Office of Global Initiatives
Leading-edge, student-centered education with a global mindset
Houston's business school is uniquely positioned to provide a world-class business education with a global perspective to our students, faculty and community. The Office of Global Initiatives will leverage our diverse and global business community, the momentum of the University of Houston and our unique location on the Third Coast of the United States as a gateway to the world, to expand our global offerings and footprint.
The Office of Global Initiatives is a resource to promote and support programs that develop a global mindset embedded across Bauer. Recognizing that we live in a globally interconnected world with tremendous opportunities, Bauer students will have access to global courses, study abroad, exchanges and unique experiences to build and develop their global perspective and mindset.
“If globalization is to succeed, it must succeed for poor and rich alike. It must deliver rights no less than riches. It must provide social justice and equity no less than economic prosperity and enhanced communication.”
–Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations
Our Global Footprint
The vision of the Office of Global Initiatives is to create, foster and provide a world-class business education with a global perspective to transform lives, organizations and society.
To facilitate leading-edge, student-centered education with a global mindset that leverages our diverse and global business community, the momentum of the University of Houston and our unique location on the Third Coast of the United States as a gateway to the world.
OUR OBJECTIVES AND ROLE
1. Ensure every student at Bauer has access to various opportunities to develop their global mindset and obtain a global perspective.
2. Provide support and resources for global mobility of students (incoming and outgoing) through collaborative programs with business schools and universities across the globe.
3. Support and promote faculty with globalizing their existing courses, developing new courses with a global perspective, and facilitate exchange opportunities for research and training.
4. Facilitate global partnerships with universities, industry and wider community for degree and non-degree programs, faculty and student exchanges, and research.