In California, especially in Berkeley, the public transportation is wonderful. All buses, subways and apps are well-structured and developed.
Last weekend we went on a trip to Yosemite National Park—one of the most famous and most beautiful national parks in the U.S. As a group of 15 people from Denmark, Germany, U.S. and Mexico, we
In the beginning when I came to Berkeley to take part in the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program, it was kind of weird for me to see everybody chatting about football instead of soccer. But I
On the first day of the semester, Alex Budak, the program director of the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program, said that this semester would be transformational for us. At the time, this was hard
Maria Paula Bicalho received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration in Brazil. Wanting a study-abroad experience that would provide her with focused instruction in marketing, Maria
Após alguma reflexão, percebi que uma importante parcela da mágica aqui em UC Berkeley é o senso de inclusão e acolhimento.
After some reflection, I realize that an important part of the magic here at UC Berkeley is people’s attitudes of inclusion and acceptance.
Jolin Wu is dedicated to furthering her education. She holds a B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature and an M.A. in Journalism from National Taiwan University.
Chinese students Jiageng Chen and Sijie Yang are currently immersed in their Fall 2018 semester study-abroad experience at the College of Environmental Design’s Global Access Program.
Bring your Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) coursework to life with visits to Bay Area companies.
Hi, I am Camila Ali Abdalla, also known as Mila. I am an economics student in Brazil; my university in São Paulo is called Insper. This fall, I am doing an exchange program at UC Berkeley called
Although Qiuyu Chen was majoring in accounting at Wuhan University (Wuhan, Hubei, China), she wasn’t sure if accounting—or business in general—was the right career to pursue after graduation. So
In Fundamental Design Studio ARCH XB100A, you’ll work through the building blocks of space, program, form and materiality to develop design concepts and approaches.
Yanni Zhang is majoring in History, Policy and Economics at Wuhan University. After graduation, Yanni wants to make the world a fairer place by continuing her studies in politics and economics—and
At UC Berkeley, you have a great opportunity to dive more deeply into your studies with discussion sections. Collaborate with your fellow classmates. Build a community of learning. Discuss, ask
Leading you through this exciting class is faculty member Sonia Katyal, the Chancellor's Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology.
Representing countries from all over the world, students from our first two Berkeley Haas Global Access Program cohorts strive to make a positive impact on business and entrepreneurship.
Data, Prediction and Law (Legal Studies 123) is a new “data-enabled” course that was developed as a part of UC Berkeley’s Data Science major and minor. The course allows you to explore different
They traveled far outside the borders of their home countries to immerse themselves in their new lives as UC Berkeley students and to experience the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley
Em uma recente viagem ao Brasil, conversamos com nossos ex-alunos sobre suas experiências como estudantes do IDP.
On a recent trip to Brazil we decided to find out what our alumni had to say about their experience in IDP.
One of the electives you can take as part of the Legal Studies Global Access Program is Foundations of Legal Studies. In this course, you gain an understanding of law as a cross-disciplinary field
When Ling Yao stepped foot on the beautiful, sunny UC Berkeley campus to study at the Law School’s Legal Studies Department, she had already studied Chinese law for three years at Nanjing
Jingbo Jiang participated in the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program during the Fall 2017 semester. He is a senior from Fudan University (Shanghai, China), where he majors in International
Interested in learning more about the innovative College of Environmental Design Global Access Program?
Take a peek inside the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) closing ceremony. These future entrepreneurs spent the last semester studying abroad at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business
Calvin Morrill is the Associate Dean for Jurisprudence and Social Policy/Legal Studies, Stefan A. Riesenfeld Professor of Law and Professor of Sociology, and teaches American Law and Legal
The Legal Studies major attracts a wide variety of undergraduate students who are interested in learning more about the law to complement their undergraduate degree or who are interested in
Wenhan Lu—originally from Dalian, China—always wanted to study in the United States. After graduating from Nankai University (Tianjin, China) with a degree in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
Our inaugural Berkeley Haas Global Access Program cohort is a mix of students from around the world who aspire to make a positive impact on business and entrepreneurship.
This is a guest post written by Berkeley Haas Global Access Program student Ziyi (Jerrie) Zhang, who is also a finance major at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen).
What is blockchain and why is it so exciting? Professor Greg La Blanc, lecturer at Haas School of Business and Boalt Hall School of Law, recently led a session for Berkeley Haas Global Access
Complementing their courses, Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) students have the opportunity to visit Bay Area companies and meet key players that make the Bay Area the epicenter of
Hoo Jian Li is an Engineering Product Development student in his senior year at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). He is part of the Integrated Bachelors & Masters
Although the statistics point to a growing and more diverse U.S. population, we continue to see patterns of unequal representation in the workforce. The gender pay gap persists in the U.S.
Guest speaker Robert Strand, Executive Director of the Center for Responsible Business at Berkeley Haas, presented a lunchtime talk for Berkeley Haas Global Access Program entrepreneurship
The concept of achieving and maintaining work/life balance feels like one of those buzzwords that is touted, but not often fully ingrained in the corporate culture. When a 40-hour work week looks
Three students from the first Berkeley Haas Global Access Program cohort were selected to become social media ambassadors. Throughout the semester-long business program they took photos, created
“This recognition is one of the highest honors granted by the Brazilian government to citizens of my country,” Mauricio enthuses. “It’s called Cruz do Mérito do Empreendedor JK, a reference to
Employee engagement has stagnated over the past decade or so.
The Berkeley Haas Global Access Program (BHGAP) brings top-qualifying international students interested in business to campus for a one- or two-semester immersive study abroad experience. Have a
Camilo Navarro, an alumnus of UC Berkeley Extension's International Diploma Programs (IDP), and Alvaro Silberstein, a graduate of UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, co-founded Wheel the World
Students from EDC Paris recently studied at UC Berkeley Extension, the result of which was a competition on the best elevator pitch and the top business plan. Students and a highly esteemed group
Making a career transition can be bewildering: how do you find jobs? How can you stand out as a candidate? And, if you finally get an interview, how do you showcase yourself as the best candidate
Do you feel like you are in a rut in your career and long to do something that feels more fulfilling, even if you have no idea what that might be? Do you know you're in the wrong job but feel
The HR Certification Institute (HRCI) announced revisions to the exam content outline for the Senior Professional in Human Resources International™ (SPHRi™) certification to reflect the need for
Your IDP teachers bring years of real-world experience in their fields to the classroom.
Today, William Chen lives and works in San Francisco as founder and owner of a local startup, P.L.A.Y., which specializes in manufacturing quality dog beds.
Ana Carolina Merighe has been active as an entrepreneur since she was 9 years old, producing and selling her own handcraft products. That entrepreneurial spark intensified with the IDP certificate
Today, Marcos Bento is working as a Deal Flow Coordinator at Boston Harbor Angels in New York City and is an M.B.A. candidate at Babson College.
While completing courses to fulfill a master's degree at Reims Management School in France, Lucas Boudaud spent a semester abroad in Berkeley, registering for UC Berkeley Extension's 4-Month IDP
While completing her master's in electronic media at Stuttgart Media University (Germany), Evelyn Lentz's time in the 8-month IDP in Marketing provided her with important examples of how culture
Currently working toward his M.B.A., Isaac Chen embraces his newfound entrepreneurial spirit in devising new business ideas.
Attracted to a more business-oriented career and the energy radiating from the San Francisco Bay Area, Irene Ciuci now has the skills to succeed, thanks to the 4-Month IDPs in Business