Students today realize that living abroad is not only an adventure, it has become increasingly important for success in a global society. They see international study as an excellent way to gain an advantage in applying to graduate school and getting a job.
But the rewards of international student exchange are not just practical. They are also personal. Studying abroad exposes students to fresh ideas and different cultures. It allows students to confront new and challenging situations, and to try out their decision-making skills away from their parents and the comforts of home. Traveling abroad and staying with a host family also strengthens young people's coping skills, and, as a result, increases their maturity, confidence, independence, and critical skills for the demands of the next stages of their lives: college, career and family.
If you aren't sure about going for a whole semester why not enroll in our Spring semester study abroad course!
For Spring 2019 we traveled to Germany!!
“Ever since I started applying for colleges people have told I need to experience studying abroad and this trip has truly shown me why everyone feels so strong about it. The opportunity to experience a new culture and learn about new things is something nobody should pass up. Being able to get away from home and take part of an entirely new environment for a week was eye-opening. The places we got to see were breath-taking and I most likely would have never got to see them if not for the school. Each day we spent there I learned something new and developed a deeper respect for German Culture. All that being said, the trip is something I honestly believe all business students should do. Developing your understanding on other cultures could prove to be a great benefit as knowing how other parts of the world operate could boost your success.” - Nicolas Gurrieri
Martin Tuchman School of Management has a number of academic partnerships with universities in seven countries. These partnerships provide opportunities for student and faculty exchanges and collaborative research. The current agreements are with the following schools: