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Global Business Experience students visit Camp Nou stadium, home of Futbol Club Barcelona, in March 2014.

Global Social Internship Program Rooted in Jesuit values, the Global Social Internship Program provides undergraduate students with a transformative platform to engage in service learning through an internship opportunity in Central America. Students complete a five-week business internship in Nicaragua with the Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers underserved children and their families in Nicaragua through education and nutrition. Internship activities include projects such as teaching the fundamentals of business to high school students and helping them identify business opportunities in their communities. Interns also work with school administrators to help improve the business curriculum, focusing on management and entrepreneurship. Participants will receive a stipend of $2,500 and free housing for the duration of the internship.

“My experience with Fabretto was unforgettable! Not only did I get an opportunity to meet incredible people, but I also was able to apply my business teaching to a real-life global setting.” —ARI NEWSOME (B ’17)

Additional Global Opportunities STUDY ABROAD Through Georgetown’s Office of Global Education, McDonough students have numerous opportunities for study abroad at more than 75 universities and colleges in 40 countries. Most programs are completed during the third year of study and include options for fall semester, spring semester, full academic year, or summer programs.

Global Business Experience The Global Business Experience is a three-credit, semester-long class that integrates business disciplines with international policy and consulting. In this course, students conduct a substantive consulting project for an international business or organization (private, public, or nonprofit). Under faculty supervision, students work together to address the organization’s unique, complex business challenges. In addition, students interact with the policy community through visits

to organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Spanish Embassy. The project culminates in a weeklong trip to the client location, where students present their findings and recommendations to senior management. The Global Business Experience course also counts as an elective for the International Business major.

SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Every summer, the McDonough School of Business hosts short-term programs for Italian students from Università Bocconi and Chinese students from Beijing’s Central University of Economics and Business. McDonough students have the opportunity to interact with these students to exchange academic and cultural perspectives.

For more information about global programs, please contact: Monija Amani, Ed.D. Assistant Dean Director, Global Programs Undergraduate Program Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 120 37th and O Streets NW Washington, DC 20057 (202) 687-3851 msbundergrad@georgetown.edu msb.georgetown.edu/programs/ undergraduate

MCDONOUGH GLOBAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION To support international students, the McDonough Global Student Association (MGSA) — a student-run club — was established in 2011. With nearly 200 members, MGSA organizes seminars and annual conferences and helps coordinate the Undergraduate Program Office’s Global Embassy Series. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

GLOBAL PROGRAMS


At no other time has a global perspective been more important in business education. Through participation in innovative programs such as the Global Business Fellows Program, Global Business Experience course, and study abroad and internship opportunities around the world, students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business will cultivate the necessary skills to succeed as future global leaders.

“To truly understand globalization, you need to be exposed to global environments. Our students have multiple opportunities to get this firsthand exposure.” — RICARDO ERNST, Professor of Operations and Managing Director, Global Business Initiative

“There is no substitute for experiential learning in a foreign setting as a means of not only developing one’s full potential but also seeing through the lenses of other cultures the vastness of human achievement.” — ARTHUR DONG, Teaching Professor of Strategy and Faculty Director, Hong Kong Program

“International experiences afford students not only the opportunity to develop a better understanding of different cultures but also a firm appreciation of the impact of cross-cultural awareness on business ethos, decisions, and development.” — MONIJA AMANI, Assistant Dean and Director of Global Programs, Undergraduate Program

Global Business Fellows Program The Global Business Fellows Program is an innovative partnership between Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The program includes three distinct elements: INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM The program teaches fundamental principles of business with required coursework in international affairs, economics, and languages. This combination of courses enables students to conceptualize and solve challenges that impact business and public policy on a global scale. GLOBAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE The capstone of the Global Business Fellows Program is our Global Business Experience course, in which students partner with a multinational organization on a consulting project to address the client’s business challenges. The course culminates in a weeklong, international trip to present recommendations to senior management in the client organization.

PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAMMING Students have several opportunities to interact with economic leaders and public policy decision-makers in Washington, D.C. Students from Georgetown McDonough and School of Foreign Service are eligible to apply for admission to the Global Business Fellows Program in their sophomore year. Fellows will be designated on a student’s transcript and will receive a certificate at graduation.

