Our Students Are Prepared to Enter the International Marketplace
Students at the Busch School of Business are engaged with business issues globally through our undergraduate programs in international business and finance, through our ground-breaking graduate programs and through a variety of study-abroad opportunities. Our school is enriched by having a number of international students in our graduate and undergraduate programs, and by the experiences of our students who study abroad.
You can study almost anywhere in the world through our Education Abroad program. Every year, more than 350 Catholic University students travel abroad to participate in educational programs on six continents. One of the most popular destinations is Catholic University's new Rome Center.
The Catholic University of America and the Australian Catholic University jointly operate a campus in Rome, Italy. The collaboration brings together the leading Catholic universities in the United States and Australia in a joint academic endeavor in Rome, about a mile from Vatican City. Students are encouraged to engage in the local community, improve and use their Italian, and come to know Roman life.
Faculty in the International Business area help to prepare students to succeed in the global marketplace with a vision that is focused on expanding international opportunities to benefit businesses and people.Learn More