International Study Tours

Nothing beats first-hand experience when it comes to understanding different markets and cultures. Join our Study Tour as an elective to earn credits for your MBA and learn from experienced faculty members as they take you to different parts of the world including Israel, India and South Korea. Local company visits, management talks, networking events and cultural experience sessions with local executives will be arranged so you can gauge the market situation up close and gain experience-based market insights. Below are a few of our recent field trips:

Study Tour to United States – Silicon Valley & San Francisco
Topic: Technology & Innovation
Company visits: IBM, Google, Facebook, Stanford University: Start-X

Study Tour to Mexico
Topic: The Interconnections Between Latin America and Asia
Company visits: The Abraaj Group, Endeavor Mexico, eConduce, Gauss Energia

Study Tour to India
Topic: Sustainability & Rise of India
Company visits: TATA Group, JSW Steel, IndusInd Bank, Eureka Forbes

Study Tour to Israel
Topic: Starts-up Nations
Company visits: Light Tricks, Wibbitz, Nice System, Innovation Africa

Study Tour to Korea
Topic: The Rise of Korea – Miracle of the Han
Company visits: Hana Financial Group, Naver, Cheil, Korea Exchange


There can never be a place as good as London to learn about Brexit and FinTech, particularly at this historic moment in time. I was very excited to have the opportunity to visit and feel the pulse of the development of these two key themes. Through the talks and lectures, we had many opportunities to engage in discussions on strategy, leadership, operations, and technology with politicians and executives from the global business world, well-known consulting firms and dynamic startups. They are the driving forces of the economy and collectively shaping the future. I was deeply impressed with the leaders’ passion and confidence despite the difficulties they face. I am very grateful to the kind instructors and alumni for helping us with such a memorable and wonderful trip. A bonus was a visit to Oxford Foundry, a new entrepreneurial hub at Oxford University recently opened by Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Selina Zhao Intake 2017 Marketing ManagerAccenture