Work as a consultant for a multinational company in another country for 4 weeks this summer!

Program Details

  • General Program Information

    Students will work in consulting teams on a meaningful business project for a company or business. This program is competitive due to the limited number of projects. Each project will have 4-6 students on a team.


    All applicants must meet the following criteria:

    • GPA of 3.0 or greater
    • TOEFL of 90 or higher (if applicable)
    • Not graduating Spring 2018
    • Course Requirements before departure May 2018 (for business students):
      • Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, CSE, Statistics
    • Holds Valid Passport: to apply or renew, go to travel.state.gov
      • Passport expiration date must be after January 1, 2019
    • Maintains Good Standing with Office of Student Conduct
      • At time of application and prior to departure



    Application Opens: September 5th, 2017

    Application Closes: December 20, 2017

    Interviews (if applicable): January 2018

    Students Notified: February 1, 2018

    Deposit Due: February 10, 2018

    Location Bid Due: February 15, 2018

    Final Payment Due: February 25, 2018

    Required Course Class: March - April, 2018

    Travel Dates: May 4 - June 2, 2018



    A one-credit class, BUSADM 4189, Advanced Field Study, scheduled during Spring Semester, second 7-week session, will be REQUIRED of ALL global projects program students.

    Thursdays, 2:20-3:40pm, Mason Hall Rotunda 

    During the class, students will better understand the dynamics of doing business globally, resources for project management, mitigating risk while traveling, understanding how to assimilate into the location-specific culture, understanding how to make the most of this opportunity, and health and safety concerns will be covered. 

    Admitted students will be automatically enrolled in this course. Students cannot self-enroll.  Please leave room in your spring schedule to accommodate this one-credit required course.  

    Program Fee:

    Cost varies on location (see location specific information)

    Program Fee Includes:

    • Accommodations for 4 weeks
    • Resident Director in-country
    • Global project placement
    • Transportation Assistance to/from Airport

    Program Fee does not include:

    • Roundtrip Airfare
    • GeoBlue International Supplemental Health Insurance
    • Visa (if appliciable) 
    • Food and extracurricular activities


  • Location Specific Information


    location Dates Price # of Teams
    austria - Vienna May 4 - June 2 $2,995 2
    brazil - San Paulo May 4 - June 2 $2,995 1
    New Zealand - Auckland May 3 - June 2 $2,995 3
    Sweden - Stockholm May 4 - June 2 $2,995 2

    *There will be approximately 4-6 students per Project. The number above indicates how many groups of 4-6 students will be accepted to each location.

  • Project Specific Information
    Location Company Industry size employees
    Austria - Vienna Andritz, AG Industrial Processing >250 sites in over 40 countries +25,200
    Brazil - San paulo Greif, Inc Packaging Sites in over 50 countries +13,500
    New Zealand - Auckland        
    Sweden - Stockholm BSH Home Appliances Home Appliances 41 locations worldwide +58,000


    *Information will be announced on this page as it is confirmed

    **If there are more than 1 project in a location and only 1 company project is announced above, the other company will be confirmed as interest and applications are confirmed

  • Application Process


    Application is open! The deadline to apply is December 20, 2017 at 11:59pm EST. You may only submit one application. Incomplete applications will not be processed. 

    1. Complete your online application 
      • Including required application documents (see 'Application Documents' section below)
    2. Expect to hear from the Office of Global Business in January 2018



    • Resume
      • Submit as Word Document
      • Remove 'objective' and 'summary' sections
      • Remove any high school content 
      • Include GPA
        • Your resume is the starting point for your placement so make sure it is up-to-date and accurately reflects your competence in the best possible way. Make an appointment with Fisher's Office of Career Managment to present a compelling, professionally formatted, and error-free resume that effectively describes your level of experience. Also reference this PDF iconguide or meet with the Program Manager for additional assistance. 
    • Personal Statement
      • One page, Double-spaced
      • Submit as Word Document
      • Including:
        • Header including name, date, and country applying to
        • Which location you prefer, and why
        • What you hope to gain from this unique work experience
        • Your expectations for the Global Projects Program 


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