The UCF College of Business Administration student exchange with the Institut Químic de Sarrià (IQS) in Barcelona, Spain is designed to expose UCF students to professional and academic practices outside of the US. IQS, an Institute with more than 100 years of history, is part of the Ramon Llull University. IQS is comprised of two Faculties: Escuela Técnica Superior IQS (IQS Technical College) and Facultad de Economía IQS (IQS Faculty of Economics). The goal of the Faculty of Economics, which houses the Business Administration program, is “to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to turn our graduates into competent and honest entrepreneurs, leaders and managers.”
IQS is located in Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain, behind Madrid. The city, with a population of more than 1.6 million, is known for its art, culture, museums, and football team, among many other facets. Barcelona is bounded by the Mediterranean to the east and the Serra de Collserola mountain range to the west.
You may apply online for this program (link found at the bottom of this page). No reference is required for this program. Please enter your own email address in the location on the application that calls for a ‘referee’ email address.
Applicants must meet with the Program Coordinator, Sandra Tabert, BA2, room 101, to discuss appropriate coursework.
All applications will be reviewed and selected applicants will be notified of how to follow up. Assessment of the applications will be based on the academic qualifications of the applicant and how well the program fits with the courses that the applicant has taken. UCF does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation and/or veteran status.
For more information about the College of Business Administration study abroad programs, please email Academic Advisor Sandra Tabert to schedule an appointment. You may also contact Faculty Advisor Dr. Robert Sweo.
IQS Business School Website
The syllabus of the IQS course Consumer Behaviour can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Selling to Corporations can be found here.
Students must enroll in two of the following in order to receive credit for GEB 3955.
The syllabus of the IQS course Information Systems can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Advanced Economic Structure can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Advertising and Media can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Corporate Finance Theory can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Entrepreneurship can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Financial Markets can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course International Marketing can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Logistics Management can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Marketing Plan can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Negotiation Skills can be found here.
The syllabus of the IQS course Spanish Socio-Economics can be found here
The syllabus of the IQS course Globalization and Economic Integration can be found here
Program Cost Disclaimer: The program cost does not cover UCF tuition, airfare (unless a program expressly and specifically includes this), independent travel, or personal expenses. Cost is approximate and may fluctuate due to changes in foreign currency or unforeseen circumstances. UCF reserves the right to alter or cancel the program at any time. In such cases, the university shall not be liable for airfare, transportation costs and/or any other costs incurred by the student. UCF, Office of International Studies will make reasonable efforts to notify students through reasonable means to inform the students to reserve their flights. Students should consult their travel agent about buying travel insurance to defray unanticipated costs in the event travel plans change. UCF will make reasonable efforts to notify students via Knights email when any significant changes are being made to the program. It is entirely within UCF's discretion as to what changes are considered significant.