Undergraduate Summer Study Abroad

 

Spend your summer completing Eller coursework abroad, while broadening your understanding of other cultures.

Learn more about what our programs have to offer:

Programs

Program Details 

Application Deadline: March 1, 2021

Withdrawal Deadline: April 1, 2021 

Program Dates: Arrive: June 7, 2021, Depart: July 10, 2021

Cost: $5,500* (6 credits) *Cost subject to change

Costs include: Tuition, housing, orientation, welcome and farewell events, city tour, day trip excursion, on-site staff support, and supplemental health insurance. 

Cost does not include: Roundtrip airfare, meals, local transportation, and personal expenses

Offered through a partnership with CEA: http://www.ceastudyabroad.com/

For more information, contact Lauren Findlow, Assistant Director of Global Programs.


The Barcelona Summer Study program is five-weeks and provides students with the opportunity to study in one of the major cultural and economic centers of southwestern Europe.

While participating, students will have the opportunity to earn transfer credit for their business coursework, explore Barcelona, and learn from local faculty.

CEA Barcelona Study Center

Students will study in the heart of Barcelona, in CEA's Barcelona Study Center. While at the Study Center, students can enjoy amenities such as the student lounge, study rooms, and printing services. Additionally, the CEA on-site staff is also available to assist with questions relating to housing, navigating the city, or your international healthcare coverage.

Both ACCT 200 (Introduction to Financial Accounting) and BNAD 276 (Statistical Inference in Management) will be taught by local faculty members. 

Summer Housing and Transportation

The Barcelona Summer Study program housing is located around the city center of Barcelona. The student apartments include: a shared full kitchen, shared bathroom, internet access, washer only, and fans. There are typically two students per room, and up to seven students per apartment. Students will be living with the other program participants, and are able to request to live with a specific roommate. 

Travel between students' housing and the academic Study Center is fast and fluid, thanks to the public transport and motorways network. The average commute time is 30-40 minutes.

Academic Credit

Students will receive transfer credit for ACCT 200 (Introduction to Financial Accounting) and BNAD 276 (Statistical Inference in Management). UA will only accept transfer coursework with a letter grade of "C" or higher. 

Eligibility and Application Process

  • Minimum GPA of 2.75
  • Have not yet completed ACCT 200 or BNAD 276
  • Valid passport
  • Spanish language background encouraged, but not required 

Program Details 

Application Deadline: March 1, 2021

Withdrawal Deadline: April 1, 2021

Program Dates: Arrive: June 5, 2021, depart: July 9, 2021

Cost: $6,000* (6 credits) *Cost subject to change

Costs include: Tuition, housing, orientation, welcome events, day trip excursions, on-site staff support, and supplemental health insurance.

Cost does not include: Roundtrip airfare, meals, local transportation, and personal expenses

Offered through a partnership with the Foundation for International Education:
www.fie.org.uk

For more information, contact Lauren Findlow, Assistant Director of Global Programs.


The Dublin Summer Study program is five-weeks and provides students with the opportunity to study in one of the major economic centers in northwestern Europe.

By participating, students will have the opportunity to study alongside other UA students at the Dublin Business School, earn six units of transfer credit, and explore Ireland. 

Dublin Business School

The Dublin Business School (DBS) is Ireland's largest independent third level college. Over the last 40 years, DBS has established a considerable international reputation for the quality of its programs and has created a unique learning environment with students from over 70 countries. In 2018, DBS won Best College of Business and Overall Excellence in Education at the annual Irish “The Education” Awards. 

Both ECON 200 (Basic Economic Issues) and Tier II Humanities (Irish Life and Culture) will be taught by local faculty members at DBS. 

Summer Internship Housing and Transportation

The Dublin Summer Study program housing is located in city center of Dublin with easy access to local transportation. FIE provides student housing at the Binary Hub, a purpose-built student accommodation featuring flats with single bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, full shared kitchens, a student common area, study lounge, game room, laundry, and an on-site gym.

Students are met at the Dublin airport by FIE staff and then transported into the city on the day of arrival. Dublin is a compact and walkable city. The Dublin Business School is only a 20 minute walk away from the Binary Hub. 

Orientation and Activities

Upon arrival in Dublin, you’ll have an orientation that includes important meetings about your housing, classes, as well as fun activities designed to help you orient to Dublin. Prior activities have included: a walking tour, a welcome reception, and a day trip to a beautiful cliff and coastal area in the region. The second included day trip is to the Cliffs of Moher. All students will have access to a highly subsidized calendar of extracurricular activities in Dublin and beyond.

Academic Credit

Students will receive transfer credit for ECON 200 (Basic Economic Issues) and Tier II Humanities (Irish Life and Culture). UA will only accept transfer coursework with a letter grade of "C" or higher. 

Eligibility and Application Process

  • Minimum GPA of 2.75
  • Have not yet completed ECON 200 
  • Valid passport 

Schedule an eSMS Appointment with a global advisor


Travel Resources

Access vital travel information before beginning your international experience, including passport, visa information, and health and safety resources.

Passport and Visa Information

Passport

  • You can start the application process by reading the following information from the U.S. State Department 
  • You can apply for a passport or submit a passport renewal request at the UA Passport Office

Visas

A visa is usually an entry stamp placed in your passport. This allows you entry into a foreign country. A visa is issued by the country's government prior to arrival. Visa requirements vary from country to country depending on the length of time and purpose of your stay. You will need to contact the nearest consulate for the country you will be visiting and ask about the visa requirements. Please check with your Eller Global Advisor to inquire about whether your program requires a student visa.

Health & Safety Resources

Students should review information regarding health and safety abroad. Below are some resources:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Study Abroad FAQs
  • UA resources for health and safety abroad
  • Educate yourself about current health issues where you will be going and the available medical services. Please search for information on the country(ies) you will be traveling to using the following websites:
  • Make an appointment with the Campus Health Immunizations and Travel Clinic, your primary care physician, and/or mental health practitioner to discuss any health needs and services you will require abroad
    • What medications and immunizations may be necessary based on your destination
    • Review your current medical insurance coverage
    • Keep a copy of your GeoBlue insurance (international health insurance) card to take abroad with you
  • If you are a student with a disability requesting accommodations for your Study Abroad/Exchange experience you will need to register with the sponsoring institution's disability resource center. If you are attending a UA sponsored program please contact Disability Resources at 520-621-3268, uadrc@email.arizona.edu(link sends e-mail).

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