“The integrated curriculum of the Global Business Fellows Program provides a great opportunity to embrace both disciplines of business and international affairs. The best part is that it teaches you the business tools and allows you to apply them in a global setting. I also really like the speaker events and taking classes with people who share the same passion for global business.” — SIYU (ERA) QIAN (B ’17)

McDonough Summer Abroad Programs The McDonough School of Business offers customized summer programs to allow students to further their global experience while completing two business courses — six Georgetown credits — at well-known institutions abroad. Programs are four to six weeks long, and courses are taught by faculty from partner universities and Georgetown McDonough.

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (BARCELONA, SPAIN) This five-week program at ESADE, one of the world’s top business schools, combines intensive classroom instruction in global entrepreneurship and marketing with visits to key centers of economic activity that play a vital role in Barcelona’s economy and exemplify the city’s entrepreneurial environments. Students also engage in language and cultural seminars. » COURSES: STRT 280: Entrepreneurship MARK 229: International Marketing

“Participating in the ESADE summer program has truly been one of the best decisions that I have made at Georgetown. We were immersed in both a challenging and captivating learning environment at ESADE, which helped me understand the importance of global business and the value of cross-cultural communication. The program gave me the opportunity to cultivate my intellectual and cultural curiosity.”

PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS STUDYING ABROAD

— KAMLI SIRJUE (B ’16)

2014

54%

2015

55%

COMPARATIVE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM) This six-week program at Oxford University compares business functions in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States. During their stay, students live on the campus of historic Trinity College, just a few yards from the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera, and benefit from Oxford’s traditional teaching methods in lectures, seminars, and tutorials. Students also visit leading British firms to experience global business and intercultural exchange firsthand. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management FINC 250: International Finance

Class of 2010 2011 2012 2013

47% 51% 53% 51%

GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: THE ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (HONG KONG) Located in Hong Kong, one of Asia’s most dynamic cities, this four-week program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong combines course lectures and seminars in business strategy and intercultural communication with visits to prominent business and cultural sites. Students meet government and industry leaders to gain insight into the important role that Hong Kong plays at the crossroads of global commerce. In addition, students experience the city’s unique culture, language, and customs. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management MGMT 205: Intercultural Communication


At no other time has a global perspective been more important in business education. Through participation in innovative programs such as the Global Business Fellows Program, Global Business Experience course, and study abroad and internship opportunities around the world, students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business will cultivate the necessary skills to succeed as future global leaders.

“To truly understand globalization, you need to be exposed to global environments. Our students have multiple opportunities to get this firsthand exposure.” — RICARDO ERNST, Professor of Operations and Managing Director, Global Business Initiative

“There is no substitute for experiential learning in a foreign setting as a means of not only developing one’s full potential but also seeing through the lenses of other cultures the vastness of human achievement.” — ARTHUR DONG, Teaching Professor of Strategy and Faculty Director, Hong Kong Program

“International experiences afford students not only the opportunity to develop a better understanding of different cultures but also a firm appreciation of the impact of cross-cultural awareness on business ethos, decisions, and development.” — MONIJA AMANI, Assistant Dean and Director of Global Programs, Undergraduate Program

Global Business Fellows Program The Global Business Fellows Program is an innovative partnership between Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The program includes three distinct elements: INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM The program teaches fundamental principles of business with required coursework in international affairs, economics, and languages. This combination of courses enables students to conceptualize and solve challenges that impact business and public policy on a global scale. GLOBAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE The capstone of the Global Business Fellows Program is our Global Business Experience course, in which students partner with a multinational organization on a consulting project to address the client’s business challenges. The course culminates in a weeklong, international trip to present recommendations to senior management in the client organization.

PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAMMING Students have several opportunities to interact with economic leaders and public policy decision-makers in Washington, D.C. Students from Georgetown McDonough and School of Foreign Service are eligible to apply for admission to the Global Business Fellows Program in their sophomore year. Fellows will be designated on a student’s transcript and will receive a certificate at graduation.

“The integrated curriculum of the Global Business Fellows Program provides a great opportunity to embrace both disciplines of business and international affairs. The best part is that it teaches you the business tools and allows you to apply them in a global setting. I also really like the speaker events and taking classes with people who share the same passion for global business.” — SIYU (ERA) QIAN (B ’17)

McDonough Summer Abroad Programs The McDonough School of Business offers customized summer programs to allow students to further their global experience while completing two business courses — six Georgetown credits — at well-known institutions abroad. Programs are four to six weeks long, and courses are taught by faculty from partner universities and Georgetown McDonough.

