught by McCombs and partner school faculty.
Spend the summer in London taking finance courses at the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE). Commonly regarded as the financial capital of the world, London offers an exciting backdrop to one of the most unique Short-Term Programs offered, as it allows students to take a UT faculty course, as well as choose a course to take alongside LSE students from all over the world.
Learn more about the enlightening five-week International Marketing Program at ESCP-Europe, one of the oldest and most prestigious business institutions in the world. Immerse yourself in the Parisian lifestyle, and quickly discover why Paris is considered one of the best European cities for business and leisure!
The Supply Chain Management program takes students on a fascinating journey through a company's supply chain. The trip begins in an Austin store, moves to distribution centers, then ports, and culminates with classes at the esteemed Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Students will enjoy a five-week Business Law program marrying a sophisticated curriculum and lively cultural excursions in historic Edinburgh. The city mixes old world charm with the contemporary air of a cosmopolitan, 21st century city. Check out our celebrated partner school, The University of Edinburgh.
Venture into our South American program! The BHP Management program is designed exclusively for BHP students. Students earn credit at the prestigious Universidad de San Andrés. Experience the city of Buenos Aires. It's often called the “Paris of Latin America,” and it's known for its colorful, lively culture.