Chile Summer Study Program
For graduate students
Dates: 7 – 18 January 2019
Location: Santiago, Chile
Destination: Santiago, Chile
Experience vibrant Latin American culture while learning about the political and economic business dynamics in Chile and Latin America. This unique program has been specially designed for Monash Business students and delivered in English by the prestigious University of Chile; the oldest and largest university in the country.
Chile is a beautiful and diverse travel destination and its capital, Santiago, is a cosmopolitan city located amidst the spectacular Andes mountain range.
In this stimulating two week program, you will experience and learn about the political, economic and business dynamics of doing business in Latin America – a fascinating region in transition that in the last two decades has embraced democracy, emerged as an economic powerhouse and become increasingly influential in global affairs. The region’s rise has implications for Australia and the broader Asia-Pacific economic community.
As an important player in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and a significant commercial partner for Australia, Chile offers a great case study of the region in transition.
Complete 12 credit points over two weeks of study, including the added bonus of daily Spanish lessons. Drawing on regional politics, economics, social and business issues, the program integrates an intensive academic schedule with engaging and complementary site visits, excursions and meetings with industry leaders.
The program has been specially designed for the Monash Business School by our partners at the School of Business and Economics (FEN), one of Latin America’s leading Business Schools. The program is taught by senior faculty from FEN and distinguished practitioners from business and government.
Applications for the program close 12 August 2018.
Daily program structure
- 4.5 hours of classes every morning including a one-hour Spanish lesson
- Business visits and meetings in the afternoons.
- Chilean macroeconomic dynamics from 1982 to the present
- Intercultural business challenges in Latin America
- Development challenges in Latin American landscape
- Latin America in World Affairs.
Who should consider this unit?
The program has been designed for graduate students with an interest in international business practices and/or the political, economic, business and social issues facing Chile and Latin America.