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Undergraduate International Programs & Resources

From semesters abroad to case competitions, the Global Business Center (GBC) has many resources for the internationally-minded undergraduates. Be sure to join our Global Business Center Undergraduate Weekly Newsletter to learn about these opportunities and more. Also see our downloadable GBC Undergraduate Programs Overview Handout.

Foster School Study Abroad Options

The Foster School offers a variety of study abroad opportunities – students can spend a couple weeks, a month or a full semester overseas. Check out the programs and set up a study abroad advising appointment to learn more.

Inbound Foster School Exchange Students

Information for undergraduate business students from partner business schools.

Hovind Global Leaders Program

Take your leadership skills to the next level with the Hovind Global Leaders Program.

Global Business Center Scholarships

Apply for support for your study abroad program – only open to Foster School students!

Study Abroad Photo Contest

Annual photo contest for students who studied or interned abroad.

Foster Global Ambassador (FGA) Program

Meet and engage with inbound international exchange students. Be their ambassador and show them around Foster, UW and Seattle!

Undergrads Go Global Blog

Read about Foster School students that are studying abroad all over the world.

Global Business Case Competition

This annual international case competition brings together undergraduate university students from the United States and 10-12 other countries to compete in a fast-paced and challenging business case study.

Russell Investments International Case Competition (RIICC) Global Case Competition

Open to all undergraduate students, this case competition is held in November annually, and allows students apply their skills to a real-life international business problem.

Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB)

Add CISB to your business school option, and gain an international perspective needed in today’s global marketplace.

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Read the Undergrads Go Global blog