Pitt Business Exchange Program Overview
Pitt has over 40 exchange university partners worldwide, and of these, 6 programs are exclusive to Pitt Business students. Exchanges are either semester- or year-long programs, and offer students the opportunity to become well-versed and integrated into the host country and culture, to experience student life in a new and exciting way. Through an exchange, students will not only develop key skills that are transferable to their professional lives, but experience personal growth as well. Students can participate in exchanges after completing 3 semesters at Pitt.
Berlin School of Economics
The Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) was founded in 2009 through a merger of the Berlin School of Economics and FHVR Berlin. Boasting three campuses, you will be based at the main campus in the Schöneberg neighborhood of Berlin, which is only about 11 minutes from the Brandenburg Gate. BSEL partners with over 90 colleges and universities all over the world, meaning that you will have access to an extensive course list and cultural ambassadors from across the globe.
Read all of the Berlin School of Economics Exchange Program student blogs here.
University of Augsburg
The University of Augsburg was established in 1970. As a comprehensive institution, it has been consistently ranked as one of the top 50 universities in Germany. Augsburg is located in Bavaria and is the third largest city in the region, making it the ideal mixture of big city flair and cozy charm. As an exchange student at Augsburg, you will not only have classes with local German students but also be surrounded by many other international exchange students from all stretches of the globe.
KEDGE Business School
As an exchange student at KEDGE Business School (KEDGE BS), you will be part of a University that was founded in 2013 and has an MBA program that is ranked 2nd nationally after only a year. A merger of BEM-Bordeaux Management School and Euromed Management School created Kedge, a university with hundreds of international partnerships and a policy to send nearly 100% of its students to foreign universities for the full Kedge experience. As part of the Marseille campus, you will join students of more than 40 different nationalities that make Kedge a uniquely diverse school.
Read all of the KEDGE Business School Exchange Program student blogs here.
NEOMA Business School
Founded in 2013, the NEOMA Business School was created by a merger between the Rouen Business School, founded in 1871, and the Reims Management School, founded in 1928. The successful merger is due to a long-lasting history between these two prestigious institutions, and students now enjoy increased resources and access to world-class professors. NEOMA is dedicated to innovation and social responsibility, and their international management curriculum attests to their commitment to diversity and cultural competence in the business world.
Read all of the NEOMA Business School Exchange Program student blogs here.
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Pompeu Fabra (UPF) was founded in 1990 and has already has risen to one of the elite universities in the world. The New York Times ranked it 13th among the top 100 universities under 50 years old, and you will be in the company of the 600 international exchange students a year that decide to study at this modern and elite university.
Located in the urban center of Barcelona and steps away from the sea, Pompeu Fabra offers students an unrivaled education in a variety of disciplines in a truly global environment. From volunteering to meeting with an advisor in your field of study, Pompeu Fabra makes it easy to take full advantage of your exchange.
Read all of the University Pompeu Fabra student blogs here.
Vienna University of Economics and Business
Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) is the largest business and economics university in Europe, and it hosts 450 annual exchange students from 210 universities and 50 countries. Ranked as an elite European business school, WU moved to a state-of-the-art campus in 2013 that boasts modern buildings from famous architects like Zaha Hadid. With a student body of 20,000, you will make plenty of Austrian and German friends while learning from 400 distinguished professors.
Read all of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Exchange Program student blogs here.
Pitt Exchange Program Overview
With over 80 exchange programs to choose from, there are a variety of programs and locations Pitt students can participate in. There are 10 specific countries with over 20 universities to choose from that align well with the Pitt Business academic track. Interested in learning more about exchange programs? Visit this link for more information.
For a student perspective on exchange programs, check out these blogs.
Panther Programs Overview
Each and every one of our international programs invites you to take a step outside your comfort zone and apply what you have learned in the classroom. Explore the wide variety of programs that range from Bolivia to China, and explore how you can go To the World!
Read all of the Panther Program student blog posts here.