About: This program, Health and Wellness Tourism: The Case of Barcelona, Spain focuses on the role of Health & Wellness Tourism in Spain. Students will explore and understand why tourists travel for the purpose of health and well-being. This course will look at the seven unique areas of wellness including physical, psychological, and spiritual activities. This course will investigate the global and financial impact of wellness tourism including its contribution to the tourism industry and how it is driving the industry to recognize the importance of wellness not only for tourists but for employees as well. This class will provide an opportunity for students to engage in wellness activities outside the classroom that will enhance the understanding of how to encourage and promote wellness in the tourism industry.
Program is open to any Indiana University undergraduate. Having some knowledge or understanding of health and wellness design, medical tourism, or tourism is encouraged, but not required. Applicants should have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA.
Faculty leader: David Smiley, Department of Health & Wellness Design firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program administrator: Nicole Anderson, Office of International Affairs email@example.com.
Program coordinator: LaToya Howard, Office of International Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org
Study tour dates: July 5 – July 27, 2023
Application deadline: March 22, 2023
Apply online at: iAbroad
Select Bloomington CampusàProgram Search OptionàAcademic Interest (Public Health)àAny Country (Spain)
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*Students admitted in an SPH faculty-led program are required to enroll in the one credit hour course SPH-X223 Introduction to Study Abroad in Public Health. Students will enroll in this course during the first 8-week session of the summer 2023. This course is 100% online and meets asynchronously.
- School of Public Health
- Start Date
- Jul 5, 2023
- End Date
- Jul 27, 2023
- Apply By
- Mar 22, 2023