Spain: Language & Culture
*Please note: The next time this program will run is Spring/Summer 2022. Details below are subject to change.
Home to the Plaza de España, Alcázar castle and some of the best flamenco dancing in the world; this program in Seville offers students the opportunity to immerse themselves in Spanish language and culture.
- Field trips include a two-night trip to Granada, day trip to Córdoba, “Flamenco” dance lessons, and more
- Learn about the history of Spain through a course revolving around a ‘Reacting to the Past’ game
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Program Dates and Application Deadline
Estimated Program Dates: May 2022 - June 2022
Application Deadline: February 1, 2022
Students will register for a total of 7 credits:
SPA 309: Advanced Spanish Grammar (3 credits)
SPA 310: Spanish Civilization and Culture (3 credits)
HNR 380 / SPA 380: Second Spanish Republic RTTP Game (1 credit)
Fulfills General Education Global Perspectives requirement.
Fulfills (1) General Education Issues course requirement. Reflection required.
Language of Instruction: Spanish
Cost and Scholarships
2019 PROGRAM COST:
Program Fee: $5,450
- Round-trip airfare
- Ground transportation
- Field trips & fees
- Some meals
- GVSU Tuition - 7 credits, Undergraduate ($3,829)
- Personal expenses ($500)
- Additional meals ($500)
- Passport fees ($150)
- ISIC card - optional, Undergraduate ($28)
TOTAL PROJECTED COST (Program Fee + Other Expenses): $10,457
Students may fund study abroad by using financial aid, scholarships, grants and personal funds. A study abroad adviser can help you create a funding plan.
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