English-taught Subjects

English-taught Subjects

Here you will find the list of courses taught in English by our Faculty. This list may vary each semester, so we recomend you to check this site regularly and keep in touch with the International Coordinator of the Faculty.

 

Keep in mind that one (1) Colombian credit is equivalent to 48 academic hours per term (16 weeks).

 

International Negotiation and Trade

• INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS See contents

• INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION See contents

• THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL RALATIONS See contents

• LEGAL CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES See contents

• INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW See contents

• BUSINESS WITH ASIA See contents

• SOCIOLOGY OF INTERNATIONALIZATION See contents

• BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY See contents

• EMERGING MARKETS See contents

 

 

Organizations

• STRATEGIC PLANNING I See contents

• MANAGEMENT SKILLS See contents

 

 

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

• CREATIVITY, INNOVATION AND DESIGN OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES See contents

• INTERNATIONAL PROJECT I See contents

• BIG DATA AND CLOUD COMPUTING FOR DEVELOPMENT See contents

 

 

Finance

• TRADING STRATEGIES SEMINAR See contents

• TRADING STRATEGIES See contents

• CAPITAL MARKETS See contents

• FINANCIAL PROJECT CREATION AND EVALUATION See contents

 

 

Service, Hospitality and Quality

• CORPORATE ETIQUETTE AND INTERNATIONAL PROTOCOL See contents

• FRONT-OF–THE–HOUSE MANAGEMENT See contents

• STRATEGY AND VALUE CREATION See contents

• CAREER BRAND REPUTATION MANAGEMENT See contents

 

Marketing

• PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING See contents

• MARKETING MANAGEMENT See contents

• MULTISENSORY PRODUCT DESIGN See contents

• MARKETING RESEARCH See contents

• STRATEGIC MARKETING See contents

• MARKETING COMUNICATION SCIENCE See contents

• INTERNATIONAL MARKETING See contents

• CONSUMER BEHAVIOR See contents

• LUXURY MARKETING See contents

• NEUROSCIENCE APPLIED TO MARKETING See contents

• DIGITAL MARKETING See contents

 

 

Operations

• INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS See contents

• OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT See contents

• MODELS FOR DECISION-MAKING See contents

 

 

Culinary Arts

• BASIC CUISINE See contents

• INTERMEDIATE CUISINE See contents

• ADVANCED CUISINE See contents

• BAKING AND PASTRY See contents

• ADVANCED PASTRY See contents

• THE WORLD OF CHOCOLATE See contents

• THE WORLD OF COFFEE See contents

 

Food, Science and Culture

• WORLD GASTRONOMY CULTURE II See contents

• SCIENCE-DRIVEN COOKING See contents

• EATING THEORIES See contents

 

Communication

• CULTURE AND AUDIOVISUAL MARKET FLOWS

• MEDIA ECONOMICS

• TRAS MEDIA NARRATIVE

• GENRES AND AUDIOVISUAL FORMATS

• MULTIMEDIA CONVERGENCE

• INTERNATIONAL NEWS

 

 

Education

• ELECTIVE V: EDUCATION IN THE GLOBALIZED WORLD (2 credits)

• ADVANCED PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE VI (ELECTIVE PRACTICE)

• ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE (2 credits)

• LITERATURE, THEATER AND MUSIC FOR CHILDREN (2 credits)

• THE CHILD AND THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE BILINGUALISM (2 credits)

• PROFESSIONAL EMPHASIS III: SONGS, STORIES AND INFANTILE ROUNDS (2 credits)

 

Technologies for Academic Purposes

• CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION

 

Engineering

• Agroindustrial Production Eng. - DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

• Industrial Eng. - SIMULATION

• Chemical Eng. - PROJECT TEC-ECO EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT

• Chemical Eng. – SCIENCE OF MATERIALS AND NANOMATERIALS

• Civil Eng- - CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMINAR See contents

 

 

Law

• INTERNATIONAL LAW

• COMPARATIVE LEGAL SYSTEMS

• GENERAL INTERNATIONAL LAW

• INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE

• MOOT COURT

• MOOT COURT WTO (WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION)

• SPECIAL REGIMES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

• INTERNATIONAL LAW SEMINAR MOOT COURT PHILLIP JESSUP

• INTER-AMERICAN MOOT COURT TECHNIQUES

 

Political Sciences

• INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

• COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS See contents

• THEORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS See contents

 

Psychology

• CLINICAL AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

• GROUPS, COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

• ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

 

Medicine

• MEDICAL HUMANITIES I See contents

 

Nursing

• GLOBAL HEALTH See contents

 

 


REQUIREMENTS

  • La Sabana application form (signed). IMPORTANT: applications that do not include the subjects to approve in the "Study Plan Proposal" section, will not be processed.  Click here to download.
  • 1 picture attached to the form. On the back please write your name and passport number
  • Copy of the biographical page of the passport
  • CV in Spanish or English
  • letter from the university of origin
  • Official transcripts (original and copy). If in a language different from Spanish and English attach a sworn translation
  • Motivation letter addressed to the academic program explaining the motivation for coming to La Sabana (original)
  • Two letters of academic recommendation (in Spanish or English) addressed to the academic program at La Sabana.
  • Proof of Spanish level (copy).


IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING VISAS AND ENTRY PERMITS

Students coming from a country with which there is a visa exemption agreement and for under 90 days have to enter the country with the entry permit PIP2 which will be given at the airport. After the 90 days, the student must apply for a PTP2 in Bogotá.

Students coming from a country with which there is not a visa exemption agreement or for over 180 days have to apply for a TP3 visa. Also, onve in the country, immigration law requires the student to apply for a Cedula de Extranjería (CE) for which it is required to provide proof of blood type and RH factor.

PLEASE, KEEP IN MIND THAT ONCE ADMITTED YOU HAVE TO APPLY FOR A TEMPORARY STUDENT VISA AND WITHIN THE FIRST WEEK IN COLOMBIA YOU HAVE TO APPLY FOR A CÉDULA DE EXTRANJERÍA.

SEND APPLICATION TO:


Carlos Navarro

Manager of Mobility and International Resources
Tel.:57 1 8616666, Ext. 11311
carlos.navarro@unisabana.edu.co 
Autopista Norte Km. 7, Puente del Común
Chía, Cundinamarca, Colombia



APPLICATIONS:

Applications for 2018-1 (January-May) 
Application deadline: October 31st, 2017.

Semester intake:

  • Orientation week: January 16th, 2018.
  • Classes start: January 22nd, 2018.