Berkeley Haas Global Access Program
Join the brightest minds in global business at the University of California!
We have partnered with the University of California, Berkeley to offer the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) to students enrolled in the Master of Global Business.
This program, taught by world-class faculty from Haas School of Business, offers students the chance to study one or two semesters at University of California, Berkeley in the innovation hub of the Bay Area and Silicon Valley.
What the program looks like
You can choose to attend the BHGAP for one or two semesters, as part of your Master of Global Business program and receive a Berkeley Haas Certificate.
Complementing the in-class learning is a range of special program enhancements including visits to Silicon Valley companies, one-on-one career coaching, networking events with Berkeley students, and inspiring lunch talks with top Berkeley Haas faculty.
For more information please see the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program Overview.
|Part A||Part B|
|Master of Global Business||8 mastery units||8 application units|
|Master of Global Business with one BHGAP semester||8 mastery units|
4 application units
|Master of Global Business with two BHGAP semesters||8 mastery units||8 unit equivalent in BHGAP|
The program fee is $21,900 (USD) per semester, plus a $100 (USD) application fee payable directly to University of California, Berkeley. There are no fees payable to Monash during the period of study in the BHGAP program.
Please visit the BHGAP site for more information about inclusions
To give students firsthand experience of how a U.S. company operates, the Global Access Program offers an Internship Experience. For more information please visit the BHGAP website.
Students who participate in two semesters of the Global Access Program and an internship may be eligible to apply for authorisation to undertake paid temporary work in the U.S.
For more information about this opportunity please visit the Berkeley website.
Yes, international students are eligible to apply for the BHGAP program.
Please check your visa requirements before participating in the program.
Contact your course director: Associate Professor Paul Kalfadellis.