Florida International University CIBER logo

About: FIU is a Top 50 public university that drives real talent and innovation in Miami locally, and globally. FIU proudly works to continuously improve its students’ education, lives, and professional competitiveness through its identity as the largest minority serving U.S. institution, graduating more Hispanics than any other U.S. university. In addition, per U.S. News & World Report, FIU is a top performer in Social Mobility (top 5) and Innovation (#17 among U.S. public institutions). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) continue to be FIU’s priority through many structural, philanthropic, and student inclusion efforts as well as increased partnerships with Historically Black Universities (HCBU’s) as well as other local Minority Serving-Institutions.

Website: business.fiu.edu/centers/ciber

Contact: ciber@fiu.edu

Georgia State University CIBER logo

About: While it earned the national resource designation in 2010, Georgia State University and the Institute of International Business at the Robinson College of Business have been serving the academic and business communities with international business expertise since the 1970s. Building on rich traditions of curriculum and faculty internationalization, strong ties to the corporate community and exemplary programs such as the Master of International Business, Georgia State University CIBER will remain in the forefront of international business education, research and business outreach.

Website: ciber.robinson.gsu.edu

Contact: gsuciber@gsu.edu

Loyola Marymount University CIBER logo

About: The Loyola Marymount University (LMU) Center for International Business Education (CIBE) is one of 16 national resource centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education to help improve U.S. global competitiveness. To achieve this goal, LMU CIBE provides instruction, research support, and community outreach to equip students, faculty and businesses with state-of-the-art knowledge and skills required to compete in this new digital era. LMU CIBE supports the university’s mission to cultivate a “globally imaginative” campus, as well as the College of Business Administration’s mission to advance knowledge and develop business leaders with moral courage and creative confidence to be a force for good in the global community. LMU CIBE focuses on the following five themes: 1) cybersecurity; 2) innovative global marketing; 3) global talent development and foreign business language education; 4) international entrepreneurship; and 5) global sustainability and business ethics.

Website: cba.lmu.edu/cibe

Contact: jennifer.tyler@lmu.edu

Michigan State University CIBER logo

About: The International Business Center (IBC) in the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University was designated in 1990 as a National Resource Center by the U.S. Department of Education (i.e., a Center for International Business Education and Research). Our mission is to provide superior education, research, and assistance to businesses, public policy makers, academics, and students on international business and trade.

Website: ibc.broad.msu.edu

Contact: ibc@msu.edu

Texas A&M University CIBER logo

About: Texas A&M University’s Center for International Business Studies (CIBS) is responsible for internationalizing the business programs at Mays Business School as well as the international business dimension of other university programs.  Within the CIBS framework, a U.S. Department of Education-designed Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) has been in operation at Texas A&M since 1990.  Our Center develops future global leaders through transformative academic, research, and outreach activities on campus, throughout the nation, and abroad. By instilling the global mindset, we empower our students, faculty, alumni, and community to engage and contribute to the rapidly expanding global economy to enhance the world’s prosperity.  Our initiatives and engagement with other CIBERs improve America’s capacity for international understanding and economic enterprise by providing enhanced international business activities that help U.S. businesses compete effectively in the rapidly expanding global market.

Website: mays.tamu.edu/cibs

Contact: cibs@mays.tamu.edu

University of Colorado-Denver/CIBER

About: The Institute for International Business (IIB) is home to the University of Colorado Denver Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). CU Denver IIB/CIBER promotes the advanced study and teaching of International Business, International Studies, and related fields. We develop and provide international business resources and opportunities for faculty, students, and businesses. We also provide resources and opportunities for minority-serving institutions and community colleges. CU CIBER supports faculty in enhancing the global dimensions of their teaching and research; provides students opportunities to be best prepared to work in a global economy; and collaborates with the business community to advance international business practice. CU CIBER specializes in International Entrepreneurship teaching, research, and activities including Faculty Development in International Entrepreneurship workshops for faculty, PhD candidates, and students. CU CIBER’s unique program, CIBERVets, assists veteran and military students and alumni to secure jobs in international business fields through development workshops that help the members transition from military to civilian careers through an annual networking and recruiting event with multinational companies. 

Website: https://www.ucdenver.edu/institutes/international-business

Contact: internationalbusiness@ucdenver.edu

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About: Since 2002 Temple University CIBER at The Fox School of Business has been successfully supporting the international business and academic communities by advancing the mandates of the CIBER Program. In the new grant cycle covering 2022-2026, Temple CIBER will continue to build on successes in critical areas of IB leadership in the school, regional, academic and business communities as well as with partners abroad. It is a particularly strong resource for small and medium size businesses, emerging markets, and those facing international expansion in order to be competitive in the global market. Temple CIBER has emerged as a leader in internationalizing the Fox School of Business and is coalescing foreign language and linguistics talent on campus as a foundation for further work in that area.  Signature activities include virtual and overseas international immersion programs for students and faculty, and support for international business research and case study development.  

Website: www.fox.temple.edu/ciber

Contact: foxinfo@temple.edu

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About: Leeds University Business School (LUBS) is a leading, full-service business school, regularly world ranked by the Financial Times, QS and The Economist, and one of a small number of schools worldwide to be triple accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. We deliver undergraduate, masters, MBA, PhD, executive and professional education and online study, to over 5000 students from around 100 countries. LUBS is a home to the International Business Department, a world-leading centre for International Business, and the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), one of the world’s premier scholarly centres for international business at the forefront of academia and practice.

Website: business.leeds.ac.uk

Contact: info@lubs.leeds.ac.uk

About: The Whitmore Global Business Center (GBC) provides the global education and training necessary for BYU Marriott students and faculty to take on the global market. The GBC is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as one of the nation’s sixteen Centers for International Business Education and Research. As a CIBER, the GBC works to increase and promote the nation’s capacity for international understanding and economic enterprise. The CIBER program links the manpower and information needs of U.S. business with the international education, language training, and research capacities of universities across the country. Since 2002 the GBC has made strides in global business research, education, and outreach. The center works toward internationalizing BYU Marriott. This is accomplished by providing resources, training, and professional development for three inter-dependent groups: the students, faculty, and business community.

Website: https://marriott.byu.edu/gbc/

Contact: jcwood@byu.edu