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.
View all 2015 GAP program blog posts or choose a team below.

Aviation – Canada

Read posts by

Kirti Barry
Keith Jones
Jackson Kantruss
Natalia Megrabyan
Adityaa Vaidyanathan
Teryn Wessel

CVGroup – China

cvg-chinaRead posts by

Joseph Case
Susan Ferger
Chengcheng Gao
Sumanth Hejjaji

CVGroup – United Kingdom

Read posts by

Nishant Goyal
Ben Prater
Abhijit Saha
Adam Tedrick

Greif-GTM – Kenya

Read posts by

Kerri Klidas
Travis Nevels
John Petersen
Andrew Rudman
Alison Schwalbe
Seth Wagner

Greif-PD – Kenya

greif-pd-kenyaRead posts by

Ariella Indianto
Justin Kazensky
Santiago Lopera
Ryan McClellan
Akshay Nagaich
Molly Tafrate

GWI – Tanzania

gwi-tanzaniaRead posts by

Elliott Etheridge
Carlos Garcia
Zach Hyndman
Christian Medeiros
Mike Sargent
Nicholas Ward

MES – Mexico

mes-mexicoRead posts by

Avinash Gupta
Rui Hu
Nisha Janardhanan-Nair
Anna Klatt
Zachary Petrak
Vignesh Thiyagarajan

OneHealth – Thailand

onehealth-thailandRead posts by

Kevin Espenschied
Qianyun Ge
Matthew Herridge
Thomas Hoffer
Hai Nghiem
Matthew Williams

Philips – China

philips-chinaRead posts by

Ian Ballard
Dandan Chen
Rebecca Kimball
Sourabh Malhotra
John Stubbs
Yuming Zhao

Western Digital – Netherlands

wd-netherlandsRead posts by

Joseph Gavin
Sammy Hamzah
Oxana Komarova
Sreekanth Krishnakumar
Eric Mundt
Coralia Nunez