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (BARCELONA, SPAIN) This five-week program at ESADE, one of the world’s top business schools, combines intensive classroom instruction in global entrepreneurship and marketing with visits to key centers of economic activity that play a vital role in Barcelona’s economy and exemplify the city’s entrepreneurial environments. Students also engage in language and cultural seminars. » COURSES: STRT 280: Entrepreneurship MARK 229: International Marketing

“Participating in the ESADE summer program has truly been one of the best decisions that I have made at Georgetown. We were immersed in both a challenging and captivating learning environment at ESADE, which helped me understand the importance of global business and the value of cross-cultural communication. The program gave me the opportunity to cultivate my intellectual and cultural curiosity.”

PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS STUDYING ABROAD

— KAMLI SIRJUE (B ’16)

2014

54%

2015

55%

COMPARATIVE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM) This six-week program at Oxford University compares business functions in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States. During their stay, students live on the campus of historic Trinity College, just a few yards from the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera, and benefit from Oxford’s traditional teaching methods in lectures, seminars, and tutorials. Students also visit leading British firms to experience global business and intercultural exchange firsthand. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management FINC 250: International Finance

Class of 2010 2011 2012 2013

47% 51% 53% 51%

GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: THE ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (HONG KONG) Located in Hong Kong, one of Asia’s most dynamic cities, this four-week program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong combines course lectures and seminars in business strategy and intercultural communication with visits to prominent business and cultural sites. Students meet government and industry leaders to gain insight into the important role that Hong Kong plays at the crossroads of global commerce. In addition, students experience the city’s unique culture, language, and customs. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management MGMT 205: Intercultural Communication


At no other time has a global perspective been more important in business education. Through participation in innovative programs such as the Global Business Fellows Program, Global Business Experience course, and study abroad and internship opportunities around the world, students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business will cultivate the necessary skills to succeed as future global leaders.

“To truly understand globalization, you need to be exposed to global environments. Our students have multiple opportunities to get this firsthand exposure.” — RICARDO ERNST, Professor of Operations and Managing Director, Global Business Initiative

“There is no substitute for experiential learning in a foreign setting as a means of not only developing one’s full potential but also seeing through the lenses of other cultures the vastness of human achievement.” — ARTHUR DONG, Teaching Professor of Strategy and Faculty Director, Hong Kong Program

“International experiences afford students not only the opportunity to develop a better understanding of different cultures but also a firm appreciation of the impact of cross-cultural awareness on business ethos, decisions, and development.” — MONIJA AMANI, Assistant Dean and Director of Global Programs, Undergraduate Program

Global Business Fellows Program The Global Business Fellows Program is an innovative partnership between Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The program includes three distinct elements: INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM The program teaches fundamental principles of business with required coursework in international affairs, economics, and languages. This combination of courses enables students to conceptualize and solve challenges that impact business and public policy on a global scale. GLOBAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE The capstone of the Global Business Fellows Program is our Global Business Experience course, in which students partner with a multinational organization on a consulting project to address the client’s business challenges. The course culminates in a weeklong, international trip to present recommendations to senior management in the client organization.

PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAMMING Students have several opportunities to interact with economic leaders and public policy decision-makers in Washington, D.C. Students from Georgetown McDonough and School of Foreign Service are eligible to apply for admission to the Global Business Fellows Program in their sophomore year. Fellows will be designated on a student’s transcript and will receive a certificate at graduation.

“The integrated curriculum of the Global Business Fellows Program provides a great opportunity to embrace both disciplines of business and international affairs. The best part is that it teaches you the business tools and allows you to apply them in a global setting. I also really like the speaker events and taking classes with people who share the same passion for global business.” — SIYU (ERA) QIAN (B ’17)

McDonough Summer Abroad Programs The McDonough School of Business offers customized summer programs to allow students to further their global experience while completing two business courses — six Georgetown credits — at well-known institutions abroad. Programs are four to six weeks long, and courses are taught by faculty from partner universities and Georgetown McDonough.

