Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs awarded the University of Colorado Denver’s Institute for International Business a study grant for Business School students to visit Japan through the Kakehashi Project. Accepted participants will leave for the weeklong trip to Japan at the end of November.
The purpose of this program is to promote an understanding of Japan’s economy, business, history, culture, and U.S.-Japan Read more
In September 2016, eight GEM students traveled to London to complete GEMM course 6690 – Special Topics. GEMM 6690 is an elective course designed to provide international or domestic learning opportunities.
The course is a week-long travel course concentrated on problem-solving within the energy industry. Over the week abroad, students have the opportunity to meet with industry leaders and glean international understanding and perspective on current issues by visiting of over 15 sites. Read more
Grecia Portillo, a rising junior at the CU Denver Business School, recently completed a summer abroad program in Hong Kong, after being awarded a highly prestigious full-ride scholarship from The Fund for American Studies. As a world traveler and student pursuing an international business degree with a minor in Mandarin, Portillo jumped at the opportunity to continue her education in China. Read more
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is excited to announce a new study abroad Winterim in Havana, Cuba! Join CU Denver Professor of Management Barry McConnell for an 11-day exploration into a country once barred from trade and travel with the United States.
While abroad, students will participate in discussions with entrepreneurs and tech start-ups about the challenges they face as they facilitate Cuba’s economic shift from communism to capitalism, and the country’s subsequent reintegration into the regional market. Read more
The Excess and Surplus Lines (E&S) niche of the global risk industry continues to grow, as the world becomes ever more complex and intertwined. Emerging risks such as cyber, super strain pandemics, and global warming are complicated, impact us all, and require creative and experienced risk professionals to develop solutions to protect businesses and individuals. Read more
As current and future business leaders, it is incumbent upon us to recognize how our worldview is different from others and expand our perspectives through new and different experiences. The CU Denver Business School’s11-Month MBA cohort had the opportunity, as part of our degree, to travel to Europe to do just that. In February, about halfway through the program, we traveled for two weeks through parts of Germany, France, and Belgium. Read more