Application Deadline: December 4, 2015
On-campus: May 9-27, 2016
Travel period: May 30-June 16, 2016
One of the most economically dynamic regions in the world, South America is rich in natural resources and agricultural products. It feeds the world’s appetite for goods such as copper, gold, silver, iron ore, and petroleum, as well as foodstuffs like asparagus, beef, and endless varieties of fruits. In addition, South America possesses a rich cultural heritage and stirring history that thrill the soul of each traveler.
“My Go Global experience presented me with the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of both the Chilean and Peruvian cultures. My eyes were opened to the intricacies of a business world previously unknown to me.”
- Leslie Martinez
Students may choose to take one or all of the following courses; a minimum of 0.5 credits (BUS 2000) is required for program participation. Students must work directly with their academic advisor for authorization to take any of the courses listed below during the program. Please note that all pre-requisites must be completed by the end of spring semester.
BUS 2000: Foundations for Global Learning Experiences (0.5 cr)
MGT 3500: Fundamentals of Marketing (3 cr)
MGT 3700: Operations Management (2 cr)
MGT 3800: Leadership (2 cr)
Program costs are the total of the program fee and the cost of tuition.
What will my costs be?
USU Summer 2016 tuition rates will be available in spring 2016. Tuition scholarships will also be available to qualified students. It is anticipated that the total cost, including tuition and tuition scholarships, will range from $3,500 - $4,700 (0.5-7.5 credits).
What do the program costs cover?
December 4, 2015
A complete application consists of all of the following items:
(Application will include the following that should be gathered/prepared prior to beginning your application)
The general application for the summer programs is online. However, the application is not complete until you provide a hard copy of the following completed documents to Liz Allred in BUS 309 (FJ Center).
In addition to the submitted application, each applicant must have an interview with a Global Learning Experiences program leader. We will schedule this interview once the application is complete.
Monday, 30 May – fly to Santiago
Tuesday, 31 May – arrive Santiago, transfer to hotel, city tour, rest of day free
Wednesday, 1 June – business visits
Thursday, 2 June – business visits
Friday, 3 June – business visits
Saturday, 4 June – transfer to Viña del Mar/Valparaiso, city tour, rest of day free
Sunday, 5 June – free day
Monday, 6 June – business visits
Tuesday, 7 June – fly to Lima, arrive Lima, transfer to hotel
Wednesday, 8 June – business visits
Thursday, 9 June – business visits
Friday, 10 June – fly to Trujillo, transfer to hotel, meet with SEED interns and begin projects
Saturday, 11 June – SEED projects
Sunday, 12 June – SEED projects
Monday, 13 June – SEED projects, DanPer visit
Tuesday, 14 June – SEED projects
Wednesday, 15 June – AM: SEED reports, PM: fly to Lima
Thursday, 16 June – early AM fly to SLC or other destinations