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International Business Programs

The College of Business now offers six different student semester exchange programs. Students can choose to visit the American College of Thessaloniki in Greece, EBS Business School in Wiesbaden, Germany, EM Strasbourg, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Tecnológico de Monterrey and Universidad de Chile. A semester abroad is a life-changing experience that expands students international experiences. In addition to these study abroad experiences through the College of Business, UTSA's International Programs office also offers additional opportunities.

If you are interested in a semester abroad contact the Office of International Business Program for more information (210) 458-6447.

The American College of Thessaloniki American College Thessaloniki, Greece
ACT is a historical institution which has been serving students in the southeastern region of Europe since 1840. The city is located next to the Mediterranean Sea and is home to many significant museums and many other historical monuments alongside modern restaurants and entertainment outlets. ACT is the only institution in Greece with full-time American accreditation. Click here to learn more about ACT.
EBS Business School, Wiesbaden, Germany
EBS is a highly-rated private business school in Germany that holds the prestigious international EQUIS accreditation. It is located in the heart of the Rhine-Main region, a major economic and cultural center of Europe. EBS students have easy access to Frankfurt, home of the European Central Bank. German language courses are offered free of charge to UTSA exchange students. Click here to learn more about EBS.

EM Strasbourg, France
EM Strasbourg opened its doors in 1919, and since 2000 it has been constantly ranked in the top 15 business programs in France. The business school hosts almost 3,000 students, which includes over 500 international students from 200 different colleges around the world. Strasbourg is located in North France in the province of Alsace, which borders Germany (and a 4 hour drive from Paris). Click here to learn more about EM Strasbourg.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
HKPU has one of the largest business schools in the Asia-Pacific region. Through the exchange, you will meet students from around the world, broaden your global outlook, travel in Asia and develop your independence. Due to the fact that Hong Kong was a British colony for over 100 years, English is widely spoken there, but Cantonese is the main dialect. Click here to learn more about HKPU.

Tecnológico de Monterrey (Monterrey Tech)
Tecnológico de Monterrey was founded in 1943, and it has branches in many areas across Mexico. The university has many different faculties, and it focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship. One of the main goals of Tecnológico de Monterrey is to find solutions that would help overcome local challenges. This opportunity is only available for Spanish speaking students as the courses offered are predominantly in Spanish. Click here to learn more about Monterrey Tech.

Universidad de Chile
Universidad de Chile was founded in 1842, and it’s the oldest higher education facility in Chile. The university is located in Chile’s capital, Santiago, and its campuses are spread all around the city. Santiago is a vibrant and colorful city with many attractions and entertainment venues. This opportunity is only available for Spanish speaking students as the courses offered are predominantly in Spanish. Click here to learn more about the Universidad de Chile.



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