The Haskayne School of Business offers an International Exchange Program to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce program and has partnerships with over 30 leading business schools worldwide. Studying abroad is an excellent way to internationalize your academic experience, which is also valuable to have on your resume. Students can take courses (business and non-business) that count towards their BComm requirements, so a study abroad term does not have to result in delayed graduation.
The Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office and the International Business Students’ Association (IBSA) collaborate together in many ways, including the Buddy Program for incoming international exchange students and the CIM Grant. In order to be eligible for the CIM Grant, students must have a membership with IBSA and complete exchange-related volunteering (whether through the IBSA blog, Buddy Program, or one of the events run through the Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office), in addition to the other eligibility requirements. (Please visit the Haskayne International Exchange cost & funding webpage for more information.)
For more information on the Haskayne International Exchange Program, please visit the Haskayne International Exchange website with one of the exchange advisors in the Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office to discuss the exchange program in more detail.
Find where you will go next
Global Business in Asia: New Horizons (HKU) (non-exchange program, tuition paid to HKU)
HEC Montreal Business French Summer School (BFSS) (non-exchange program, tuition paid to HEC Montreal)
SMU Global Summer Programme (SMU) (non-exchange program, tuition paid to SMU)