TCU Neeley offers you a global perspective on business with opportunities to travel to Asia, Europe and South America, where you’ll learn about fascinating international challenges from business execs in technology, supply chain, pharmaceuticals, banking and more. TCU Neeley professors teach these 3-semester-hour elective courses between regular semesters – and TCU's travel grants make the trips affordable.

Dragon bridge in Da Nang

MBA/MS Supply Chain – Vietnam

Dates Abroad: January 6 - 14, 2024
Deadline to Register: September 22, 2023
Open to Neeley Graduate Students

Enhance your international business perspective by traveling to Ho Chi Minh and Da Nang, Vietnam. You’ll interact with various global companies, conduct a global business project and explore cultural sites, including a tour of Cholon, the War Remnants Museum and a cooking class.

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Santigo skyline with snow-covered mountains in the background

The Impact of Cultural Lens on Business - Santiago, Chile

Dates Abroad: May 11 - 18, 2024
Deadline to Register: January 30, 2024
Open to Neeley Graduate students

Experience multinational business issues in Santiago Chile! We will explore firsthand global business issues such as bilateral trade between US and Chile, sustainability in agriculture and mining, challenges in the retail and technology sector and more. Students will also have the opportunity to “learn while doing” through a “Business Challenge” consulting project with a local company. We will learn about the business challenge in our pre-trip classes and then visit the company when we are in country. A variety of cultural visits will also be provided. This program will meet for 3 classes prior to travel.

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Downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil

MBA Online – South America

Dates Abroad: January 6 - 13, 2024
Deadline to Register: September 22, 2023
Open to Online PMBA Students

Experience multinational business issues in two dynamic cities in South America – Santiago, Chile and Sao Paulo, Brazil. We will explore global business issues in the two cities, such as managing across cultures and addressing current and future challenges that companies and industries may face.

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