Study Abroad in Valencia, Spain

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Living Abroad

Housing and Meals

Homestay

The best way to immerse yourself in the language and culture of Spain. Many students choosing this option find that it is the most rewarding part of their time abroad.

  • Double room
  • Weekly laundry
  • 3 meals per day with your host

Shared Apartment

Students can opt to live in a fully furnished apartment in Valencia. Apartments are shared with other AIFS and/or non-AIFS international or Spanish students and may be co-ed. Apartments are centrally located and within easy reach of the university by public transportation.

  • Double room
  • Shared kitchen, bathroom and living room
  • Television and washing machine
  • Cleaned on a weekly basis
  • Allowance worth $800 to subsidize the cost of purchasing meals and groceries. Students can opt out for a reduced program fee

Internet access is included in all AIFS housing in Valencia

Cultural Activities

In addition to day trips and excursions, a cultural calendar of weekly activities and social events is included in your program fee. These activities will include both typical tourist sites and attractions and lesser known visits which take advantage of the expert knowledge of our local AIFS staff and give you a more authentic and insightful view of Spanish life. Typical activities, tours and visits may include:

  • Guided city tour including the historic center
  • Paella cooking class
  • Tapas tour
  • Las Fallas (Valencia’s most famous festival, spring only)
  • Museo de Bellas Artes
  • Cathedral
  • City of Arts and Sciences
  • Mercado Central food market
  • La Lonja, the old silk exchange and UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The bullring

Students may pay a small additional fee for some of the activities listed.

Volunteer and Work Experience

Introduces students to the study of social justice, attempting to link social theory, particularly the theories of Catholic social teaching, with social action and change. Students explore the diverse meanings and definitions of social justice while developing a critical understanding of key concepts and theories. Presented in relation to some of the most important social justice debates today, this course encourages students to apply their knowledge to a wide range of subject areas and social issues. As a key component of the course, students choose a relevant placement in acommunity service organization/NGO, complete a minimum of four hours of service per week, and engage in meaningful reflective practice with their peers.

Intercambios

UCV and AIFS organize a program of “intercambios” (conversation exchange) which enable you to practice your Spanish with a native speaker while a Spanish speaker practices their English with you!

AIFS in Valencia On-Campus Assisance, Academic Year and Semester Programs

A dedicated AIFS Resident Director will be on-site throughout your program providing guidance, support and information on all aspects of the program. Details coming soon.

Download PDF with full program details on all AIFS Spain programs! Offerings!

Download PDF with full program details on all AIFS Spain programs!

Download PDF with full program details on all AIFS Spain, Valencia programs!