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CHILE. Spring Break March 12 -19, 2011. Santiago , Chile on a sunny day in mid -autumn. What we will cover today. Why Latin America? Why Chile? (Business, Culture, History) Our Partner, The Austral Group Trip itinerary Costs and cancellation policy Air transportation Credit Grading

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Spring Break

March 12 -19, 2011

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Santiago, Chile on a sunny day in mid-autumn

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  • Why Latin America? Why Chile? (Business, Culture, History)

  • Our Partner, The Austral Group

  • Trip itinerary

  • Costs and cancellation policy

  • Air transportation

  • Credit

  • Grading

  • Pre-departure meetings

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Why Director do a Study AbroadTripto Chile (LatinAmerica)?

  • Economics

  • Culture

  • Enjoyment

  • Resume builder

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University of Arizona Professional MBA Meeting with Directorthe CEO of MasVida,

one of Chile´s largest medical insurers

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Why Chile? Director

  • Emerging Business Environment

  • Chile in particular is a shining star in the Global economy

  • Chilean institutions are among the strongest in Latin America

  • Chile is one of the world’s most open economies

  • Santiago wasselected as the “Best City for Business” in LatinAmerica

  • Chile has doubled its per capita income over the last ten years

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The Emerging Business Environment Director

  • Chile is a popular locationfor regional headquartersformultinationalcompanies

    • Barrick Gold (Largest gold mining company in the world)

    • Experian (Global credit information)

    • Cargill (agricultural commodities)

    • Concha y Toro (largest producer of wines in Latin America)

    • Ernst & Young (professional services/auditors)

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New York University MBA Social Enterprise Visit to a Copper Mine

Training Workshop sponsored by NESsT non-profit organization

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***Hotel Copper MineAccomodations

  • Times Suites

    • Callao 2988, Las Condes, Santiago - Chile

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Program Cost Copper Mine

  • Program fee (estimate): $1235 ($1485 minus $250 CIBER subsidy)

    • Covers: transportation to company visits, university lectures, three star hotel (double occupancy), tapas reception, group dinner, day visit to Codelco copper mine with lunch, tour of Vina del Mar and Valparaiso, wine tour and tasting, day trip to Andes Mountains with group ‘asado’ lunch

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Cost (continued) Copper Mine

  • NOT Covered:

    • Airfare is NOT included. Each student purchases his/her own ticket and travels independently

    • Entry reciprocity fee (US$ 131 for U.S. citizens, good for the life of your passport, other nationalities check with the Chilean embassy )

    • Hotel extras

    • Additional cultural or tourism activities

    • Meals not mentioned in itinerary

    • Taxes and service fees

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Deadline for Deposit and Cancellation Policy Copper Mine

  • Deadline for enrollment and $500 deposit (non-refundable) : December 15, 2010

  • Cancellation Policy:

    • Withdrawal after deposit anytime before start of program, none of deposit is refunded (unless program is cancelled by the University).

    • Withdrawal on or before February 1, 2011, student is responsible for all of program fee except $250.

    • Withdrawal after February 1, 2011, none of the program fee is refunded

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Travel Misc. Copper Mine

  • Visas: Not required for U.S. citizens. Others should check the Chilean embassy website

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University of New Orleans Copper Minemeeting at El Teniente Copper Mine:

the deepest Copper Mine in the world

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Course Credit, Syllabus, Assignments, Grades Copper Mine

  • Course Credit: 1 hour academic credit

  • Course number: Mgmt 49000 / SA 10707

  • Eligibility: Krannert Students (and others as space allows)

  • Syllabus

  • Economist Special Report on Latin America

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Cascadas Copper Mine de las Animas

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Next Steps Copper Mine

  • Enroll in program at Study Abroad Website:

  • Deliver $500 (non-refundable) deposit to Greg Cutchin/Judy Aulby (CIBER), Krannert room 525/526

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Cascadas Copper Mine de las Animas

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Next Steps (continued) Copper Mine

  • Attend guest lecture on Latin American Business Environment, February 7, 2011, by Dr. Terry McCoy, University of Florida. Location Krannert or Rawls

  • Attend pre-departure meeting (Date TBD)

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Cascadas Copper Mine de las Animas

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Photo: The Austral Group the Andes

New York University Group Lunch in the Casablanca Wine Valley

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Happy faces of Penn State Students at the end of an Dinners

Austral Group MBA Study Trip Experience!!

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Questions Dinners

  • Contact Greg Cutchin, Managing Director, Purdue CIBER, Krannert Room 525, 4-4467, [email protected]