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (BARCELONA, SPAIN) This five-week program at ESADE, one of the world’s top business schools, combines intensive classroom instruction in global entrepreneurship and marketing with visits to key centers of economic activity that play a vital role in Barcelona’s economy and exemplify the city’s entrepreneurial environments. Students also engage in language and cultural seminars. » COURSES: STRT 280: Entrepreneurship MARK 229: International Marketing

“Participating in the ESADE summer program has truly been one of the best decisions that I have made at Georgetown. We were immersed in both a challenging and captivating learning environment at ESADE, which helped me understand the importance of global business and the value of cross-cultural communication. The program gave me the opportunity to cultivate my intellectual and cultural curiosity.”

PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS STUDYING ABROAD

— KAMLI SIRJUE (B ’16)

2014

54%

2015

55%

COMPARATIVE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM) This six-week program at Oxford University compares business functions in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States. During their stay, students live on the campus of historic Trinity College, just a few yards from the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera, and benefit from Oxford’s traditional teaching methods in lectures, seminars, and tutorials. Students also visit leading British firms to experience global business and intercultural exchange firsthand. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management FINC 250: International Finance

Class of 2010 2011 2012 2013

47% 51% 53% 51%

GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: THE ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (HONG KONG) Located in Hong Kong, one of Asia’s most dynamic cities, this four-week program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong combines course lectures and seminars in business strategy and intercultural communication with visits to prominent business and cultural sites. Students meet government and industry leaders to gain insight into the important role that Hong Kong plays at the crossroads of global commerce. In addition, students experience the city’s unique culture, language, and customs. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management MGMT 205: Intercultural Communication


At no other time has a global perspective been more important in business education. Through participation in innovative programs such as the Global Business Fellows Program, Global Business Experience course, and study abroad and internship opportunities around the world, students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business will cultivate the necessary skills to succeed as future global leaders.

“To truly understand globalization, you need to be exposed to global environments. Our students have multiple opportunities to get this firsthand exposure.” — RICARDO ERNST, Professor of Operations and Managing Director, Global Business Initiative

“There is no substitute for experiential learning in a foreign setting as a means of not only developing one’s full potential but also seeing through the lenses of other cultures the vastness of human achievement.” — ARTHUR DONG, Teaching Professor of Strategy and Faculty Director, Hong Kong Program

“International experiences afford students not only the opportunity to develop a better understanding of different cultures but also a firm appreciation of the impact of cross-cultural awareness on business ethos, decisions, and development.” — MONIJA AMANI, Assistant Dean and Director of Global Programs, Undergraduate Program

Global Business Fellows Program The Global Business Fellows Program is an innovative partnership between Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The program includes three distinct elements: INTERDISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM The program teaches fundamental principles of business with required coursework in international affairs, economics, and languages. This combination of courses enables students to conceptualize and solve challenges that impact business and public policy on a global scale. GLOBAL BUSINESS EXPERIENCE The capstone of the Global Business Fellows Program is our Global Business Experience course, in which students partner with a multinational organization on a consulting project to address the client’s business challenges. The course culminates in a weeklong, international trip to present recommendations to senior management in the client organization.

PUBLIC POLICY PROGRAMMING Students have several opportunities to interact with economic leaders and public policy decision-makers in Washington, D.C. Students from Georgetown McDonough and School of Foreign Service are eligible to apply for admission to the Global Business Fellows Program in their sophomore year. Fellows will be designated on a student’s transcript and will receive a certificate at graduation.

“The integrated curriculum of the Global Business Fellows Program provides a great opportunity to embrace both disciplines of business and international affairs. The best part is that it teaches you the business tools and allows you to apply them in a global setting. I also really like the speaker events and taking classes with people who share the same passion for global business.” — SIYU (ERA) QIAN (B ’17)

McDonough Summer Abroad Programs The McDonough School of Business offers customized summer programs to allow students to further their global experience while completing two business courses — six Georgetown credits — at well-known institutions abroad. Programs are four to six weeks long, and courses are taught by faculty from partner universities and Georgetown McDonough.

GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (BARCELONA, SPAIN) This five-week program at ESADE, one of the world’s top business schools, combines intensive classroom instruction in global entrepreneurship and marketing with visits to key centers of economic activity that play a vital role in Barcelona’s economy and exemplify the city’s entrepreneurial environments. Students also engage in language and cultural seminars. » COURSES: STRT 280: Entrepreneurship MARK 229: International Marketing

“Participating in the ESADE summer program has truly been one of the best decisions that I have made at Georgetown. We were immersed in both a challenging and captivating learning environment at ESADE, which helped me understand the importance of global business and the value of cross-cultural communication. The program gave me the opportunity to cultivate my intellectual and cultural curiosity.”

PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS STUDYING ABROAD

— KAMLI SIRJUE (B ’16)

2014

54%

2015

55%

COMPARATIVE STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT (OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM) This six-week program at Oxford University compares business functions in Great Britain, Western Europe, and the United States. During their stay, students live on the campus of historic Trinity College, just a few yards from the Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera, and benefit from Oxford’s traditional teaching methods in lectures, seminars, and tutorials. Students also visit leading British firms to experience global business and intercultural exchange firsthand. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management FINC 250: International Finance

Class of 2010 2011 2012 2013

47% 51% 53% 51%

GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: THE ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (HONG KONG) Located in Hong Kong, one of Asia’s most dynamic cities, this four-week program at the Chinese University of Hong Kong combines course lectures and seminars in business strategy and intercultural communication with visits to prominent business and cultural sites. Students meet government and industry leaders to gain insight into the important role that Hong Kong plays at the crossroads of global commerce. In addition, students experience the city’s unique culture, language, and customs. » COURSES: STRT 283: Strategic Management MGMT 205: Intercultural Communication


Global Business Experience students visit Camp Nou stadium, home of Futbol Club Barcelona, in March 2014.

Global Social Internship Program Rooted in Jesuit values, the Global Social Internship Program provides undergraduate students with a transformative platform to engage in service learning through an internship opportunity in Central America. Students complete a five-week business internship in Nicaragua with the Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers underserved children and their families in Nicaragua through education and nutrition. Internship activities include projects such as teaching the fundamentals of business to high school students and helping them identify business opportunities in their communities. Interns also work with school administrators to help improve the business curriculum, focusing on management and entrepreneurship. Participants will receive a stipend of $2,500 and free housing for the duration of the internship.

“My experience with Fabretto was unforgettable! Not only did I get an opportunity to meet incredible people, but I also was able to apply my business teaching to a real-life global setting.” —ARI NEWSOME (B ’17)

Additional Global Opportunities STUDY ABROAD Through Georgetown’s Office of Global Education, McDonough students have numerous opportunities for study abroad at more than 75 universities and colleges in 40 countries. Most programs are completed during the third year of study and include options for fall semester, spring semester, full academic year, or summer programs.

Global Business Experience The Global Business Experience is a three-credit, semester-long class that integrates business disciplines with international policy and consulting. In this course, students conduct a substantive consulting project for an international business or organization (private, public, or nonprofit). Under faculty supervision, students work together to address the organization’s unique, complex business challenges. In addition, students interact with the policy community through visits

to organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Spanish Embassy. The project culminates in a weeklong trip to the client location, where students present their findings and recommendations to senior management. The Global Business Experience course also counts as an elective for the International Business major.

SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Every summer, the McDonough School of Business hosts short-term programs for Italian students from Università Bocconi and Chinese students from Beijing’s Central University of Economics and Business. McDonough students have the opportunity to interact with these students to exchange academic and cultural perspectives.

For more information about global programs, please contact: Monija Amani, Ed.D. Assistant Dean Director, Global Programs Undergraduate Program Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 120 37th and O Streets NW Washington, DC 20057 (202) 687-3851 msbundergrad@georgetown.edu msb.georgetown.edu/programs/ undergraduate

MCDONOUGH GLOBAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION To support international students, the McDonough Global Student Association (MGSA) — a student-run club — was established in 2011. With nearly 200 members, MGSA organizes seminars and annual conferences and helps coordinate the Undergraduate Program Office’s Global Embassy Series. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

GLOBAL PROGRAMS


Global Business Experience students visit Camp Nou stadium, home of Futbol Club Barcelona, in March 2014.

Global Social Internship Program Rooted in Jesuit values, the Global Social Internship Program provides undergraduate students with a transformative platform to engage in service learning through an internship opportunity in Central America. Students complete a five-week business internship in Nicaragua with the Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers underserved children and their families in Nicaragua through education and nutrition. Internship activities include projects such as teaching the fundamentals of business to high school students and helping them identify business opportunities in their communities. Interns also work with school administrators to help improve the business curriculum, focusing on management and entrepreneurship. Participants will receive a stipend of $2,500 and free housing for the duration of the internship.

