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Global

THINK GLOBAL

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The College of Business Administration at Kent State University encourages you to develop personally and professionally by engaging in any of a variety of international learning experiences.


GLOBAL MANAGEMENT CENTER (GMC)

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The Global Management Center (GMC) strives to advance international business education opportunities, advance global research through industry partnerships and provide an international stage for students, faculty and the public to learn and engage in best global business practices. 

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PARTNERSHIPS

The Global Management Center (GMC) works with select business development organizations in Northeast Ohio to further mutual commercial and educational interests. Each semester GMC and its partners sponsor a speaker bureau and series that brings business leaders to campus to discuss with students and area managers the new challenges U.S. firms face in the global economy. In addition, GMC offers internships through its partnerships to its students that help Northeast Ohio firms compete in foreign markets.

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EDUCATION ABROAD

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Internships are offered during the fall, spring and summer semesters. The number of hours, program requirements and prerequisites vary by major. You should consult with your academic advisor to determine your eligibility and better understand how an internship may further your career interests and progress toward your degree. Look below to learn more and explore your options.

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INTERNATIONAL INTERNSHIPS

Internships are offered during the fall, spring and summer semesters. The number of hours, program requirements and prerequisites vary by major. You should consult with your academic advisor to determine your eligibility and better understand how an internship may further your career interests and progress toward your degree. Look below to learn more and explore your options.

Jaquelyn Stephens

​“I found the internship within the Geneva Program to be very rewarding. Not only do I feel as though I have gained a competitive edge over my peers, but I also developed a better understanding of what I am able do with my field of study upon graduation.”

 

JACQUELYN STEPHENS 

Junior, Economics major, International Business for Business Students minor and Political Science minor 

Interned for International Emissions Trading Association in Geneva, Switzerland

 

 

 

Currently, there are internships available in the following locations:


CONTACT US

Bob Hisrich

Robert D. Hisrich, PH.D.

Associate Dean for Graduate and International Programs
Bridgestone Chair of International Marketing

rhisric1@kent.edu
330-672-2772