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  • Locations: Santiago, Chile; Valparaiso, Chile
  • Program Terms: January Intersession
  • Restrictions: UD applicants only
  • Costs (Click term to view): January Intersession
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Faculty-led Language of instruction: English
Minimum GPA: 3.0 Housing Options: Hotel
Class Eligibility: 05 Graduate
Non-UD Students:
No
Language coursework offered: No Field of study: Business & Management
Program Advisor: Mark Jacobs
Academic Level:
Graduate
Max credit hours:
3
Program Description:

About the Program 

Map: ChileSantiago, named after the Biblical figure St. James, is the capital and largest city of Chile.  It is also the center of its largest conurbation (a region comprising a number of cities, large towns, and other urban areas that, through population growth and physical expansion, have merged to form one continuous urban and industrially developed area). Santiago is located in the country's central valley, at an elevation of 520 m (1,706 ft) above mean sea level.

Founded in 1541, Santiago has been the capital city of Chile since colonial times. The city has a downtown core of 19th century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles.  Santiago's cityscape is shaped by several stand-alone hills and the fast-flowing Mapocho River, lined by parks such as Parque Forestal.  Mountains of the Andes chain can be seen from most points in the city.  These mountains contribute to a considerable smog problem in the months of June through September. The city outskirts are surrounded by vineyards, and Santiago is within a few hours of both the mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Santiago's steady economic growth over the past few decades has transformed it into a modern metropolis.  The city is now home to growing theater and restaurant scenes, extensive suburban development, dozens of shopping centers, and a rising skyline, including the tallest building in Latin America, the Gran Torre Santiago.  It includes several major universities, and has developed a modern transportation infrastructure, including a free flow toll-based, partly underground urban freeway system and the Metro de Santiago, South America's most extensive subway system.  Santiago is the cultural, political and financial center of Chile and is home to the regional headquarters of many multinational corporations.  The Chilean executive and judicial powers are located in Santiago, but Congress meets in nearby Valparaíso.

Curricular Options

MBA 656: Business in Latin America (3 Credits)

Study of international culture and business operations. This course will include a week of study outside of the U.S. that will include lectures and relevant site visits.

This course will provide a range of high-level contacts covering a several industries in South America, but will be sure to incorporate the wine industry.  The primary objective of the course will be to emphasize the study of international culture and business operations.  This will be accomplished primarily through the on-site experience, but also in a small number of class sessions at UD preparing for the event and discussions post event. 

Faculty

Dr. Mark Jacobs, Dept of MIS, Operations & Supply Management, and Decision Sciences

Cost and Refund Policy

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Program Ratings:
Overall Experience:
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Program Value:
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Academic Experience:
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Cultural Experiences:
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This program is currently not accepting applications.