Graduate students can be accommodated at many UCEAP-affiliated host universities for up to one year.
Use the following resources to learn more about Programs on UCEAP:
- Programs open to graduate students
Not all programs open to graduate students have graduate-level coursework or opportunities for research or independent study. In many programs, especially language and culture programs, graduates do the same coursework as undergraduates.
- Language and Culture Programs
Not all are open to graduate students, check eligibility tabs.
Below are programs specifically designed for graduate students and MBA programs that offer a wide variety of courses and unique opportunities for graduate students.
Graduate students funded by their campuses (UC Berkeley, Los Angeles, and Santa Cruz) assist in the Paris Center’s fall academic program while they pursue their dissertation research. The UC Center in Paris offers a program in French and European Studies for UC undergraduates taught in English. See your campus study abroad office for details.
Students from UCSD School of Global Policy and Strategy enroll in courses at the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Public Policy. Courses are taught in English.
UC MBA students may study at certain UCEAP partner institutions. Eligibility depends on conditions set by the schools at the participating UC campuses.
Where coursework is not in English, noted below, students are advised (and may be required) to attend the program’s Intensive Language Program (ILP), which provides coursework in the language and culture of the host country prior to the regular term.
Some partners have specific programs for MBA students with separate MyEAP applications. Other partners include MBA students in the regular program and graduate students apply to the regular program in MyEAP.
The MBA program is administered by the School of Business. The curriculum includes a variety of courses in the areas of Finance, Marketing, Strategy, Human Resources, and Legal Aspects. It also focuses on Social Responsibility and Management Ethics, Corporate Governance, and Entrepreneurship.
Courses are taught in Spanish and all students are required to take the three-week Spanish intensive language program (ILP).
The MBA program offers a range of courses that offer a unique perspective of business within and with China. Courses are taught in English.
The MBA program at CUHK is administered by the Faculty of Business Administration. It offers three concentration options: China Business; Finance; and Marketing. Courses are offered through the faculty’s four departments: Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics; Finance; Management; and Marketing. Courses are taught in English.
Bocconi offers Master’s programs such as International Management and Marketing Management. Within these programs, there are also “majors” (areas of specialization) such as: entrepreneurship and small and medium size companies; management of fashion and design firms; global operations and supply chain management; management consulting; multinational companies; and more. Courses are taught in Italian and English. While it is possible to take all course work in English, all students are still required to take the four-week Italian intensive language program (ILP).
As a UCEAP exchange student, you will be placed in a Master of Science (MSc) program. The Bocconi SDA School of Management that issues MBA degrees is a separate school and you are not guaranteed access to their courses. You will apply to the MBA courses separately and, if approved, you will only be able to take 5 modules total. The MBA modules are worth 2.5 quarter/1.7 semester units each. You will supplement these courses with MSc courses.
The Global MBA program is administered by the Graduate School of Business. It offers a wide range of courses in a variety of business fields. Courses are taught in English.
The Maastricht University, School of Business and Economics offers Master’s programs such as International Business, Financial Economics, and Econometrics. While most courses are taught in English, all students are required to take the three-week Dutch Language and Culture course (DLC).
The MBA program is administered by the NUS Business School. It offers five areas of specialization: Finance, Marketing, Strategy and Organization, Real Estate, and Healthcare Management. Courses are offered through the school’s five departments: Business Policy, Decision Sciences, Finance and Accounting, Management and Organization, and Marketing. Courses are taught in English.