USF MGEM Student Experience

Master in Global Entrepreneurial Management

There’s no better way to learn about international businesses than by living and working where they operate. Experience the USF one-of-a-kind Global Entrepreneurial Management program.

What Does your Experience Look LIke Outside the Classroom?

You’ll visit companies in San Francisco, Barcelona, and Taipei. Learn about entrepreneurship and management through the lens of each city’s unique business culture by visiting companies such as Tous, MANGO, Alibaba Group, Shanghai Futures Exchange, Gordon Birsch, Fair Trade USA, Ports of Barcelona and Oakland, Kiva, Google, Facebook, and many more.

Build a Professional Network with Alumni Around the World

Global Entrepreneurial Management graduates work at a range of global companies and organizations such as the United Nations, Cisco, Expedia, Salesforce, Accenture, Airbnb, SAP AG enterprise software and services, Sony, and Coca-Cola

MGEM Career Outcomes 

Your Cohort

International experience isn’t just about where you go, but who your educational colleagues are. Past Global Entrepreneurial Management degree cohorts have included students from more than 20 different countries, creating an international community in the classroom.

MGEM Cohorts

More than just internships, the MGEM program does consulting projects. You work in teams with your classmates and attack a real problem at a real organization. I did a consulting job for a very important iron manufacturer in Barcelona. The research that my team and I provided had direct influence on where the organization would establish their next manufacturing plant in the future."

Esmerelda Rodriguez Global Entrepreneurial Management ’15

MGEM STUDENT EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Obtain a joint, official Master's degree issued by University of San Francisco and accredited by IQS School of Management - Universitat Ramon Llull, and Fu Jen Catholic University.
  • Get global business experience.
  • Be part of a global community and become alumni of three universities in three continents: USA, Europe, and Asia.
  • Gain International experience in a multicultural setting.
  • Learn by doing: participate in consulting projects with real companies, develop your own business plan, and learn from global companies and startups.
  • Get to know leading subject-matter experts and widen your network.

MGEM China Study Tour

About April each year, Global Entrepreneurial Management students have an optional China Study Tour which is also connected to a class titled: Operation Management and Supply Chain Management with a Global Perspective.

Having spent the year traveling in the MGEM program immersed in different cultures, I now better understand global business. I am from Columbia, so to go study in China, a culture so different from my own, and learn about the business opportunities that are available to me there was invaluable."

Pablo Restreppo
Global Entrepreneurial Managment ‘14