All Spanish Studies Abroad study abroad programs are grounded in our philosophy of helping students cross into new cultures, as we encourage them to venture outside their own cultural identity to find a comfortable place within another. At our Center in Seville, we have consciously developed a curriculum that maximizes student language acquisition and engagement in the local culture, and we are constantly seeking ways to adapt and improve upon our programming whenever possible.
In all our locations
In all of our program locations, Spanish Studies has designed courses especially for students studying abroad, so that they may synthesize their everyday experiences in their host culture with cultural guidance and appropriate contexts.
These courses run throughout the length of the semester, and have been developed to enrich students’ comprehension of their transition into a new culture. The courses are taught by the Resident Directors, allowing the Directors to observe each students’ adaptation process and for the students to establish a relationship with their Directors of the program. Cultural and Social Realities courses are available for students at the Intermediate and Advanced levels of Spanish.
At the Center in Seville, students benefit from an entire curriculum designed and taught by Spanish Studies staff and faculty. Courses cover a wide variety of topics and cater to different majors such as Spanish Studies, Business, Education, Literature, Communications, the Arts and more. Classrooms are located in a beautiful and historic mansion in downtown Seville.