Deloitte International Business Scholars

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Overview:

The Deloitte International Business Scholars is a new undergraduate course affiliated with and organized by the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership (NDDCEL), the Business, Ethics, and Society Program at the Mendoza College of Business, and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs. This sponsored program recognizes a select number of undergraduate students who are interested in global affairs, want to explore the nature of honorable business within our globalized world, and the ethical and professional challenges and opportunities for pursuing business as a force for good in the international context(s).

International Business Scholars will be encouraged to participate in the activities of the NDDCEL and the Nanovic Institute beyond the Colloquium. In addition, International Business Scholars are expected to enroll each semester in the 1.5 credit Deloitte International Business Scholars Colloquium, which meets once weekly and provides an opportunity for small-group discussion, close interaction with distinguished faculty and business leaders, and personalized networking opportunities. Meals, books, and other supplies are provided.

This year, participants of the Colloquium will be given the opportunity (though not required) to participate in an international immersion experience in Poland, sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, in May 2023. The trip will allow students to interact with business leaders and politicians, and explore the challenges and opportunities of business in one of Europe’s fastest growing economies, as well as exploring business in a post-communist free market economy within the context of Catholic Social Thought and the influence of Pope St. John Paul II.

Admission to the Deloitte International Business Scholars Program is competitive and requires submission of this application. (Letters and nominations from faculty members are not required, but are welcome.). Those students who are admitted will be invited and required to register for the course: BES 33700/EURO 33702 (Monday 4 - 6 pm) in both the Fall and Spring semesters of 2022-2023.

Please contact Crystal Boser at 574-631-4827 or cboser@nd.edu with questions.

Please submit your application by 11:59 p.m. on April 9th, 2022.