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Social entrepreneurship is an attempt to use business techniques to develop innovative solutions for the world’s most pressing problems. England has a vibrant community of social entrepreneurs that will allow our students to explore innovative solutions to some of the world’s seemingly intractable problems.Earn 6 quarter credits or 4 semester hours in Social Entrepreneurship (BA 199 Social Entrepreneurship). This program takes you on an exciting journey through the vibrant business culture of the United Kingdom, aiming to help you understand how social entrepreneurism is put into practice in places such as London, Edinburgh and Cambridge. Academic activities are integrated with excursions, giving you an inside look at many socially innovative companies. Visits to several well-known cultural locations in the city and surrounding area are also planned. All instruction is in English.
Volunteering abroad offers a unique opportunity for personal growth while making significant contributions to the local community. Open your heart, lend a hand, and seize the day as you embark on a purpose-filled adventure! API has developed strong relationships with conservation groups, animal rescue centers, orphanages, schools, hospitals, and non-profit organizations abroad. We will work with your skills and preferences to best match your passions with the availability, needs, and objectives of the local host community. API will provide you with the support and security you need to successfully plan your volunteer abroad adventure!
Boston University, in conjunction with the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, offers a one-semester Madrid Management Internship Program. The program consists of two management courses, a Contemporary Spanish Culture course, and an internship for credit. Students enroll directly in the Autónoma and have access to its facilities and services. BU School of Management students should refer to SMG’s lists of pre-approved courses at the Universidad Autónoma before applying.
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I am a Hispanic, first-gen woman with a physical disability from a lower SES I couldn’t see studying abroad as a reality for me. Finally junior year of college I made the decision that no matter the obstacles present I was going to study/intern abroad.
When I reflect on my international education experiences from high school to the present, I recognize that diversity and representation, as well as a sense of community is usually what guided me.
Being a first generation student, I always had an enormous pressure to do well in school in order to be successful in the future. With that being said, I never gave any thought in studying abroad because I felt it was unnecessary in order to complete my dreams. However, I always thought the idea of studying abroad was interesting but never within my reach.
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