The Daniels School of Business is dedicated to making study abroad an integral part of the academic experience and easy as possible for every interested student. We encourage you to include one of these global programs into your plan of study.
The following programs are Daniels School-approved because of the quality of business courses that are offered at these reputable institutions. In addition to the school's Nancy H. Handel Study Abroad Program, business students are eligible to participate in other campus-wide programs offered through the Study Abroad office.
Queensland University of Technology – Exchange & Study Australia
Duration: Semester or 2 semesters
Program: Business is QUT's largest faculty, attracting over a quarter of the university's enrollments, and is also one of the largest business faculties in Australia. Through various collaborations with industry and professional bodies, QUT is a key player in the business community with extensive local and international links. Students can take courses in Accounting, Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations, Economics, Finance and Management.
For more program information, please visit the Queensland University of Technology Purdue Study Abroad Program Details
Sydney Internship – Purdue Administered
Program: Sydney is one of the most exciting cities in the world, an invigorating multi-cultural metropolis which blends an intoxicating contemporary energy with a fascinating history and a stunning natural site. The Sydney Internship Program combines a three-credit unpaid internship with a three-credit academic course over a seven-week period. The Sydney program is designed to allow students to study and work in an international setting while developing an appreciation for Australian culture.
For more program information, please visit the Sydney Internship Purdue Study Abroad Program Details
London Internship – Purdue Administered
Location: London, United Kingdom (England)
Program: Interns will live in London, one of the world's most cosmopolitan and international cities, and commute to work by 'tube.' London is filled with museums, art galleries, and major tourist attractions including Big Ben, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. The London Internship Program combines a three-credit unpaid internship with a three-credit academic course over a seven-week period. The London program is designed to allow students to study and work in an international setting while developing an appreciation for British culture.
Visit Purdue Study Abroad for more information.
CIEE – Barcelona Business and Culture – Co-sponsored
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Program: The Business and Culture Program at CIEE Barcelona is designed for students who have a strong interest in business and economics and who have no previous Spanish language ability or have completed one to three university semesters of Spanish. This program is administered by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), a 200-university academic consortium. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain's 17 provinces. The distinctive history and language of this port city are the products of a continuous influx of different cultures. The CIEE study center is located at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
For more program information, please visit the CIEE – Barcelona Business and Culture Purdue Study Abroad Program Details
CIEE – Seville Business and Society – Co-sponsored
Location: Sevilla, Spain
Program: The Business and Society Program at CIEE Sevilla is designed for students with advanced Spanish language ability who want to understand Spain's economy and business management principles in the context of the European Union. Courses in business, economics, social sciences, and the humanities are available. The program is administered by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), a 200-university academic consortium. Sevilla is the political, religious, cultural and intellectual capital of Andalucia. The city's cathedral and the royal Alcazar Palace, located in the historic city center, exhibit the influences of the Muslim, Jewish and Christian cultures that flourished in Sevilla until the late 15th century. The program is located in the School of Economics and Business of the University of Sevilla.
For more program information, please visit the CIEE – Seville Business and Society Purdue Study Abroad Program Details
Exchange - Students participating in exchange programs will be enrolled as regular students at the partner university but pay tuition to Purdue.
Co-sponsored - Students accepted by these programs pay the program fees plus a Purdue Study Abroad fee.
Direct Enroll - Students accepted into a direct enroll program pay the tuition and fees assessed by the institution or university as well as a Purdue study abroad fee and for emergency medical insurance.
Purdue Administered - Programs which are designed and administered by the Study Abroad office and typically take place over the summer.
Departmental Programs - Programs which are designed and organized by a particular department or school at Purdue.