Businesses have “gone global” — and they’re looking for managers with international business expertise to help guide them. UToledo’s international business degree program is ranked 16th in the country.
Firms worldwide depend more and more on international trade. They need managers with good global communication and business skills. The University of Toledo’s international business program prepares students for this dynamic, global marketplace.
Our program is ranked the 16th best in the nation by the Journal of International Business Studies. The undergraduate curriculum combines international business practices and foundations in marketing, finance, management, e-business, supply chain management or information systems.
Today's global business systems are growing rapidly, creating a need for graduates with knowledge and skills about international business.
UToledo’s College of Business and Innovation has an 83% job placement rate. Our graduates live and work all over the world.
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More than 85% of UToledo business students complete internships. Our Business Career Programs office helps students secure positions locally and across the country. Many students receive offers of full-time employment from their internship employers.
Meet Dean Gary Insch, who traveled with business students to London and Berlin in 2016.
“We always remember that business functions internationally, existing in a global environment… as does COBI. Students gain real-world insight into what international business is by visiting several diverse, international enterprises located in these centers of international commerce. It’s a fantastic learning experience. All of this is very exciting and reflects the inter-connectivity of today’s global economy. Our faculty and staff take great pride in knowing our graduates are ready to take their place upon the global business stage.”
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Meet Daniel Andrews, who studied abroad in Costa Rica in 2013 while attending UToledo.