Study Abroad in Seville, Spain

Study Abroad in Seville: Academics

Academic Programs

Courses include: anthropology, art history, economics, film studies, gender studies, geography, history, international relations, literature, marketing, music, photography,
sociology, Spanish language and linguistics

Program Options

Hispanic Studies Plus is designed for students with an Advanced level of Spanish and higher who wish to deepen their understanding of the language and take courses focusing on aspects of Spanish culture: art, film, economics, history, literature, anthropology, politics and more.

Students must have completed at least four semesters of college-level Spanish in order to be eligible. Spanish courses are grouped according to level: students with 4 semesters of college level Spanish or equivalent select from the Advanced Level courses. Students with five or more semesters of college level Spanish can select from the Superior Level courses. Each course is 45 contact hours and carries a recommended 3 U.S credits. Take up to 5 courses for a maximum of 15 credits.

Session/Term Credits Requirements
Fall or Spring Semester up to 15 2.5 GPA; Advanced and above level Spanish speakers who have completed at least four semesters of college level Spanish or equivalent

This program is designed for students who wish to study in Spain with little or no previous knowledge of Spanish language. A variety of courses taught in English are offered which focus on aspects of Spanish culture including history, music, art history, geography, photography, international relations and marketing.

A small number of courses with Spanish instruction are offered at the Beginner level to help students in their conversation and with reading and writing. Each course is 45 contact hours and carries a recommended 3 U.S credits. Take up to 5 courses for a maximum of 15 credits.

Session/Term Credits Requirements
Fall or Spring Semester up to 15 2.5 GPA; no previous Spanish language study required

Universidad de Sevilla (US)

Founded in the 16th century the University of Seville is one of Spainís oldest and most prestigious higher education institutions. Closely linked to the history of Seville and AndalucŪa, the US combines the values of tradition with being an innovative institution of quality and excellence. It is a university as cutting edge and cosmopolitan as the city of Seville itself.

Its main asset is the extensive university community (made up of more than 70,000 students, 4,400 professors, and 2,400 service and administrative professionals) and the integral offering of teaching, research, culture, and technology transfer.

One of its top objectives is educational internationalization driven by multi-lingual double degrees and a vigorous student mobility policy. At USís heart is a philosophy to build a more human University that is close to the people, which is governed with them and for them, and promotes participation and dialogue with a focus on In the integration of people, groups, organizations and communities.