Founded in 1994, the Weissman Center for International Business is designed to enable Baruch College to respond to the global economy with programs appropriate to a preeminent school of business. Guided by an advisory council of distinguished executives, the Center’s activities enrich Baruch Student’s preparation for careers in global work-place by building bridges between the worlds of academia and international business.
The Center is named for George Weissman (‘39), former Chairman of the Board of Philip Morris and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
The Weissman Center for International Business sponsors numerous programs,
conferences, and forums for students, faculty, and business professionals that enrich understanding of critical issues in international business and the global economy.
Here are some of the activities and programs designed to help Baruch students and alumni build their global skills and stay connected:
- International Internships with firms in the New York metropolitan area.
- Study Abroad with destinations around the world.
- Global Student Certificate program is an inter-disciplinary, co-curricular program for undergraduate students aspiring to become leaders in their fields.
- Scholarships for graduate and undergraduate study in international business and international marketing and for study abroad and internships overseas.
- International Business Alumni, an association of graduates of Baruch who have a professional interest in international business.
Contact us to learn more about these and other programs.
The Weissman Center’s annual report can be found here.
How to contact us:
Weissman Center for International Business
137 E. 25th
New York, NY 10010
Tel: (646) 312-2070
Fax: (646) 312-2071