Smith School of Business at Queen's University – Globally Connected

Study at Queen's

Due to the strong international reputation of Smith School of Business, our programs attract students from around the world, including full-time students, exchange students and international double-degree students. In the past three years, we have welcomed students from over 40 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. Typically, international students have comprised close to 50% of our MBA and Master of International Business classes, and every year we receive almost 500 international exchange students in our graduate and undergraduate programs.

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Study Abroad

In keeping with our global perspective, Smith School of Business maintains student exchange partnerships with over 100 top business schools in 38 countries around the world. Optional student exchanges are offered in our Bachelor of Commerce program (where over 80% of our students elect to go on an international exchange) and our full-time MBA program. In our Master of International Business program, an international exchange is mandatory. As well, several international double degree options are also available in our MIB program.

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"The Asian MBA exchange opportunity at the National University of Singapore provided me with an incredible opportunity to gain an international perspective on business. It enabled me to learn about the strategies of Asian firms and their perceptions of North American business. As well, it gave me the opportunity to create an international network of MBA candidates from all over the world."

Meredith Slemko – MBA 2011

Centre for International Management

The mandate of the Centre for International Management is to coordinate all international activity within Smith School of Business. A large part of this activity is the coordination of international study opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students. This includes exchange programs, international internships and individual study abroad initiatives. The Centre also works with faculty to facilitate research and teaching abroad as well as assisting visiting faculty who wish to come to the School for either a short term visit or sabbatical.

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Goodes Hall

Goodes Hall, home of the Centre for International Management