The Global Management Experience (GME) is a four-credit course that emphasizes analytical work during the first half of the spring semester on campus, and culminates with a field study to Asia during Spring Break. Each year the countries and cities are changed. Pre-travel course work includes exploration of economic, governmental, and social factors that affect the conduct of business, and ethics, in a variety of industries and contexts. During our week abroad, you’ll visit business executives, government leaders and entrepreneurs, observing first-hand the application of management principles and strategies in the global arena. We also host social events with BU alumni in the area!
While GME is hosted in Questrom, the program is open to, and undertaken by, students from schools and colleges across Boston University. We strive to provide business visits and course content that appeals to anyone who is interested in global experiences, whether that’s business, international relations, hospitality, engineering, or anything between!
2020 Destinations: Hong Kong and Shanghai!
“I cannot fully articulate the influence that your program has had on me in one email. It has truly broadened my horizon in a way that no other Questrom course could have.”
“The trip exceeded my expectations (which were already pretty high). I learned so much and had so much fun, my only wish would be that we had a little longer. I am more appreciative of your help and support than I could ever express in words.”
“I have never before taken a class that immersed me so much into another culture and economy as this class did. In addition, it taught me not only practical and analytical skills but also life skills that in my opinion take you much further in your career and life goals.”
“The class was one of the best courses I took at BU… Incredible coordination in planning the trip and invaluable knowledge, experience, and networking opportunities.”
“Thank you for launching this program at BU. It has changed my life in ways that I yet can’t explain. The people I’ve met, the friends that I’ve made, and the places we visited impacted me greatly.”