An Unparalleled, Global View of Business
Global Business and Innovation
China; New Zealand
International Business of the Americas
International Business and Chinese Enterprise
Hong Kong, China
International Business Education Alliance
Mannheim, Germany; Singapore; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
International Business in the Middle East and North Africa
Responsible International Leadership
Cohort Program Admissions
Admission to an international business cohort program at the Moore School is highly competitive and enrollment is limited. Due to the strenuous academic curriculum at our partner schools and at South Carolina, students selected for the program must have high quantitative skills and strong academic preparation from high school. Students who have completed or are currently enrolled in a college calculus course through AP/IB/Dual Enrollment course work will be given preference. Due to the four-year structure of cohort programs, we cannot accept transfer students or current South Carolina upperclassmen.
- Apply to South Carolina through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
All university admission deadlines must be observed for consideration.
- Complete the Moore School Cohort Application.
- Early deadline with early notification: Feb. 1
- Regular deadline with regular notification: March 1
In order to apply, you must be a fall or summer 2020 freshman applicant who selected a business major on the admissions application. The online application is composed of essay questions on subjects such as your interest in the program, career goals, global/cultural experiences, language ability, etc. You will be asked to upload a resume and a copy of your high school transcript.
Admission decisions are sent via email within 30 days of the application deadline. Students are encouraged to apply early for full consideration. Due to the limited number of students in each cohort, not all qualified students can be admitted.
To secure their place in the freshman class, admitted students must submit an enrollment deposit by May 1 to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.