Florence, Bologna, Milan
Madrid, Berlin, Wolfsburg, Geneva, Paris, Florence, Bologna, Milan and Barcelona
(June 28 – July 28)
All transportation between cities is by high-speed train or plane.
June 28: Welcome Orientation
June 29: Spain Today / Classes / Scavenger hunt
June 30: City Walking Tour / Classes
July 1: City Walking Tour
July 2: Visit to Museum Island – Pergamon and Bode Museums
July 3: Day Trip to Wolfsburg – Autostadt and Volkswagen Plant
July 4: Seminar at the Reichstag (German Parliament)
July 5: Seminar El Corte Ingles (Retail) / Classes
July 6: Classes / Visit Prado Museum
July 7: Classes / Visit to the Royal Palace
July 8: City Walking Tour - Renaissance Tour / City Walking Tour - Medici Tour
July 9: Visit to the Uffizi Gallery / Visit to La Accademia
July 10: Day Trip to Bologna / Visit to Ducati - Factory Tour and Seminar
July 11: City Walking Tour
July 12: Visit to Prada Headquarters
July 13: Seminar at the World Trade Organization (WTO) / The United Nations Educational
Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
July 14: Seminar at the United Nations (UN) / Tour of the Patek Philippe Museum (Watches)
July 15: Visit to the Louvre / Evening River Cruise on the Seine
July 16: Visit to the Musée D'Orsay
July 17: Visit La Defense Business District / Seminar at the Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) / Seminar at Fragonard (Perfume)
July 18: Classes / Visit to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Real Madrid)
July 19: Classes / Seminar at Renfe (Railroad)
July 20: Classes / Visit to the Reina Sofía Museum
July 21: Visit to the Estrella Damn Factory (Beer) / Visit to the Sagrada Familia / Visit to Parc Guell / Paella Cooking Classes
July 22: City Walking Tour / Visit to the Picasso Museum or Fundació Joan Miró / Visit to the Magic Fountain at Montjuic
July 23: Visit to Camp Nou (FC Barcelona)
July 24: Classes / Tapas Tasting
July 25: Classes
July 26: Final Exams / Farewell Dinner
July 28: Final Farewells
Voyager Europe participants are immersed in the art, history and culture of Europe. Each of the classes includes city-specific activities that are integral to the class and the program.
An overview of the historical development of the European political and cultural identity from 1947 to the present.
Seminars at the Reichstag (German Parliament) (Berlin), World Trade Organization (WTO) (Geneva), United Nations (UN) (Geneva), Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Paris) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) (Paris).
This course examines the production of art from the fourteenth through the twentieth centuries. Explores art from a variety of cultures and geographic regions.
Study at the Prado (Madrid); the Reina Sofía (Madrid); the Pergamon Museum (Berlin); the Bode Museum (Berlin); the Louvre (Paris); the Musée D’Orsay (Paris); the Uffizi Gallery (Florence) and La Accademia (Florence).
An overview of the environment in which international businesses compete, including the special role that each business function plays within a firm operating globally.
Seminars at offices of El Corte Ingles (Retail) (Madrid); Renfe (National Railroad) (Madrid); Autostadt (Volkswagen Plant) (Wolfsburg); Patek Philippe (Watchmaker) (Geneva); Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Paris); Fragonard (Perfume) (Paris) ); Prada (Fashion) (Milan); Ducati (Motorcycles) (Bologna) and Estrella Damm (Beer Brewery) (Barcelona).
This course is an exploration of the interdisciplinary field of intercultural communication. Emphasis is on increasing communicative competencies in cross-cultural settings.
eCity walking tours in Madrid, Berlin, Geneva, Paris, Milan, Florence and Barcelona; visit to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Real Madrid CF) (Madrid); a tapas tasting (Madrid); Tapas Tasting (Madrid); evening river cruise on the Seine (Paris); visit to Camp Nou – (FC Barcelona) (Barcelona) and a Spanish cooking class (Barcelona).
Focus is on the unique problems associated with managing marketing operations across national borders.
Seminars at offices of El Corte Ingles (Retail) (Madrid); Renfe (Railroad) (Madrid); the Autostadt (Volkswagen Plant) (Berlin); Patek Philippe (Watchmaker) (Geneva); Fragonard (Perfume) (Paris); Prada (Fashion) (Milan); Ducati (Motorcycles) (Bologna) and Estrella Damm (Beer Brewery) (Barcelona).
All university students of any major can apply for admission.
If you already have a college or university degree you may still apply even if you are not currently attending an academic program.
All applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the start of the program.
The required minimum GPA is 2.50. Students applying with a GPA below 2.50 will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Students are encouraged to meet with their study abroad and/or program adviser to determine if a particular class will transfer. Transcripts for completed courses are issued by Endicott College in Beverly Massachusetts. Endicott College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC).
Students should bring information on Endicott College and a copy of the class syllabus to the meeting with their adviser. Voyager staff is always available to assist you in the credit transfer process.
Upon completion of the program, transcripts for completed classes will be issued by Endicott College. Transcripts will be mailed in a sealed envelope to the registrar at your home university. The transcript will identify the course(s) completed, letter and/or number grade.