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  • Locations: Pamplona, Spain
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Auburn University Faculty-Led Program College/School: Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Department: Engineering Language of Instruction: English
Click here for a definition of this term Housing Type(s): Apartment Click here for a definition of this term AU Faculty Leader(s): Jorge Valenzuela, valenjo@auburn.edu
Click here for a definition of this term Student Level: JR-Junior, SO-Sophomore, SR-Senior Majors Eligible: Engineering Majors
Click here for a definition of this term Undergraduate GPA Requirement: 2.25 (Undergraduates) Attendance Requirement: 100% Attendance Is Required
Physical/Environmental Considerations: Stairs, Walk/Use Local Transportation, Walking
Program Description:

International Engineering Internships
in Pamplona, Spain
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This six-week program in Pamplona, Spain provides hands-on work experience combined with a unique cultural experience. Students will work in teams on a consulting project for a Spanish business client. The project will be defined by the client and the student teams will prepare a written report and make a formal presentation to the client at the end of the program with their proposed solutions/advice and recommendations for the client.

The purpose of the program is to provide students with a real-life work experience solving real business problems through teamwork in an international setting. Students will also gain valuable experience working with students in different majors, as well as gain experience developing and making presentations and preparing and writing formal business reports.


PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Participants should be able to negotiate bus and train transportation and stairs. As with all of Europe, extensive walking to sites is common. 

ELIGIBILITYGroup in front of Church

  • Students must be in good standing at Auburn University
  • Students must have a minimum 2.25 institutional GPA
  • Students must be Engineering majors

IMPORTANT DATES

Summer 2020
  • Early May 2020: Boot camp courses begin on Auburn's campus
  • Late May 2020: Boot camp courses end on Auburn's campus
  • 31 May 2020: Depart USA for Spain
  • 1 June 2020: Start date in Pamplona, Spain
  • 9 July 2019: Return to USA
  • 5 August 2020: Courses end on Auburn Campus

COURSES

Students may select up to four classes (3-13 credits) from the course list below. Courses will be taught by Auburn faculty members in English. Students must take INSY 4970 which will be the course to manage the actual project work performed between the student teams and the partnership company.

REQUIRED COURSE - course taught in Spain

  • INSY 4970: Engineering Projects (3 credits)
BOOT CAMP COURSES - additional optional courses taught at Auburn campus from early May to late May 2020 - prior to international travel
 
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  • ENGR 3510: Product Development IP Product Costing (3 credits)
  • INSY 3020: Occupational Safety Ergonomics (3 credits)
  • INSY 3600: Engineering Economics (3 credits)
  • PHIL 1040: Business Ethics (3 credits)
  • ELEC 3810: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
  • FLSP 1010: Elementary Spanish I (4 credits)
PROGRAM COSTS

The cost of the program will be $6,950. For more information, download a copy of the Estimated Student Budget - Engineering Projects

Included: Program fees include Auburn coursework credit hours (3-13 credits), housing in Spain, excursions and entrance fees to selected sights, and international insurance. 

Not included: Airfare, meals, passport, optional tours and entrance fees to some sites, Auburn Abroad Fee ($691), and CoE Professional Fee ($721).

Payment and Withdrawal Dates

  • 14 January 2020: Application Deadline
  • 14 March 2020: Deadline Extended- contact faculty director if applying after 14 Jan
  • 15 January 2020: First payment appears on eBill
  • 15 February 2020: First payment due $3,475
  • 15 March 2020: Second Payment appears on eBill
  • 15 April 2020: Second Payment due $3,475Town Hall Pamplona

Withdraw Policy: Students who withdraw after 15 February, 2020 will forfeit half of the total fees due.
Students who withdraw after 15 April, 2020 will forfeit all fees without refund. 

HOUSING

Students stay in apartments in Pamplona with easy access to necessary amenities. Internet is included. Students will be on their own for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

LOCATION
Pamplona, Spain

Pamplona is a medium sized city, capital of the Region of Navarra, in the North of Spain close to the border with France. Some know Pamplona as the host city for "Running of the Bulls". For others Pamplona is a famous worldwide for its San Fermin festival which takes place each year from 6th of 14th July. This festival was made world famous by the American writer Ernest Hemingway in his book "The Sun Also Rises" or "Fiesta" in its Spanish version. Pamplona is a safe city where students can feel at home. It is not a tourist city so the students will have plenty of opportunities to speak Spanish to the local people while shopping or just out having a quiet coffee. 

EXCURSIONS

  • Walking Tour of Pamplona, Spain
  • Visit to a medieval castleGeggenheim Museum in Bilbao
  • Full day trip to the Guggenheim Museum and to Bilbao
  • Weekend in Barcelona
  • Weekend in Palma de Mallorca

PASSPORT AND VISA REQUIREMENTS

If you do not have a PASSPORT: Please check www.travel.state.gov for the nearest local passport office and forms. Auburn Abroad recommends that you apply for a passport as soon as possible. If you already have a passport: Please check the expiration date. Passports should be valid for at least 1 year following your scheduled time abroad.

VISA REGULATION:

  • U.S. Citizens do not need a visa for this program.
  • Non-U.S. Citizens should verify visa requirements.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact the faculty director: Jorge Valenzuela, valenjo@auburn.edu

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This program is currently not accepting applications.