International Summer Program
Looking for a European study abroad program in business? Want to improve your Spanish dramatically while learning from engaging professors and enjoying getting to know the Spanish culture?
This summer the School of Economics of the Universidad de Navarra is proud to present a 5-week course designed to give you a 360 degree view of How to do Business in Europe and also jumpstart your Spanish skills, enabling you be able to have an edge not only in Spain but also in all of Spanish-speaking Latin and South America.
The course will include company visits to practically use both the business knowledge you will obtain while here and also the Spanish skills you will develop. It will be held on the campuses of San Sebastian and Pamplona.
Dates: From May 25th – June 24th.
Location: Pamplona and San Sebastian
Organization: Business module, followed by Spanish Language and culture course
Why Study Abroad with the University of Navarra?
University of Navarra has been ranked 45 best university in the world by "The New York Times" Global Employability Survey 2014 Global Employability Survey
The School of Economics has a more than 90% employment rate within 3 months of graduation and almost 20% of its students are from abroad.
It is a city that is impossible not to fall in love with, as Lonely Planet states (Lonely Planet, Summer Lovin' in San Sebastián, July 2010).
Pamplona is the key site of one of the Spain's biggest parties, Los Sanfermines, with the infamous Bull Running festival told of by Hemmingway.
The 2016 "Summer Course" will be held from May 25th – June 24th featuring two modules.
Module 1: Business Courses. These will be held on the Pamplona Campus of the Universidad de Navarra. All courses will be taught in English.
Module 2: Spanish Language and Culture Course. These courses will be held on a combination of the San Sebastian and Pamplona Campuses and will be taught in Spanish. These courses will feature several cultural visits and events. Transportation to and from all events will be provided.
Room and Board:
All housing will be provided for in high quality residence halls on the campuses.They will be separated by gender and have flexible hours.
Excellent Spanish cuisine, pintxos (tapas), and other food will also be available on various meal plans. Pricing is available on the course fees page.
Modules can be taken separately. Please contact us directly to inquire about registration and costs for individual modules.
Deadline for application and payment is April 25th. Early bird prices available until March 15th.
The first module (business) will feature a combination of seminars and site visits, with a final evaluation at the end.
Seminars will include the following*:
Macroeconomics of the Eurozone
Exchange rates, import / export duties
Game theory of doing business in Europe
Performance of the European Economy
International Marketing in a multicultural environment
Economics and Ethics of Workers Rights
Investment in LATAM
Corporate Reputation and Sustainability in Europe
Competition Policy in Europe
*Seminar topics and professors are a provisional list.
The second module will be organized in conjunction with the University of Navarra's Institute for Spanish Language and Culture (ILCE). This portion will span three weeks, and include their curriculum.
All students will be asked to take an online evaluation to determine their Spanish level. Multiple levels will be offered, therefore we encourage all students of all Spanish levels to join us.