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|Term||Year||App Deadline||App Review Begins||Start Date||End Date|
|NOTE: Do NOT purchase airline tickets until informed to do so. Dates subject to change.|
** For most programs, applications are reviewed on a rolling admissions basis (starting August 1st for Spring programs and starting January 15th for Summer and Fall programs). NOTE: Applications for programs offering exchange positions will be reviewed AFTER the application deadline.
|Type of Program:||Faculty-Led Global Seminar||Areas of Study:||Business/Intl Business|
|Minimum Required GPA:||2.50||Minimum Class Standing:||2 - sophomore|
|Course Prerequisite(s):||BCOR 1020 or MATH 2510 or ECON 3818||Housing Option(s):||Apartments/Houses|
|Open to students from:||CU-Boulder Leeds Business School||Language(s) of Instruction:||English|
|Course Load for Summer/Winter Program:||3 credits||Length of Summer/Winter Program:||3 Weeks|
Complete your BCOR 2500 requirement abroad
Study management while getting an inside look at Spanish and international companies
Soak up Spanish culture through museum tours or exploring Valencia's Old City
This program is based in Valencia, Spain's third largest city. Combining urban life and a relaxed, seaside atmosphere, Valencia is becoming one of the most popular destinations on the Mediterranean coast. Valencia's old city center is made up of historic buildings, cathedrals, shops, restaurants, and businesses, while in other parts of the city, modern architectural landmarks illustrate Valencia's rich multicultural roots.
This is a 3-credit course that will be divided up as follows: for three hours, three days a week, students will have class. The remaining two days will be spent visiting companies in which they will see how the concepts learnt are implemented. The course is taught in English.
- 3 weeks from mid-July to the beginning of August.
|University of Colorado|
BCOR 2500: Introduction to Operations and Information Management (equivalent to BCOR 2500)
3 University of Colorado credits
This course fulfills the International Experience requirement for the International Business Certificate.
This course counts towards business electives.
The program is directed by Rafael Martí, a regular visiting professor to CU, who lives in Valencia, Spain. He is a professor at the University of Valencia whose first language is Spanish but who also speaks English fluently.
Several cultural visits are planned during the course of this program. Students will take part in a Paella Valenciana class, experience the City of Arts and Sciences, explore the Old City, and visit several museums.
Students will be housed in pre-arranged apartments near the Old City.
You will be responsible for making your own travel arrangements to Spain and back. The program officially begins and ends in Valencia. All transportation to required program activities and company visits within Spain is included.