This spring, Geneva College students have the opportunity to gain invaluable knowledge and exceptional life experience through the Argentina & Brazil Experience class and international trip. With a culture rich in history and the arts, these countries provide visitors extraordinary cultural and business learning opportunities.
Christ the Redeemer
During the May@Geneva term, students will take a two-week trip to Argentina and Brazil from May 12-24 guided by Global Tracks. The trip begins with five days in Argentina′s capital, Buenos Aires, a thriving seaport and center of commerce. While there, students will visit the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange; study and tour historical sites such as the Santa Susana Gaucho Ranch, the San Telmo and Recoleta neighborhoods, including a trip to the graveside of First Lady Eva Perone of Evita fame; and tour the U.S. Commercial Services. Among visiting other sites, students will also spend time discussing modern Argentinean culture with professors and students at a local university. Next, students will spend two-and-a-half days in Iguassu, Argentina, where they will explore the port of Iguassu and the famous Itaipu Hydroelectric power plant, as well as hike along the breathtaking natural wonder of 275 individual waterfalls along the Iguassu River. The experience concludes with five days in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Participants will visit local businesses and churches, tour Sugar Loaf Mountain and head to Corcovado to visit Christ the Redeemer on top of the mountain overlooking the city.
Students will receive one credit for the Argentina & Brazil Experience class and three credits for the trip to South America. Students may participate in the class without traveling for one credit, but completion of the class is a prerequisite for attending the trip. Registration for BUS 318 and HUM 304 opens during regular spring semester registration on November 8. The three methods for registering for the trip to South America are:
There is a $150 application fee due to Geneva College upon enrollment for the trip and payment plans are available for the remainder of the cost. Please register with Dr. Murphy-Gerber, who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-847-5557.
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