Global Applied Projects (GAP)

The Global Applied Projects (GAP) program is an opportunity for Fisher College of Business MBA students to gain international experience by working on real world business challenges in global locations for Fisher corporate partners and project sponsors. GAP combines a spring semester, second session international consulting/project management course and a three-week May term in-country, immersive living and work experience.

Follow our MBA students as they practice business in 8 countries across the globe.

Abercrombie, United KingdomAbercrombie – United Kingdom

Deepak Ahuja
Andrew Loman
Marcus Mann
Abhishek Pandey
Saanket Singhai
David Zimmerman

ABG, IndiaAditya Birla Group (ABG) – India

Kyle Bushey
Ponnu Jacob
Minggang Li
Andrew Otey
Gopika Ravi
Tada Yamamoto

Barclays Bank, BotswanaBarclays Bank – Botswana

Wenzhao Bi
James Goetter
Joseph Langlitz
Richard Littlefield

Columbus Industries, ChinaColumbus Industries (1) – China

Ashesh Mehta
Biswajeet Panigrahi
Luke Pontius
Douglas Prah
Neeti Tyagi
Hong Zheng

Columbus Industries (2) – China
Douglas (Rob) Kane
Ayrton C. Kretli Castro
Manish Kumar
Preethi Raghuraman
Shane Stumvoll
Chung-Hsuan Teng

Greif, KenyaGreif – Kenya

Adriana Castro Garcia
Sarang Nampoothiri
Jennifer Rindler
Christopher Siple
Gregory Watts

GWI, TanzaniaGWI – Tanzania

Dadrien Barnes
Jacob Kuss
Jeffrey Martin
Andrew Richlen
Tyler Roumas
Alexander Sichko

OneHealth, EthiopiaOneHealth – Ethiopia

Arghya Das
Kelly Dimmen
Terry Do
Kyle Eberst
Carrie Gellenbeck
Vikram Sharma

RGB, China and GermanyRGBarry – Germany

Ankit Agrawal
Priyanka Marwaha
Joseph Stilphen
Alex Teuscher
Andrew Wolff

RGBarry – China
Sahil Kaura
Jingchen Liu
Volodymyr Manko
Nathaniel Park
Bijal Patel
Xiaoran Sun