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Established in 1972, COST is a collaboration of 15 colleges and universities in the United States that provides opportunities for its students to have quality student teaching experiences in overseas settings. Grand Valley State University currently serves as headquarters and coordinates international placements.
OURENSE, SPAIN - The program will take place in Ourense, which is in the Region of Galicia, in Northwest Spain, 1.5 hours away from Santiago de Compostela, the capital of Galicia, and 2 hours from Porto Portugal. Schools in this region are becoming more and more multicultural, and in response, education has become trilingual: the subjects are taught in Galego (Galician), Spanish and English. By working in local classrooms, students will be able to compare the current education systems in the U.S
MADRID, SPAIN offers unparalleled opportunities for students seeking a professional internship in a Spanish-speaking workplace.
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.
Although it is open to all students, this program is designed primarily for NCAA student-athletes. Students will explore Spain, building intercultural communication skills through discussion and field trips.
OURENSE, SPAIN - This program offers an opportunity for students in the College of Education to explore the educational system and cultures of the Galicia region in Northern Spain. Students will also be teaching in the local schools, either in English or Spanish based on student needs.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), one of Spain's public universities, was founded in 1989. Located on two campuses, Getafe and Leganés, UC3M has the largest offering of bilingual studies in Spain. As an Exchange Student, you can select courses from study programs taught in English and in Spanish. UC3M has over 16,000 students, faculty with diverse backgrounds, and excellent educational programs.
The University of Deusto first opened its doors in 1886. Its birth was the result of the combined concerns and cultural interests of the Basque Country, which wished to have a university of its own, and of the Jesuit Fathers, who wanted to move their school of higher studies from La Guardia (Pontevedra) to a more central location.