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Join Barcelona SAE for a FREE webinar this Thursday, June 28th from 10:00-10:30am EST to learn about best practices when working with providers to create your own white label program abroad. The webinar will be hosted by Darcy York, Director of Academics & Customized Programs and Christina Thompson, University Relations & Diversity Initiatives Coordinator.

This webinar will give you a brief background on white label programs and how they may benefit your internationalization strategic goals. We’ll answer questions about expanding your brand, using a provider to create your own customized white label program, and give you examples of successful programs in action.

Register here: https://bit.ly/2tANImH

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email that contains information about joining the webinar.

If you’re unable to make it during this time but would like to access the recording, please email Christina Thompson at Christina[at]BarcelonaSAE.com and we’d be happy to share that with you.

Rich Kurtzman

Currently based in Barcelona, Rich grew up in the great city of Chicago but has been lucky to call Barcelona his home for over 15 years. His studies in Spanish and Russian Language and Culture led him on a path toward study abroad ever since high school. Starting with a summer in St. Petersburg, Russia then a semester in Madrid, Spain, there is no doubt that his study abroad experiences shaped his future. He later did an internship in Milan, Italy, led student groups through Spain, and volunteered in the Philippines. After earning his M.A. in Spanish Applied Linguistics, Rich taught Spanish History and Culture to study abroad students in Barcelona. Since 2002, Rich has organized and directed all aspects of study abroad in Barcelona. Rich regularly presents at International Education conferences on various topics and also works as an intercultural consultant for multinationals in Spain.

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