The Institute for International Business sponsors the International Business Student Network and CIBERVets, and offers students opportunities to participate in business case competitions and internships that lead to full time employment.
International Business Student Network (IBSN) is an organization for CU Denver students in all majors and programs interested in international business. The club sponsors cultural dinners, networking events, international business speakers and on-line social connections through Facebook and MyLynx. IBSN also hosts bi-weekly meetings and has an array of leadership opportunities.
Offered jointly by CU Denver’s Institute for International Business and Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBERVets), in collaboration with the Office of Veteran & Military Student Services and the Business School, CIBERVets offers veteran students various opportunities to gain knowledge and skills in international business. Various levels of membership offer students to tailor their experience to their interests and career goals.
The University of Colorado Denver’s Institute of International Business and International Business program provide a unique collaborative program opportunity to connect Business School students with Colorado companies seeking to enter or expand their international business footprint. The federally funded and nationally awarded CIBER program, Pathways to International Internships and Employment (PIIE), pairs internationally, professionally and academically experienced interns with CEOs to create, develop and/or complement strategically a firm’s global business opportunities. Students gain invaluable outcomes from their internships that incorporate entrepreneurial problem-based and experiential learning methodologies while providing first-hand know-how to companies including developing strategies for market entry and growth and analyzing business risk landscapes.