Meeting worldwide challenges requires a global perspective. Krannert students have multiple opportunities for experiential learning in other countries. At Purdue, the diverse population of international students and faculty fosters cultural exchange and understanding. You will be immersed in unique learning experiences each semester at Krannert and bring humanity to your career pursuits as a result.
Entreprenership students make video, win trip to South Africa
Four Krannert master's students will visit their fourth continent in one year after winning a video competition. Students are all enrolled in the Global Entrepreneurship Program.
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Teaching in Bhutan an eye-opening experience
David Luechauer, visiting professor of management, talks about his time teaching at Gaeddu College of Business Studies in Bhutan.
Krannert students defend international case crown
Krannert School of Management won first place at the Rubicon 2013 Contest
Logistics students advise ICDI as it provides drinking water in Africa
Krannert students in Patrick Johanns’s Logistics Management class are using their supply chain knowledge to help ICDI provide clean drinking water in Central Africa.
James McLetchie talks mergers at the Krannert Executive Forum
Purdue alumnus James McLetchie talks with students about mergers and career strategies at the Krannert Executive Forum.
- Just Purdue It!
A case to compete
Having competed in five different case competitions as an MBA student at Purdue, Philip Lu (BSM ’08, MBA ’11) understood the benefits they provided students and wanted to share that experience with others.
Sponsored students benefit companies, classroom
Each year Sponsored Students bring unique perspective and experience to Krannert Masters' Program.
Assessing her future
Following her Peace Corps experience, master’s student Ashley VanOsdol learns more about the world from international classmates at Purdue.
Trip to Taiwan thrills students, faculty
Krannert Undergrad students and faculty went to Taipei, Taiwan, for a week-long program called "Asian Emerging Markets and Economies"
Krannert team wins international case competition
Krannert School of Management won first place at the Rubicon 2011 Contest
Two majors, one busy person
Krannert student Diane Rolston featured in Krannert News
Kiva co-founder speaks in Purdue series on ethics
Jessica Jackley, co-founder of Kiva spoke at Purdue - featured in Krannert News
Krannert School serves as giant board room
Ingersoll Rand holds human resource leadership meeting at Purdue to connect with Krannert’s world-class HR faculty.
Taking the ‘GM way’ on the road
Mechanical engineer Terry Jackson finds Krannert master’s program excellent preparation for international career with GM.
Consulting projects take students back to roots
The Global Business Project pairs students from Purdue with students from other universities so they can collaborate on an international consulting project.
Rich Freeland, Cummins President in Engine Business featured in Krannert News
Krannert captures two more case crowns
Graduate and undergraduate students team up to claim first prize in a case competition held in Germany, beating 23 other teams from around the globe.
Face-to-face with the master
Purdue’s Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) and Finance Club meet with Warren Buffet
Passion powers young graduate
Ankit Gupta, BSM '11 featured in Krannert News
Seize the opportunity
After being downsized during the Great Recession, Krannert grad Amber Allen returns for an MBA to jump-start her career.
From football to finance
Ian Allen - first year MBA student - runs from football to finance through Krannert