Global Business Experience
The Global Business Experience is a three-credit class that integrates learning in the business disciplines with international policy and consulting.
Global Business Fellows Program
Global Business Fellows (GBF) is a joint program between the McDonough School of Business and the Walsh School of Foreign Service. GBF will educate leaders who can conceptualize and solve global economic challenges by expanding their perspective, acquiring a solid foundation in business, while understanding the impact of international policy on the worldwide economy.
The Georgetown-ESADE summer program in Global Entrepreneurship and Marketing offers Georgetown business students the rare opportunity to spend five weeks at one of the world's most prestigious business schools in Spain.
Georgetown University's summer program in Comparative Strategic Management at Oxford University in England is a six-week program that gives students the opportunity to advance their knowledge of management and international finance.
Hong Kong, China
This four-week program is designed to enable McDonough students to undertake study in business strategy and intercultural communication in Hong Kong, one of Asia’s most dynamic and fascinating cities.
Global Social Internship Program (GSIP)
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business in collaboration with Fabretto Children's Foundation, has established a partnership that enables undergraduate Georgetown students to apply for a summer internship in Nicaragua. Interns receive a stipend of $2500 for their five weeks of work in Nicaragua.
Study Abroad Opportunities
Georgetown McDonough students have numerous opportunities for undergraduate study abroad at one of more than 75 international universities and colleges in 35 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.