Visiting Programs

Exchange doesn’t suit your needs? Want to go it alone? Aside from exchange, you can participate in SHORT-TERM STUDY PROGRAMS or VISITING PROGRAMS. Visiting programs are full semester or academic year programs where students are required to take study leave to participate. You may also be able to obtain credit transfer depending on your course enrollment.

Information and links on these types of Visiting Programs is summarized in this PDF Table. Alternatively, students may also refer to the links below. There you will find a list of some of the Visiting Programs that SBM students have taken in the past and other suggested programs for your reference. Students interested in these programs should apply directly to the offering universities. You would also send all inquiries directly to the inquiry contact of the relevant programs for more admissions information.

If you cannot find a university and/or program you are interested in on the list, you are also welcome to search out your own visiting program. Please note that these programs are not related to exchange in any way and students need to pay academic tuition fees. For more details on the steps generally involved with taking a visiting program, please refer to this Flow Chart.

Program Institutions

Asia (including China)

Beijing Language & Culture University
Tsinghua University
Korea University
National Taiwan University
Yonsei University


Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
IE Business School
London School of Economics and Political Science
University of Oxford
University of Copenhagen


Columbia University
Cornell University
Harvard University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University
Yale University
University of California, Berkeley