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Study Abroad

The Graziadio Business School provides direct insight into the global marketplace with study abroad opportunities at our prestigious partner universities in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.

Enhance your MBA, Master's or Bachelor's degree studies with first-hand international business experience and culture.

Graziadio Global Programs

One Week Abroad (Ireland)

One Week/Multi-Week Abroad

Participate in a week-long or multi-week course abroad for academic credit. Alumni are also eligible to participate in the week-long study-abroad program.

Trimester Abroad

One Trimester Abroad

Choose from over 35 locations at our prestigious partner universities. An international student body adds to the learning experience.

International Consulting

International Consulting Course (G-3)

Immerse yourself in real-time international business – both inside the classroom and abroad. With the globalization of business rapidly expanding, our G-3 course helps you gain a competitive edge.

For Students Outside the U.S.

Pepperdine University welcomes students from across the globe. Our Office of International Student Services can help with any issues regarding immigration and regulatory compliance.

Resources for International Students

Exchange, double degree, and guest students are welcomed for designated terms of study from partner universities around the world. Helpful resources are available to make the time you spend at Pepperdine both positive and valuable.

Resources for Exchange Students

The Graziadio Global Connection

The Pepperdine Graziadio School is a member of EFMD. EFMD is one of the key business schools networks in the world and being a part of the network will bring many opportunities for faculty and student exchanges, knowledge sharing and collaboration.