Recent Weatherhead undergraduates have studied in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
Are you interested in exploring other cultures or spending part of your college experience overseas? Through Case Western Reserve University's Study Abroad program, our undergraduate students have experienced a host of countries in every continent except Antarctica! Looking for a program specifically for Weatherhead students? We offer MGMT 315: International Management Institute, a short-term study abroad program that focuses on international business in one of three countries.
Sophomores and juniors in good academic standing (2.0 or above cumulative GPA) can participate in semester-long study abroad. Note that many programs require higher GPAs than 2.0. Because we believe freshmen should take at least a year to adjust to campus life, freshmen are not eligible for semester- or year-long study abroad programs. University policy states that students must earn in residence a minimum of 60 semester hours, of which at least 30 must be earned after the student achieves senior status, so seniors who choose to study abroad for a semester or longer should consult their advisors to see whether they can meet the senior residency requirement. In most cases, financial aid and scholarships can be used to cover study abroad expenses.
Short-term faculty-led programs such as MGMT 315 - International Management Institute may have unique participation requirements and interested students should see individual program requirements for more information.
For more information Weatherhead undergraduates should contact the Center for International Affairs Office of Education Abroad which is located on campus in Tomlinson Hall, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216.368.2928. For students interested in the International Management Institute, email Tiffany Welch or call her at 216.368.2058.