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  • Locations: Seville, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Program Description:
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Highlights

  • Gain professional experience
  • Work alongside international colleagues
  • Live for six weeks in a different country

Description

Gain first-hand knowledge and professional experience through global experiential opportunities. Learn and work alongside international colleagues in a variety of cultural settings, build your international network of friends, and prepare for today's rapidly changing global society. These six-week, unpaid internships take place each year during the CU Denver downtown campus summer term.

Whether you wish to improve your resume, fulfill educational requirements, or accomplish life-long dreams, internships abroad are an essential component of a student's educational experience and represent a vital link to successful career preparation and personal development. As global market economies become increasingly interdependent, employers are looking to hire new employees who have international experience and who understand multi-cultural environments.
 

Spain and Portugal together make up the Iberian Peninsula, the westernmost of the three major peninsulas of southern Europe. Andalucía was the launching point for the discovery of America, and Sevilla became the main port for the imports of gold from the New World during the 16th and 17th centuries. A peaceful transition to democracy following the death of Dictator Francisco Franco in 1975 and rapid economic modernization (Spain joined the EU in 1986) gave Spain a dynamic and rapidly growing economy and made it a global champion of freedom and human rights. It boasts charming cities and towns such as Huelva, Cadiz, and Cordoba and takes pride in its ancient monuments as well as futuristic architecture. Spain today is the second most popular destination in the world for study abroad programs.

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Details

Course Information

  • 3 Credits
  • Course varies by department
  • Program Dates: June 10-July 19, 2019
  • Housing

    Homestay

    2019 Cost

    Approximately $3,319*
    *Tuition price will vary by school/college.  Cost per credit is as follows: CLAS $100, SEHD $100, CAP $120, BUSN $150, CAM $70

  • Includes:
       Airport pick-up upon arrival in host country
       International medical and evacuation insurance
       Internship placement
       Room and board with a host family or in a dormitory
       Three meals per day
       Cross-cultural orientation and travel materials
       In-country support

  • Not Included:
  • Tuition, see per credit pricing above
       Roundtrip airfare to the host country
       Airport drop-off at completion of the program
       Visa and passport fees
       Local transportation including excursions
       Personal expenses (shopping, gifts, personal travel in host country , etc.)
       Preventative medical care needed prior to departure
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    Eligibility

  • Currently enrolled University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus undergraduate and graduate students with minimum GPA 2.75 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduate students
  • Basic to intermediate conversational ability in the host country's language is required for students applying to Chile, France, and Spain.
  • A valid and current passport is required of all students at least three months prior to departure.
  • For U.S. citizens, a visa is required for the United Kingdom and Singapore. For non-U.S. citizens, a visa may be required for any of the six IPA countries. Non-native English speakers applying for the United Kingdom must take the IELTS exam in order to obtain a UK visa.
  • Students must have a demonstrated ability to function effectively in a cross-cultural environment and to uphold a positive image of CU Denver.

  • After submitting an application and required documents, students will be invited for an interview with the Office of Global Education as part of the application process.

    Part of the application process requires students to attend an IPA workshop at the CU Denver Experiential Learning Center and complete a Learning Agreement that clearly outlines the roles and responsibilities of the student, host organization, and CU Denver to ensure the integrity of the internship experience for all parties.

    Questions? Contact the Office of Global Education at study.abroad@ucdenver.edu.

    Financial Aid & Scholarships

    Financial Aid

    CU Denver students may be able to use their existing financial aid for Internship Programs Abroad. Note that Internship Programs Abroad (IPA) are considered part of the Summer term for financial aid. For more information and to discuss your personal aid package, contact the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office at 303.315.1850 or financialaid@ucdenver.edu.

    Please add “Study Abroad” to the subject heading when sending emails to the above email address, as this will ensure that your message is routed to a study abroad financial aid advisor. You can also schedule an online appointment to meet with a Financial Aid advisor.

    Scholarships

    CU Denver Global Education Scholarship

    CU Denver students participating in IPA are eligible to apply for this $1000 scholarship from the Office of Global Education. Apply here by February 14, 2019.

    Additional Scholarship Information

    We encourage you to seek additional scholarships for which you or your program may be eligible. See if your academic department or college/school offers study abroad scholarships, or visit the following websites to learn about external funding:
    studyabroad.com
    goabroad.com
    iiepassport.org




    This program is currently not accepting applications.