International Summer Programs

Goodman School of Business

International Summer Programs

International Summer Programs allow you to travel and study internationally for a shorter time period (2-6 weeks). The courses are fast-tracked and relevant to current world challenges or trends. Many programs also include excursions to company headquarters, organized social and cultural activities such as weekend trips and sightseeing, and workshops that offer a huge range of topics. Goodman School of Business students can participate as exchange students (no tuition fees paid to partner school) in one of the following summer programs:

Copenhagen Business School

WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

EBS Business School

Stockholm Business School   Undergraduate courses only

BI Norwegian Business School   Undergraduate courses only

Toulouse Business School   Undergraduate program

Goodman Business students can apply for any of the above through the general online application for exchange programs. The deadline for a summer 2016 exchange will be February 1st, 2016.  All summer exchange students pay tuition to Brock and receive 1.0 credit for successful completion of one of these summer programs.


To be eligible, Goodman students must be in good academic standing (70% minimum major average for BBA/BAcc and 75% for MBA students).

Applications Instructions:

  1. Ask two of your instructors to complete an Academic Reference Form for you
  2. Prepare a one page statement outlining your reasons for wanting to participate
  3. Apply online

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Throughout the two weeks you form strong relationships which makes the Summer Institute a great way to develop your professional network while making some great friends…I would recommend this to any student considering international studies that may not be able to spend a whole semester abroad.

-James Antonio, MBA

This journey has made my summer a memorable one, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the opportunity offered by the Goodman School of Business. I would not miss out on a chance at doing an exchange. In an increasingly globalized and competitive world, you really have to make yourself stand out of the rest. Going on an exchange is a great way to show employers that you've experienced more than the average student.

-Steven Du, BBA Dual Degree Co-op