Even the most local businesses are impacted by global forces. Enrol in an overseas unit, sign up for a program with one of our global partners and give your résumé a distinctly international flavour.
Monash international campus programs
Issues in global business
Leadership principles and practices
Corporate social responsibility and business ethics
European business and society
Partner institution programs
Peking University, China
Study in Beijing at one of China’s most prestigious universities. You’ll have a chance to take an internship as part of the semester-long program.
Gain experience in both local and global business practices against the backdrop of a 600-year-old university in Seoul.
Spend a semester studying in Japan’s second largest city, with an opportunity to intern with one of the country’s most recognisable companies – Mitsubishi.
Learn about the dynamics, challenges and opportunities involved with doing business in Latin America. Taught in English, this summer program adds up to 12 credit points over two weeks.
Spend your summer building invaluable experience at one of China’s top business schools. The program includes classroom learning, company field trips, executive speaker sessions and unique cultural events.
|Who||Undergraduate and graduate students|
|When||May 2017, July 2017|
Complete 6 credit points over two weeks of study at the Paris School of Business. In January 2018, PSB offers two short programs to International students:
The Doing Business & Entrepreneurship in Europe program aims to develop essential skills for a career in Management/entrepreneurship within Europe. This unit has been assessed by Monash Business School and is eligible for specified credit for BEX3411 Innovation and Entrepreneurship once successfully completed.
The Luxury Brand Management program comprises an in-depth, up-to-date study of the luxury industry. This unit will be accepted as unspecified credit for a 3rd-year elective unit.
For questions about how these units will fit in your Monash course progression, please contact Linda Barrett.
For more information, please download their course brochure. If you are interested, please contact Paris School of Business directly to get the online application form by 15 November. It allows enough time for you to submit the final application by 30 November 2017.
If you have any inquiry about the application process, please contact Matti Loic (email@example.com).
Fees for this unit will need to be paid to the Paris School of Business.
|When||8 -19 January 2018|
|Expression of Interest to PSB||15 November 2017|
|Application to PSB||30 November 2017|
Over two weeks, you’ll visit Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges and Luxemburg as you delve into two of the following majors: Doing Business with Europe; Policies & Politics in the EU; Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Europe; and Social & Demographic Issues.
|Who||Undergraduate students in their final year and graduate students|
The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) gives students from all over the world the opportunity to study in Indonesia. As a Monash Business School student you’ll have access to two programs.
This intensive six-week course will fully immerse you in cross-cultural study. The program kicks off with two-weeks of Indonesian language study alongside industry-led seminars at Atma Jaya University – preparing you for the four-week supervised industry placement that follows.
For: Senior undergraduate students and postgraduate coursework students
When: Early January to mid-February each year
Spend a semester studying a range of themes across business, law and society at the Indonesimic University in Yogyakarta. The program is designed for students with no Indonesian speaking skills, but those with existing skills are also welcome.
For more about the programs and application processes, visit the ACICIS website. There may be New Colombo Plan funding available for some ACICIS programs.
*New Colombo Plan funding (NCP) may be available for some programs.