Language study teaches you to think critically and analytically, and introduces you to ways in which other cultures construct thought and make meaning. Our courses integrate culture, history, literature, and other creative productions into the learning experience, and introduce you to business discourse.
Long, whose language and marketing skills are in demand at Chafee Center and travel agency, heads to grad school in China after Commencement.
A financial analyst at The Hartford, her IB (Finance) major and concentration in French helped her land a spot in leadership development program's Middle Market International Finance rotation.
Matthew knew he wanted to study business in college, but it was actually French that prompted him to make Bryant his top choice.
Now an analyst at a leading nonprofit advisory firm, she's helping to build a new global industry in the fields of Pay for Success and Social Impact Bonds.
An internship, experience with team projects and campus leadership, and strong showing at the National Collegiate Sales Competition opened the way to multiple job offers before graduation.
The International Business major praises Bryant's program for giving him the skills and confidence to take over in India when Hanna Instruments reassigned his general manager.
Two very different internships – each with an international focus — helped her to define her path after graduation.
As someone who dreams of living and working abroad someday, Bryant's International Business program and global perspective appealed to Wong.
After a rigorous 18-month international management training program that included six months in Serbia, Ryan Letourneau '11 is now based in Belgium.
With a team of students from around the world, Emmanuelle Calvet helped market, plan, and execute an international conference.
The Faculty Achievement Awards and the Faculty Federation Distinguished Faculty Award are Bryant’s highest faculty honors in the two colleges. The awards recognize superior accomplishments in teaching, research and publication, service, and mentoring.
A team of students switches to a second language to compete in the Business Language Case Competition in Utah. The challenge: examine a case study, prepare a 15-minutes presentation, and field questions from a panel of judges – all in Spanish.