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Welcome & Orientation Cusco 2015 - USIL Peru

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Cusco
USIL
International Programs
Semester / Summer in Cusco 2016
Welcome Ceremony & Orientation
Social Responsibility Vice President – Anel Townsend – atownsend@usil.edu.pe
Social Responsibility Programs and Projects Director – Olenka Ochoa - oochoa@usil.edu.pe
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY DEANSHIP – (ALIANZA SOCIAL UNIVERSITARIA – ASU)
Casa Don Ignacio Cusco Administrator – Ricardo Iriarte – ririarte@usil.edu.pe
Administrative Assistant - Anahí Guerra - aguerra@usil.edu.pe
Systems Assistant – USIL Int´l Center - Pablo Irrarazabal – pirrarazabal@usil.edu.pe
CUSCO
INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENCY
International Vice President – Luis Jeri – ljeri@usil.edu.pe
Director of International Programs – Gonzalo Villena – gvillena@usil.edu.pe
Director of Int'l Mobility – Rosmery Barreto – rbarreto@usil.edu.pe
Director of Int'l Marketing - Eva García - egarcia@usil.edu.pe
Coordinator of International Agreements – Marco Rinaldi – mrinaldi@usil.edu.pe
Coordinator of International Relations - Asia – Jorge Chávez – jchavezm@usil.edu.pe
Coordinator of Int'l Relations - North America - Mary Hagenbach - mhagenbach@usil.edu.pe
Coordinator of Int'l Marketing - Vladimir Palacios - vpalacios@usil.edu.pe
Academic-Administrative Coordinator – Cusco – Cristian López – clopezz@usil.edu.pe
Academic Assistant - Cusco - Grizel Ortiz de Zevallos - gortiz@usil.edu.pe
Spanish Coordinator - Rebeka Cumpa - ncumpa@usil.edu.pe
Assistant - Cristhiam Domínguez - cdominguez@usil.edu.pe
Finance Analyst - Christian Ríos - crios@usil.edu.pe
SEMESTER IN CUSCO 2011-01
SEMESTER IN CUSCO 2012-04
SUMMER IN CUSCO 2012-02
SUMMER IN CUSCO 2012-03
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI – JANUARY 2013
AIM OVERSEAS AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 2013
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE– JANUARY 2012
EXPERIENCES
Attendance: Class attendance is mandatory and expected. You will be permitted a maximum number of absences equaling
30%
of the total class sessions for content-based courses, and 20% for language courses. Students who are over the limit will not be allowed to take the final exams.
Tardiness: Students are allowed to arrive 5 minutes late to be considered present in the first hour of class.Withdrawal: Students can only drop from one course.
Trips: If a student travels, either through a travel agency or on his/her own, it’s mandatory to report how long the trip will be, where the trip will be, and where the student will stay
.
USIL housing/homestay: If a student stays with a host family, he/she should respect rules, customs, curfew, etc. Every student has the right to ask for a change if necessary. If a student stays at USIL housing, he/she should respect rules such as: alcohol is not permitted inside the apartments, guests are welcome in the common areas but they cannot spend the night in the apartments. Please ask for the complete regulations from your homestay provider and/or USIL housing authority.
Walking alone at night and around remote places are not recommended.
Do not carry your passport or ID (have a copy of them with you at all times).
Bring your health insurance card at all times.
Do not take taxis by yourselves (if possible ask at front desk or your host family for a taxi company).
Have important USIL phone numbers with you at all times.
Report USIL staff if you are under health problems immediately. Use your health insurance card in clinics (public hospitals do not accept those cards). If the clinic does not accept your insurance card, pay for the service, get all the invoices for appointments or medication, and then contact your health insurance provider for reimbursement.
Transportation: Taxis in Cusco are pretty inexpensive. Avoid taking public transportation.
Money: ATM’s have Soles (S/.) and US Dollars ($). Most restaurants accept cash (Soles and Dollars) and credit cards; convenience stores, taxis, and small restaurants frequently accept only Soles.
LIVE AN EXPERIENCE
Customs: Greetings are a common habit among Peruvians. Men greet with a handshake and a pat at the back, women greet with a kiss on the cheek. Expressions such as buenos días, buenas tardes, buenas noches are always used. Saying hola with a greeting expression is also accepted. Lifting your eyebrows or not greeting at all is considered rude.
When saying good-bye, expressions such as hasta luego, buenas noches, are always used. The expression chao may be used among classmates. A handshake or a kiss is commonly used.
Customs: Peruvians are very friendly and respectful, so please make yourself aware of their customs and common courtesy (greetings, meetings, in class, language, etc.) when interacting with others.
Gonzalo Villena: gvillena@usil.edu.pe
Cristian López: clopezz@usil.edu.pe - 984-745-990
Ricardo Iriarte: ririarte@usil.edu.pe - (084)-225141
Rebeka Cumpa – ncumpa@usil.edu.pe
USIL STAFF: CONTACT INFO
THANK YOU!!!
SEMESTER IN CUSCO 2013-01
OUR TEACHERS!!!
Grades are from zero (00) to twenty (20). Minimum passing grade is eleven (11)
KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY - USA - FACULTY-LED PROGRAM 2013
We have welcomed students from...
SUMMER IN CUSCO 2013-02
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO (UTSA - USA) - CUSCO 2013
The circular terraces of Moray - Inca archaeological site
Inca Fortress of Sacsayhuaman
Salt mines of Maras
Inca site of Pisac
Inca site of Tipón
SUMMER IN CUSCO 2013-03
AIM OVERSEAS AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 2014
LAFAYETTE COLLEGE– JANUARY 2014
A tourist permit has been stamped on your passport.
Verify how many days of tourist permit have been stamped. There are some options to check your immigration status or get a student visa.
One dollar per extra day after the tourist permit, paid before departure. Studying with a tourist permit is allowed. No illegal status in between.
USIL staff can help you with the visa paperwork.
Get a student visa: issued for 90 days or 1 year.
VISA
SEMESTER IN CUSCO 2014-01
SUMMER IN CUSCO 2014-02
GREEN 2014
Water Resource Management and Sustainable Practices
Water Resource Management and Sustainable Practices
GREEN 2015-01
JANUARY STUDENTS 2015
AIM OVERSEAS AUSTRALIA - BIODIVERSITY OF PERU 2015
AIM OVERSEAS AUSTRALIA - HISTORY OF THE INCA CIVILIZATION 2015
CIS USA & AUSTRALIA 2015
History of the Inca Civilization fieldtrip: Qorikancha, the main temple of the Inca Empire
Art & Design in Cusco fieldtrip: Táter Vera's ceramic workshop
Contemporary Society and Culture of Peru: Festivities in Cusco
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