Brandeis International Business School

Experiential Learning

Students at Brandeis International Business School are immersed in real-world situations that expand their studies beyond the classroom and bring the theories they learn into practice at leading companies and non-profits around the world. They get first-hand education and work experience in a number of ways:

Study Abroad

Study and absorb new cultural and business perspectives while making connections and building relationships around the world. The International Business School has study-abroad programs at 19 international universities.

Internships & Field Projects

Gain work experience while testing your skills in real-life situations. Internships and field projects provide critical opportunities to explore job functions that match your academic and personal interests.

Immersion Programs

Hassenfeld Immersion Programs take students on an international learning experience introducing them to the economies of dynamic overseas markets. Students learn about the countries through class work and discussion panels before traveling for a hands-on experience.

Industry Treks

Industry treks in the U.S. and abroad to learn more about companies, meet alumni and understand career resources within target industries. Past trips have included visits to companies including Deloitte, Facebook, Google, Goldman Sachs and Fidelity.

Bloomberg Lab

Gathering and analyzing real-time financial data in our Bloomberg Lab, which gives access to a world-renowned financial, regulatory and market database.

Hassenfeld fellow Tal Richtman, BA/MA’20, and classmates aboard a sampan boat cruise in Hong Kong’s Aberdeen fishing village.

2019 Hassenfeld Immersion Program

Students at Brandeis International Business School journeyed to China as part of the program.

3-Day Startup

3DS is a 72-hour learning-by-doing campus workshop that teaches entrepreneurial skills to university students in an extreme hands-on environment.

Crisis Game

Each year, students compete to solve an economic crisis in a hypothetical country and propose solutions that are judged by a panel of experts.

Xiaomin Han, a Master of Science candidate studying finance, took the top prize, while Mengyun (Angela) Wu placed second and Riddhish Rege finished in third place

Consulting Case Competitions

International Business School students enter—and win—numerous business case competitions in local, national and global settings.