Spain Study Abroad

Spain Study Abroad

Spain Study Abroad Program

A Dynamic Program in Three Vibrant Cities

Madrid, Malaga, Granada: Spain

June 13-June 24, 2018

Program Overview

  • Focuses on the marketing aspects of conducting business in Spain and other international markets
  • Examines the current market conditions which influence business conduct
  • Provides the cultural offerings of Madrid, Malaga, Granada, and (optionally) Barcelona! All cities with a rich and vibrant heritage
  • Balances coursework with site visits to local companies
  • Study abroad component from June 13 - June 24, 2018
  • Pre-trip lectures via Adobe Connect starting early May
  • Possible incentive for first 10 paid deposit applicants
  • Limited Travel Voucher opportunities available; please apply for more details!

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Space is limited. Prior to enrollment, students will also complete a "Course Substitution Form" to insure that the course is approved for their curriculum model. This course will satisfy the international experience requirement for undergraduate campus students majoring in International Business and can also be used as one of your business electives. 

The course will be provided in partnership with ESIC, an internationally-renowned university, specializing in Marketing and Business.

Course Credit

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This is a three-credit hour course provided for both the graduate and upper-level undergraduate students on campus, online, or in the Extended Studies Division. Depending on your curriculum, the course may satisfy either a required or an elective course.

Course Fee

The total tuition and program cost per student is $4,300. Please note the tuition and program costs include the 3 credit hours, and the time in SPAIN, however, the airfare is not included. See FAQ for payment schedule. The amount is a fixed fee. The total amount is due before the beginning of the Summer A or Summer 1 semester. The fee cannot be broken up or deconstructed for alternative payment arrangements. Possible early registration discount available for first 10 students (see payment schedule in FAQ for more details).

The expenses covered, for the $4,300 payment, include tuition, reading materials, ten nights of lodging in a four-star hotel (double occupancy) including complimentary breakfast, insurance (medical, evacuation and repatriation coverage), metro pass as needed, cultural events, five dinners, lunch for four of the ten days, museum entrance as needed, study-abroad golf shirt, local transportation, as well as company visits and tourist excursions.

Program Application


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