No matter where you are in your program of studies, you can choose from a broad portfolio of global learning opportunities.
International exchange programs allow USC students to spend a semester to year abroad at top Universities in Europe, Asia, or Australia. Marshall Majors or business minors can volunteer to host an international exchange student, providing exchange students with a smooth transition to USC. (also offered at USC’s Dornsife Overseas Study Program)
Global Leadership Program(GLP) is open by invitation to the most academically talented of Marshall’s first-year students. Students enroll in a leadership seminar during their first year, and travel over spring break to China to meet executives from regional and international companies.
Learning About International Commerce (LINC) is an experiential learning opportunity that exposes all incoming first-year business majors to business practices. Our LINC international programs feature a two-unit course in international business coupled with an 8-day trip abroad to meeting with business leaders in executives in some of the world’s most thriving economic hubs such as Hong Kong, Santiago, Sydney, Singapore, and Taipei, among others.
Experiential Corporate Learning Program(ExCEL) sends students abroad for 10-day trips to meet with businesses and government officials. The program is open to all students and is not linked to any particular course.
Global Brigades @ Marshallis a week-long global service learning program that aims to improve sustainability and the human condition in rural Panama and Ghana.
Case Competitions are a yearly set of international case competitions, and we are proud to say that we have won a number of them!
Global Summer Internship Programis 9-week internship overseas in Dublin, London, Madrid, Singapore, New Delhi and Sydney, offered with top-notch companies that include Deutsche Bank Group, The Walt Disney Company, L’Oreal and Viacom.
Think Impactoffers summer social entrepreneur internships via their Innovation Institute Scholars Program in Kenya, Ghana, South Africa and Rwanda. Students live and work with community entrepreneurs in rural Africa to identify and evaluate supply chains and develop socially innovative businesses.