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A comprehensive program that focuses on Spanish language and literature, culture, and society and includes internships and courses in economics and international business. Program participants have the opportunity to sample courses offered at the Teatinos campus of the Universidad de Málaga, which has eight schools and institutes and more than 50,000 students.
This five-week program allows students to expand their linguistic ability and develop cultural awareness of the Hispanic world. While living in Málaga, students will also acquire an understanding of the history and culture of a Hispanic civilization.
This program offers the unique opportunity to live and study in both Argentina and Ecuador. First, students take a course in Cuenca, Ecuador that focuses on Spanish language immersion as well as Ecuadorian and Andean history and culture. Second, students travel to Mendoza, Argentina, where they take classes to reinforce their Spanish and another to learn about Argentina's culture, history, politics, and philosophy.
The Business and Culture track is affiliated with the economics school of the Fundacao Getulio Vargas (FGV), one of the most prestigious business schools in Latin America. The academic culture at FGV focuses both on theoretical learning and practical knowledge. In the classroom, students are able to debate and discuss innovative management issues, analyze case studies, and participate in role-playing exercises to better understand business principles. Coursework is supplemented by a series of company visits offering insight into business in São Paulo and Brazil.
The program is affiliated with the Catholic University of São Paulo (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC) for Liberal Arts), and students have access there to a full range of courses in Latin American studies, social sciences, and culture and literature. All classes are taught in Portuguese.
For more detailed information on all programs, see the Center for Global Study and Engagement.