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Last updated August, 2016
At Kelley you will have the opportunity to take courses in Accounting; Business Economics and Public Policy; Business Law and Ethics; Finance; General Business Management and Entrepreneurship; Marketing; Operations and Decision Technology.
Open for MBA exchange only.
- Academic Year: September - May
- Fall: September - December
- Spring: January - May
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
Exchange students must take at least 8 credits per semester, but no more than 4 courses per 7-week term.
The semesters are 16 weeks long, and are broken into two 7-week terms. Most of the classes are only 7 weeks long, and are worth 1.5 credits. On the whole, students spend 3 hours per week in each class and have a two- hour exam during the final week of the term.
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
On and off-campus accommodation is available.
Estimated Cost of Living
2015-2016: USD 8,903 per semester (includes accommodation, meals, local transport, insurance, personal expenses, books/supplies).
Student Visa and Insurance
Information on Student Visas and Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.
The University, City and Region
The Kelley full-time MBA program ranks 15th overall in Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s US rankings, #1 in student satisfaction, and #1 in teaching quality. Driving factors in making the Kelley a top B-school are top-notch professors, robust curriculum, state-of-the-art facilities, and a collaborative learning environment. The Kelley School is a place where ideas and people connect – across boundaries and cultures. With one-fourth of the students hailing from countries other than US, Kelley offers a perfect MBA exchange program in which to gain an international perspective.
Indiana University-Bloomington attracts students from around the globe who want the ideal college experience: great traditions, a gorgeous campus, international culture, variety of sports, and an active academic climate. Located on an 18,000 acre area, the Bloomington campus has been rated among the five most beautiful in the United States. Innovation, creativity, and academic freedom are the hallmarks of IU-Bloomington and its world-class contributions in research and the arts. IU is renowned for its traditions like the world-famous Little 500 bicycle race and our commitment to emerging technologies.
The City of Bloomington and Region
Bloomington, Indiana, is the arts and cultural hub of the Midwest. While IU’s amazing arts and entertainment offerings play a large role in the city’s cultural atmosphere, Bloomington is extraordinary in its own right. Bloomington residents and IU students, faculty, and staff form a vibrant, active community that benefits from the metropolitan qualities of a large city and the easy pace of a small town.
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