Intermediate English is required. Every applicant must take a written and oral test given by USIL for the purpose of verifying that he or she has the level required for the program.
There is no cost for the program itself, thanks to the partnership between USIL and The Walt Disney Company. However, there are costs the student is required to cover, such as airfare, insurance, the visa fee, spending money, etc.
Your wages will depend on the job position to which you are assigned by the Disney International Recruitment department. You will be paid on a weekly basis.
No. USIL offers participants guidance on the process of obtaining a J-1 visa. However, the final decision is made by the non-immigrant visa section of the United States Embassy.
Although you may choose the type of place where you would like to work (a Disney restaurant, merchandising store, amusement park or hotel), you will not be able to choose a specific place. That decision will be made by the Disney International Recruitment department.
Disney will evaluate the possibility of allowing each participant to express his or her lodging and roommate preferences prior to the trip. However, this will not guarantee that your request will be granted.
No, you will only be allowed to work for the sponsor company, The Walt Disney Company.
Yes, approximately $300, mainly to cover your expenses during the first days you are there.
Yes, if you commit a firing offense, as established by The Walt Disney Company.
Yes, The Walt Disney Company provides all participants transportation from their residence to the workplace and facilities on Disney property.
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Al evento asistieron los representantes del Vicerrectorado Internacional Rosmery Barreto, directora de Movilidad Internacional, y Marco Rinaldi, jefe de Convenios Internacionales, quienes presentaron a las representantes de la UBA, María Florencia Lofano, ejecutiva de Convenios Iberoamericanos, y
The first group of students from the College of Hospitality Management, Tourism Administration and Gastronomy flew to Dubai on September 4 for a three-month exchange at The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM). The students will take courses for their major in English, following which they will be able to apply for a 3-month internship at one of the hotels or companies in the group.
From August 13 to 22, 11 students from the USIL Green Program visited the university’s Extension Center in the city of Cusco to participate in academic activities as part of the Water Resource Management and Sustainable Practices course. These students from the United States visited different s related to renewable energy management and good practices in environmental management.
Are you fluent in a language other than Spanish? Are you interested in serving and helping others? Would you like to let the world know about the best Peru has to offer? Maybe you don’t know it yet, but you could join the USIL Ambassadors.
In line with our slogan, the Office of the Vice President of International Relations has achieved an increase in the number of USIL students registered to participate in foreign academic exchange programs during the 2015-02 semester.
With great expectation and excitement, more than 120 international students who will be attending USIL this semester were welcomed by the team from the Office of the Vice President of International Relations at a welcome ceremony held on Monday, August 10 on the USIL Fernando Belaunde Terry Campu
Every year, the number of USIL students who go to universities abroad for academic exchanges increases.
The founding president of Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL), Raúl Diez Canseco Terry, participated in the Global New Fortune Forum, held on June 5 in Hangzhou, China.
A delegation of USIL international students, who are currently attending classes at the university’s Extension Center in Cusco, participated in this year’s parade held on June 23, the anniversary of the Imperial City.
The San Ignacio de Loyola Organization operates in Peru, the USA and Paraguay, and has plans to begin operations in Panama in the near future.
This year, Coloring Dreams was launched.