Global Entrepreneurship Program

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Applications now open!

We are continuing to monitor the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation. All programs are subject to change.

Application Deadline: Oct. 4, 2021

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Travel the World, Earn Academic Credit & Change Your Life

The Global Entrepreneurship Program has taken students to more than nine countries throughout the world and secured internships in Seoul, South Korea; Santiago, Chile; and Nice, France. During the Spring of 2021, join us for the Global Entrepreneurship Program in Costa Rica.

You may be thinking, “Why should I study abroad with the Global Entrepreneurship Program?” While being part of this program in San Jose, Costa Rica, you will complete your Minor in Entrepreneurship, while being mentored and taught by University of Utah professors.

The semester will take place in San Jose, Costa Rica. There will be a five-day Spring Break in Panama, and excursions throughout the semester. During the semester, students will complete 18 credits and will earn their full Minor in Entrepreneurship.


  • ENTP 1010 – Entrepreneurship and Society
  • ENTP 1020 – Entrepreneurship and Startup Methods
  • ENTP 2010 – Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • ENTP 2030 – Social Entrepreneurship
  • DES 4835 – Design Entrepreneurship
  • BUS 5880 – Business Student Internship

Experience Highlights

  • Spend Spring Break in Panama
  • Excursions in Costa Rica
  • Business Consulting Internship
  • Cultural Activities

Cost: $14,000

The cost includes: Airfare to/from Costa Rica, tuition and fees, housing, one overnight excursion, Spring Break in Panama, Medical and Evacuation Insurance

Not included: Food, travel on your own time, and any other incidentals

Application Deadline: Oct. 4, 2021

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Students are responsible for obtaining their own passports and any applicable visas. For U.S. citizens, more information can be found here. For students from countries other than the U.S., please contact Cesar Sanchez at for more information.