Ryan is a Leeds alumnus and the Founder & CEO of BRIC Language Systems. He is an entrepreneur with ample experience doing business abroad. Ryan states that “if you’re looking for something to do during the summer that will challenge you, get you out of your comfort zone, let you see the world and change your life, do an internship abroad.” Read the entire article here.
Congratulations to faculty member Antonio Papuzza for winning the 2015 Campus Global Citizen Award! This award is in in recognition of his outstanding contributions to promote international understanding. We appreciate all your efforts and accomplishments! The award will be presented during International Education Week at a special awards ceremony and reception on Wednesday, November 18, 4:30 pm to 6 pm in the JD Abrams Student Cultural Lounge in the Center for Community on the CU-Boulder campus.
Faculty member Antonio Papuzza held the innagural Go Global Boot Camp the week before fall semester began at Leeds. Students received daily lectures, global career coaching and took away a daily deliverable to put towards their Global Portfolio, as outlined in this press release.
Seven Leeds students joined University of Kansas students in the 2014/15 Global Marketing Seminar in India. The program takes students to Habitat Technology Group and Vizhinjam Port Authorities for a combination of visits and sessions at the Asian Business School in Trivandrum, as described in this press release.
Highlights the new First Year Global Experience programs to Ecuador in partnership with the Diversity Scholars Program.
Highlights the Global Initiatives at Leeds which are taking experiential learning to new heights—including the Andes, the Great Wall of China, and the sky ...
The Leeds School strives to create a global mindset for its graduates through its Global Initiatives, a variety of trips to different parts of the world to introduce students to aspects of the global economy.
Leeds will start new partnerships with international business schools to cultivate both research and curricular opportunities.
With almost a quarter of this fall’s MBA class coming from international countries, this strong global perspective is adding an important dimension to the classroom, particularly as businesses of all sizes enhance their global strategies.
Since 1987, hundreds of undergraduate business students have had the opportunity through the Leeds School to immerse themselves in the business and financial issues of Europe through the London Seminar in International Finance and Business.
Focuses on the global agility and impact of Leeds alumni.