Term abroad

MBA term abroad

Go global

Experience student life in a new city studying for a term at one of our partner institutions.

We have a wide range of partners based across the world from Canada to Australia where you can spend either your third term or an additional term studying.

This experience will give you a unique opportunity to make new contacts from around the world, broaden your international business knowledge as well as giving you time to see more of the world.

There are no additional tuition fees to pay, just your travel and living expenses. While this is a great opportunity to brush up on your language skills, all programmes are taught in English so you don't need to worry about being fluent in another language.

Where to?

We partner with a wide range of high-quality business schools around the world who share our drive for creating well-rounded business professionals.

  • University of Stellenbosch - Stellenbosch (South Africa)
  • Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University - Shanghai (China)
  • XLRI Jamshedpur - Jamshedpur (India)
  • Queensland University of Technology – Brisbane (Australia) 
  • University of South Australia – Adelaide (Australia)

  • AALTO University Executive Education – Helsinki (Finland)
  • EADA – Barcelona (Spain)
  • HHL – Leipzig School of Management – (Germany)
  • Mannheim Business School – Mannheim (Germany)
  • WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management – Vallendar (Germany)
North America
  • Brock University, Goodman School of Business - St. Catharines (Canada)
  • Drexel University, LeBow College of Business – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA)
  • Pepperdine University – Graziado School of Business and Management – Malibu, California (USA)
  • Queen’s School of Business – Kingston, Ontario (Canada) 
  • Université Laval - Quebec City (Canada)

How to apply

You don't need to apply outright for study abroad programmes. You will be made aware of the opportunity while you are studying at Aston. But you'll need a strong grade average and the ambition to study overseas.