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Building Your World in the Real World

At Brandeis International Business School (IBS), international career preparation is far from hypothetical. From faculty thought leadership to international guest lecturers to our ever-growing alumni community, our students benefit from deep and meaningful exposure to global networks. They also dive in first-hand, visiting areas of interest through study abroad, immersion programs and international industry treks

Students emerge World Ready - equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in a vibrant global job market. 

Going Global? Download our free e-book on starting an international career at an international business school.

Our Global Thought Leaders

Professor Andy Molinsky at Brandeis International Business School
Professor Andy Molinsky teaches a course by his book of the same name: Global Dexterity. He's a frequent contributor to news outlets including Harvard Business Review, Fast Company and more.

Former Dean Bruce Magid shares insights on the intersection of economics and politics in Venezuela.

Professor (on leave) Catherine L. Mann
is the Chief Economist for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).  

Professor John Ballantine
 traveled to Saudi Arabia, France, Austria and the United Arab Emirates to assist a PhD student with dissertation research. The two met with leading energy firms, NGOs and government officials. 

Professor and Interim Dean Peter Petri has developed a model to estimate impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Professor Nader Habibi discusses the economic impact of lifted Iranian sanctions.

Professor George Hall calculates the impact of America's debt on the international economy. 

Our Global Footprint - International Curriculum, Clubs and More

Brandeis International Business School offers international opportunities to its studentsVIDEO: What does it mean to be #RealWorldReady? Learn about our school's global reach and international focus. Watch...

Our programs are ranked by the Financial Times, The Princeton Review, The TFE Times, and international publications including America Economia and Expansion magazines. Learn More...

International immersion programs give students an inside look at the political, historical and social factors that influence global economic decisions. Read More...

VIDEO: Our Global Gala is a school-wide celebration of international cultures and relationships. Watch...

Global Industry Treks introduce students to networks and career resources in countries and companies around the world. Learn More...

Students participate in and lead internationally focused clubs including Global Markets Investment Club, ALPFA, Chinese Student and Scholars Association and more. Learn More...

The school's Latin America Initiative and Asia-Pacific Center focus on research, company partnerships, and other engagement work in those regions. Learn More...

#RealWorldReady - Alumni Profiles

Mendsaikhan Dashjil, MBA '15, Mongolia: "Relocation [to graduate school] helped me come out of my comfort zone and understand the real-world scenarios in diverse business cultures."

Tiwonge Ghambi, MBA '11, Malawi: "Don't undermine the possibility of making an impact in a completely new environment or country."

Werner de Merode, MBA '10, USA: 
"It's learning from other people...their perspectives reflect what the world looks like."

Nisha Sheth, MA '00, India: "Be open to different experiences. When you're uncomfortable, that's when you grow the most."

Nils Teissier du Cros, MBA '11, France: "After graduation, my broad knowledge helped me land jobs...dealing with the biggest wineries in the U.S."

Ebenezer Amoh, MA '13, Ghana: "What I love about Brandeis is that it gives you the freedom to explore."

Cecilia Maya, MA '00, PhD '04, Colombia: "The international environment at Brandeis left a big impression on me. It was like traveling the world every day."

Yuki Hasegawa '09, MA '10, Japan: "I learned to be nimble and how to interact with, and lead, a team of people who come from very different cultures, backgrounds and perspectives."

Emily Rumanek, MA '07, MBA '09, Canada: "Engaging with people about how they would address business problems based on their backgrounds and understanding similarities despite more obvious cultural differences is something you can't get anywhere else."