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Study Abroad

UD's Spanish Program offers several attractive study abroad options in Spain and Costa Rica with a range of courses in language, literature, history, and art history. Each program features intensive classroom instruction and the incomparable experience of "real-life" language practice and cultural immersion. Students may take courses in language skills or pursue advanced coursework toward a Concentration or Major in Spanish. For more information on Costa Rica program contact Dr. Amy Borja and on Spain program Dr. Jose Espericueta. See below to explore our Spanish study abroad options.  

Information Sheet
Application for Study Abroad 
Letter of Recommendation 
 
Cártago, Costa Rica  Cartago
-- Date: May 18th– June 16th, 2014
-- Price: $1,900. Airfare not included. Price includes the following:
            Tuition for 6 credits.
            Room and board
            Excursions to Heredia, Alajuela, and San José.
            Activities in the afternoon.
-- Type of Accommodations: Housing with local families
-- Classes offered: Intermediate I, Intermediate II, Advanced Communication, Business Spanish, Introduction to Latin American Literature.
 
 Payment and paper work:
Contact Dr. Borja
 
 Due Dates:
Due February 3 rd :
Application form
Health form
Due February:
$250 non-refundable fee made to the University of Dallas
 
Zip Lining      Walking in the trees Manuel Antonio
 
 
Avila, Spainavila
-- Date: June 30th - July 25th, 2014
-- Price (estimated): from €1,860 to €2,160 (euro). $2,500 to $2,900.     (Airfare not included)
             Classes €1000
             Excursions €350
             Housing €580-880
             Deposit €100
-- Type of Accommodations: Dorms or Housing with local families 
-- Classes offered: Elementary I, Elementary II, Intermediate I, Intermediate II, Mysticism: St. Teresa and St. John of the Cross, Survey of Spanish Literature.
 
Dorm Rules:
Smoking and alcohol are not permitted inside student residences.
Students are expected to arrive at time for meals at the residence.
You need to inform the administration if you intend to skip a meal.
Decorum in dress is expected.
There are curfews. They vary slightly from one residence to the next.
 
Payment and paper work:
Contact Dr. Espericueta 
 
Due Dates:
Due February 3 rd :
Application form
Health form
Due February:
$250 non-refundable fee made to the University of Dallas
100 € cashier check made to Universidad Católica de Ávila.

 

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