Winter Term (Even Years)
With a population of more than 700,000, Seville is the fourth largest city in Spain and capital of the Andalusia region. Straddling the Guadalquivir River, it features twisting streets and narrow lanes and an abundance of attractions. The Cathedral and Giralda Tower, the most visited site in Seville, is the third largest cathedral in the world, behind St. Peters in Rome and St. Paul's in England. Other attractions include the Parque Maria Luisa, a vast parkland, and the Plaza de Espana, the centerpiece of the city's famous 1929 Exposition.
Course of Study
The Spanish Language Studied Abroad (SPN 204T)
An intensive study of modern Spanish with emphasis on speaking and writing.
Spanish Civilization (SPN 208T)
A study of Spanish civilization as exemplified by the art, architecture, literature, and history of Spain.
Special topic in Spanish Literature (SPN 300T);
This course will focus on a specialized area of Spanish literature and varies in subject matter for each term abroad.
- Successful completion of Advanced Spanish (SPN 203) before the term abroad.
Students will be placed with a host family during their stay in Seville.
(For specific dates, contact the International Programs Office, Old Chapel, Third Floor.)
- April: Application deadline is the third Friday of spring term.
- May: Non-refundable deposit due at the Cashier's Office in McKean House, and receipt brought to the International Programs Office
- Fall term: Orientation meetings
- Early January: Program begins
- Late March: Program ends
Photo Credit: Cristina Liquori '10