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M.S. in Global Commerce

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Experience how business is done in the United States, China, and Spain. Build the cutting-edge analytical and soft skills, the rock-solid understanding, and the deep multicultural insights to drive a successful career in global business.

Program Duration

10 months

Format

In-person on three continents

Eligibility

Recent business and economics graduates

September-December

Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.

January-March

Guangzhou, China

March-June

Barcelona, Spain

3 Continents. 2 Master's Degrees. 1 Year.

In the Global 3 program, graduates will earn an M.S. in Global Commerce from the University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce, an M.S. in Global Strategic Management from Esade Business School, and a certificate in International Business from Lingnan (University) College at Sun Yat-sen University.

Explore Business Through a Global Lens

This program emphasizes active learning. Join teammates from diverse backgrounds to take a fresh look at business practice and strategy through a global lens. Apply your global knowledge and skill set through interactive cases, team-based projects, and a master’s thesis.

Expand Your Global Network

Within each region of study—United States, China, and Spain—special focus will be given to how different economic, social, and geopolitical factors influence business. Through both curricular and extracurricular activities, you will connect with faculty, alumni, employers, and business leaders in each region. 

Develop Your Cultural Capital

Gain invaluable experience living, studying, and collaborating with classmates from culturally diverse backgrounds as you move as a cohort between American, Asian, and European residencies. By the end of the program, you’ll have the cross-cultural capital to work and live anywhere.

Success Stories
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I remember finding the website for the program and feeling as if my passions had been lit on fire. For me, the #1 appeal was the value that comes from putting so many diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences from so many different countries in one room together, and being given the ability to ask questions and problem-solve with one another.

Emily Zapinski (M.S. in Global Commerce '20)

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