As global markets continue to grow, so does the importance of global education.
Since our founding in 1966, the College of Business has built a reputation for international impact. We are committed to exploring and creating strong international partnerships that change the world. Through collaboration that echos Colorado State University's land-grant mission, we support cutting-edge research and education as well as access to academic programs that transform lives.
The academic partnerships the College of Business shares with universities across the globe are changing both what and how students are learning. From thousands of miles away, students are taking classes, doing research, and getting degrees from the College of Business. Perhaps even more importantly in today's global market, they are adding an international element to their education and gaining a new perspective on the world.
Amity University is a leading private education provider in India, recognized for creating a global culture. Amity Business School has been ranked seventh among all business schools by the corporate world. The College of Business and Amity have formed a collaborative degree program that allows Amity students to transfer credits into the Online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at CSU's College of Business. Through this partnership, students have the opportunity to seek quality education in an online format.
National Institute of Development Administration
National Institute of Development Administration Business School (NIDA) is a public graduate university in Thailand, accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). NIDA Business School provides graduate business programs that prepare Thailand citizens to become agents of change for national economic development. The College of Business partners with NIDA to offer its students CSU coursework that enhances the academic rigor and excellence of the graduate business degree.
SRH University Heidelberg
SRH University Heidelberg, founded in 1969, is one of the few private universities in Germany. The university aims to combine theoretical knowledge and practical experience while encouraging close cooperation between professors and students. The College of Business and SRH-Heidelberg have established a collaborative MBA degree program that allows SRH-Heidelberg students to enrich their educational experiences by adding an international dimension to their education by studying outside their country.