The School of Business offers multiple inbound and outbound opportunities for business students. Students currently enrolled with us can spend a week, a semester. or even a year abroad. Students enrolled in affiliated business programs around the world can join us for short courses or degree programs.
If you are planning to study at the University at Albany’s School of Business, you can join us as part of a transfer program from one of our partner schools around the world or transfer independently on your own. We currently have transfer partnerships with NMIMS (deemed-to-be University) in India, Hanoi School of Business & Management in Vietnam, IFIM Business School in India, Athena School of Management in India, and Roma Tre in Italy.
You may also enroll independently, joining us for all or some of your undergraduate or graduate education. If you plan to visit us for part of your undergraduate or graduate studies, we recommend starting with the information available at the Center for International Education & Global Strategy.
Here are links to the information you will need if you are considering enrolling with us as a transfer student from one of the schools we partner with or planning to join us independently for one or more semesters.
University at Albany and NMIMS participate in a Dual-Degree Undergraduate Program of study. Students complete years one and two at NMIMS and transfer 60 credits of their coursework to UAlbany.
At UAlbany, they complete 60 additional credits of coursework in years three and four. Their possible course pathways at UAlbany depend on which single or dual concentration students elect to pursue.
On completion of this four-year program of study, students will receive two degrees: B.A. from NMIMS and B.S. from University at Albany, SUNY.
University at Albany and Roma Tre University participate in a Dual-Degree Graduate Program of study. Students complete year one at Roma Tre University and transfer 20 U.S. credits of their coursework to UAlbany.
At UAlbany, they complete 36 additional U.S. credits of coursework in year two. Upon completion of this two-year program of study, students will receive MBA degrees from both Roma Tre University as well as University at Albany, SUNY.