Office of Global Business
Global Applied Projects (GAP)


As a Fisher signature program, GAP is an optional experiential learning capstone-like opportunity that turns theory into practice.  Working directly with industry-leading multinational corporations, market disrupting start-ups, mission-driven nonprofit organizations, or governmental agencies, students hone their business acumen, gain professional consulting experience, and develop increased global and cultural awareness while solving multidisciplinary and multifaceted strategic business challenges.

During an MBA student's spring semester, student teams collaborate with a real client-partner to address an organization's global business challenge or potential opportunity.

Students spend a majority of the 14-week spring semester course on-campus, attending classes and working remotely with their partnering organization. Spring Break Week 2024 marks an exciting time when students will travel to their client-partner global location!

Getting the chance to spend a week or more on-site, in another country, working collaboratively with a client-partner helps students develop a keen sense of global awareness that can only be experienced firsthand.


Contact Information

Dominic DiCamillo

Senior Director

Office of Global Business
Mason Hall 222
250 W. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43210, USA