||apply nowContemporary Hispanic Studies Program
|HOST INSTITUTION:||University of Seville|
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION:||Spanish
|LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT:||No previous study of Spanish is required. Open to beginning level Spanish speakers.|
|ACCOMMODATIONS:||Local host families and residencias. All housing includes 3 meals per day and laundry service. All Seville housing includes internet access.|
TOTAL SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS
180-225 contact hours
Designed for students who wish to study abroad in Seville with no previous knowledge of Spanish, the Contemporary Hispanic Studies program offers a number of cultural courses taught in English, and many also feature some Spanish language instruction.
API students will receive a transcript from the Universidad de Sevilla upon completion of their program.
|ACCEPTANCE TO U.S. UNIVERSITY REQUIRED:||No|
|DATES & PRICES:|
|Academic Year 2017-2018:||September 17, 2017 - May 11, 2018||$18,980|
||January 28, 2018 - May 11, 2018||$9,980|
|Fall 2018:||September 16, 2018 - December 14, 2018||$9,980|
|Academic Year 2018-2019:||September 16, 2018 - May 17, 2019||$18,980|
Seville, capital of Andalusia and Spain’s 4th largest city, is located between the Sierra Morena mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoying culture from the Romans, Visigoths, Muslims, Jews and Christians throughout the ages, and serving as the focal point of the Spanish Renaissance, Seville is rich in history and tradition. When visiting Seville one can experience the city as it was centuries ago. The lovely winding streets and active public squares of the Barrio Santa Cruz allow the visitor insight into the oldest portion of the city, and the list of monuments and historic sites is seemingly endless. The Tower of Gold once served as landmark for arriving ships and Seville’s amazing Cathedral houses the tomb of Christopher Columbus. The 12th century Moorish palace, the Alcázar, is the oldest palace-fortress still in use by European royalty. While studying, exploring the streets, visiting museums, or soaking up Spanish culture, students taking a gap year in Seville gain a broad education in Spanish language and civilization.