Cultural Leadership Program

International University Leadership offers you the opportunity to delve deep into the leadership and cross-cultural topics while discovering different cultures.

This leadership program will improve your decision-making and leadership skills. With broader business knowledge, global perspectives, and leadership insights, you will be ready to identify problems, craft effective solutions, and adapt to global market shifts.
You and your group of international students will explore one, two or three different continents through our four stops program. This is your chance to discover the world and your place in it from an international institution.
You can choose to go along the four magical stops and enjoy the program to the fullest or pick one, two or more stops at your convenience.

1st Stop

Florida – USA (2 weeks)

Home to beaches, theme parks and plenty of surprises, Florida is often synonymous with Mickey Mouse and sugary sand beaches. A year-round destination, it provides the perfect outlet for folks seeking an escape from wintry chills or simply a relaxed friendly outing. But the true beauty of Florida is that it can open your eyes to unexpected delights – whether you’re a beach bum, adrenaline junkie, nature lover or history buff. Swim with the manatees, see a rocket launch or reach the southernmost point of the continental USA – it’s all possible (and recommended) in the Sunshine State.

2nd Stop

Marbella – Malaga Spain (1 week)

Marbella is a two-faceted city. Standing center stage in the tourist showroom is the 'Golden Mile', a conspicuously extravagant collection of star-studded clubs, shiny restaurants and expensive hotels stretching as far as Puerto Banús, the flashiest marina on the coast, where black-tinted Mercs slide along a quay populated by luxury yachts.
However, it has other, less ostentatious attractions. Its natural setting is magnificent, sheltered by the beautiful Sierra Blanca Mountains, while its surprisingly attractive Casco Antiguo (old town) is replete with narrow lanes and well-tended flower boxes.
Long before Marbella starting luring tourists, it was home to Phoenicians, Visigoths, Romans, and Moors. One of the joys of a visit to the modern city is trying to root out their legacy.

3rd Stop

Prague – Czech Republic (1 week)

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Its uniquely preserved historical center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992, reflects eleven centuries of history. This culturally rich city full of fabulous monuments charms visitors not only with its impressive and diverse architecture and breathtaking views but also its intimate, romantic atmosphere that is ideal for long walks. Prague is a city of (not just classical) music and art, found here at every step, a city of gardens and parks, and last but not least, a city where the best beer in the world is brewed and savored.

4th Stop

Rabat, Marrakesh – Morocco (1 week)


Its location at the intersection of Europe and Africa make Morocco a real crossroads bordered by the waters of the Mediterranean and open to the vast stretches of the Atlantic Ocean. This "farthest land of the setting sun" is rich in contrasts, a destination that beckons you to discover two millennia of history. The landscapes themselves are magnificent. Morocco features both sea and mountain and is home to the full range of Mediterranean climates. With its mix of diverse, captivating panoramas and a rich kaleidoscope of culture, Morocco is an unbeatable destination.

CLP program Description:

The program contains a 3 credits-course* with a certificate of completion after a three days training. The training is conducted by top-notch leadership experts from the International University of Leadership.

1

Globalization and Emerging Markets

The focus of this course is the behaviors and functions required for successful business management in today’s challenging global environment. Topics covered include globalization, social responsibility and ethics, cultural styles, cross-cultural markets, negotiations, international alliances, control systems for global operations, international organizations, cultural shock, diversity, global labor relations, leadership and motivation in a multicultural context.

2

Leadership Development

The objective of this course is to assist students with identifying and cultivating leadership qualities in organizational settings and encourages them to strengthen “leadership” within themselves. Leadership qualities of entrepreneurs in the fields business, education, and social service are examined as students take a multidisciplinary approach to the subject.

3

Cross Cultural Management

The objective of this course is to assist students with identifying and cultivating leadership qualities in organizational settings and encourages them to strengthen “leadership” within themselves. Leadership qualities of entrepreneurs in the fields business, education, and social service are examined as students take a multidisciplinary approach to the subject.

US

  • Disney Park
  • Universal Studios
  • Cape Canaveral (Kennedy Center)
  • Tampa
  • Gulf of Mexico beach
  • Shopping

Spain

  • Puerto Banús
  • Marina
  • Casco Antiguo
  • Shopping

Czech Republic

  • Opera
  • Cruise on the Vltava
  • Mala Strana
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Lenin Wall
  • Old Town Square
  • Prague Castle
  • Shopping

Morocco

  • Kasbah des Oudaias
  • Chellah
  • Hassan Tour
  • Marina
  • Old Medina
  • Menara
  • Ourika
  • Jemaa El Fna
  • Koutoubia
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