Photo Post: The Berkeley Haas Global Access Program Inaugural Class

The first BHGAP students arrive at Berkeley to study business and entrepreneurship

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 look at photos from the BHGAP orientation and an entrepreneurship course, featuring our first cohort of BHGAP students!

BHGAP Students Focusing in Class

Pictured above: BHGAP students learn more about the process involved in launching a business while listening to guest speaker Emily Kennedy from Marinus Analytics, a company that helps law enforcement use big data to stop sex trafficking.


BHGAP Students at Orientation

Pictured above: BHGAP students get to know each other while collaborating on a group activity at the new student orientation.


BHGAP Students Laugh While Completing a Group Activity in Class

Pictured above: After a lecture, students laugh while exchanging ideas with their groups to hone their business plan. At the end of the semester students will present their ideas to a panel of esteemed startup entrepreneurs.


BHGAP Classroom Discussion

Pictured above: BHGAP students in class at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.


BHGAP Students Taking Part in a Team Building Activity

Pictured above: When they're not in class BHGAP students also have fun! Here they take a selfie to capture a moment on campus in front of UC Berkeley's famous campanile.

Learn More

Are you an international student or do you work with international students? Visit our website to find out more about the Berkeley Haas Global Access Program