If the idea studying abroad alone is a little intimidating consider traveling with your classmates and professor! Our faculty-led programs are short-term study abroad or research opportunities led by one or more faculty who are passionate about bringing the classroom to life by utilizing educational experiences in the real world.

Summer 2024

GERMANY -Mercator School of Management

June 9 - 23, 2024

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Program Details

BGEN 365: Global Supply Chain Management (Andreas Thorsen, [email protected])

ACTG 491/591: Global Occupational Fraud Examination (Angela Woodland, [email protected])

Earn up to 3 credits.

Program Costs

A $350 deposit due before Spring Break.

Total:  ~$2,100 (covers the following):

  • All lodging
  • ground transportation
  • program excursions
  • breakfasts; some lunches and dinners
  • Welcome & Farewell receptions

Does not include: Tuition, flight, souvenirs or free time activities.

*Scholarships available. Click here for a list of MSU and Jabs scholarships. Please contact the Dean's Office: [email protected] if you have any questions.*

MSU students and faculty in Germany

2023 Faculty-led study abroad cohort in Germany.

Click here for an MSU story about this program to Germany.


To learn more about MSU's faculty-led programs, please visit https://www.montana.edu/international/studyabroad/facultyledstudyabroad.html.

Past Programs


The College offered an Entrepreneurial and Small Business Experience trip to London, England. The most recent trips were coordinated by Mike Gold, assistant teaching professor of marketing. Gary Bishop, an associate teaching professor of management, coordinated the first trip to London, England, June 2016. The two-week trips were organized between Jabs and International Studies Abroad (ISA).

Students and faculty in London, Summer 2019

Photo of the 2019 group in London.

Click here for the 2016 photos.

Click here for the Summer 2017 trip photos.