Discover the language, literature and
culture of Spain this summer!
* This program ran during the Summer 2013
Intersession -- Summer 2014 programs will be announced
to study Spanish and to learn Spanish culture than in Spain?! By
traveling throughout this Iberian gem, you’ll see how the modern
and historic merge to create a uniquely Spanish blend.
stop: historic Cádiz, a metropolis founded by Phoenician merchants.
As you explore the white-washed houses and tropical vegetation of
southern Spain, you’ll gain an understanding of the cultural and
political dynamics influencing this ancient and beautiful land.
From Cádiz, you can even venture for a day trip to the exotic
reaches of Morocco, which gave Spain its Arabic influence.
you’ll travel to Madrid, the nation’s bustling capital and
economic center. While visiting such sites as the Plaza Mayor,
museums and ancient streets, you’ll practice your Spanish as you
order meals in restaurants or shop in the city’s trendy
- SPA 3120: Advanced Spanish Conversation
- LAC 1000C: Language and Culture: Spain
- SPA 4990: Seminar
- SPA 305: Spanish Language Seminar
Credits: 3 - 6*
Please note: Students may take a minimum of 1
course (3 credits) or a maximum of 2 courses (6 credits).
Students may register for undergraduate or graduate courses, but
may not register for both levels.
Dates: July 21 - August 20, 2013
*Please note: Students must arrive in Spain on July 21 and
depart on August 20. If you depart from New York, for most flights
you must leave the day before the arrival date.
- Application deadline: April 22, 2013
- Deposit deadline: May 16, 2013
Professor: Nicolas Toscano, Ph.D
Program Fee: $2,690 plus tuition (airfare NOT
*Please note: Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program
fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and
how many credits you choose to enroll in while abroad.
ways to help with the costs of studying abroad this Summer? Check
out theLicari and the Benjamin
A. Gilman International Scholarships outlined on our
***Please also not that, at this time, graduate students are
unable to apply through the St. John's UIS system. Graduate
students must submit a completed paper application and
an approved course option form to the Office of Global Studies . Be sure to
have the course option signed by your dean or academic advisor to
ensure that you will receive credit toward your course of