See first-hand what real ethical leadership looks like.
Ethics OnSite takes learning beyond the classroom — and to a whole new level. Successful applicants will spend a day on-location at The World Bank Group headquarters in Washington D.C. exploring ethical challenges and opportunities. Since 1947, The World Bank has funded over 12,000 development projects, via traditional loans, interest-free credits, and grants, that are designed to end poverty and boost prosperity for the world’s poorest people. Read more
Living overseas is a dream that many people share. Justin Lightfield, a One Year MBA student, has the same dream.
Originally from Ohio, Justin graduated with an undergraduate degree in Urban Planning from the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning before moving to Washington D.C. to begin his career. After a couple of years, Justin wanted to advance his career and find better work-life balance, so he began to look around. Read more
All businesses manage risk. As risk continues to evolve in the domains of cybersecurity, catastrophe, terrorism, environmental, and more, the solutions necessary must also become more creative. Currently, four professionals retire for each worker that enters the industry, so there is a huge need for new, diverse talent across the globe.
Since 2014, the University of Colorado – Denver Business School’s Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program has offered a unique Global Risk Management course to develop the next generation’s expertise to understand and contribute to challenging risk solutions. Read more
The sports and entertainment industry accounts for more than 250 billion dollars every year. Lucky for CU Denver students, a study abroad course was designed years ago to teach and engage students with this industry in a global setting.
The Maymester London Calling course offers a group of business students high-level access to exciting global organizations in the sports and entertainment industry. Read more
Students in the CU Denver Accelerated MBA program certainly made the most use of their time in Europe this March by visiting 10 cities across three different countries.
By meeting with various executives across a wide spectrum of industries including investment banking, newspapers, and manufacturing facilities, students gained real-world international knowledge and connections. Read more
Last Thursday, the third floor of the Tivoli Student Union was packed with students from all across the Rocky Mountain region. Over 400 students from Metro State University, CU Colorado Springs, University of Denver, Colorado Christian University, and CU Denver attended the International Business & U student conference put on by the World Trade Center Denver. Read more
As the sun rises on my first day on a study abroad trip in Dubai, I’m able to get a view of my surroundings for the first time. I immediately take notice of two large cranes just a stone’s throw away from my window. For a short time, I watched the construction workers toil about in an amazingly efficient fashion.
I decided to pay a quick visit to the local market shop to purchase some essentials for the days to come. Read more