“My experience with Fabretto was unforgettable! Not only did I get an opportunity to meet incredible people, but I also was able to apply my business teaching to a real-life global setting.” —ARI NEWSOME (B ’17)

Additional Global Opportunities STUDY ABROAD Through Georgetown’s Office of Global Education, McDonough students have numerous opportunities for study abroad at more than 75 universities and colleges in 40 countries. Most programs are completed during the third year of study and include options for fall semester, spring semester, full academic year, or summer programs.

Global Business Experience The Global Business Experience is a three-credit, semester-long class that integrates business disciplines with international policy and consulting. In this course, students conduct a substantive consulting project for an international business or organization (private, public, or nonprofit). Under faculty supervision, students work together to address the organization’s unique, complex business challenges. In addition, students interact with the policy community through visits

to organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Spanish Embassy. The project culminates in a weeklong trip to the client location, where students present their findings and recommendations to senior management. The Global Business Experience course also counts as an elective for the International Business major.

SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Every summer, the McDonough School of Business hosts short-term programs for Italian students from Università Bocconi and Chinese students from Beijing’s Central University of Economics and Business. McDonough students have the opportunity to interact with these students to exchange academic and cultural perspectives.

For more information about global programs, please contact: Monija Amani, Ed.D. Assistant Dean Director, Global Programs Undergraduate Program Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 120 37th and O Streets NW Washington, DC 20057 (202) 687-3851 msbundergrad@georgetown.edu msb.georgetown.edu/programs/ undergraduate

MCDONOUGH GLOBAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION To support international students, the McDonough Global Student Association (MGSA) — a student-run club — was established in 2011. With nearly 200 members, MGSA organizes seminars and annual conferences and helps coordinate the Undergraduate Program Office’s Global Embassy Series. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

GLOBAL PROGRAMS


Global Business Experience students visit Camp Nou stadium, home of Futbol Club Barcelona, in March 2014.

Global Social Internship Program Rooted in Jesuit values, the Global Social Internship Program provides undergraduate students with a transformative platform to engage in service learning through an internship opportunity in Central America. Students complete a five-week business internship in Nicaragua with the Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit that empowers underserved children and their families in Nicaragua through education and nutrition. Internship activities include projects such as teaching the fundamentals of business to high school students and helping them identify business opportunities in their communities. Interns also work with school administrators to help improve the business curriculum, focusing on management and entrepreneurship. Participants will receive a stipend of $2,500 and free housing for the duration of the internship.

“My experience with Fabretto was unforgettable! Not only did I get an opportunity to meet incredible people, but I also was able to apply my business teaching to a real-life global setting.” —ARI NEWSOME (B ’17)

Additional Global Opportunities STUDY ABROAD Through Georgetown’s Office of Global Education, McDonough students have numerous opportunities for study abroad at more than 75 universities and colleges in 40 countries. Most programs are completed during the third year of study and include options for fall semester, spring semester, full academic year, or summer programs.

Global Business Experience The Global Business Experience is a three-credit, semester-long class that integrates business disciplines with international policy and consulting. In this course, students conduct a substantive consulting project for an international business or organization (private, public, or nonprofit). Under faculty supervision, students work together to address the organization’s unique, complex business challenges. In addition, students interact with the policy community through visits

to organizations such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the Spanish Embassy. The project culminates in a weeklong trip to the client location, where students present their findings and recommendations to senior management. The Global Business Experience course also counts as an elective for the International Business major.

SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS Every summer, the McDonough School of Business hosts short-term programs for Italian students from Università Bocconi and Chinese students from Beijing’s Central University of Economics and Business. McDonough students have the opportunity to interact with these students to exchange academic and cultural perspectives.

For more information about global programs, please contact: Monija Amani, Ed.D. Assistant Dean Director, Global Programs Undergraduate Program Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building, Suite 120 37th and O Streets NW Washington, DC 20057 (202) 687-3851 msbundergrad@georgetown.edu msb.georgetown.edu/programs/ undergraduate

MCDONOUGH GLOBAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION To support international students, the McDonough Global Student Association (MGSA) — a student-run club — was established in 2011. With nearly 200 members, MGSA organizes seminars and annual conferences and helps coordinate the Undergraduate Program Office’s Global Embassy Series. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

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