Pre-Undergrad Course + Career Camp

    The Pre-Undergrad Course + Career Camp is an undergrad training program developed by MBA Empresarial in partnership with the EF-Education First group, specialized in cultural exchanges and language courses abroad since 1965, now encompassing more than 40 destinations in the world. Aimed at pre-university students, the Pre-Undergrad Course aims to prepare 11th and 12th grade students for admission to the best undergrad programs in the world. Career Camp comes to facilitate vocational choice and prepare young people for entry into the job market. In order to participate in the program, advanced level of English is required.

    The first group of the program will take place at the EF Campus in Boston, lasting 8 weeks during the US and Europe vacation period (June and July 2017).

    Program Structure:

    Pre-Undergrad Course

    • 8 weeks of ACT course;
    • Counseling for essays;
    • Visits to major universities in Boston and NY, including some Ivy Leagues;
    • Accommodation in EF Residence;
    • Full board + Health Insurance;
    • Airport Transfers.

    Career Camp

    Week 1:

    • The importance of Self-knowledge;
    • Wheel of Life;
    • The art of Feedback;
    • Learning Zone;
    • Self-Knowledge Tests (VAST® MBA);
    • Visits and lectures

    Week 2:

    • Self-development;
    • Purpose;
    • Finding your Vocation;
    • Undergraduate courses;
    • Profiles and Drivers;
    • Visits and lectures

    Week 3

    • Career & Success;
    • Trends and Opportunities;
    • Professional Skills;
    • Career Matching;
    • Labor Market;
    • Visits and lectures

    Week 4

    • Lectures with university students;
    • Lectures with professionals;
    • Feedback and Coaching;
    • Self-development plans;
    • Learning, Insights & Commitments;
    • Visits and lectures

    Learn more about the program.

    To whom it is intended

    • Pre-university, 11th and 12th grades with advanced level of English, who intend to apply for the best undergrad programs in the world, and want to increase self-knowledge, facilitate vocational choice, identify skills, clarify motivational drivers and understand job market.

    What to expect

    • Immersion of 8 weeks of ACT course;
    • Counseling for essays;
    • Visits to leading universities in Boston and NY, including some Ivy Leagues;
    • Accommodation in EF Residence;
    • 4 weeks of Career Camp with focus on self-knowledge, self-development, purpose, careers and market, visits and lectures.