Global

Olin’s Weston Career Center has begun an initiative to encourage international job opportunities for students in China and expand communication among Olin alums.


Coming in at No. 6 on the list was WashU Olin’s MBA reboot, featuring a 38-day global immersion semester.



Paige LaRose working with an Olin undergraduate student.
The way we provide global perspective for our students will likely change—and that change is reflected in a new approach we’ll soon introduce for Olin undergraduates.



The changes for business schools fall largely into two categories: what we mean by international, and how we deliver content and experiences going forward.



Students in EBMA Class 53 took the “values-based, data-driven” concept to heart—literally—during their November residency in Shanghai, with an afternoon spent with nonprofit Heart to Heart and a decision that would change the life of a young girl in China.