The College of Business Administration at UNL offers a variety of study abroad opportunities.
Students can study business topics, culture and/or language in England, Japan, Italy,
China and France or participate on one of many other options through UNL Study Abroad.
England - Oxford
The Nebraska at Oxford program is UNL's most popular study abroad program. Open
to all majors, students have the opportunity to earn six credit hours, experience
the culture of Great Britain, learn about economic issues and Shakespeare, and travel
The Business, Culture and Language (BCL) Program at Senshu University in Tokyo,
Japan is open to all students but is of particular interest to students studying
International Business, Japanese, Asian Studies or International Studies. Students
can earn 17 credit hours in this fall semester program.
The CIMBA Program is open to all students, particularly those studying Business,
Communication and Journalism. Students can study during a semester or summer program
and earn between 6-18 credit hours, study with students from all around the United
States, gain leadership training and skills and travel throughout Europe.
ESCEM is considered to be the "Ivy League" university in France. Students have the
opportunity to study business and French culture through this fall semester program.
SEND US YOUR FANTASTIC PHOTOS!
We are excited to present the first annual College of Business Administration Study
Abroad Photo Contest! Students have the opportunity to share their international
study abroad experience and photography skills with their peers. We are looking
for photos that capture the essence of a study abroad experience.
Studying abroad gave me the opportunity to try new things, see amazing places, and
make memories that will last a lifetime! I learned a lot from my professors as well
as about myself and the world as a whole. No matter where you go, studying abroad
is always worth it and will be a life changing experience.
BSAD Student, CIMBA Program
Flags of the Nations! (left to right) England - Oxford, Japan - Senshu, Italy -
CIMBA, France - ESCEM