Why SBI?

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Whether you are a current student, or a recent graduate, spend your summer attending the nationally ranked Villanova School of Business (VSB).  VSB’s undergraduate program has been consistently ranked in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Top 20, since the ranking’s inception in 2006.  You will learn from full-time VSB faculty and benefit from their academic expertise and industry experience.  Additionally you will broaden your peer and professional connections.

Upon successful completion of the 16 credit /6 course program, Villanova students earn a Business Minor and visiting students receive an SBI Certificate.

Return on Investment (ROI)
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The program not only provides you with an understanding of key business fundamentals and career development strategies, but also delivers a wide array of additional benefits:

  • Diversified academic credentials
  • Enhanced professional competence and confidence
  • Refined problem-solving and decision-making abilities
  • Expanded communication and teamwork skills
  • Broadened perspectives regarding career options

Alumni Testimonial

“Prior to SBI, I had almost no knowledge of the business world. Now that I have finished the program, I feel so much more confident in my business knowledge. SBI takes you step-by-step through every aspect of the business world, from finance and accounting to marketing and management. By the end of the program, I had vastly improved my skills in leading a team, writing a resume, and presenting in a professional setting. I think that SBI is an incredibly valuable asset that everyone should experience.”
Robert Flynn, Civil Engineering ‘13, SBI ‘11

“SBI remains one of the more intelligent decisions I've made thus far in college. Every employer I've interviewed with so far seems incredibly impressed that I was able to get a business minor in just one summer.”
Michael Kiper, Political Science '13, SBI ’11

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Program Details

Questions?

Have questions or concerns?

Contact sbi@villanova.edu