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  • Locations: San Salvador, El Salvador
  • Program Terms: Spring Break, Winter
  • Restrictions: Marquette applicants only
  • Budget Sheets: Spring Break
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Winter 2018 10/01/2017 10/16/2017 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Program Type:
Faculty-led Program
Credit Type:
Marquette Credit
Number of Credits:
Courses Available:
College of Business Administration
Language of Instruction:
English, Spanish
Class Eligibility:
Junior, Senior
Program Description:


3 credit overseas study program in El Salvador, this trip partners with the Center for Exchange and Solidarity. Their mission is to promote solidarity and cultural exchanges across borders between the Salvadoran people and others in the search for development and dignity. They also move to deepen awareness and promote the defense of human rights in El Salvador. They are a micro-credit lender in San Salvador and have made loans to over eighty mostly women-run businesses in El Salvador. We partner with one of their loan recipients and create business plans or other supporting documents to help their businesses grow.


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Students stay at the International Guest House Hotel in San Salvador throughout the trip, this cost is included in the fee of the trip. In some cases, students have also stayed in private homes.


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San Salvador is the capital city of the Republic of El Salvador; it is the country's most populated city as well as its most important political, cultural, education and financial center. Spanish is the language spoken by virtually all inhabitants. However, English is being spoken more widely due to cultural influences from the United States. The city is very rich in Spanish culture, and its historical center contains architecture of a kind not found elsewhere in Latin America. This makes the city a popular tourism site along with many shopping centers, museums, and historical sites.

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