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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.
FIE's Dublin summer program is an incredible way to spend 5.5 weeks studying, exploring, and travelling in Ireland. The program offers students the opportunity to gain an understanding of Ireland across a broad spectrum of study and experience. Students complete two courses during the program: 1) An Insight into Irish History, Politics and Literature and 2) Irish Culture and Society. The program includes two co-curricular field excursions to Northern Ireland and Cork to contextualize and deepen the experience. Also included are living accommodation in shared apartments in central Dublin, a full calendar of weekly extra-curricular activities, and an amazing staff available around the clock to support the group throughout the program.
As one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas, Tokyo and its environs will challenge you to look at the world differently. Mastering public transportation, trying exotic foods, encountering the maximum urban environment that surrounds carefully nurtured gardens and parks, experiencing a lifestyle that combines fast-paced modernity with age-old traditions – all of these will expand your view of the world and offer insights into your own reality. This program is excellent for serious students at all levels who seek to study Japanese language in an intensive 6-credit course. Courserelated excursions in and around Tokyo complement what you are learning in the classroom, and help you gain knowledge of Japanese culture and society.
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Financial planning and multiple financial strategies are critical when it comes to studying abroad. When I found my study abroad program, the first thing I did was figure out a budget.
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.
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.
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