Sport Management

Sport Management students can gain another perspective on the sporting standards of the world, learning more about how other nations view sports, and analyzing international business models. Step out into the world, rev up your resume, and earn academic credit by studying abroad in locations such as Australia, Chile, Germany, Japan, Poland, and many more.

Accounting

United Kingdom

Academic Advise

FIRST YEAR AND SOPHOMORE STUDENTS

First Year Students

The earliest you can go abroad is the summer of your first year.

Students may fulfill General Education Foundation and/or Issues requirements abroad.

Sophomore Students

Students may fulfill General Education Foundation and/or Issues requirements abroad.

Business Core courses that are approved as being equivalent to ACC 212, BUS 201, MGT 268, STA 215, ECO 210 and ECO 211, could be completed. Please note that the business system studied, must be the US system so that you will be prepared for upper level courses in the Seidman curriculum, for which these courses are pre-requisites.

SEIDMAN BUSINESS PROGRAM (LAST TWO YEARS)

You must be ready to take Seidman upper division courses in order to take 300-400 level business courses abroad. You need to have met the Seidman Success Standards of:

  • Jr. Standing (55 cr. Hours earned);
  • 2.50 overall GVSU GPA;
  • 2.50 GPA in the following courses (ACC 212, BUS 201, ECO 210, ECO 211, MGT 268, STA 215).

The following course categories are available to students who have met the above standards:

• Remaining Seidman Core Courses (with the exception of MGT 495)

• Upper-Division Seidman Electives

• Seidman Major courses (with the possible exception of major capstones).

  • International Business majors are required to take at least 6 credits abroad.

Keep in Mind

  • Once you have selected a program, be sure to meet with your advisor to discuss your academic goal.
  • Be sure to explore both GVSU and External options by browsing the Program Suggestions below. Students are not limited to GVSU study abroad programs.
  • There are several opportunities to intern and or volunteer while abroad.
  • Students can fulfill the General Education Foundation requirements abroad as well as their General Education Issues requirement (reflection paper required). If you take at least 3 credits abroad, your Global Perspectives General Education requirement will automatically be fulfilled.

Seidman College of Business Study Abroad Scholarship

Explore more scholarship opportunities through our scholarship page 

Program Suggestions

You are not limited to the programs listed below.

Explore other external options by using the search engines below. 

GVSU Programs

Program Type

Country

Program, Host Institution, or University Name

Semester

Non-Traditional Academic Year

Partnership

Australia

Macquarie University

Partnership

Australia

University of the Sunshine Coast

External Programs

Program Type

Country

Program, Host Institution, or University Name

Semester

Academic Year

Summer

External

Australia

ISA: University of Sydney

   

External

United Kingdom

ISA: University of Westminster

 

External

United Kingdom

CEA - United Kingdom

   

External

Australia

USAC- University of Melbourne

   

External

France

Sports & Culture

   

External

England / Italy

European School of Economics

 

Explore Other Program Options

Not finding a program on this list that meets your needs? Explore other options.

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Internships

Program Type

Country

Program, Host Institution, or University Name

Varies

Varies

Internships Abroad

To determine the GVSU course equivalencies for courses taken abroad, please view the “How to Request Course Equivalencies” page. For more information email Department Contact below.

Department Contact

Marianne Fischer
1041 L William Seidman Center

fischema@gvsu.edu