If you are planning to learn, live and work in the United States, you already possess a well-known American feature—a sense of adventure! As an international student, you will experience many new and thrilling matters. In this section, we hope to prepare you for some of the explorations involved in living in the United States. One of your first introductions to social life on a U.S. campus will most likely be "The International Student Orientation Program," traditionally coordinated by the Admissions Office or the Office of International Programs .
We live in an international market and it is mounting. Advancing new knowledge and expertise in one area of business will meet an economic need and make you more professionally competitive. in addition to that, an American MBA will show that you have international knowledge and experience.
Regardless of degree specialty, most American business schools will train you in the principles of general business management. This ideology includes a mixture of accounting, economics, finance, marketing, ethics and statistics. Student interns have recently worked for a broad range of companies: advertising, computing, entertainment, e-commerce, finance and banking, information systems, healthcare, hospitality, international trade, marketing, public relations, and telecommunications. An internship-related project is integrated into the program. Students have helped build a company's client base by establishing contacts internationally, while another devised a software technology plan for a high-tech music database company.