Brandeis IBS is diverse to its core. With more than 400 students from over 50 countries, there are many different experiences, backgrounds and perspectives present on campus every day. By teaching rigorous business, finance and economics, connecting students to best practices and immersing them in international experiences, Brandeis IBS prepares students from around the globe to become principled professionals in companies and public institutions worldwide.
Faculty & Research
The faculty at Brandeis IBS is also diverse. Many are from outside the U.S. and all have cross-cultural academic teaching and research experience. The school has two research institutes dedicated to the study of global business: the Rosenberg Institute of Global Business, which addresses international finance, and the Asia-Pacific Center for Economics and Business, which conducts research, teaching and outreach on the Asia-Pacific region.
Brandeis IBS has a number of clubs and associations that promote diversity and inclusion across campus. Every year, our students showcase this vibrant cultural diversity by hosting events such the annual Global Gala, which allow students to share music, dance, fashion, and cultural traditions from their country with our community.
Student organizations host a number of distinguished foreign speakers each academic year. Previous guest speakers have included China's Vice Minister of Commerce Fu Ziying and Honduran President Porfirio Lobo (left).