The best business schools prepare you for global careers

Business schools triple accredited by AACSB AMBA EQUIS prepare their graduates for global careers

Global graduates for a borderless world

In a digitally connected world, where English is a global language, working abroad is a realistic option. The Destination of Leavers in Higher Education (DLHE) survey found that, of almost 270,000 2016/17 UK graduates, over 14,500 were working overseas six months after graduating. The best business schools support you to enrich your learning by experiencing professional life or study in a foreign country. As a result, their alumni work in global organisations and multinational companies all over the world.

Examples of business schools preparing graduates to work all over the world

Study & work abroad

The best business schools encourage international student mobility. They see it as an exciting and challenging way to gain additional valuable experience and skills to boost your job prospects. Experiencing a different country and alternative culture will build your confidence and broaden your horizon; you'll make new friends and improve your language skills (though you'll most likely study in English). 


  • Loughborough School of Business and Economics has links with 40 partners in Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,  Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Uruguay and the US. If you study abroad for a year, you can gain a Diploma in International Studies (DIntS) as well as your degree.
  • The Global Experience Week at Imperial Business College London allows MBA students to travel to China to explore business in the second largest economy in the world, gaining a deeper insight into international issues through company visits, seminars and meetings with alumni.
  • Newcastle University Business School's global internships last between four and six weeks during the summer holiday period. Currently programmes are offered in India, China, Tanzania and Rwanda, working with organisations including the Reserve Bank of India, National Institute of Securities Markets and Tata Group. 
  • The University of Exeter Business School is part of the prestigious QTEM (Quantitative Techniques for Economic Management) network of 25 academic and 14 corporate partners. After a quantitative internship and additional semester’s study, students qualify for a QTEM certificate, endorsing their enhanced quantitative and analytical experience and skills.

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