DePaul's graduate business programs prepare students to work in the global business environment.
Our international study offerings include study abroad and exchange programs for Chicago-based students as well as degree programs for students in Bahrain, which are offered in partnership with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance.
Short-term Study Abroad
During each of the academic breaks (winter, spring and summer), short-term (eight to 10 days) international study tours are available through DePaul University's Study Abroad Program for four hours of course credit. The study tours are open to both graduate and undergraduate students. Study tours provide students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in global business practices and culture.
Long-term Study Abroad
The Driehaus College of Business partners with various universities abroad to give students the opportunity to enroll in courses as exchange students for a full academic term. Tuition is waived at the partner school, but paid to DePaul.
For more information, contact Sherri Henderson, Driehaus Center for International Business
Admissions Coordinator, at (312) 362-6782.
A number of extended overseas study opportunities are available and offer classes to fulfill both liberal studies and business major requirements. Ongoing business programs include locations in London, Budapest, Sheffield, Linkoping, Melbourne and Switzerland. For more about the college's international education opportunities, visit the Driehaus Center for International Business website.
All study abroad programs are facilitated by DePaul's Study Abroad Office. The office provides student advising to ensure that your study abroad experience will be fulfill your academic and personal expectations. All information and application materials are on the Office's website.
For any questions, please contact the Study Abroad Office at email@example.com or (312) 362-6962.
Degree Program Abroad in The Kingdom of Bahrain (For Graduate Students)
DePaul has a long-standing, successful partnership with the Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF). This partnership allows Kellstadt students to complete an entire degree program at BIBF. The following degrees are available:
- Master of Business Administration
- Master of Science in Human Resources
- Master of Science in Finance
Most students are working professionals drawn from the private sector and government ministries. Evening and weekend classes are taught face-to-face in Bahrain in English by Chicago-based DePaul faculty using a cohort format. A few select classes are taught by local faculty.
Short-term Study Abroad in Bahrain
Graduate students studying in Chicago have the unique opportunity to travel abroad and enroll in a Kellstadt course in Bahrain. By studying in Manama, students can experience the diverse culture of this Middle Eastern island country.
To learn more about international business education initiatives, visit the Driehaus Center for International Business.