MBA

Exchange Programs

China European International Business School (CEIBS)

HEC School of Management, Paris

Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Management and Commerce

Hong Kong University of Sceince and Technology (HKUST)

Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A)

Indian School of Business, Hyderabad (ISB)

El Instituto Panamericano de Alta Direccion de Empressa, Mexico City

Melbourne Business School (MBS)

Peking University, Beijing

Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)

St. Gallen University

Stockholm School of Economics (SSE)

Universidad Austral Escuela De Direccion y Negocios, Buenos Aires

Universita Bocconi

IESE Business School, university of Navarra, Spain

Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)

Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea

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Darden has reciprocal exchange relationships with business schools around the world. These exchanges give students the opportunity to live in and learn about a culture different from that of their home country. Contractual agreements with each of our partner schools limit the number of students who can participate in an exchange. The number varies from school to school, but typically exchanges will offer between one and three slots each year. 

Exchange to Darden

During the academic year, Darden takes students from our partner schools who wish to experience residential life in the United States and the academic life at Darden. Find out more about the requirements for coming on exchange to Darden.

Exchange from Darden

Darden's Exchange Program is designed for students interested in an extended residential experience outside the United States. Because exchange schools have different academic calendars and programs, exchanges are possible only during time periods that are specific for each school. Some may take exchange students only in the fall or spring. Others may only offer semester-long, rather than quarterly, exchange options. All of the programs offer a substantial number of electives in English.

Information on Exchange programs and options is provided each spring in the week preceding Second Year Pre-registration (mid-April). Students are asked to submit a simple application that asks for a prioritized choice of exchange options. Information on the number of exchange openings and the academic period during which exchanges can take place are available at each exchange program’s web page located below. If more students wish to participate in an exchange than there are available openings, the exchange students will be chosen randomly by lottery with students who were not selected placed in a prioritized waiting list.

Link to the schools listed below for specific information on exchange school information, including course registration.

Ahmedabad, India
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A)

Barcelona, Spain
IESE Business School
University of Navarra

Beijing, China
Peking University, Guanghua School of Management

Buenos Aires, Argentina
IAE - Universidad Austral Escuela De Dirección y Negocios

Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

Hyderabad, India
Indian School of Business (ISB)

Jamshedpur, India
Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)

Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Business School (MBS)

Mexico City, Mexico
IPADE - El Instituto Panamericano de Alta Dirección de Empresa  

Milan, Italy
Università Bocconi

Niigata, Japan
International University of Japan (IUJ)
Graduate School of International Management 

Paris, France
HEC School of Management

Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University

Seoul, South Korea
Seoul National University (SNU)

Shanghai, China
China European International Business School (CEIBS) 

St. Gallen, Switzerland
St. Gallen University

Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm School of Economics (SSE)

Tokyo, Japan
Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Management and Commerce




  









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