Business Administration

As a Business Administration major or minor, you can:

  • All Business students can fit in a study abroad experience into their plans of study if they start planning early enough.
  • Explore a variety of courses that can count towards your major or minor as core requirements, related courses, and electives.
  • Intentionally plan for a semester without major specific courses. Recommended Courses to Seek Abroad
  • Integrate an Education Abroad into your academic plan
  • Study abroad during various times of your studies, but there are also times to avoid.
    • It is recommended you participate in a program during the:
      • Any Summer or Winter
      • Second Year
      • Third Year
      • Fourth Year
    • Participate in hands-on learning activities as part of a course, including an internship, or through extracurricular activities.
    • Enrich your academic experience by participating in classroom discussions abroad with diverse student populations.
    • Select a faculty-led, exchange, affiliated or short-term program option.
    • Develop international contacts to benefit your professional career.

    How will #UConnChangeYourWorld?

    Coming Soon!

    Finances are an integral part of the program selection and planning process. Students should research scholarships early to meet application deadlines and request essay feedback from advisors and the Writing Center.

    Featured Scholarships for Business Students.

    To learn more and discover other financial opportunities to fund your Education Abroad opportunity, visit our scholarships page.

    Students are encouraged to gather information through advising and participating in Education Abroad events:

    Education Abroad Calendar
    Learn about upcoming information sessions and events.

    Education Abroad Advisor
    Schedule an appointment.

    Business School Undergraduate Advising
    Schedule an appointment with your advisor.

    Financial Aid for Education Abroad
    Learn how to use your financial aid.

    Academic

    As a Business Administration major or minor, you can:

    • All Business students can fit in a study abroad experience into their plans of study if they start planning early enough.
    • Explore a variety of courses that can count towards your major or minor as core requirements, related courses, and electives.
    • Intentionally plan for a semester without major specific courses. Recommended Courses to Seek Abroad
    • Integrate an Education Abroad into your academic plan
    • Study abroad during various times of your studies, but there are also times to avoid.
      • It is recommended you participate in a program during the:
        • Any Summer or Winter
        • Second Year
        • Third Year
        • Fourth Year
      • Participate in hands-on learning activities as part of a course, including an internship, or through extracurricular activities.
      • Enrich your academic experience by participating in classroom discussions abroad with diverse student populations.
      • Select a faculty-led, exchange, affiliated or short-term program option.
      • Develop international contacts to benefit your professional career.

      How will #UConnChangeYourWorld?

      Programs

      Coming Soon!

      Finances

      Finances are an integral part of the program selection and planning process. Students should research scholarships early to meet application deadlines and request essay feedback from advisors and the Writing Center.

      Featured Scholarships for Business Students.

      To learn more and discover other financial opportunities to fund your Education Abroad opportunity, visit our scholarships page.

      Resources & Contacts

      Students are encouraged to gather information through advising and participating in Education Abroad events:

      Education Abroad Calendar
      Learn about upcoming information sessions and events.

      Education Abroad Advisor
      Schedule an appointment.

      Business School Undergraduate Advising
      Schedule an appointment with your advisor.

      Financial Aid for Education Abroad
      Learn how to use your financial aid.

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