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Faculty Led - Summer Program in Spain  
Madrid, Spain
Program Terms: Summer Session 1
 
Please contact the study abroad office for information about application deadlines.
   
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 Eligibility: Both Undergraduate & Graduate, Non-UNCG Students  Areas of study: Spanish, Spanish Language and Culture
 Prerequisites: SPA 101-102 or equivalent
Program Description:

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Summer Program in
Madrid, Spain

Welcome to Madrid, Spain

The city of Madrid received international recognition in 1992 when UNESCO (U.N. Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) proclaimed it "Europe's Cultural Capital." This location will afford program participants the unique opportunity to visit sites of historic, artistic, literary and cultural significance.

Indeed, strolling through the streets of Madrid is like taking a trip through Spanish history. Students may visit such varied and interesting locations as the Royal Palace, the Prado Museum (one of the world's premier collections of fine art), the Gran Via, and the Centro Cultural Reina SofĂ­a.

Academics

Students will enjoy immersion in the Spanish language and as a result, experience an accelerated learning process. A special feature of the program is the opportunity to live with a Spanish family and to share customs, meals, and other aspects of life with them. Formal classes will be conducted in the morning and the afternoon, while other times will be devoted to visiting places of cultural and historical interest in and around the city.

See the Department's website for more details.

Practical Information

  • Program cost: $3,800
  • UNCG tuition; accommodation, weekly laundry, and two meals/day for a month spent in Europe.
  • In Madrid, student reside and eat two meals per day with program designated host families.

Please Note: This is a Faculty Led program and responsibility lies with the faculty director and his or her department. IPC supports the program by providing training and orientation support for the program directors.


Note: The information in this brochure is subject to change at any time. Please refer periodically to the online brochure for up-to-date information.





 
Please contact the study abroad office for information about application deadlines.