During this study abroad program, students will learn about business practices in South America through a seminar led by our faculty. They will experience the unique cultures and enterprises of this part of the world through city tours, company visits, factory tours, cultural activities, a service project, and excursions. Orientation sessions for this program will be held during the Spring semester.
- Santiago, Chile
- Lima, Cusco & Machu Picchu, Peru
May 14 - June 5, 2016
Instructors will be announced fall 2015.
- INTB 5100 Special Topics in International Business (3 credits)
- TBA upper-level business course (3 credits)
Prerequisites, if any, will be enforced (check UGA Bulletin).
Estimated Program Cost
|Program fee (2016 TBD) includes travel while abroad and some meals||$4,000|
|UGA tuition & fees – 6 credit hours||$1,716|
|Meals not included in program||$900|
|Suggested personal spending money||$200|
Speak with a UGA Financial Aid Advisor about how to apply the HOPE scholarship and other financial aid to study abroad expenses. Additionally, explore scholarships maintained by the UGA Office of International Education.
Application deadline is January 8, 2016 (open until full).
I am so grateful for the opportunity to visit some places that are less talked about. Santiago is one of the coolest cities I've ever visited, and we really started to feel at home in Chile. Peru was equally amazing, and Machu Picchu could not be beat. These places gave us the best that nature has to offer: snow-capped Andes, beautiful vineyards and breathtaking ocean views. Visiting companies in various industries there has helped me to see how many of the concepts we learn in Terry play out in the global economy. The best parts of the trip, however, were creating relationships with our professors, peers and local guides—there's something about international travel that unites people quickly. This trip gave me a new found love for South American culture, and I have every intention of going back.Madeline Davis, Finance Major
UGA Honors Program
Leonard Leadership Scholar
Gamma Phi Beta Education Vice President
The Terry in South America Program was truly life altering! In my opinion, there is no other study abroad opportunity that can provide both the aesthetic and educational value that this program did. From climbing the sacred ruins of Machu Picchu to sitting in a boardroom with CEOs of multinational corporations, the Terry courses brought together practical business concepts with the rich cultural exposure that make the program truly unique. My personal highlights from the trip include reflecting on the crystal clear Laguna Inca and receiving career advice directly from the CEO of Deloitte Peru.Iqbal Khan, Management Information Systems and International Business Major
Institute for Leadership Advancement Fellow
Phi Delta Theta Vice President