Joseph W. Luter, III School of Business

Study Business Abroad

Expand your horizons

We encourage our students to include a study abroad program in their business degree plans. While many schools around the world offer business courses, our study abroad initiative focuses on AACSB -accredited institutions.

Luter is excited to announce that we now have an exchange agreement with Kozminski University in Warsaw Poland beginning in spring 2018. We will also have an exchange program with the Adam Smith School of Business in the University of Glasgow in Scotland beginning fall 2018. We are currently working with the Rennes Business School in France and that exchange should be confirmed within the year. With an exchange program Luter students will travel and study for a term in one of these three universities and students from those business schools will come and study for a term here in Luter. More specific information on the new exchange programs will be posted soon.

Luter also has a summer program for marketing and management students led by Luter faculty. Sign up for this course is in the fall for the following summer.

There are a variety of other universities with AACSB accreditation that offer courses that can transfer back to CNU as pre-business, business core and business major courses such that students can take a term to study abroad and to continue to progress toward their business degrees.

For additional information on these and other study abroad opportunities, including how and when to apply, visit CNU's study abroad website then make an appointment with the staff in the study abroad office and start planning your study abroad experience.

The Luter Board of Advisors offers a small stipend to help defray the additional costs of travel and housing while students are enrolled in approved courses.

AACSB Accredited Programs

The following schools are AACSB-accredited and offer courses in English that allow a student to continue in a timely progression towards a CNU BSBA degree.

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