Along with numerous options for studying abroad, the Neidorff School of Business encourages students to take advantage of other international business opportunities. From studying Chinese business in Shanghai to interning at businesses in Madrid, students have many valuable ways to apply their business knowledge across the globe.
Trinity in Cuba
Trinity in Cuba
Discover the city’s oldest neighborhood and learn its historic, architectural, and cultural significance.
We will travel to Cuba’s largest cities and most important historical centers. Including visits to UNESCO Heritage Sites.
The Spanish Economy and the European Union
A Summer in Madrid, Spain
For business students considering work in Spanish markets, Trinity's Summer in Madrid (part of the Mexico, Americas, and Spain [MAS] program) offers full immersion in Spanish culture and business practice. For six weeks, students hold internships at businesses across Madrid while living with host families.
Seen as a gate to European Union dynamics, Spain is the ideal setting for students to experience first-hand the shaping of the E.U. Students are exposed to business decisions that impact not only Spanish and Latin American marketplaces, but define the economic and political future of the E.U. In past trips, students have met in private with Spain’s former President José María Aznar, and have worked in top agencies, corporations, and other influential business.
Trinity Shanghai Summer Program at Jiao Tong University
The summer program at Jiao Tong University covers diverse topics relevant to the economic relationship between China and the U.S., including public policy and governance, international trade, the Chinese currency system, and the growth of China and its growing influence in the international sphere. We discuss the political repercussions of the rise of China, particularly in the context of the multilayered relationship between the U.S. and the so-called "Middle Kingdom."
As the center of gravity of the world moves east, it is essential to understand China in order to understand today’s globalized economy. Program participants experience the day-to-day realities of government regulations, business policies and practices in China, building knowledge of Chinese government, its economy and complex political climate. Students note that it's a great way to break out of the Trinity, San Antonio, and Texas "bubbles" in order to "learn something about yourself you wouldn't have learned otherwise."
Participants earn 6 credit hours in BUSN, CHIN, ECON, PLSI, or URBS, and the program counts as study abroad experience and to fulfill the international internship requirement of the international business concentration. The two-track program offers an applied field-work research track or an internship track in the field of your choice.
Trinity Japan Program
Join us on an exploration of the world’s most fascinating country. We will learn about contemporary Japanese society, business economy, politics, and cultural traditions. During our stay, we will learn about what life is like for college students, sample the local culinary treats, discuss the country’s major social challenges, experience the pop culture, and much more!
The Study Abroad Office can help you find an opportunity based on your interests and/or studies.
Study Abroad Office