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Practical and academic opportunities outside the Haas School can provide new perspectives and strengthen your skill set. In addition to exchange programs, you may take advantage of several other offerings available during semester breaks or after graduation.

  Interstate Programme

  The Interstate Programme brings together future business leaders to analyze developments in the European Union, with a special focus on its relations with the U.S. Participants develop an understanding of current developments in the European Union, and their implications for transatlantic political and business relations. During a series of high quality seminars and debates, participants have an opportunity to test their own ideas and views against those of politicians, business people, senior public officials and expert observers and commentators. The Programme is held each summer in Europe. To learn more, go to: http://www.interstate.org.uk/.

  The Washington Campus

  The Washington Campus is a consortium of 17 major university business schools committed to educating graduate business students and corporate executives on the decision-making processes of the U. S. government. Participants attending Washington Campus courses and seminars gain a comprehensive understanding of how business and government interact and the importance such understanding has on creating effective business strategy. The Washington Campus MBA residencies are designed to equip you with the understanding necessary to anticipate, influence, and respond intelligently to government initiatives. You will not receive credit for courses taken at the Washington Campus. Students are selected for the Washington Campus on the basis of a written statement of purpose, their academic record and an interview. For more information, go to Washington Campus.

  MBA Enterprise Corps

  The MBA Enterprise Corps is a division of Citizen Development Corps. MBAEC sends recent MBA graduates to work with enterprises, institutions and industries in developing countries around the world. A typical 15-month MBAEC assignment consists of three months of language training and acculturation, followed by 12 months of work with the host organization. Since the Corps’ inception in 1990, more than 600 Corps members have conducted company assessments and strategic analyses, formulated business plans and financial proposals, launched new products and initiated employee training and development programs. The MBAEC Call for Application will be distributed to all students by the MBA Program Office. To learn more, go to http://www.cdcdevelopmentsolutions.org/mba-enterprise-corps.

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