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Seville, Spain

Location: Seville, Spain

Semester: Summer 2024

Course Information: SPA 399 (3credits). With the option for three credits of a course substitution for IS 399(3 credits) OR CON 399(3 credits). Students must enroll in at least 6 credits for this program.

Lead Faculty: Dr. Krissie Butler, Chair of Foreign Languages and Professor of Spanish, College of Arts and Science

Travel Assistant: Dr. Arlette de Jesús, Professor of Spanish, College of Arts and Science

Course Title: SPA 399 – Spanish Language (With optional course of three credits for either IS 399 Spanish Culture/CON 399 Spanish Culture. Students may choose one from IS 399 and CON 399. Students cannot register for both.

Course Description: This course will be hybrid. Students will be exploring the Spain historical context and cultural sights: art, literature, architecture, museums, every-day life, and popular customs. They will explore the city of Madrid and Seville, its surrounding areas and sights of interest that they visit during the program. The experience will enrich, enhance students intercultural development as well as an academic commitment. It will also open perspectives for their major fields and their lives.

Tentative Travel Dates: May 13 to July 1(Actual dates TBA)

Housing: Local Homestays

Board: Homestays will provide some meals. Students should be prepared to bring additional funds for meals.

Course Fee/Estimated Price: TBD

Payment Schedule: Deposit and payment schedule is TBA.

Financial Aid: Students should speak with financial aid about the possibility of using their federal aid for the summer. Financial aid counselors will help you determine any loan eligibility. Please contact the Financial Aid Office and then see a study abroad advisor in Center for Global Engagement after you meet with financial aid to review the total cost estimate for the program.
Students who are eligible for a Pell grant for the summer can apply for a Gilman Scholarship: Please note the deadline to apply for Gilman is in early March. (Please note that students cannot use institutional aid or the AU Abroad scholarship for this program.)

Registration: Students should be registered for SPA 399 for the summer 2024 as well as register for an additional culture course: either IS 399 or CON 399. Students will each need to complete a transient course work form in order to find out what the SPA 399 foreign language course at Anderson University it will be on your transcript. Please see your academic advisor and then the Foreign Language Department for assistance. Students need academic approval for the IS and CON course. The Center for Global Engagement will assist you with any questions you have about registration, payment, funding and payment.

For additional information, please contact Dr. Krissie Butler, Chair of the Foreign Language Department at or the Center for Global Engagement at