If you're serious about international business, you should study abroad for at least a semester. Your expenses should be approximately the same as your expenses at MSU (plus travel and personal expenses). Many of your pre-approved courses will count toward your JJCBE degree requirements, and you'll gain valuable experiences that will help you grow personally and professionally.
The JJCBE offers exchanges with colleges of business in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden, and France.
Current direct Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship (JJCBE) exchanges are:
Euromed Marseille Ecole de Management, Kedge Business School (France)
Business School (Sweden)
Other recommended direct business school exchanges are:
Hundreds of other
international exchange opportunities are also available to
you through the
Click here for a list of MSU Study Abroad opportunities for JJCBE Students which have business classes in English.
To be eligible for a JJCBE exchange, you must be formally admitted to the JJCBE by the time you depart on the exchange, and must satisfy the criteria listed in the application (available in Reid 338). Deadlines for application for JJCBE exchange programs are October 15 for the spring semester and March 15 for the fall semester, although the JJCBE uses a rolling admission process so you are strongly urged to start the process earlier. Exchanges offered through the Office of International Programs have different application procedures. The JJCBE offers the Bracken International and Armistead Fellowship for qualified students.
For further information contact:
Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship
Bracken Center for Excellence in Undergraduate Business Education
457 Reid Hall
P.O. Box 173040
Montana State University
Bozeman, Montana 59717-3040