Location
  • Mexico
    • Mexico City
Term
Summer
Subject Areas
Business Economics Finance Global Studies International Business Marketing Sustainable Development

Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level
Bachelors
Housing
Apartment Host Family
Language
English

Pricing

Starting Price
$1,020 USD
Price Details
Applicaton Fee: 48 USD
Price includes:
Tuition
All access to campus facilities
Course materials
Visits and field trips
Medical insurance
What's Included
Activities Classes Travel Insurance Wifi
What's Included (Extra)

All access to campus facilities, including gym, computer labs, library, etc.
Excursions and visits mentioned of the program

What's Not Included
Accommodation Airfare Airport Transfers Meals SIM cards Transportation Visa
Aug 15, 2019

About Program

The Social Entrepreneurship & Global Innovation Bootcamp is a brand new short-term program from Universidad Iberoamericana for global innovators and entrepreneurs.

Dates: May 24th - June 20th, 2020

Participants will come to Mexico City for an intense four-week long program to learn how to build innovation-driven enterprises to address current global challenges with a social perspective.
 
Throughout the program, participants will learn and practice the latest innovation frameworks used by startups around the world. The bootcamp deepens in strategies, business methodologies and tools to create products and services for social change with innovative characteristics.
 
At the end, participants will be armed with a comprehensive toolkit for entrepreneurship and leadership, and will develop longstanding bonds with innovators from around the world.

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Program Highlights

  • Experience the hospitality of Mexican people
  • Visit national and international corporations and learn about entrepreneurship and innovation strategies
  • Improve your Spanish skills or learn from zero with the included Spanish course

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