Study Abroad and Exchange Programs
GSOM students may be able travel outside of the United States to gain hands-on experience addressing global business issues through Clark's Global Programs. Students hoping to take part in one of these programs should first speak to their academic advisor.
Global Business Seminar
Global Business Seminar is an experiential learning course (ELR2) taught each spring semester at Clark's Worcester campus. It includes a week-long trip to an international center of commerce, where students learn about business, economic and cultural environments in the country of study. While abroad, students are taught by Clark faculty, resident business executives, and guest lecturers. Site visits at select international companies are integral to learning objectives and help cohere the lectures, readings and discussions that precede the exciting and busy week abroad. Past Global Business Seminars have included trips to Norway, Amsterdam, Greece, Argentina, France, South Korea, and China. Please contact your academic advisor for more information and to determine your eligibility for the course.
Pantheon Sorbonne Exchange Program
Université de Paris I, Paris, France.
Panthéon Sorbonne is the largest institution in France and is dedicated to the study of literature, languages, civilizations, arts, humanities and social sciences. The Clark GSOM exchange program allows students in the MBA or Master's in Management programs to study abroad for a semester or full year. There are two options, based on student interest and French language skills.
Interested students must pass entrance requirements. Tuition and fees are paid at the home university and are not required at the exchange university. Students participating in the exchange programs are responsible for funding their travel, accommodations and other expenses. Please see your academic advisor for more information and to determine your eligibility for the program.