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Guide to International Business Schools
Do you enjoy traveling to new places? Consider yourself to be business-minded? Then a career in international business may be right for you.
Those in the field can work in the U.S. for companies who do business abroad, work for a company that is U.S.-based but sends you abroad for much of your work, or work as an expatriate, rarely returning to the U.S.
An undergraduate degree in international business is required for most entry-level jobs, but more and more employers are requiring MBAs in the field.
To find programs near you, use our search tool as a guide. Enter a zip code to find colleges in specific areas, or leave it blank to do a nationwide search.